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Before Late Romantic orchestral trends of length

and scope separated the trajectory of lighter orchestral

 works from the Western Classical canon, classical

composers such as Mozart and Haydn won as much

 fame for writing lighter pieces such as Eine Kleine

 Nachtmusik as for their symphonies and operas.

 Later examples of early European light music include

 the operettas of composers such as Franz

von Suppé or Sir Arthur Sullivan; the Continental

salon and parlour music genres; and the waltzes and

 marches of Johann Strauss II and his family.[4]

The Straussian waltz became a common light music

 composition (note for example Charles Ancliffe’s “

Nights of Gladness” or Felix Godin’s “Valse Septembre”).

 These influenced the foundation of a “lighter” tradition

 of classical music in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Barcelona | PLease Don’t Go

In the UK, the light-music genre has its origin in the

 seaside and theatrical orchestras that flourished in

 Britain during the 19th and early 20th century.

[5][6] These played a wide repertoire of music

, from classical music to arrangements of popular

 songs and ballads of the time. From this tradition

came many specially written shorter orchestral

pieces designed to appeal to a wider audience.

Barcelona | PLease Don’t Go

Composers such as Sir Edward Elgar wrote a number

of popular works in this medium, such as the

“Salut d’Amour”, the Nursery Suite, and Chanson

 de Matin.[5] The conductor Sir Thomas Beecham

 became famous for concluding his otherwise serious

 orchestral concerts with what he termed “lollipops”,

 meaning less serious, short or amusing works chosen

as a crowd-pleasing encore.[7] Influenced by the earlier

“promenade concerts” held in London pleasure gardens,

 a similar spirit embued many of Henry Wood’s

 early Queen’s Hall Proms concerts, especially the “Last Night”.[8]

With the introduction of radio broadcasting by the BBC

in the 1920s the style found an ideal outlet.

This increased after the launch of the BBC Light

 Programme in 1945, featuring programmes such as Friday

 Night is Music Night and Music While You Work.[9]


Barcelona | PLease Don’t Go
16 ژوئن 22
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All those arrows you threw, you threw them away
You kept falling in love, then one day
When you fell, you fell towards me
When you crashed in the clouds, you found me
Oh, please don't go
I want you so
I can't let go
For I lose control
Get these left handed lovers out of your way
They look hopeful but you, you should not stay
If you want me to break down and give you the keys
I can do that but I can't let you leave
Oh, please don't go
I want you so
I can't let go
For I lose control

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