2 edition of Malcolm Sargent found in the catalog.
1968 by Hamilton .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||491|
Fair use does not allow book covers to be used as portraits. But, since you have established the A-class review project, your view will prevail. He has an incredible speed of mind, and it has always been a great joy, as well as a rare professional experience, to work with him. At 18 he got a job as organist at Melton Mowbray church. Value judgments, especially about artistic matters, are inevitably subjective. Julian Huxley-"
Is there an image that is tagged? An info box that contained more biographical data: spouse, children, parents, etc. I really do think it is unclear to people who are trying to do article assessment. So late compared to what? To say that it is a "spiteful lie" would imply that Lebrecht didn't really believe that Sargent lowered the quality of the orchestra, but just said it anyway to hurt Sargent or his admirers.
Papered boards a little rubbed and marked; bottom corners bumped, impacting a little on the book block; neat ownership details on the front flyleaf; a very good copy with the lightly used dustwrapper. I have no longing to meet a ghost. I added an exemption rationale for the book cover of Reid's biography, stating that it is used to identify the main source of information for this article. Would you kindly add a page number s from Reid?
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I've also been looking for a public domain image, and I couldn't find any, except a very unattractive picture at the BBC website which might qualify under fair use. As the contributor of the "wrecking" comment, I hope you'll forgive me for getting a little annoyed by its persistent removal.
He made the Last Night the last concert of each season into an exciting celebration in which the audience waved flags and joined together to sing, hum and clap. If this qualifier has to be retained, I recommend "The most popular ensembles They were to the effect that: Lebrecht is not universally regarded as a serious or credible opinion: c.
First of all, the statement should be made in the A-Class instructions, not the GA instructions. The choirs and the Proms are.
Can you find a newspaper review that we can cite? In fact there is no citation in the article that says that Sargent did a good job maintaining the quality of the BBC Symphony Orchestra -- could that possibly be because it is widely agreed that he didn't maintain its quality?
Tim, can you answer the question?
I really do think it is unclear to people who are trying to do article assessment. For the trifle, 1 pint of custard, made with 8 eggs to a pint of milk; 6 small sponge-cakes, or 6 slices of sponge-cake; 12 macaroons, 2 dozen ratafias, 2 oz.
Every major historical person had enemies, but we should discuss serious criticism. Track Listing - Disc 1. I see very little if any praise specifically for Sargent's orchestral conducting skills in this article.
I would be delighted to guide you round our school and to help you with any questions you may have. An info box that contained more biographical data: spouse, children, parents, etc. If so, where from? It appears, from all the other references, that Lebrecht's opinion is dubious - rumour at best and possibly a spiteful lie.
I added an exemption rationale for the LP cover of Sargent at the Proms, stating it is used as an illustration to the fact he had directed many Proms, which is discussed in the article. The Evening Standard noted that this was "probably the largest audience that has ever heard anything at one time in the history of the world.
Perhaps a section of its own could be created for it and take it outside of his career? He conducted the Montevideo Philarmonic Orchestra and wore a white carnation at the time.
I don't think that there is any reason to believe that this is the case -- I've heard many people comment negatively on Sargent's skills as an orchestral builder. Sargent was a very popular person at the Proms.
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The point is that there is a mocking tone to its rendition — especially these days — and is, at best, patriotic and not jingoistic. They even happened to share the same birthday. Lebrecht is a well-known published author and his opinions, though controversial, have just as much right to be in this article as all the positive comments about Sargent, which are equally subjective and ultimately based on their respective authors' gut reaction to Sargent.
A welcoming speech was given by Edward, the Prince of Wales; Queen Victoria was too overcome to speak. Most feature conductors other than Sargentand the performances range from fine to decidedly mediocre.
Best regards, -- Ssilvers3 May UTC Pre A-class review[ edit ] I'd be willing to submit this article for an A-class review, but I'm afraid there are still some textual points that need to be handled first: In his early career, it is said that "As Sargent completed the piece so late", but this lacks context.
The Recording section needs also to be enhanced. I combined a couple.It was a huge success; Wood recognised not only the worth of the piece but also Sargent's talent as a conductor and gave him the chance to repeat the exercise, this time at London's Queen's Hall on 11 October the same year.
Sargent never forgot the debt of gratitude he owed to Wood. Malcolm Sargent; A Biography book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
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