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In The Fen Country (Symphonic Impression)

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  1. Ralph Vaughan Williams - Sir Adrian Boult Conducting The New Philharmonia Orchestra* - Pastoral Symphony (No. 3) / In The Fen Country (Symphonic Impression) ‎ (LP, RE) Angel Records S/5.
  2. In the Fen Country – Symphonic Impression () Norfolk Rhapsody #1 in E minor () Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis () Fantasia on "Greensleeves" () Five Variants of "Dives and Lazarus" () Concerto Grosso () Partita for Double String Orchestra.
  3. Jan 01,  · In the Fen Country - Symphonic Impression - song by Ralph Vaughan Williams, New Queen's Hall Orchestra, Barry Wordsworth | Spotify Listen to In the Fen Country - Symphonic Impression on Spotify. Ralph Vaughan Williams Music Duration: 13 min.
  4. Definitive seems an apt word for Haitink’s account of In the Fen Country. I’ve not heard it sound more meaningful. This Symphonic Impression might be thought one of VW’s ’lesser’ works, but Haitink searches out all the mystery of it, the shades of grey, the loneliness, threat even.
  5. Feb 10,  · In the Fen Country - Symphonic Impression London Philharmonic Orchestra/Bernard Haitink From the Album Vaughan Williams On Wenlock Edge, Fantasia on a .
  6. In the Fen Country is an orchestral tone poem written by the English composer Ralph Vaughan Williams. Vaughan Williams had completed the first version of the work in April He subsequently revised the work in and It is Vaughan Williams' earliest composition not to be withdrawn.
  7. In the Fen Country, symphonic impression for orchestra; Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis, for 2 string orchestras; Variants (5) of 'Dives and Lazarus' for string orchestra & harp (or harps) Fantasia on Greensleeves, for harp, flute, & strings (arranged by R. Greaves; from the opera Sir John In Love) - arranged by Greaves, RalphPrice: $
  8. Described by Vaughan Williams as a "symphonic impression", it received its premiere under the conductor Thomas Beecham in The piece is meant to evoke feelings of traversing East Anglia's often bleak Fen landscape, illustrated by the solo opening melody, the wide open spaces then portrayed by the sweeping string orchestral textures.
  9. May 31,  · Vaughan Williams called 'In the Fen Country' a 'Symphonic Impression for Orchestra'. The work was completed in April but revised numerous times until 'The music develops from a simple statement of the folk-like melody to a more complex, impressionist idiom/5(5).

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