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The first composition which Philip actually uploaded to the former SibeliusMusic.com site back in 2001, was his Lone Ar-ranger! which has since proved extremely popular and spawned many different versions!
His version for piano trio recently found its way into the repertoire of Devon-based Divertimento Piano Trio, and formed part of a recital which they gave on the cruise-ship, Saga Sapphire, while on a winter cruise to the Arctic Circle.
Posting a message from Alesund, Norway, cellist, Vicky Evans wrote: ’Thanks to Philip for his great Lone Ar-ranger that we performed for the first time in our concert yesterday. We did it as a quiz and the winner of the bottle of champagne guessed 25 of the 41 tunes. They all really enjoyed it!’
The picture shows Vicky (centre) and the other trio-members out enjoying a recreational expedition to see the Northern Lights, along with the other tour passengers.
However, because Vicky and her trio have more cruises planned, I felt that a version of Can-Can alla Rossini! might form a good sequel to The Lone Ar-ranger!
Hopefully, this one will also soon be delighting Saga audiences too!
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