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There Are Many Voices

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There Are Many Voices
A Gallery One
Lost Empires: the music halls
Ralph Vaughan Williams 1872-1958
In the Fen Country and Norfolk Rhapsodies
A Song Of The High Hills
Frederick Delius 1862-1934
Along The Downs: The Countryside Collection
Ashley Hutchings 1945-
The English Music Festival
The Proms
By Footpath and Stile
Gerald Finzi 1901 - 1956
English Light Music
Peter Warlock 1894-1930
The Spirit Of England
Sir Edward Elgar 1857-1934
The Spirit Of England. (Opus 80)
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor 1875-1912
The Romantic Violin Concerto - 5
Sir Arthur Somervell 1863-1937
A Treasury of English Song
Sir Charles Villiers Stanford 1852-1924
The English Anthem - 8
Percy Whitlock 1903-1946
The Salley Gardens
On Wenlock Edge
Bredon Hill
Roger Quilter 1877 - 1953
Ivor Gurney 1890 - 1937
Songs by Roger Quilter
Severn Meadows
Sir Arthur Bliss 1891-1978
A Knot Of Riddles
Sir Granville Bantock 1868 - 1946
Sappho and Sapphic Poem
Sir Arnold Bax 1883 - 1953
Symphony No. 5 and The Tale the Pine-Trees Knew
Herbert Howells 1892 - 1983
The St. Paul's Service
Coope Boyes and Simpson
Triple Echo
Old Swan Band
Swan-Upmanship
Edgar Bainton 1880 - 1956
Orchestral Works Vol 2
Tiger Moth
Show Of Hands
The Path
More English Folk
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Folk Rock For Good

"England is fortunate in having a great legacy of characterful and brilliant composers whose inspiration and craftsmanship never fail to surprise and delight."
- Em Marshall, Managing and Artistic Director,
The English Music Festival
 

An Overture Of Sorts

Ralph Vaughan Williams 1872-1958

This is a coming together of several types of music with one thing in common. Folk, Classical, Music Hall, the popular songs of the day (we don't mean today, by the way) and the one thing in common, is, that they are all English. That's Ralph Vaughan Williams on your left, and the gentleman on the right hand side of the picture to your right should, by now, be very, very familiar, he's part of the picture too, the picture of English music, it's what Vaughan Williams did all his working life, and it's what Ashley Hutchings has been doing all his working life, showing us that there is indeed this thing, this sound, if you will, called English Music.

Gustav Holst 1874-1934

There is, besides Vaughan Williams, the other great names in English Music, Holst, Delius, Gibbs, Warlock, Finzi, Gurney, the list is great, and sadly, many of these names are now forgotten. It is our intention, with this website, to bring to your attention, the works and lives of some of these composers. As well we're going to promote, heavily, a wonderful up coming event, in England, The English Music Festival, bringing to you, in their words, ' the unjustly neglected music of both well-known and lesser-known British composers. The Festival intends to bring to live audiences pieces that deserve to be in the repertoire but that are never, or rarely, played or recorded.' Visit their website, and visit it often, to keep up to date on their doings.
Right! Let's get on with it then, and let the words and music speak for themselves!

The Etchingham Steam Band

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