Wed 26 Nov 2014 @ 17:09
RT @HodderFaithHear @timkellernyc speak about his new book PRAYER: https://t.co/oFpxtPE57U
Author(s): Lewis Foreman
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(T)his Companion (and a forthcoming collection of letters) will have to stand as the nearest thing to a true portrait of the man. FINZI JOURNAL Comprehensive and magisterial. CHURCH TIMESBR> Any reader interested in the music of John Ireland will find this book a marvellous source of information (...) handsomely illustrated and beautifully produced. RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS SOCIETY JOURNAL In this substantial hardback, Ireland himself is brought to life through sympathetic explanations and pertinent recollections as well as exhaustive listings of repertoire and recordings (...) Much is revealed - a timely opportunity to stimulate or re-excite interest in a considerable composer. GRAMOPHONE (T)he latest monument to Lewis Foreman's heroic toil for British music. (...) A very impressive achievement. BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE (5 stars, Callum MacDonald) Lewis Foreman deserves a medal for his Stakhanovite endeavours. A bouquet is in order, too, for the superb standards of production and proof-reading. ... (A) mighty achievement. John Ireland has come home. INTERNATIONAL RECORD REVIEW The present volume takes a vitally important place in the relatively sparse bibliographical catalogue of John Ireland's life and music. Its main value is the sheer diversity of important, learned and often unknown or forgotten writings. The content ranges from newly written chapters by 'various writers of today' alongside reprints of material that has already been published but may be hard to locate - even in the digital age. (...) This book is essential reading for all enthusiasts of John Ireland's music in particular and British music in general. MUSIC WEB INTERNATIONAL (John France)