from Bradford, England
January 29, 1862 - June 10, 1934 (age 72)
A British composer of opera, vocal, choral, orchestral, and chamber music. The ear of the young Delius was engaged, one summer night in Florida, by the sound of close-harmony Afro-American singing gently wafting over the St. John River (he had been sent to manage an orange plantation). Delius suddenly realized that his vocation was to be a musician. A romantic with the musical vocabulary of the impressionists, he wrote often-imitated but never-matched tone poems of great subtlety and beauty in a very personal style that is not reducible to a formula. ~ Blue Gene Tyranny, Rovi
Delius - Orchestral works (FULL ALBUM)
Frederick Delius, Walk to the Paradise Garden, Atkinson Grimshaw
Frederick Delius - On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring
Delius: North Country Sketches.
Frederick Delius: Florida Suite (1888, Reedited by Beecham, 1963)
Portrait of Frederick Delius: Life and work of the English Romantic composer
Frederick Delius - Appalachia (1903)
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