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The Lark Ascending - Various - Classical Zoo - An Illustrative Collection (CD)

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  1. Tracklist: 1. "Repentence" from Four Prayers in Tone 2. The Lark Ascending - Romance for Violin and Orchestra , revised 3. "Tu Es Petrus" from Esquisses Byzantines 4. Prelude and Fugue in G Minor, Op. 7 5. Chorale in E Major () Topics: Classical, Romantic Source: Vinyl LP.
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  3. Small fields, hedgerows, an early summer's morning. And the display flight of a lark - Alauda arvensis. [Music] Vaughan Williams wrote The Lark Ascending in , but only orchestrated it in after returning from World War I. Its lush orchestration is heavy with nostalgia for a time gone by and a landscape that was disappearing, even then.
  4. The Lark Ascending is a relatively simple piece -- its musical discourse is plainly and easily perceived; yet at its heart is an emotional profundity that links it with other works by Vaughan Williams from the same period, in which a calm, almost detached pastoral approach is used to convey great feeling. Vaughan Williams completed The Lark Ascending in for violinist Marie Hall, with whom.
  5. Much like The Lark Ascending and Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis, the Five Variants of Dives and Lazarus contains superbly sumptuous string writing, with sweeping melodies stretching across the orchestra, underpinned by deep and resonant harmonies.
  6. Vaughan Williams composed The lark ascending soon after his London Symphony, and just before the outbreak of World War I. Therefore the premiere was delayed until , by which time the composer had revised the work. It was the first of his several compositions for solo instrument and orchestra, a motley collection including concertos for piano, violin, oboe and tuba, and other works.
  7. Whatever his actual intention, the piece has a pastoral, and even spiritual transcendence about it that interprets beautifully Meredith's original objective. Here is my favorite version of Vaughan Williams’ “The Lark Ascending,” with Barry Wordsworth conducting the New Queens Hall Orchestra. The violinist Hagai Shaham is the “lark.”.
  8. The Lark Ascending has had an epic journey from the top spot of the Hall of Fame, down and back again, so we've come up with an ingenious way to show it - our gorgeous new infographic. Discover The Lark's progress throughout the years - we've put together a Flappy Bird-inspired infographic to show exactly which positions the Vaughan Williams.

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