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Type of Document Dissertation
Author Jupin, Richard Michael
Author's Email Address rjup@hotmail.com
URN etd-11052005-195648
Title Gerald Finzi and John Ireland: A Stylistic Comparison of Compositional Approaches in the Context of Ten Selected Poems by Thomas Hardy
Degree Doctor of Musical Arts (D.M.A.)
Department Music
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Loriane Sims Committee Chair
Lori Bade Committee Member
Patricia O'Neill Committee Member
R. Prakash Dixit Committee Member
Claudia Eppert Dean's Representative
Keywords
  • atheist composers
  • english art song
  • fatalism
Date of Defense 2005-10-27
Availability unrestricted
Abstract
The purpose of this paper is to provide a stylistic analysis that contrasts five Thomas Hardy settings by Gerald Finzi with five settings by John Ireland. In order to investigate the apparent intuitiveness with which both Ireland and Finzi approached Thomas Hardy’s poetry, biographical information is provided to reveal similarities in the backgrounds of each composer. Highlighted are the compositional techniques and text setting ideologies each composer utilized when facing the challenges and eccentricities of Hardy’s poetry. A brief discussion on the philosophical foundations of Thomas Hardy’s poetry is also included. The repertoire discussed within are the settings Summer Schemes, The Phantom, Rollicum-Rorum, The Clock of the Years, and Channel Firing by Gerald Finzi as well as Summer Schemes, The tragedy of that moment, Beckon to me to come, Dear, think not that they will forget you and Weathers by John Ireland.
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