Author: Williams, Ralph Vaughan

7. Symphony no 7 “Sinfonia antartica” by Ralph Vaughan Williams
Conductor: Sir Adrian Boult
Orchestra/Ensemble: London Philharmonic Orchestra
Written: 1949-1952; England

Vaughan Williams, Ralph. Oxford University Press London 1934

Vaughan Williams, Ralph. 1934,  Oxford University Press London

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9. Symphony no 9 in E minor by Ralph Vaughan Williams
Conductor: Sir Adrian Boult
Orchestra/Ensemble: London Philharmonic Orchestra
Written: 1956-1957; England

Vaughan Williams, Ralph, 1872-1958.

10. Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis by Ralph Vaughan Williams
Conductor: Sir Adrian Boult
Orchestra/Ensemble: London Philharmonic Orchestra
Written: 1910/1919; England

Composer: Ralph Vaughan Williams

Ralph Vaughan Williams held strong views on many musical subjects

English composer Ralph Vaughan Williams was born in Down Ampney, Gloucestershire. An early aptitude for music was encouraged by his parents, and he studied at the Royal College of Music in London as well as in Paris and Berlin. Vaughan William's music is essentially English in character, making him the first truly national composer since the sixteenth century. He is especially in touch with the English choral tradition. His first major success was Sea Symphony (1910), a choral piece set to words by Walt Whitman. His interest in choral music contributed to his becoming a leader in the English folk-song movement, and he was an enthusiastic collector of traditional folk songs. In his own work, Vaughan Williams often combined folk melodies with modern harmonies, creating a very distinctive style. Among his orchestral music, the most notable are the beautiful Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis (1909), London Symphony (1914), Pastoral Symphony (1922), and Sinfonia Antarctica (1952), a tribute to the explorer Robert Falcon Scott. Other well-known works include the ballad opera Hugh the Drover (1911--14) and the opera The Pilgrim's Progress (1948--49). He has also composed works for the ballet, for the stage, and for films.

Book, Illustrated edition: National music and other essays / Ralph Vaughan Williams

Description :This revised edition of the standard catalogue of the music and writings of Ralph Vaughan Williams includes all known published and unpublished works, with full details of instrumentation, revisions, ...
2. Hymn-tune Preludes (2) for Chamber Orchestra by Ralph Vaughan Williams

6. Sea Songs by Ralph Vaughan Williams

17. Job by Ralph Vaughan Williams
Conductor: Sir Adrian Boult
Orchestra/Ensemble: London Symphony Orchestra
Written: 1927-1930; England

8. Studies (6) in English Folksong by Ralph Vaughan Williams

9. Linden Lea by Ralph Vaughan Williams

'Ursula Vaughan Williams; Joan Ursula Penton Lock, dau. of Major-General Sir Robert Lock; b. Mar. 15, 1911, Valletta, Malta; m. May 1933 to Michael Forrester Wood (d. 1942); m. Feb. 1953 to Ralph Vaughan Williams; d. Oct. 23, 2007; aide of Vaughan Williams who wrote for and championed many other composers'.

11. Serenade to music by Ralph Vaughan Williams

12. House of life: no 1, Love-sight by Ralph Vaughan Williams

Description :The book comprises a selection of some 750 letters of the composer, Ralph Vaughan Williams, selected from an extant corpus of about 3,300. The letters are arranged chronologically and have been chosen...