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by Jerrold Northrop Moore

eBook Elgar: Child of Dreams download ISBN: 0571223370
Author: Jerrold Northrop Moore
Publisher: Faber & Faber (September 16, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 224
ePub: 1745 kb
Fb2: 1805 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Biography

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Exactly 20 years ago, Jerrold Northrop Moore produced (at 800-plus pages) the most meaty of all Elgar biographies. Edward Elgar: a Creative Life was Moore's sixth book on the composer; this is his 10th, while his Edward Elgar: Letters of a Lifetime remains definitive

Exactly 20 years ago, Jerrold Northrop Moore produced (at 800-plus pages) the most meaty of all Elgar biographies. Edward Elgar: a Creative Life was Moore's sixth book on the composer; this is his 10th, while his Edward Elgar: Letters of a Lifetime remains definitive. Exactly 20 years ago, Jerrold Northrop Moore produced (at 800-plus pages) the most meaty of all Elgar biographies. Edward Elgar: a Creative Life was Moore's sixth book on the composer; this is his 10th, while his Edward Elgar: Letters of a Lifetime remains definitive

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Jerrold Northrop Moore. Jerrold Northrop Moore pursues his quest for the essential Elgar and sets out the story of an extraordinarily creative life. It shows themes of childhood, fantasy and vision fusing into a mature style of nobility and nostalgia. This powerful short book is the outcome of half a century's thought and reflection by a leading Elgar biographer.

Jerrold Northrop Moore (born 1934) is an American-born British musicologist, best known for a biography and other writings on the life and music of Sir Edward Elgar. He is also an authority on the history of the gramophone. Moore was born in Paterson, New Jersey and was brought up in the United States. He studied at Yale University, taught at the University of Rochester from 1958 to 1961, and was Curator of Historical Sound Recordings at Yale from 1961 to 1970. He has lived in England since 1970. greatest book yet published on the subject' Music and Musicians. a monumental achievement. Michael Kennedy, Daily Telegraph. With the recent publication and performances of Elgar's Third Symphony there is currently a great deal of interest in the composer. Jerrold Northrop Moore.

Jerrold Northrop Moore is the respected author of probably the finest biography of Elgar, Edward Elgar, A Creative Life (Oxford University Press . Northrop Moore’s new book, represents a half century of thought and study.

Jerrold Northrop Moore is the respected author of probably the finest biography of Elgar, Edward Elgar, A Creative Life (Oxford University Press – first published in 1984).

Автор: Northrop Moore Jerrold Название: Elgar: Child of Dreams .

Jerrold Northrop Moore pursues his quest for the essential Elgar and sets out the story of an extraordinarily creative life

Green, Andrew (2005) Books: "Elgar: Child of Dreams," Jerrold Northrop Moore. In: Classical Music, pp. 32.

Green, Andrew (2005) Books: "Elgar: Child of Dreams," Jerrold Northrop Moore.

Native & colonial Elgar: child of dreams Jerrold Northrop Moore Faber & Faber (London, 2004); viii, 212pp; £1. 9. THE ATTRACTIVE English Heritage style jacket and sentimental title of Jerrold Northrop Moore's latest monograph, Elgar: child of dreams, may seem to be aimed at a rather different market than the one for his magisterial biography Edward Elgar: a creative life (1984). But don't be put off by its rather old-world charm - there's a core of steel here, a powerful distillation of ideas which dispels any superficial feelings of cosiness and complacency.

'When Elgar's Cello Concerto reached my young ears fifty years ago across the seas in the United States, it transfixed me with its power to project a landscape I did not know. When knowledge came of Worcestershire, Elgar's projection proved strangely accurate. How could music do that?' Jerrold Northrop Moore pursues his quest for the essential Elgar and sets out the story of an extraordinarily creative life. It shows themes of childhood, fantasy and vision fusing into a mature style of nobility and nostalgia. Above all it links the composer to the English landscape that formed the backdrop to all of his work, from his earliest years. This powerful short book is the outcome of half a century's thought and reflection by a leading Elgar biographer.