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The Pilgrim's Progress

Artist: Black Dyke Band

SKU: 100530-group

Catalogue Number: DOY CD392

Quick Overview

This most recent album of music by Philip Wilby is being issued in a year of celebrations; the composer’s 70th birthday falls within it, and it also marks Nicholas Childs’ impressive 100th recording with Black Dyke Band. In addition, there are broader musical preoccupations, whose subject matter may be summarised as comprising ‘English Music with American Connections’


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  Five Rivers   Philip Wilby
1 Part One    
2 Part Two    
  The Pilgrim's Progress Narrator Matthew Routley Philip Wilby
3 i. Bunyan's Hymn Vocal soloist Marcus Groundwater  
4 ii. The Journey    
5 iii. Meditation    
6 iv. Vanity Fair    
7 v. The Celestial City    
8 Beyond Far Horizons: Sailing West    
  One Star: Sailing West Flugel soloist Zoe Lovatt-Cooper Philip Wilby
9 i. Andante Lirico    
10 ii. Andante Tranquillo    
  Cinema Organ soloist Darius Battiwalla Philip Wilby
11 i. Precipitato    
12 ii. Serene    
  The True and Tender North   Philip Wilby
13 Part One    
14 Part Two    

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  1. Brass Band World CD of the Month issue. 284 review by Christopher Thomas on 20/05/2019

    Any new recording of music by Philip Wilby is a major occasion, but this intriguing new CD by Black Dyke, dedicated to Wilby's music, is unquestionably more than that. The result is perhaps the most significant CD release of 2019 so far and a recording not to be missed by anyone that values Philip Wilby's immensely important contribution to brass band repertoire.

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