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London's great landmarks and attractions have inspired composers over the centuries. Indulge in a spot of musical sightseeing with 15 of the best classical pieces inspired by the city. By Rob Weinberg.
Paul Lewis sketched out his Festival of London March when he was 17, but waited another 11 years before it was orchestrated. It was used as the finale of the London Festival Ballet’s 21st Birthday Gala Performance at the London Coliseum. A light music piece, more in the vein of Handel than Elgar or Vaughan Williams.
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