Cotswold Life - - COTSWOLD ARTS -

St Mary De Crypt The Quiet­ness of Stones Poetry, acous­tic gui­tar, the spars­est of piano parts, a scratch choir, so­prano, counter-tenor, a sub­tle beat, strings and lots of tea-lights and can­dles Black­fri­ars Il­lu­mi­na­tions Piano, cello, a layer of sparkly gui­tar, synth bass, beau­ti­ful fe­male lead vo­cal and sub­tle male back­ing vo­cals St Ni­cholas Strangers An epic jux­ta­po­si­tion in­clud­ing a cho­ral quar­tet, a grime artist, a techno duo, dis­torted beats, piano os­ti­natos and a cur­rent is­sue St Mary De Lode The Mea­sure of the Man A song of wel­come with a scratch choir, acous­tic gui­tars, low whis­tle, ac­cor­dion and vi­o­lin on top of a qui­etly puls­ing rhythm and bass line Cathe­dral Re­turn­ing A min­i­mal­ist in­stru­men­tal piece writ­ten for two cellos ac­com­pa­nied by piano St John’s Coals A con­ven­tional ar­range­ment of an orig­i­nal folk/amer­i­cana-ish pop song about one of Glouces­ter’s most un­con­ven­tional his­tor­i­cal char­ac­ters fea­tur­ing a band of piano, drums, bass, acous­tic gui­tars, male vo­cal, fe­male back­ing vo­cals and a string sec­tion St Michael’s Tower Aethelflaed Pay­ing trib­ute to a bad-ass An­glo-saxon war­rior queen from Glouces­ter’s past by fus­ing hip-hop, folk & jazz. Drums, acous­tic gui­tar, djembe, fe­male lead vo­cal, rap­ping, trum­pet, dou­ble bass, lay­ers of synth tex­ture and elec­tric piano Guild­hall Love Will Re­main Cel­e­brat­ing Love - a band song with piano, bass, gui­tars, drums, back­ing vo­cals, lead vo­cals both fe­male and male with a tan­gled cli­max of singing at the end

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