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|Named Person:||Edward Elgar; Ralph Vaughan Williams; Richard Hickox|
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Music|
|Document Type:||Book, Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Julian Rushton; Ralph Vaughan Williams Society.; Elgar Society.
|Notes:||"Based on the proceeedings of an International Symposium jointly organised by the Elgar and RVW Societies held at the British Library, London, 22 and 23 November 2008."
Title on CD: Richard Hickox, interviewed by Stephen Connock. c2009.
|Description:||ix, 149 p. ; ill., music ; 22 cm. + 1 sound disc (4 3/4 in.)|
|Contents:||Part 1: Vaughan Williams and others. Parry, Elgar, and Vaughan Williams: influences and aspirations / Michael Pope ; Elgar's literary choice / Stephen Johnson ; There is music in the midst of desolation / Andrew Neill ; Character as form: Elgar's Falstaff / David Owen Norris --
Part 2: Vaughan Williams and the poets. Vaughan Williams and literature: an overview / Roger Savage ; 'The full juiced apple': literary furniture in Vaughan William's letters / Hugh Cobbe ; 'O farther sail': Vaughan Williams and Whiman / Alain Frogley ; 'Music in the air': Vaughan Williams, Shakespeare, and the construction of an Elizabethan tradition / Byron Adams ; 'They tolled the one bell only': the remarkable influence of A.E. Housman / Philip Lancaster ; 'Triadic magic': the numinous in early works of Vaughan Williams / Julian Rushton ; Epilogue: 'The light we sought is shining still' / Michael Kennedy.
|Responsibility:||[edited by Julian Rushton].|