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6 Dr Bruce Wood of the Department of Music, University College of North Wales, Bangor, is currently preparing editions of John Blow's Cecilian Odes for 1695 (see below) and 1700, the former for a planned performance by the choir of Westminster Abbey.
Died on this day 1708: John Blow, British composer.
Robert Klakowich's edition of John Blow's harpsichord music completes the publication of this composer's keyboard works in Musica Britannica (the complete organ music edited by Barry Cooper is published as vol.
Christopher Morley Bliss: Music for Strings Meditations on a Theme of John Blow
John Blow, 55, was in Tennessee for the 25th anniver-sary of the singer's death last month when he happened to flick through a book in a Memphis record store.
Barry Cooper's edition of John Blow's organ music fills a void greatly felt by scholars and performers interested in Restoration music, and this publication by Stainer and Bell gives both the music and the edition a well-deserved stamp of approval.
His career intersected with the history of the CBSO at several points, and he wrote two pieces, Meditations on a Theme of John Blow and Mary of Magdela, for the orchestra.
John Blow, 55, was in Tennessee for the 25th anniversary of the singer's death this summer when he happened to flick through a book in a Memphis record store.
From the general editions came Henry Purcell's first set of trio sonatas and two suites from John Blow's Venus and Adonis.
The orchestral commissions began in 1955 with the Meditations on a Theme of John Blow by the then Master of the Queen's Musick, Sir Arthur Bliss.
Edward Elgar, Thomas Beecham, and Edward Dent, among others, took a personal interest in the Festival, where early English operas by Henry Purcell and John Blow were produced alongside those of contemporary English composers like Edgar Bainton, Clarence Raybould, and, of course, Boughton himself.
1966: Hugo Rignold and the CBSO make first long-playing disc, for the Lyrita label: Bliss's Music for Strings and Meditations on a Theme by John Blow.