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Wilfred Josephs and his Symphonies


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« on: October 15, 2015, 07:19:12 am »

I was rather angry with an article in the newspaper earlier this year about the BBC TV series "The Great War" (1964) and how it was memorably enhanced by the theme music played by the BBC Northern Orchestra conducted by George Hurst - as if they could have played anything, and the composer made no difference. No mention of Josephs. It is this absurd modern habit of arranging everything by "artist" that does the damage.
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