Nocturnal after John Dowland, Op. 70 by Benjamin Britten. Nocturnal was composed in by English composer Benjamin Britten and was. Benjamin Britten. Nocturnal after John Dowland. In Britten received a $3, Aspen (Colorado) award given by the Institute of Humanistic Studies to . Benjamin Britten. Nocturnal after John Dowland, for guitar, Op. Composition Information ↓; Description ↓; Parts/Movements ↓; Appears On ↓. Share on.
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Genre Chamber Music Classical. One of my favourite pieces of music by any composer at any period in any style. It is also, not surprisingly, the most multifaceted, but again the sense of restiveness dominates. English Music for Solo Guitar.
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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Here’s the exact answer to your question. Email required Address britfen made public. Thoughts Given its history, it will come as no surprise to learn that the Nocturnal is best experienced last thing at night, when all is quiet.
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Nocturnal after John Dowland, for guitar, Op. 70
The Lion And The Lute: Stephen Marchionda is good, too, part of an interesting disc that includes Songs from the Chinese with Philip Langridge. There brltten very little bluster here, more music of compressed thought, with not a note wasted.
As with LachrymaeBritten structured nlcturnal work so that the variations came first, with the theme itself arriving right at the end as sleep falls. That said Craig Ogden is extremely good, and the disc of Dowland songs that this account bisects is a really good idea.
Here the writing is exotic, the unison slides of the Dreaming variation in particular looking forward to later interpretations of Bali, but elsewhere the thoughts are intensely personal, vocal in all but name. I think Bream’s second EMI recording sustains a remarkable sense of anticipation and purpose during the passacaglia, moreso than most interpretations I’ve heard.
Benjamin Britten’s " -Nocturnal" – – Classical Guitar
The theme, John Dowland’s Come, heavy sleep, emerges in complete form only at the close of the eight variations, with each variation having some distorted feature of the theme or its accompaniment.
Sexy Trippy All Moods. Tonights practice of the pizzicato part in the passacaglia left me with a funny thumb. Julian Bream Edition, Volume 1: It’s difficult to put these feelings in directions.
Reflections on Come, heavy sleep for guitar, op.
Quasi una marcia https: Here the spirit of Dowland is most evident in the simpler writing and songful character of the music. Julian Bream is the obvious choice here, either on Sony or EMI, for he has all the tools at his disposal for a strongly coloured account of the Nocturnalas well as having the advantage of knowing what Britten wanted to hear, and having it written for bditten.
I think I’ll have a look for it.