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My first attempt at a larger work (although really it is just three smaller works joined together).
Market Place. This depicts the centre of Durham City, the Council chambers are here within the Town Hall. The movement starts of in a fanfare style to represent the Major and the civic functions, this makes way for a march to represent the many bands that march through the market place, especially on Durham Miners Gala Day, this is a circus type march to also represent the many entertainers the market place attracts. The movement ends with the opening fanfare.
2. Cathedral. This movement starts with the bells of Durham Cathedral chiming, these are the actual notes and rhythm of the bells. Then follows a hymn with a descant and fanfares.
3. The Event. This movemet depicts the many horse type events that goes on in the area. I got the idea for this movement when I looked out of my study window one day and saw an event going on in the field on the hill.
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