Haydn Wood: London Landmarks (1946)
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London: The best classical music
12. Haydn Wood: London Landmarks (1946)
Haydn Wood was given his name because, at the time of his birth, his father had just attended a performance of Haydn’s ‘Creation’. The March from this suite was used for many decades as the signature tune to the radio show, ‘Down your Way’. Wood followed this suite with ‘London Cameos’ and ‘Snapshots of London’.