Pomp & Circumstance Marches, O. 6: No. 1 in D Major. 2. Pomp & Circumstance Marches, O. 2 in a Minor. 3. 3 in C Minor. 4. 4 in G Major. 5. 5 in C Major. 6. Suite "Thing to Come": Suite. 7. Welcome the Queen. blue highlight denotes track pick.
BBC Proms 99. Лицензиар. The Godfather – Orchestral Suite.
The Pomp and Circumstance marches have frequently been flattered by imitation, but they remain unique examples of a form which only their originator could handle with complete mas¬ tery. Arthur Bliss was one of the first established composers to write music especially for the cinema, in company with such outstanding musicians as Honegger, Prokofiev and Walton. Wells film Things to Come proved to be the most important film music produced up to that time. Things to Come was produced in 1935 and Bliss virtually became a member of the production unit, working in close collabora¬ tion with the late Sir Alexander Korda and Muir Mathieson, the musical director. Wells was also deeply interested in the role this original film score was to play, although later he declared himself to be only partly satisfied with the results.
A huge fan of chivalry in all its forms, the ‘pomp and circumstance’ of his marches’ titles comes from Shakespeare’s Othello (the ‘pride, pomp and circumstance of glorious war’ from Act III, Scene 3). In his lifetime, there were five marches, with the first four, including the most famous first – the ‘Land of Hope and Glory’ march – coming between 1901 and 1907, long before the harsh realities of the First World War changed many British people’s attitudes to the pomp of war. Nevertheless, a late straggler, the fifth, followed in 1930, and the composer Anthony Payne completed a sixth from Elgar’s notes in 2006. Recommended Recording. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Yehudi Menuhin (conductor).
Album · 2007 · 19 Songs. Pomp and Circumstance Marches, Op. 39: March No. 1. New Zealand Symphony Orchestra & James Judd. 16. 17. 18. 19.
The Pomp and Circumstance Marches are played with more excitement than the Enigma Variations, but less than Bliss on the album with Mehta. Previn possesses too much refined reserve for my tastes. So between the two, who do you chose, Previn or Mehta/Bliss for these two works. It depends upon how you want your Elgar served, neat and refined or more gutsy. Previn has the superior forces.
Enigma Variations, Pomp & Circumstance Marches in Full Score (p. 29-227) Mineola: Dover Publications, 1992. March N. in C major (EU) - . 1MB, 36 pp. - . /10 2 4 6 8 10 (-) - V/26/V - 12855 ⇩ - Daphnis. PDF scanned by Unknown Daphnis (2010/2/25). Sketches for a March N. in G minor were completed by the English composer Anthony Payne in 2006. php?title Pomp and Circumstance Marches, Op. 39 (Elgar, Edward)&oldid 2757026. Категории: Recordings. Scores published by Boosey & Hawkes.
|A1||No. 1 In D Major|
|A2||No. 2 In A Minor|
|A3||No. 3 In C Minor|
|A4||No. 4 In G Major|
|A5||No. 5 In C Major|
|B2||Welcome The Queen|
|STS-15112||Elgar* / Bliss*||Elgar* / Bliss* - Pomp And Circumstance Marches / Things To Come-Suite/Welcome The Queen (LP, Album)||London Records||STS-15112||Canada||1967|
|STS-15112||Elgar* / Bliss*||Elgar* / Bliss* - Pomp And Circumstance Marches / Things To Come (LP, RM)||London Records||STS-15112||UK||Unknown|
|SDD 255||Elgar*, Bliss*, London Symphony Orchestra*, Sir Arthur Bliss*||Elgar*, Bliss*, London Symphony Orchestra*, Sir Arthur Bliss* - Pomp And Circumstance Marches; Things To Come; Welcome The Queen (LP)||Ace Of Diamonds||SDD 255||UK||1975|
|STS5-15112||Elgar* / Bliss*||Elgar* / Bliss* - Pomp And Circumstance Marches / Things To Come (Cass, Comp)||London Records||STS5-15112||US||Unknown|
|LM-2257||Elgar*, Bliss*, Sir Arthur Bliss*, London Symphony Orchestra*||Elgar*, Bliss*, Sir Arthur Bliss*, London Symphony Orchestra* - Pomp And Circumstance (Marches Nos. 1 To 5) / Things To Come - Welcome To The Queen (LP, Mono)||RCA Victor Red Seal||LM-2257||US||1958|