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Крылова Дарья Петровна
студентка 1 –го курса ГБПОУ ВО «Владимирский
педагогический колледж»
Руководитель
проекта: Сергеева
Анна Евгеньевна
ENGLISH MUSICAL RENAISSANCE OF THE
EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY
Plan
1.Great Britain is a country without music during two centuries
2. Styles of music at the end of XIX – XX centuries
3.Romanticism in classical music of England
4.Impressionism in music
5.New national style
6. New England composing schools - Edward Elgar (1857–1934)
7. Gustav Holst ( 1872–1958)
8. Ralph Vaughan Williams
9. Benjamin Britten
10. Musical life in England in XIX-XX
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The history of English music was not so
rich. England was famous for its poets,
playwrights.
After the death Henry Purcell at the end
of the seventeenth century, this country
for almost two centuries brought no
major composer. This situation changed
only in the late nineteenth century.
STYLES OF MUSIC AT THE END OF XIX – XX
CENTURIES
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There were folklore and old masters, the
establishment of links with contemporary
European musical culture
ROMANTICISM IN CLASSICAL MUSIC OF
ENGLAND
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ROMANTICISM WAS FORMED IN 1820
Composers tried to express the depth and richness of the
inner world of man with the help of musical instruments.
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Impressionism is a new direction in art
that formed in France in the 19th century.
Composers - Impressionists tried to
express their fleeting moods and feelings
from the contemplation of nature
NEW NATIONAL STYLE IN BRITISH MUSIC
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The XX century witnessed the revival of British
music that emerged in the formation of a new
national style. This time also gave the world four
great British composers.
NEW ENGLAND COMPOSING SCHOOLS - EDWARD
ELGAR (1857–1934)
He was the founder of new English music
school. He performed as a pianist and organist.
The distinctive features were nobility of the
musical style, subtle psychology, the mastery
of a musical portrait. His best work is called
the oratorio ‘’The Dream of Gerontius’’, 1900,
his works delighted the listeners.
GUSTAV HOLST ( 1872–1958)
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He was an extraordinary composer. He
relied on such different traditions as
English folk songs and madrigals,
Hindu mysticism and the avant-garde
of Stravinsky and Schoenberg. He was
also fascinated by astrology, and the
study inspired Holst to create his most
famous (though not best) work - The
Planets, (1914-1916).
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RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS
Ralph Vaughan Williams is considered the
most English of the British composers. He
imbued his music with national folklore.
He is famous for “A Sea Symphony”,
(1910), “A London Symphony”,”The
Lark Ascending”, 1914.
THE COMPOSER – BENJAMIN BRITTEN 1913-1976
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Britten was and remains the last great
British composer. His skill and
ingenuity brought him international
recognition. His best works are Peter
Grimes, 1945, The Young Person's
Guide to the Orchestra, 1946,War
Requiem.
THE MUSICAL LIFE OF ENGLAND OF THE XIX-XX
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Musical life in England was developing intensively, including provincial
towns, where there were the music schools, orchestras, choral
society; there were festivals in Cardiff (1892-1910), Sheffield(18961911), Bach festivals in London (1895-1926), festivals were devoted to
Elgar (1904). In 1905 the Association of competition festivals was
founded
ИСПОЛЬЗУЕМАЯ ЛИТЕРАТУРА:
1.Ковнацкая Л. « Английская музыка ХХ века.
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Истоки и этапы развития» М.1986 г.
 2. Зарубежная музыка ХХ века УП Витебск
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Изд. УО « ВГУ им. П.М. Машерова» 2004 г.
 3. Музыкальная энциклопедия – Английская
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музыка http://www.music-dic.ru/index-musicenc/slovar-r.html
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