The Anthony Powell Society is a charitable, literary society devoted to the author Anthony Powell, 1905-2000. It was founded in June 2000 and awarded charitable status in April 2003. The Society is governed by its Constitution which states the formal aim as: To advance for the public benefit, education and interest in the life and works of the English author Anthony Dymoke Powell. It’s a group of generously spirited individuals who tirelessly promote the great mans' work, a wonderful organisation to design for, including this their new imprimatur.
'I get a warm feeling among my books.’ AP
Clear pedagogy from a series of lectures Leonard Bernstein gave entitled 'The Unanswered Question'.
Part of Bernstein's duties after being made a visiting professor at Harvard in 1973, included delivering a series of lectures based on music and the external influences which progress music composition. Bernstein wanted to make difficult concepts more accessible whilst still retaining an intelligent level of discourse.
Lecture 5 'The Twentieth Century Crisis' deals with the atonal composition movement, this lecture provides a beginning platform to comprehend complex compositions of composers such as Stravinsky and Schoenberg, engaging us in the more intricate and demanding scores of the 20th Century.
Interesting evolving timeline. Percy Grainger's innovative and turbulent life:
Courtesy of the Percy Grainger Museum:
Before the more famous and controversial composer documentaries that Russell made for Huw Wheldon's Monitor and Omnibus arts program (1962-1970) came this study of a Bayswater house's occupants. A gem of observational documentary filmmaking. Lilting period pronunciation of the narration fused with the black and white film shows London emerging from the post-war period.
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