David Fanshawe - Flambards - Theme And Incidental Music From The Yorkshire Television Series download mp3 album
Music tracks include: Flambard's Theme, The Flambards Whistle, Song of Christina, Aunt Grace's two step, Childhood memories, Cameos, Rags & Rides, Rhapsody - Looping the Loop, Lady Bountiful, Urchins and Whistle: Dorothy's Theme, Proposal & Wedding, Danger flight, Elm Park Cafe, Sandy's Death, Widowed ladies, Echoes of Lost Love, Tizzy's Themes, Elegy, The Last Waltz. David Fanshawe has written the witty, perceptive and versatile score to match, reflecting an age when tunes were the fashion". East Africa - Ceremonial and Folk Music Nonesuch Explorer Series: 7559-79707-2 (CD) East from the Congo across Uganda and Karamoja into northern Kenya, through Turkana country to Lake Rudolf, into the Rift Valley past Lake Baringo, up over the green Highlands and down into the hot, dusty lowlands of the Masai and on, to the heart of Wagogo land in central Tanzania
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Album's name: Flambards - Theme And Incidental Music From The Yorkshire Television Series. David Fanshawe - Flambards - Theme And Incidental Music From The Yorkshire Television Series.
British composer David Fanshawe is best known for African Sanctus, his combination of the Latin Mass with African music he taped during field trips. But this album, which he describes as 36 years in the making, demonstrates that his work has ranged far beyond that.
Flambards (TV series). Flambards the complete collection DVD cover. Flambards was a television series of 13 episodes which was broadcast in the United Kingdom in 1979 and in the United States in 1980. The series was based on the three Flambards novels of English author K. M. Peyton . Keith Morgan, then Head of Music at Yorkshire Television, got the message and even whistled it back. So, that was how I came to compose five hours of music based on a 3½ bar whistle!".
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Charismatic composer best known for his groundbreaking choral work African Sanctus. With his visionary African Sanctus, David Fanshawe, who has died aged 68 after a stroke, brought a new dimension to British choral music. Though it was premiered in London in 1972, the work really took off only after a television documentary three years later, when the LP version became a bestseller. For the second recording, in 1994, David added a Dona Nobis Pacem. The popularity and ubiquity of African Sanctus – with more than 1,000 performances round the world – mask how far ahead of its time it was.
On British television, David Fanshawe incorporated the ondes into his main theme and score for the Yorkshire Television series Flambards (1979). The musical instrument is the subject of a 2013 Quebec documentary Wavemakers. It was popularised as the theme tune to the 1970s BBC drama serial When The Boat Comes In in an arrangement by the composer David Fanshawe. The song was also used in the TV advertisement for Young's fish, Sea to Plate campaign
Is Flambards on Netflix? Find out here! In the early 1900s in England, young Christina is orphaned and goes to live with her Uncle Russell, who owns the country estate of Flambards, and has two sons. Production Company: Yorkshire Television. Networks: BBC One. Director: Peter Duffell. In the early 1900s in England, young Christina is orphaned and goes to live with her Uncle Russell, who owns the country estate of Flambards, and has two sons. Mark, the elder, is a wastrel, a roue and, like his father, loves to hunt. The younger son, William, lives to fly aeroplanes. Christina finds herself struggling with the ideas of classism as she falls in love with country life, the hunt, and one of her cousins
|A2||Aunt Grace's Two Step|
|A4a||Mr. Johnson's Rag|
|A4b||Mark Russell's Pomp|
|A4c||Dick Teaches Christina To Ride|
|A4d||Uncle Russell's Wrath|
|A5||Rhapsody - Looping The Loop|
|A7a||A Misty Ride|
|B2||Song Of Christina|
|B3a||Will Proposes To Christina|
|B4a||Danger In Flight|
|B4b||Mr. Dermot's Funeral|
|B5||Elm Park Cafe|
|B7a||Young Widowed Ladies|
|B7b||Echoes Of Lost Love|
|B10||The Last Waltz / End Titles From Flambards|
- Composed By, Arranged By, Producer – David Fanshawe
- Conductor – Owain Arwel Hughes
- Engineer – Peter Oliff*
- Vocals – Nick Curtis
NotesOn the inlay:
(P) 1979 Tritel Music Ltd.
Marketed by phonogram
Phonogram Limited · 129 Park Street · London W1Y 3FA
All titles published by Tritel Music Ltd.
Also available on album No 9109 226
On the cassette:
Flambards (Variations on a 3½ Bar Whistle)
℗ 1979 Tritel Music Ltd.
Made in England
|9109 226||David Fanshawe||Flambards (LP)||Philips||9109 226||UK||1979|
|none||David Fanshawe||David Fanshawe's Music For Flambards (CDr, Album)||Not On Label||none||UK||2001|