The Glorious Glosters (1990)
(CD reissue 2004)
Red Sky CD RSKCD109 (Cassette RSKC109)
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by The Band 1st Battalion, The Glos Regiment
with special guest Johnny Coppin
An album of music and songs that evoke the Regiment's strong
association with its county, and a rare combination of miltary
band and a singer/songwriter. Released in 1990 and voted one
of the best six albums of the year by Gramophone magazine. The
music includes "Folk Song Suite" by Vaughan Williams,
"The Intermezzo From 1st Suite in E flat" by Gustav
Holst, and "Three English Dances" by Roger Quilter.
The songs include the specially commissioned title song "The
Glorious Glosters", "Contrasts" by Ivor Gurney,
and new arrangements of Frank Mansell's "The Roads Go Down",
F.W. Harvey's "Song of Gloucestershire" and "Warning",
and Leonard Clark's "This Night The Stars".
An album of timeless English music.
Engineered by Richard Millard.
Produced by Andrew Bennett and Johnny Coppin..
1. Southfield (Overture)
3. Folk Song Suite
5. This Night The Stars
6. Song of Gloucestershire
7. Intermezzo from 1st Suite in E Flat for Military Band
8. The Roads Go Down
9. Three English Dances
10. The Glorious Glosters
11. The Kinnegad Slashers
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