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Percy Aldridge Grainger (born George Percy Grainger; 8 July 1882 – 20 February 1961) was an Australian-born composer, arranger and pianist who lived in the United States from 1914 on and became a citizen in 1918. In the course of a long and innovative career, he played a prominent role in the revival of interest in British folk music in the early years of the 20th century.
By Charles Villiers Stanford. 6. British Folk Music Settings, No. 19 "Molly On The Shore". A Steinway Christmas Album. Grainger: Works for Wind Orchestra, Vol. 4. 1997. A Christmas Present from Polyphony. Springtime in the Park.
Listen to music from Percy Grainger like Lincolnshire Posy: II. Horkstow Grange, Irish Tune from County Derry & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Percy Grainger. Percy Aldridge Grainger (8 July 1882 – 20 February 1961) was an Australian-born pianist, composer, and champion of the saxophone and the Concert band. He was born in Brighton, a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. His father was an architect who emigrated from London, England, and his mother, Rose, was the daughter of hoteliers from Adelaide, South Australia, also of English immigrant stock. His father was an alcoholic.
Colonial Song, 03:55. Leprechaun's Dance (feat. Charles Villiers Stanford arr. Grainger), 02:04.
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George Percy Aldridge Grainger, better known to the world as Percy Grainger, was an Australian–born composer, arranger and pianist. His chief fame rests as a composer of unconventional and original music that was characterized by its shift from the standard convention. He employed meters, which were irregular and unusual. An eccentric to the core, Grainger’s private life was as celebrated and scrutinized as his works
|Country Gardens ("British Folk Music Settings") No. 22||1:46|
|Shepherd's Hey ("British Folk Music Settings") No. 4||2:03|
|Reel ("Four Irish Dances") Transcription From Stanford||4:08|
|Leprechaun's Dance ("Four Irish Dances") Transcription From Stanford||2:49|
|Molly On The Shore ("British Folk Music Settings") No. 19 - Irish Reel||3:07|
|"Sussex Mummers" Christmas Carol ("British Folk Music Settings") No. 2||2:32|
|Spoon River ("American Folk Music Settings") No. 1||2:10|
|Irish Tune From County Derry ("Londonderry Air")||3:31|
|X-913||Percy Grainger||Percy Grainger Plays Grainger (LP)||Everest||X-913||US||1966|
|913||Percy Grainger||Percy Grainger plays Grainger (LP, Album, Mono)||Everest||913||US||1966|
|S/ME 2141, SME-2141||Percy Grainger||Percy Grainger Plays Grainger (LP, Album, Club)||World Record Club, World Record Club||S/ME 2141, SME-2141||Australia||1967|