Job : A Masque for Dancing, Sheet music Book


The one-act ballet Job has been described as one of Vaughan Williams's mightiest achievements.

It is a work which, in a full production, combines painting, literature, music, and dance.

The work was inspired by William Blake's Illustrations of the Book of Job, and includes quotations from the King James Bible.

The result is a musical masterpiece, combining the ancient and the modern: Vaughan Williams's earlier style is in evidence, includingtranquil pastoral melodies, but the work also anticipates the composer's later style.

This new, scholarly edition, edited by Julian Rushton, will replace the existing OUP edition from 1934, and will include detailed preliminary matter, comprising a preface, sources and editorial method, and detailed textualnotes.



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