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|William Lawes remixed Talvin Singh||In Nomine in C minor|
|trad. arr. Orlando Gough||Blis|
|Napalm Death arr. Orlando Gough||When All Is Said And Done|
|Ronnie Binge / Delia Derbyshire arr. Cevanne Horrocks-Hopayian (le)||Sailing By / Blue Veils and Golden Sands|
|Annie Lennox arr. Genevieve Murphy||No More 'I Love You’s|
|Handel||Gia lebro mia ciglio|
|trad. arr. Sarah Dacey||The Cruel Mother|
|M J Cole arr. Blasio Kavuma||Sincere|
|Peersall arr. Orlando Gough||Lay a Garland (I went to Cardiff)|
|The Clash arr. Gabriel Prokofiev||London Calling|
|Elgar arr. Blasio Kavuma||Land of Hope and Glory|
|Radiohead arr. Ewan Campbell||Everything (Mostly) In The Right Place|
|Sugababes arr. Yfat Soul Zisso||Overload|
|Martin Carthy arr. Max de Wardener||Mcveagh|
|Kate Bush arr. Sally Beamish||Running Up That Hill|
|William Lawes||In Nomine|
What is British identity? And what is that in music? Fretwork with Orlando Gough and Gabriel Prokofiev want to find out, and they have enlisted the help of other composers to produce a tapestry of sounds from these Islands, all transformed through the medium of that quintessentially British ensemble, the consort of viols, aided by computer beats, loops and other effects to tell the story.
Napalm Death, Edward Elgar, Sugababes, William Lawes, Annie Lennox, The Clash and Radiohead are all mashed together in arrangements that will challenge and delight.
8pm: Performance starts