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Antheil also composed settings for several of WBY’s poems. In 1933, he moved to Hollywood, where he wrote film scores and worked on two major works, Symphony No. 3 and Symphony No. 4. Among his other compositions are Sonata Sauvage (1922), Jazz Symphonietta (1926), and a trio of operas: Transatlantic, which premiered at the Frankfurt Opera House, May 1930; Helen Retires, which was performed in New York, 1934; and Volpone, first performed in New York in 1953. He composed the incidental music for Sophocles’s Oedipus Rex at the Berlin State Theater in 1929.
Doubleday, 1945; Gilder, Eric. The Dictionary of Composers and Their Music. New York: Wings Books, 1985; Rossi, Nick, and Choate, Robert A. Music of Our Time: An Anthology of Works of Selected Contemporary Composers of the 20th Century. Boston: Crescendo, 1969. ANTIENT CONCERT ROOMS, Brunswick Street (now Pearse Street), Dublin. This large hall, which seated about 800 people, had a fairly large stage, suitable for play production. Under a new Irish Local Government Act permitting the Municipality of Dublin to license public halls for theatrical performances, the first production of WBY’s play The Countess Cathleen was given in the Antient Concert Rooms by the Irish Literary Theatre, May 1899.
Ailill is also the name of the brother of Eochaid, the High King of Ireland, who falls in love with E´ tain, his brother’s wife. The story is told in ‘‘The Two Kings’’ (CP. 503), although WBY changes the name Ailill to Ardan. REFERENCES: Ellis, Peter Berresford. Dictionary of Celtic Mythology. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992; Green, Miranda J. Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend. London: Thames & Hudson, 1992; Mac Cana, Proinsias. Celtic Mythology. Feltham, Middlesex: Newnes, 1983. AILLINN, daughter of Lugaidh, King of Munster.
A William Butler Yeats encyclopedia by Yeats, William Butler; Yeats, William Butler; McCready, Sam