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The orchestral interlude between Scenes 5 and 6, "The Walk to the Paradise Garden", is often performed and recorded separately. Frankfurt am Main , October Darmstadt , 1 June Full version first performed in London, 30 September A Song of the High Hills.
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Most of the Concerto is written for the higher positions on the cello, creating a distinctively treble partner for the violin instead of utilizing the elements that make the two instruments distinct from each other. Vancouver : University of British Columbia Library. While the keys are not clearly defined, the development section is not as harmonically unstable as the first movement development. This experience proved both difficult and triumphant for May. While it is easy to dismiss the single-movement interpretation as less relevant, the Concerto is more easily heard as a single-movement work rather than three connected movements.
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Born in the north of England to a prosperous mercantile family of German extraction, he resisted attempts to recruit him to commerce. He was sent to Florida in the United States in to manage an orange plantation, where he neglected his managerial duties; influenced by African-American music, he began composing.
After a brief period of formal musical study in Germany beginning in , he embarked on a full-time career as a composer in Paris and then in nearby Grez-sur-Loing, where he and his wif e Jelka lived except during the First World War for the rest of their lives. Delius's first successes came in Germany, where Hans Haym and other conductors promoted his music from the late s. In Delius's native Britain, it was before his music made regular appearances in concert programmes, after Thomas Beecham took it up.
Beecham conducted the full premiere of A Mass of Life in London in he had premiered Part II in Germany in ; he staged the opera A Village Romeo and Juliet at Covent Garden in ; and he mounted a six-day Delius festival in London in , as well as making gramophone recordings of many of Delius's works. After Delius began to suffer the effects of syphilis, contracted during his earlier years in Paris. He became paralysed and blind, but completed some late compositions between and with the aid of an amanuensis, Eric Fenby.
The lyricism in Delius's early compositions reflected both the music he had heard in America and the influences of European composers such as Edvard Grieg and Richard Wagner.