A Song of the High Hills

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4 thoughts on “ A Song of the High Hills ”

  1. Aralrajas says:
    Jul 21,  · Delius: A Song of the High Hills, RT II/6: In Tempo -, a song by Frederick Delius, Miriam Bowen/Peter Bingham/Liverpool Philharmonic Choir/Edmund Walters/Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Charles Groves, Sir Charles Groves, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra on SpotifyMusic Duration: 2 min.
  2. Mezikora says:
    Songs Of The High Hills MP3 Song by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra from the album The Music Of Delius, The Post War Years - , Volume 2. Download Songs Of The High Hills song on scumselcentsoundhugtent.congwebwirewidersreannilalolegen.co and listen The Music Of Delius, The Post War Years - , Volume 2 Songs Of The High Hills song offline.
  3. Moogular says:
    Frederick Delius, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Ambrosian Singers, Eric Parkin - The Delius Collection, Vol.1 - A Dance Rhapsody, for orchestra No. 1 & No. 2; A Song of the High Hills, for wordless chorus and orchestra; 3 Preludes for piano - scumselcentsoundhugtent.congwebwirewidersreannilalolegen.co Music.
  4. Kazimuro says:
    That said, in The Song of the High Hills, the tone poem composed by Delius in and his own "Alpensymphony" so to speak (as the composer himself explained, it sought "to express the joy and exhilaration one feels in the mountains, and also the loneliness and melancholy of the higher solitudes, and the grandeur of the wide, far distances"), and one of those rare works to include a wordless /5(2).

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