The Ringing Isle For Symphonic Wind Band
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Handel called Britain the ringing isle because when he went to live there, he heard bells ringing everywhere: great bells in church towers, and handbells 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 seemed a good starting point for a piece celebrating British musical life. Dove has incorporated from traditional change-ringing patterns, from Grandsire Doubles, Oxford Treble Bob Minor and a bit of Plain Bob Major. (6:00)
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