English music
English music may refer to:
English folk music
The folk music of England is traditionally based music, which has existed since the later medieval period. It is often contrasted with courtly, classical and later commercial music. Folk music has bee...
English folk music - Wikipedia
The Contrabandista
The Contrabandista, or The Law of the Ladrones, is a two-act comic opera by Arthur Sullivan and F. C. Burnand. It premiered at St. George's Hall, in London, on 18 December 1867 under the management of...
The Contrabandista - Wikipedia
Priory Recording Studios
Priory Recording Studios in Canwell, Sutton Coldfield run by Greg Chandler, professional sound engineer/producer and guitarist/composer/singer of Esoteric. They are located at 3 The Priory, London Ro...
Uncle Dog
Uncle Dog is a band that released an album and single in 1972.Members of Uncle Dog were: Pearson played on 4 tracks and was replaced as a member by Terry Stannard who appears on the rest of the album...
The Triumphs of Oriana
The Triumphs of Oriana is a book of English madrigals, compiled and published in 1601 by Thomas Morley, which first edition has 25 pieces by 23 composers (Thomas Morley and Ellis Gibbons have two madr...
The Libertines Bound Together
The Libertines Bound Together is a book focused on the English rock band The Libertines by the writer, Anthony Thornton, and the photographer, Roger Sargent. The book was first published in hardback ...
The Libertines Bound Together - Wikipedia
In Nomine
In Nomine is a title given to a large number of pieces of English polyphonic, predominantly instrumental music, first composed during the 16th century.
This "most conspicuous single form in the ea...
Hookend Recording Studios
Hookend Recording Studios is a recording studio located in Hook End Manor, near Checkendon, Oxfordshire, England.The original studio, Space Studios was built by Alvin Lee of the band Ten Years After w...
Hookend Recording Studios - Wikipedia
Popular beat combo
Popular beat combo as a synonym for "pop group" is a cliché phrase within British culture. It may also be used more specifically to refer to The Beatles, or other purveyors of beat music.The deliberat...