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The Hiawatha man : the life and work of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

Auteur : Geoffrey Self
Éditeur : Aldershot, Hants, England : Scolar Press ; Brookfield, VT, U.S.A : Ashgate Pub. Co., ©1995.
Édition/format :   Livre : Biographie : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
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Born in 1875 the son of an English woman and a coloured African doctor, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor was in the first decade of the twentieth century a figure of considerable influence in British music. He was regarded by Elgar, Vaughan Williams and many others as by far the most able young musician of his generation, yet within a few years of his early death in 1912 he passed into obscurity. For a while he had been
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Genre/forme : Biography
Format – détails additionnels : Online version:
Self, Geoffrey.
Hiawatha man.
Aldershot, Hants, England : Scolar Press ; Brookfield, VT, U.S.A : Ashgate Pub. Co., c1995
(OCoLC)644065636
Personne nommée : Samuel Coleridge-Taylor; Samuel Coleridge-Taylor; Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Type d’ouvrage : Biographie
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Geoffrey Self
ISBN : 0859679837 9780859679831
Numéro OCLC : 31607619
Description : x, 326 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contenu : 1. Parentage --
2. Childhood in Croydon --
3. At the Royal College of Music --
4. Stanford's Teaching --
5. Elgar, Gloucester and the Ballade --
6. Hiawatha's Wedding Feast --
7. The Death of Minnehaha --
8. Hiawatha's Departure --
9. Orchestral Music: a first faltering? --
10. Toiling for the Festivals --
11. A low ebb: the reception of The Atonement --
12. An awareness of colour --
13. First visit to the U.S.A. --
14. Kubla Khan and the Symphonic Variations --
15. Second visit to the U.S.A. --
16. Opera and drama: Thelma and Faust --
17. Recovery: 'Bon-Bon' Suite and Bamboula --
18. Carl Stoeckel and the third visit to the U.S.A. --
19. The Violin Concerto --
20. Overwork and death --
21. Aftermath: The Hiawatha Man? --
App. A: List of Works --
App. B: Bibliography --
App. C: Recordings --
Index of works.
Responsabilité : Geoffrey Self.

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Born in 1875 the son of an English woman and a coloured African doctor, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor was in the first decade of the twentieth century a figure of considerable influence in British music. He was regarded by Elgar, Vaughan Williams and many others as by far the most able young musician of his generation, yet within a few years of his early death in 1912 he passed into obscurity. For a while he had been perhaps the most popular composer in the country.

performances of his Hiawatha far exceeded in number those of any other work of the time. This new biography surveys critically the music and considers the reasons for its neglect today. It examines the influences on the man and composer, and in turn his impact above all on negro communities, especially in the USA, which he visited on several occasions with triumphal success. The book includes a number of photographs and over 100 music illustrations, previously.

unpublished material and correspondences and a complete list of works.

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