A Thames Journey: (Brass Band Score and Parts)
By: Nigel Hell (author)Paperback
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This is a 10-minute musical journey that follows the Thames from its origins, as a few drops of water in Wiltshire, to the point where it meets the open sea at Greenwich. Along the way, Hess draws upon many musical links along the Thames, such as an old Wiltshire melody, morris dancing in Oxfordshire, boating songs from Berkshire and street songs in London. With such rich and diverse sources of music across several counties and centuries, this has quite understandably become one of Hess' most popular works to date. Originally written for wind band this brass band arrangement, by Phillip Littlemore, has been recorded on the CD "The Alchymist's Journal" by the Leyland Band, conducted by Michael Fowles.
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