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The Ringing Isle (Score & Parts), Wind Band (Wind Band), Masterwork, #YL12-0571566103 By Jonathan Dove
The Ringing Isle


 
The Ringing Isle (Score & Parts), Wind Band (Wind Band), Masterwork, #YL12-0571566103 By Jonathan Dove

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The Ringing Isle (Score & Parts), Wind Band (Wind Band), Masterwork, #YL12-0571566103 : By Jonathan Dove : Wind Band : Score & Parts : Masterwork : Faber Edition: Faber Wind Band Series
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Handel called Britain the ringing isle because when he moved to London, he heard bells ringing everywhere: great bells in church towers, and hand bells in some of the first private houses he visited. The sound of people ringing the changes is a peculiarly British sound of celebration, and it seems a good starting point for a piece celebrating British musical life. Within The Ringing Isle, Dove incorporates some traditional change-ringing patterns, from 'Grandsire Doubles', 'Oxford Treble Bob Minor' and his own version of 'Plain Bob Major'. Handel's phrase also conjures up an image of a magical island, and so this is how Dove envisaged how it must have been to approach Britain from an ocean voyage.

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PublisherAlfred Publishing
Format Score & Parts
Instrumentation Wind Band
Instrument Wind Band
Genre Masterwork
Category Wind Band
Shipping Weight1.97   lbs
Alfred Publishing Item 12-0571566103
Product Code YL12-0571566103
UPC Code9780571566105
ISBN 10 0571566103
EAN 9780571566105

Jonathan Dove : Composer

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