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Symphony No. 5 in D Major: Full Score

R. Vaughan Williams

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ISBN 10: 0193694158 / ISBN 13: 9780193694156
Editorial: Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1969
Condición: Very Good Encuadernación de tapa blanda
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Reprint. Small quarto in stiff paper wraps. Condition: spine slightly sun-faded; else very good+. 118 pages. N° de ref. de la librería 300608

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Título: Symphony No. 5 in D Major: Full Score

Editorial: Oxford: Oxford University Press

Año de publicación: 1969

Encuadernación: Soft cover

Condición del libro:Very Good

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The Symphony in D major was written between 1938 and 1943. In style it represents a shift away from the violent dissonance of the Fourth Symphony and a return to the more romantic style of the earlier Pastoral Symphony. It is also noteworthy as perhaps the quietest symphony Vaughan Williams ever wrote, with only a very few passages rising even to a forte. The texture throughout the work is strongly dominated by the strings. Many of the musical themes in the Fifth Symphony stem from Vaughan Williams's then-unfinished opera, The Pilgrim's Progress. This opera, or "morality" as the composer preferred to call it, had been in gestation for decades, and the composer had temporarily abandoned it at the time the symphony was conceived. Despite its origins, the symphony is without programmatic context, and is in the form of an extended development of musical themes taken from the morality rather than an attempt to cast it directly into symphonic form. When Vaughan Williams started writing the symphony in 1938, he had been working on The Pilgrim's Progress for thirty years. By the 1940s he had appeared to have abandoned the work, and decided to incorporate some of its ideas and themes into other works, most notably the Fifth Symphony. In January 1943, Vaughan Williams arranged for two of his friends to play through the newly completed piano duet score of the symphony. In later years his widow, Ursula, recalled that he was not impressed after hearing it, causing him to doubt his new work. After hearing the first orchestral rehearsal by the London Philharmonic he changed his mind. The Fifth Symphony was premiered on 24 June 1943 at a Proms Concert in the Royal Albert Hall in London by the London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by the composer. The American première was given in Carnegie Hall on 30 November 1944 by the Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York led by Music Director Artur Rodziński.

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