Frederick Delius (1862-1934)

Frederick Delius with his wife Jelka Rosen in ...

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Written by Nurel Javissyarqi
Translated by Agus B. Harianto

Fritz Theodor Albert Delius was born in Bradford, Yorkshire, England January 29, 1862, and his parents from Bielefeld, Germany. He learnt to play violin and piano until be expert before his teenager. He went to Bradford Grammar School (1874-1878), two years in the International College London, an apprentice in his father’s business. March 1884, he persuaded his father to his cultivation of oranges in Florida, United States. At there, he played the piano and found a local source of theory to learn for, and an organ Jacksonville named Thomas Ward influenced him. He absorbed the song of Negro workers, documented in Florida Suite (1886-1887). Just one and a half years left before he went to Danville, Virginia confidently to teach music. Followed his son to go to music school, and listed his son in the Leipzig Conservatorium, where Delius had ever studied (1886-1888). To Paris almost a decade, moving from small-scale writing of instrumental music, opera, orchestral pieces of Irmelin opera (1890-1892), The Magic Fountain (1894-1895), Koanga (1895-1897). Bigger scale of orchestra with solo voice, Paa Viderne (1888), Sakuntala (1889), Maud (1891), and in 1889 he finished symphonic poem Life’s Dance (first version). The eclecticism of the works is proved by his inspiration from English literature, Norwegian, Danish, German, French, Middle Ages, North American Indians and Negros, Florida landscaping and mountainscape of Scandinavia. With all his incredible work had done, More

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EPILOGUE: Suggestion Had Warhead

 

Nothing Left to Fear

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Written by Nurel Javissyarqi
Translated by Agus B. Harianto

I don’t know definitely about the suggestion or the singing of belief, a hunch or stray from the path. This is empty exposure because of without any presume or unsuspected entered the dance of the pen but did not expect to lick. Anything pulse was accelerated rhythmically constant into the veil that should be traced where it’s run and you disobeyed it.

Who said that? I have a story; there are wells in our self that is not bailed, it seen so real of dancing but the truth was prancing. Is this the hard soul of musician pinned on the sky of paper? Just realized that this purity just grasped every heart, More

REVOLUTION AND TOOTHACHE

Written by Nurel Javissyarqi *
Translated by Agus B. Harianto

I compared reformation with stomach ache, defecation for cleaning, laundering. While the revolution, like a toothache, a process where tensions of brain occurs and constrict circulation of the air of freshness. Till engenders pressures that takes irrepressible pain. It is derived from unbalance material process, dirty in sphere of politics.

As so many repeated mistaken incarnated lumps of explosion, definitely cries came out of pain conditions occurred. Scream yet to be meant, not to be understood before the advent of the freedom of time on nerves slack of momentarily flexibility. It will disturb sense of societal, and someday will meet the rebellion. More

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