and Schumann, the child prodigy and the inflamed Romantic idealist, meet Helmut Krausser, their 21st-century successor whose idiom is dipped into the expressive features of the Romantic ideal," organisers said.
No challengers were forthcoming from the rear but Catholic Boy, fourth behind Mendelssohn
in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf last year, stayed on strongly in the final two furlongs to run out a ready four-length winner for trainer Jonathan Thomas and rider Javier Castellano.
is indeed a very nice horse and Aidan O'Brien is indeed a brilliant horseman.
Taking a look at this weekend's Kentucky, in which Mendelssohn
bids to become the first overseas-trained winner, McCarron has sided with Justify, 9-2.A son of Scat Daddy, he is trained by Bob Baffert - a four-time Derby specialist - and is unbeaten in three, including the Grade 1 Santa Anita Derby on his last appearance.
, trained by Irishman Aidan O'Brien, has won three consecutive races. In March, the son of four-stakes winner Scat Daddy won the UAE Derby by over 18 lengths.
The $2 million UAE Derby Sponsored by Saeed & Mohammed Al Naboodah Group, the fourth race of the Dubai World Cup was quite literally reduced to a one-horse contest, with Mendelssohn
flying to a scintillating victory.
Bach did indeed later use the hymn tune in his cantatas, and to British ears, which rarely hear the original hymn, these may be the immediate connections made, but it was to Luther that Mendelssohn
was making reference in the symphony.
Larry Todd connects Hector Berlioz's criticism of Felix Mendelssohn
, that he was "a little too fond of the dead," to Mendelssohn
's abiding passion for the music and compositional practices of J.
(1809-47) and Smetana (1824-84) are ranked among the 19th century's more significant European composers.
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