Following recent disruption, Royal Mail are now restoring some international services. While we still cannot despatch orders immediately via “Standard Delivery” services, we now expect full international capacity to be restored shortly. Until then, for any urgent orders of ‘In Stock’ items we would still recommend customers select Courier Delivery within the checkout and your order will be sent out by an alternative carrier. All UK deliveries are shipped as normal.
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Encouraged by Arthur Bliss, Finzi retained this final part of a projected chamber symphony, giving it a title borrowed from a dance in the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book. The music remained the subject of continued scrutiny by the composer until a two-piano version was completed in the 1940s. Even then, the orchestration was left for completion by Howard Ferguson after Finzi’s death. Unashamedly elegiac in character, the piece is vivid in its contrasts, being majestic and particularly impressive at the summits of its musical contours.