Paul Lewis, born in 1943 in Brighton, England, has composed prolifically for British television since the age of 20, as well as producing a large body of tonal and melodic concert works. His TV scores for drama series such as Arthur of the Britons and The Prisoner of Zenda, children's series such as Seal Morning and Woof! and comedies such as Monty Python's Flying Circus and The Benny Hill Show have been heard all around the world. His instrumental works, several of which are in the U.K. exam syllabuses, are usually happy and romantic, inspired mostly by favourite places, close musician friends and loved ones. The Campion Cameo label has issued a CD of his TV themes, and his orchestral concert music appears on CD alongside the music of other English composers such as Arnold, Holst and Delius. Some of Paul's flute and harmonica works published by Broadbent & Dunn are also available on Campion Cameo. See www.paullewiscomposer.com for full details.
'Cello & Piano
The first movement Cam ye o'er Frae France is a London College of Music Grade 4 Exam Piece until further notice
The third movement I'll Make You Fain To Follow Me is a London College of Music Grade 5 Exam Piece until further noticeThe fourth movement Yell Yell is a London College of Music Grade 3 Exam Piece until further notice
Commissioned by Fiona Nisbett for a recital in St Albans, this is a selection of five original Scottish reels and folk tunes from various 18th Century sources, reworked and re-harmonised. The style is reminiscent of Malcolm Arnold and all movements contrast well with each other. The first, third and fourth movements have all been London College of Music grade 4, 5 and 3 exam pieces since 2010.
Bassoon & Piano
Bassoon & Piano