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Frederick Delius (1862 – 1934) was an English composer whose musical style is characterized by chromaticism, although it is still largely tonal with luscious harmonies - mainly slow moving, with the frequent use of leitmotifs and constantly evolving melody. Orchestral excerpts from his operas, for example La Calinda from Koanga — which originated in the 1880's Florida Suite — and The Walk to the Paradise Garden from A Village Romeo and Juliet, are also reasonably often played and recorded, as are orchestral works such… read more

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  • Avatar for Ntagfoo
    I can't express how fast I fell in love with his 3 preludes. Can anyone recommend what next to listen to?
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    where's the fucking beats man?
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    Featured on SaltyKnuckles ~ Classics №XXII -
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    "Irmelin Prelude" Frederick Delius (1862-1934) "Irmelin prelude" (from the Opera "Irmelin" 1890/92) Hallé Orchestra London Symphony Orchestra Conducted by John Barbirolli 1967
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    The Music Hall of Fame are delighted to induct Frederick Delius into the Class of 1952. Congratulations. Please join our group too see the latest inductees into the Music Hall of Fame
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    The fact that he wrote musical odes to Florida is hilarious to me, because the music totally doesn't match that terrible place that is my homestate.
  • Avatar for Yorkshiremike
    He's a good Yorkshire lad !
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    Come to think of it, deleted user, err, whomever you are, he's kind of like a cross between Debussy and Elgar. I was listening to "Over the Hills and Far Away" on the radio (WQXR) about a week or two ago and I noticed that the main melody was pentatonic. And it was kind of atmospheric. But it was orchestrated and harmonized more in the manner of Elgar than Debussy.

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