Sibelius and I think that I have found the answer to Diana's question
about the music in Frisco Bound.
beginning of the 7 th of Sibelius, at least a part of it.
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DianaSent: Monday, August 09, 2004 10:12
AMSubject: [shiponedingroup] Various
In answer to Bill's query re the Drama Playhouse
episode, I gave a
bit of info about it in message 19 and there's also more
about it in
the Onedin Line section of the Gilmore/Stallybrass website
book Marianne mentions by Peter Graham Scott is called "British
Television, An Insider's History". There is a whole chapter (25
pages) including a few photos devoted to The Onedin Line and the rest
of the book is very interesting too - there are a few errors. The
book is available from Amazon (not cheap) and also crops up on eBay.
PGS clearly put a lot of effort into Onedin and cared about the
series. I thoroughly recommend the book to all Onedin fans and anyone
interested in the history of British TV.
And in response to
braniffjetliner2002's question about the music,
please see message 27 re
some more pieces that were used. I think
the Arnold Bax piece
Marianne mentions is Norwegian Wood. And my
question re the music
used in `Frisco Bound' is still outstanding. I
would love to know
the composer and title of the piece so if anyone
can help, please get in
Regards to all,