Symphony No 2 in E flat, "Vectis"
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|Full name of work:||Symphony No 2 in E flat, "Vectis"|
|Composer:||White, John Hilton (1931-), British|
|Music category:||Orchestral 20th C|
|Instruments:||Standard symphony orchestras|
|Name of file creator:||White, John H|
|e-mail address:||jalbis127 "at" gmail "dot" com|
|Comments:||"Vectis" is the name the Romans gave to the Isle of Wight, off the South coast of England, where I retired to in 1986. "Newtown Randy", the name I gave to the Scherzo,is the annual fair held at the mediaeval capital of the Island, once a bustling seaport but now a mere hamlet of about 20 houses. The slow movement entitled "The Smugglers' March" commemorates one of the main Island industries 200 years ago----smuggling alcoholic liquor across from France.|
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