Old Stones Remember

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Lane, L. (2012) Old Stones Remember. [Creative work: composition] Available from: http://eprints.uwe.ac.uk/17334

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Old Stones Remember - title pages SCORE.pdf

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1a. A Welsh Boy's Song at Dawn (Old Stones Remember)_ Music - Liz Lane, Words - David Lewis_SCORE.pdf

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2a. The English Soldier's Song (Old Stones Remember)_Music - Liz Lane, Words - David Lewis_SCORE.pdf

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3a. The Knights Song (Old Stones Remember)_Music - Liz Lane, Words - David Lewis_SCORE.pdf

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4a. Farmer's Song (Old Stones Remember)_Music - Liz Lane, Words - David Lewis_SCORE.pdf

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5a. Warlord's Song (Old Stones Remember)_Music - Liz Lane, Words - David Lewis_SCORE.pdf

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6a. The Earth Remembers the Battle (Old Stones Remember)_Music - Liz Lane, Words - David Lewis_SCORE.pdf

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7a. The Welsh Boy's Evensong (Old Stones Remember)_Music - Liz Lane, Words - David Lewis_SCORE.pdf - Submitted Version

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Abstract/Description

Old Stones Remember, part of the 2012 Presteigne Festival Singing Histories outreach project, is the musical culmination of a creative initiative involving a series of workshops with Gladestry Church in Wales Primary School, Knighton Church in Wales Primary School, Leintwardine Primary School, Presteigne Primary School and Shobdon Primary School. Many of the ideas created and sung by the children, including versions of some of the melodies, have been incorporated throughout this cantata. Old Stones Remember musically follows the arc and structure of David Lewis’ poems which depict aspects of The Battle of Pilleth (1402). Six of the seven songs reflect dimensions of the battle from the view of different characters; the more reflective The Land Remembers The Battle lends its name to the title. Duration: 20 minutes

Item Type: Creative work: composition
Faculty/Department: Faculty of Environment and Technology > Department of Computer Science and Creative Technologies
Depositing User: Dr L. Lane
Date Deposited: 21 Sep 2012 10:38
Last Modified: 07 Jun 2019 23:08
URI: http://eprints.uwe.ac.uk/id/eprint/17334

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