In the Praeludium
to Thomas Goffe's The Careless Shepherdess (1618-29; revised c.
for Paul Hindemith uses a canon composed by Hindemith on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday in December 1960.
The Texas company has three other Tetley ballets in their repertory: Praeludium
(1978), Daphnis and Chloe (1975), and Rite of Spring (1974).
Conductor Emeritus Lionel Friend's programme will also include Praeludium
for Brass, Bells and Percussion by Sir Michael Tippett and will end with Delius' Walt Whitman-inspired Sea Drift.
Apart from the choir and four soloists, it is notable for an orchestral praeludium
between the sanctus and the benedictus, with a very beautiful violin solo.
The Buxtehude Praeludium
in F# minor (2) from the Buxtehude collected works falls victim to both of the preceding problems, plus a plain inaccuracy.
The programme includes two of the Three Dances from Henry VII by Edward German, Praeludium
by Finnish composer Armas Jrnefelt and music from Smetana's The Bartered Bride.
to Mr Richard Bromes Playes," in Richard Brome, Five New Plays (1653), A2.
The venue yesterday and today is the Chapel of the Holy Spirit, and the music that could be heard was from the first contestant, Robert Horton, playing the opening of Dietrich Buxtehude's Praeludium
in E minor.
The program includes Praeludium
and Fugue in G Minor by Dietrich Buxtehude; Three Fugues on Russian Themes by Mikhail Glinka and Reinhold Gliere; Toccata and Fuga in D Minor (``Dorienne'') by J.
At the concert in Coventry, the audience will be able to hear Kreisler's Praeludium
and Allegro arrangement further adapted by Evelyn for vibraphone.