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Sheet music for Charles Hubert Parry
Strings, String Orchestra (Score & Parts) - Grade 3-4
Composed by Sir Charles Hubert Parry. Arranged by Paul Lavender. Music for String Orchestra. Softcover. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.4490612).
Organ (Organ) - intermediate
Arranged for the organ on the basis of the original string orchestra version. Composed by Hubert Parry. Arranged by Wolfgang Stockmeier. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Edition Schott. Classical. Softcover. 32 pages. Duration 12'. Schott Music #ED 21094. Published by Schott Music (HL.49018725).
Concert Band/Harmonie - Grade 2
Based on the hymn tune Dear Lord and Father of Mankind. Composed by C. Hubert Parry. Arranged by Philip Sparke. Debut Series (Anglo). Solo & Concerto. Score Only. Composed 2006. 16 pages. Anglo Music Press #AMP 166-140. Published by Anglo Music Press (HL.44003158).
Concert Band - Grade 2.5
Grade 2.5 - Score and Parts. Composed by Sir Charles Hubert Parry. Arranged by Philip Sparke. Anglo Music Concert Band. Solo & Concerto. Full Score and Parts. Anglo Music Press #AMP166. Published by Anglo Music Press (HL.44003157).
Edited by Richard Mailander, Christopher Robinson. Choral collections. English Choral Music.Chorleiterband Mit Cd. Sacred vocal music, Motets. Choir Book. 200 pages. Carus Verlag #CV 02.016/00. Published by Carus Verlag (CA.201600).
C instruments - Beginning-Intermediate
Arranged by Colin Hand. Music Theory. All Styles. Book. Published by Kevin Mayhew Publishers (KV.3611089).
While Sir Charles Hubert Parry, along with his contemporary Stanford, was a dominant figure in late 19th and early 20th century British music, his music was largely ignored after WW I being viewed as old-fashioned and irrelevant. However, both Parry and his music have recently experienced a minor revival with recordings of his symphonic and choral music. At his best, Parry’s music combines Wagnerian orchestral colors and Brahmsian symphonic logic (with a bit of Mendelssohn and a dash of Dvorak!). Parry’s most significant works are probably his symphonies, especially the second ("Cambridge") and the third ("English"). Despite their titles, both symphonies are actually non-programmatic in nature. Elgar, Vaughan Williams, and Holst all acknowledged their debt to Parry’s teaching and musical examples.