you arrive and the city is at your feet:
Coates: London Calling
Langford: London Miniatures: No. 1: London Calls
Coates: London Suite, “London Everyday”: III. Knightsbridge: March
Elgar: 5 Military Marches, Op. 39, “Pomp and Circumstance”:
No. 1 in D Major, “Land of Hope and Glory”
Time to slow down?
Britten: Songs and Proverbs of William Blake, Op. 74: I. Proverb I: The Pride of the Peacock… , II. London
Ireland: London Pieces: I. Chelsea Reach
perhaps a concert or a show?
Sondheim: Sweeney Todd: Act I: No Place Like London
Haydn: Symphony No. 104 in D Major, Hob.I:104, “London”: IV. Finale: Spirituoso
Weill: Three-Penny Opera: Act I: Liebeslied (Love Song): Siehst du den Mond uber Soho?
Norman: Dr. No: The James Bond Theme
And to check that you saw everything and did it all….
- Destination Brazil Brazil and its main city, Rio de Janeiro, came to life for many people
- Destination Rome The city of Rome is a city of ancient forums and modern traffic
- Destination Cairo One side of the river are the modern buildings of today
- Destination Dublin We associate Dublin, and, perhaps, all of Ireland with folk music.
- Bohuslav Martinů’s Moon Prosody The Fifth Day of the Fifth Moon inspired by a Chinese poem
- Morton Gould Goes to China Enjoy Gould’s Six Pieces of China
Pietà by Richard Blackford
A Stabat Mater for Our Troubled Times Music for reflection on grief and loss in turbulent times
Revisiting the Past
Benjamin Britten : A Simple Symphony “memorably tuneful, technically polished and superbly conceived for the medium.”