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David Vickerman Bedford has created a perfect crossover world between mid to late -twentieth century avant-garde and the prevailing rock ..read more
The proceedings commence with one of my favourite pieces of ‘light’ music: Anthony Hedges Overture: Heigham Sound. It was originally ..read more
The Severn Suite was written towards the end of Sir Edward Elgar’s life in 1930. Other works from this period include the Nursery Suite ..read more
Although I have searched the Internet, I have not come up with a definitive opinion as to whether this CD presents five previously ..read more
Amongst the high-octane progressive rock music and challenging avant-garde scores for which David Bedford (1937-2011) is highly regarded ..read more
I decided to review this exciting new album of music by Peter Dickinson chronologically. I am beholden to the liner notes, as I have ..read more
It is difficult to imagine that a major organ work by one of Wales’s most significant composers has disappeared from the repertoire. ..read more
Sadly, British Methodism has been in decline for many years. The figures tell the story.  In 1906 there were around 800,000 chapel ..read more
Who was Ronald Center? A few biographical notes may be of interest to the reader. He was born in Aberdeen on 2 April 1913. Center studied ..read more
Britten’s Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridgewas the composer’s first work to Benjamin become truly popular. He had written much ..read more

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