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|Scott-Sutherland’s ‘IDEALA’ is illustrated (or, rather, illuminated) by an extensive array of photographic plates, most never published before: rare photos and the whole score of The Princess’s Rose-Garden, in homage to Harriet Cohen’s garden, a sumptuous example of Bax’s piano writing, and most unlike much well-mannered English Music. If Bax’s originality had little feeling for scholarly historic perspective, his brother Clifford Bax (also featured in the new book) was a poet with a keen sense of such perspective. His splendid and extensive English anthology, Vintage Verse, has illuminating introductions to each selection (Hollis & Carter, London, 1945).|
|—Ronald Stevenson, International Piano Quarterly|
|…written by a phenomenally gifted musician … collected and published by loving hands…|
|—International Record Review|
September 2001 saw the publication of the collected poems of Dermot O’Byrne (Sir Arnold Bax’s literary pseudonym) in the form of a substantial volume entitled IDEALA. This fascinating book, containing poems, love letters, music and other writings by those who knew him intimately, is edited and introduced by Bax’s first biographer, Colin Scott-Sutherland (Arnold Bax, Dent, 1973).
This sumptuous book contains 320 pages with nearly 90 illustrations, including an edition of The Princess’s Rose Garden, and is hard-bound and gold-blocked. Reviews have been numerous and very positive; the quotations shown at the head of this page are chosen at random, so click the Reload button to see others.
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Love Letters and Poems of Arnold Bax
Edited by Colin Scott-Sutherland
|3||Poems in Red Notebook|
|4||First (typed) Collection|
|5||Letters to Isobel Hodgson|
|6||‘Seafoam and Firelight’|
|7||Letters to Mary Field|
|8||Second (typed) Collection|
|9||Harriet Cohen and ‘The Princess’s Rose Garden’|
|11||‘Verses’ – Third (typed) Collection|
|12||‘Love Poems of a Musician’|
|13||‘A Dublin Ballad and Other Poems’|
|14||Memoir ‘The Two Brothers’ (Francis Colmer)|
|16||Index of Poems|
Catalogue code: FM091 • Published: September 2001
Entry last updated: 21st July 2010