De (compozitor) David Bednall
en Limba Engleză Sheet music – November 2019
for SATB unaccompaniedIn this bittersweet pastoral setting Bednall's flowing melody lines are paired with the tender words of the contemplative First World War poet, Siegfried Sasson. The 5/4 metre lends a wistful whimsical feel to the music, allowing the piece to flow freely, whilst retaining the playful syncopation so familiar in folk music. The poem itself is a rare step outside Sassoon's typical First World War themes. Rather, Idyll describes a summer garden where he wishes to meet somebody, who, itseems, has passed away. A beautifully creative work offering heartache and warmth in equal measure.
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ISBN-13: 9780193532779
ISBN-10: 0193532778
Pagini: 12
Dimensiuni: 178 x 254 mm
Ediția: Vocal score
Editura: Oxford University Press
Colecția OUP Oxford
Locul publicării: Oxford, United Kingdom

Notă biografică

David Bednall is one of the leading choral composers of his generation. He has an extensive freelance playing and conducting career, and is Organist of The University of Bristol, Sub-organist at Bristol Cathedral, and conducts The University Singers. He won prizes in Improvisation and Performance at the examination for FRCO, and has improvised on live radio, and performed extensively in the UK and abroad. He appeared as stunt-organist on 'Dr Who'. He is mostprominent as a composer, and recordings of his works have been extremely well received. A number of his works have been broadcast on radio, and he has been commissioned by St Paul's Cathedral, and The Queen's College, Oxford. His Stabat Mater was premiered in New York, and has been recorded, and his 40-partmotet Lux orta est iust closed the Bristol Proms 2015.