JLS (jlsjlsjls) wrote,
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Interesting listening

Just finished listening to a most interesting BBC Radio documentary: Musical Variations: The Life of Angela Morley. Probably best known to most folk these days for her "Watership Down" score and her work with John Williams but anyone addicted to classic BBC comedy has heard her music, arrangements and conducting in the form of opening/closing themes for "The Goon Show", "Hancock's Half Hour" and many others, credited under her original name: Wally Stott.
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