Richard King starts The Lark Ascending with a declaration: ‘The landscape is never truly ours.’ He then takes us on a journey through that landscape, using as a guiding light, Ralph Vaughan Williams’ masterpiece. During the interwar period Vaughan Williams set out to develop a national style of music based on folk traditions. Citing Hubert Parry, […]
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