Definition of Frederick delius
1. Noun. English composer of orchestral works (1862-1934).
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1. Bulletin of the New York Public Library by New York public library (1921)
"Musik von frederick delius. Fur Sopran, Alt, Tenor, Bariton, gemischten Chor und grosses Orchester. (Berlin: Verlag Harmonic, cop. 1907.J 2 v. in 1. f°. ..."
2. Great Pianists on Piano Playing: Study Talks with Foremost Virtuosos by James Francis Cooke (1917)
"To many keen observers of modern compositional developments, the great Frederick Delius seems to tower above most or all of his contemporaries because of ..."
3. The American Year Book: A Record of Events and Progress by Francis Graham Wickware, (, Albert Bushnell Hart, (, Simon Newton Dexter North (1914)
"frederick delius' “Life's Dance” was brought out by the Chicago Orchestra on Nov. 7, and evoked Lbs critical story, so familiar nowadays, of inconsequential ..."
4. Musical England by William Johnson Galloway (1910)
"B. McEwen's Grey Galloway, Joseph Holbrooke's Ulalume, and two choral works— Sea Drift and A Mass of Life—by Mr. frederick delius, in which he was assisted ..."
5. Orchestral Music (Class M1000-1268) Catalogue: Scores by Library of Congress Music Division, Oscar George Theodore Sonneck (1912)
"Musik von frederick delius . . . Berlin. Harmonie, C1906. Publ. no. 170. 100 p. fol. ... At head of title: "frederick delius. Orchester werke. ..."
6. Richard Strauss, the Man and His Works by Henry Theophilus Finck (1917)
"... within the narrow bonds of exquisite choice) exist no more for Strauss than for frederick delius. Uncritical and un- selfconscious in the extreme, ..."