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Egdon Heath, Op. 47 (Homage to Hardy)

8 thoughts on “ Egdon Heath, Op. 47 (Homage to Hardy)

  • Shazuru
    02.01.2020 at 15:37
    Egdon Heathis a fictitious area of Thomas Hardy's Wessexinhabited sparsely by the people who cut the furze(gorse) that grows there. The entire action of Hardy's novel The Return of the Nativetakes place on Egdon Heath, and it also features in The Mayor of Casterbridgeand the short story The Withered Arm(). Reply
  • Fauran
    25.12.2019 at 10:04
    Egdon Heath. (Homage to Thomas Hardy). For orchestra. op. URL to cite perfectly accordant with man's nature - neither ghastly, hateful, nor ugly ' From 'The return of the native.' Thomas Hardy. Contributor(s): Gustav Holst ( - ) - Composer: (Homage to Thomas Hardy). For orchestra. op. 1: Help. Reply
  • Akigal
    29.12.2019 at 12:31
    Inspired by the description given of this place in Thomas Hardy's "Return of the Native" and by a meeting between Holst and Hardy, which included a trip to the Heath, in Retrieved from " reelsrespokkbuttliconsnamucuhyddiavi.coinfo?title=Egdon_Heath,_Op_(Holst,_Gustav)&oldid= "Composer: Holst, Gustav. Reply
  • Arara
    01.01.2020 at 22:55
    Nov 28,  · Britten:Sinfonia da Requiem, Peter Grimes/Holst:The Perfect Fool, Egdon Heath. André Previn & London Symphony Orchestra November 28, Classical ℗ This compilation & digital remastering by EMI Records Ltd. Egdon Heath, Op. 47 "Homage to Thomas Hardy. Reply
  • Takasa
    02.01.2020 at 09:40
    The Lark Ascending: Orchestral Works by Elgar, Vaughan Williams, Holst, etc. (classical music album) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (reelsrespokkbuttliconsnamucuhyddiavi.coinfo), the largest and best organized classical music site on the web. Reply
  • Grozil
    26.12.2019 at 12:59
    Browse: Holst - Egdon Heath, a homage to Thomas Hardy, Op This page lists all recordings of Egdon Heath, a homage to Thomas Hardy, Op by Gustav Theodore Holst (). Showing 1 - . Reply
  • Dokree
    30.12.2019 at 17:12
    Nov 21,  · Gustav Theodore Holst: The Hymn of Jesus, H, Egdon Heath, a homage to Thomas Hardy, Op Συντελεστές: Keith Swallow (Piano).. BBC Northern Singers. Reply
  • Zuzil
    25.12.2019 at 00:30
    Egdon Heath is a fictitious location in Hardy's novels. It is music which depicts a bleak landscape. On a personal note, I used to work in Hammersmith, a London borough, and my daughter was born there. I must admit Holst's composition does not really remind me of /5(32). Reply

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