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Hugh Wood: Symphony Op.21: Orchestre Symphonique

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COMPOSITEUR: Hugh Wood
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Conducteur
ÉDITEUR: Chester Music
Commissioned by the BBC. Premiere: 23 July 1982 Henry Wood Promenade Concert, Royal Albert Hall, London. The work is cast in four distinct movements, though as in Wood's violin concerto there is only one pause in themusic,between the second and third; even here the break is minimised in effect by a
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Compositeur Hugh Wood
Description Instrument Group Orchestre Symphonique
Instrumentation Orchestre Symphonique
Instrumentation Orchestre Symphonique
Type de produit Conducteur
Description Product Type Conducteur de poche
Éditeur Chester Music
Genre Classique
Période Post 1901
Année de publication 2001
ISBN 9780711948730
Edition Number CH60895
MUSCH60895
Description
Commissioned by the BBC. Premiere: 23 July 1982 Henry Wood Promenade Concert, Royal Albert Hall, London.

The work is cast in four distinct movements, though as in Wood's violin concerto there is only one pause in themusic,between the second and third; even here the break is minimised in effect by a resumption of motivic arguments. In terms both of harmonic structure and of expressive development, the four movements seem to have beenconceived as asingle, unified progression. While melodic and harmonic details are both derived from an intensive working of a handful of intervallic figures, in a way that owes much to his earlier serialism, Wood’s handling ishere free enoughto encompass a large-scale sense of tonal structure as well. Ths same tritone that inflicted so much of the melodic writing in Wood's 'cello concerto also affects the symphony. The music struggles to escape froman uncertain E/Eflat area which dominates the first movement, towards an eventual unequivocal A major in the work’s final pages. Emotionally, however, this trajectory more closely resembles that of the Third Quartet - except thatwhere thequartet opens in frozen despair, the symphony begins in tumultuous violence.

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