CodeDS/UK/1716
Dates1868-1946
NameBantock; Granville (1868-1946); composer and conductor
SurnameBantock
ForenamesGranville
Epithetcomposer and conductor
PublishedWorksPublished compositions---Helena Variations, produced Liverpool, 1898; The Witch of Atlas, produced Worcester Festival, 1902; Sappho Songs; Sapphic Poem and Celtic Poem, for 'cello and orchestra; music to Sophocles' Electra; The Time-Spirit, and Sea Wanderers, for choir and orchestra; Omar Khayyam, Part I, produced Birmingham Festival, 1906; Part II, Cardiff Festival, 1907; Part III, Birmingham Festival, 1909; Orchestral Poems, Fifine at the Fair; Dante and Beatrice, produced Queen's Hall, 1911; The Pierrot of the Minute, produced Worcester Festival, 1908; Overture to a Greek Tragedy; Hebridean Symphony, produced Glasgow, 1916; Pan in Arcady, produced Glasgow, 1919; Judith, Orchestral Suite, 1919; Pagan Chants, Orchestra and Tenor, Birmingham, 1926; various songs and part-songs for female, male voice and mixed choir; Atalanta in Calydon, Manchester Hallé Choir, 1912, Cincinnati, USA, 1935; Vanity of Vanities, for unaccompanied choir; Scenes from the Scottish Highlands; Pageant of Human Life, (Thomas More) Choral Symphony, 1914; Violin Sonata; Viola Sonata; Violoncello Sonata; The Seal-Woman (opera); The Song of Songs, produced Manchester, 1927; The Burden of Babylon, Gloucester Festival, 1928; Incidental Music, Macbeth; The Pilgrim's Progress, Queen's Hall, Chorus and Orchestra, 1928; The Bacchae of Euripides, Five Choral Songs and Dances, 1930; Prometheus Unbound, Incidental Music, Shelley's Drama, Symphonic Prelude brass instruments' test-piece, Crystal Palace, 1933; Orchestral Suites; Lalla Rookh, 1917; Arabian Nights, 1920; Comedy Overture, The Frogs, 1935 (Aristophanes); Pagan Symphony BBC 1936; King Solomon. BBC (commemorating coronation of George VI), 1937; music for children's play, Fairy Gold, 1938.

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