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Latest News Discover Ireland's songs John Ireland wrote some 90 songs for solo voice and piano, plus many songs for two voices, unison songs and part songs. The best known by far is his setting of John Masefield's poem 'Sea Fever' which became extremely popular during and after the first world war and remains the most widely performed of his songs.
John Ireland is known for his craftsmanlike marrying of text and music and for his choice of poems. In most of his songs the accompaniment is as finely conceived as the singer's line. He was particularly drawn to poets such as A E Housman - the song cycle 'The Land of Lost Content' is widely regarded as capturing the essence of Housman's unique blend of nostalgia, irony and passion - and Christina Rossetti, whose simplicity and concentrated emotion he captures in the cycle' Mother and Child'.
Ireland also liked to set texts by little known poets, e. Trust announces first Patrons Four leading musicians — all international ambassadors for British music — have been appointed patrons of the John Ireland Charitable Trust with immediate effect.
A thunderstorm struck in the middle of the performance and the music felt visceral, alive. David Wordsworth has worked as a conductor, teacher, pianist, publisher, writer on music and as a promoter of contemporary music. Amongst many other responsibilities, David has been Music Director of the London-based Addison Singers for over twenty years and has in addition conducted choirs of all kinds in many parts of the world.
David Wordsworth writes of his appointment: The combination of that very particular English melancholy, a wonderful gift for melody, impressionistic harmony and a restrained passion, make his voice instantly recognisable and I have come back to the music as a listener and performer many times since.
With all this in mind, it is with a great sense of pride that I take over as Director of the John Ireland Trust and with some trepidation as I succeed Bruce Phillips who has fulfilled the role with such distinction for so many years. Ireland's orchestral music has been taken up by conductors including John Wilson and Martin Yates.
For further information refer to: An expectant music world had heard that the composer, John Ireland, had written a powerful violin sonata which was to be performed by the celebrated English violinist Albert Sammons and the Australian pianist William Murdoch, both on leave from the Grenadier Guards.
Little of my music had been publicly heard, and I felt that my fate as a composer was to be decided at that particular moment in time, as proved to be the case Bruce Phillips, Director of the Trust, explained: That said, he wrote a handful of outstanding works for orchestra including his well-known Piano Concerto and A London Overture.
Any details which are known are listed on the 'Concerts' page. Two press reviews dated 7th March source and authorship unknown: A new sonata by John Ireland was a feature of the violin and piano recital, given by Mr.
Albert Sammons and Mr. William Murdoch, in the Aeolian Hall, yesterday afternoon. It is a work of extreme earnestness, not to say austerity.This applies not just to charitable organisations such as Companies Limited by Guarantee but extends also to Charitable Trusts.
An example of a Company Limited by Guarantee with a charitable objective includes organisations such as Cystic Fibrosis Ireland, Gorta and Concern.
In Ireland and England, in order for a trust to qualify as ‘charitable’, it must not only serve one of the above purposes, but it must also serve the public benefit, and pass the ‘public benefit test’.
Strategic funding initiatives with other trusts and foundations. The Community Foundation for Ireland welcomes the opportunity to work with other trusts and foundations where there is a shared strategic objective and where there is a chance to achieve synergies and to optimise the use of scarce philanthropic funds.
The John Ireland Charitable Trust was formed in to promote awareness of Ireland's works through recordings, performances and publications.
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