Trinity​/​Arish Mell Symphony Part 2

by GP Hall



Recorded 2010 This is part 2 as it was too long to put on bandcamp as a full track Part 2 is also available
Composing this piece the main theme was composed a long time ago, its early beginnings were at Trinity spiritual centre in Ealing London I lived in Culmington Road. it had a battered up old piano that I used to play this anthem on, way back in 1980, this melody was called at that time “The Freedom Anthem” so it was appropriate to use this simple melody as the main structure, I also gained inspiration from walking cliffs by Arish Mell where I live in Dorset, which is closed some days as the army use it for shelling, this is depicted within the piece by a low bass drum. Arish Mell has a unique balance of army presence, mixed with the beauty of nature, with its cliffs, sea, wildlife, ships and tanks, which seem to co-exist side by side within Arish Mell.

I used a Roland MC-909 (believe it or not a Hip-hop machine) which was triggered by keyboard and Godin Guitar & a full orchestra sound-card it was all composed in real time, meaning no computer notes or copy and paste
...Like a leaf on a tree I have died many times, to return in the spring full of hope,Fresh buds appear on deadwood over night,only this time I’m a leaf on a Rose... GP Hall

...“Don’t think to badly of one who’s left holding sand” ...
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released 11 September 2012
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released September 1, 2012
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GP Hall Chester, UK

I emerged in the British blues boom of the 1960s followed a long winding path through various scenes and cultures. Studied with the Roma flamenco master Manitas De Plata in Spain, toured Europe with Liverpool band Casey Jones & the Governors, Commissioned three times (twice by The Arts Council of Great Britain) played in the British avant-garde scene of the 1970s. Released 15 solo CD's to acclaim ... more

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