Heseltine moves to Eynsford, Kent. M. joins him.
March 20 Promotes second series
of chamber music concerts at the Wigmore Hall. Accompanies John
Goss in the first performance of Ludlow
Town, and Winifred Small in the revised version of the Violin
Sonata at Aeolian Hall.
June 13th First performance of
revised version of Piano
Trio at the Wigmore Hall. M. takes part as pianist.
July 20th Accompanies Heseltine
to Grez to visit Delius.
Composes Bank Holiday
and Summer Valley.
Asked by Harty to compose a symphony;
begins work but soon abandons it. Shows Heseltine first sketches
for Lonely Waters.
Love Song for piano, based on traditional Irish folksong
February Collaborates with
Heseltine on Maltworms.
Joins Shoreham (Kent) Amateur Dramatic Society.
June Writes Miniature Essay
on Warlock (Heseltine). Warlock reciprocates with one on M.
Collects further folk songs at The Pleasure Boat Inn, Hickling.
November 25 Harty conducts
In The Mountain
Country in Manchester.
Heseltine transcribes partsongs by Whythorne. M. makes first
sketches for Whythorne’s
M’s father moves to Laverton, near Bath. More
folk song collecting at Sutton.
Writes The White Mountain
for piano, based on traditional Irish folksong
September 20 The lease on the
Eynsford cottage expires. M. returns to London.
||March Julian Harrison conducts In
The Mountain Country in Leeds.
October Goes to stay with Heseltine at Cefyn Bryntalch in Wales,
then with Bruce Blunt in Hampshire.
Goes with Heseltine to visit Delius in Grez. Gets drunk in Brussels.
(‘Old Raspberry’ episode). Loses score of Whythorne’s
Shadow. Fails to meet Delius.
Composes Seven Poems of
2nd Delius Festival in London, organised by Heseltine, Fenby
September 13 First London performance
of Second Rhapsody
by Henry Wood.
September Motoring accident.
Confined to bed at 11 Constitution Hill in Ipswich. Heseltine
helps to nurse him.
Writes Canticles (Te Deum etc)
May 12 Broadcasts on BBC Children’s
Hour. First performance of specially written song, An
Oct/Nov Works on String
Trio, Sonata for 2 Violins.
Poems of James Joyce published. Party at Augustus John’s
in London - first meets Peers Coetmore.
December 17 Death of Heseltine
Ipswich - writes article
on John Ireland.
Begins to arrange Suffolk folk songs, and collects further at
First sketches for Songs
First performance of re-written score of Whythorne’s
April Visits Lingwood, near Acle,
where father is now vicar.
October 20 First performance
of String Trio.
Suffolk Folk Songs published. Composes Farrago
Suite at Lingwood.
for piano (Published in Two Pieces), and Four
April 21 First performance and
broadcast of Farrago.
Summer In Vienna. Hears Scherchen
conduct the Adagio from Mahler’s unfinished 10th Symphony.
December 1 First broadcast performance
of Songs of Springtime.
Attends Hastings Festival for second performance of Farrago.
March 13 First public performance
of Songs of Springtime
at Aeolian Hall, London.
Spring In Co.Kerry, Eire, collecting
folk songs. First new sketches for Symphony
in G minor.
May Attends the first Irish performance
of Farrago in Cork.
Returns to England. Finishes Four
English Lyrics at Lingwood.
September 6 Prom performance
Commissioned by the Norwich Philharmonic Society to write a
new work. First sketches for Nocturne
made at Robert Nichols’s house in Winchelsea.
October 23 First performances
of Sonata for 2 Violins,
and Four English Lyrics, Westminster,
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Serenade in G
Second Rhapsody (revision)
Third (Piano) Rhapsody
The Mountain Country
Overture to a Masque
Theme and Variations
On a May Morning
Irish Love Song
The White Mountain
Third (Piano) Rhapsody
Sonata for Two Violins
Quartet No 1
String Quartet No 2