Fb2 The Concert Tradition ePub
by Percy M. Young
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|Author:||Percy M. Young|
|Publisher:||Dobson Books Ltd (July 30, 1976)|
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|ePub eBook:||1751 kb|
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The Young Tradition were an English folk group of the 1960s, formed by Peter Bellamy, Royston Wood and Heather Wood. They recorded three albums of mainly traditional British folk music, sung in arrangements for their three unaccompanied voices.
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com: THE CONCERT OF TRADITION: FROM THE MIDDLE AGES TO THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. Published by ROUTLEDGE AND KEGAN PAUL, LONDON, 1965. Condition: FAIR PLUS EX-LIBRARY, STAINS Hardcover. From Mikes books (Dallas, TX, . Price: US$ 2. 0 Convert Currency.
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Prolific author whose output reflected his twin passions, music and football. Young was soon well known locally for his choral and orchestral concerts, which often featured the music of Handel. In those early years, he also became popular in schools across the country for his engaging musical talks on BBC radio, and composed a large quantity of music. His books about football, including the lively Football Facts And Fancies (1950) and histories of several league clubs, culminated in the celebratory history of Wolverhampton Wanderers, Centenary Wolves 1877-1977.
Young was born in Northwich, Cheshire. His father was twice mayor of Northwich
Young was born in Northwich, Cheshire. His father was twice mayor of Northwich. Young was educated at the local Sir John Deane's Grammar School, from where he won a scholarship to Christ's Hospital, Horsham, and subsequently, in 1930, an organ scholarship to Selwyn College, Cambridge, where he read English, Music and History (studying composition under Cyril Rootham).
The book Electric Eden: Charting Britain's Visionary Music by Rob Young is a book entirely .
The book Electric Eden: Charting Britain's Visionary Music by Rob Young is a book entirely about the way that 20th century British musicians in quite a wide range of backgrounds and genres have adapted and used folk music traditions from the past within their own musics, from classical composers like Ralph Vaughan Williams in the 1920s, to folk music revivalists