Gordon Langford (English composer, arranger and pianist)

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Gordon Langford (born May 1930 as Gordon Colman) is an English composer, arranger and performer. Although well known in the brass band community as a composer and arranger, he is less well known as a composer of orchestral music, despite winning an Ivor Novello award for his March from the Colour Suite in 1971.

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Album

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1985 Lollipops Philip Jones Brass Ensemble 1
1990 Famous Marches John Foster Black Dyke Mills Band, Geoffrey Brand, Roy Newsome 2
1992 Music for a May Morning The Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford, Grayston Ives 1
2000 Bone Idyll (feat. trombone: Brett Baker, conductor: James Gourlay, conductor: Bryan Hurdley) The Williams Fairey Brass Band 1

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1970 A Festival of British Light Music Sir Vivian Dunn & Orchestra of the Light Music Sciety 1
1994 The Exotic Beatles, Part II Various Artists 1
1996 The Joy of Christmas Various Artists 2
1999 De Janequin aux Beatles The King’s Singers 1
Instrumental Gold: 20 Golden Greats Various Artists 1
The Most Beautiful Melodies of the Century Various Artists 1

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