HB: Aspects of Havergal Brian

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Jürgen Schaarwächter
Ashgate, Jan 1, 1997 - Music - 424 pages
This is a collection of essays on the life and work of Havergal Brian by the people who knew him and his work. The text also contains a catalogue of Brian's work.

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Contents

A voice from the past
33
Friendship with Havergal Brian
55
Aspects of Brian With an excursus by Godfrey Berry
61
Havergal Brians productive discontinuity With a com
93
Havergal Brian talking to Robert Simpson and Jeffrey Anderson
105
Havergal Brians letter to Herbert Thompson
127
The Gothic revisited
151
Beethovens Ninth Symphony in relation to Brians
162
Some thoughts on the 30th
248
Havergal Brian and the singlemovement symphony
255
Havergal Brians largescale choral works before 1914
267
Cleopatras librettist
311
Havergal Brian and The Tigers
318
Let the Roar of the Tigers be Heard in
333
Brians impatient Tigers
339
Havergal Brian and the bare 5th With
349

Havergal Brians Second Symphony
171
Brians Third Symphony
197
Thoughts on Havergal Brians Seventh Symphony
219
Brian and Mahler four symphonies in comparison
225
Havergal Brians Fourteenth Symphony
233
Preparing Brians scores for per
242
Havergal Brians solo piano music
357
Havergal Brian and the percussion section
381
Brian Mahler Shostakovitch and Schoenberg
390
The Brian revival
401
Index
413
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