How long have you lived here? cheap roxithromycin As for Bantock’s music, it captures the spirit of its era exactly, in the way it combines picturesque orientalism and a go-ahead belief in progress, with a fundamentally old-fashioned musical language. Bantock admired Wagner and Strauss, and supported them as a conductor and educator, but wouldn’t have dreamed of emulating their radical harmonic innovations. His old professor at the Royal Academy of Music wrote admiringly, “His music may be externally influenced by his Eastern tastes and proclivities, but it owes all its essentials to his tireless British pluck and determination. It fulfils my idea of what British music ought to be.” The idea that music should encourage the same virtues as the playing fields of Eton strikes us as odd, to say the least, and it helps to explain why Bantock’s music vanished so completely, and had no discernible influence.
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