sexta-feira, 25 de abril de 2014

Tubular Bells for Two

Tubular Bells for Two - Trailer
Two ambitious musicians play over twenty instruments to bring Mike Oldfield’s classic hit Tubular Bells to life in a unique theatrical performance.
Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells is perhaps the most unlikely smash hit record ever to be released.
The beautiful and sprawling progressive Celtic-folk-rock opus shot to number one in album charts around the world in 1973 and 1974, throwing its young composer into the international spotlight and kick-starting Richard Branson’s Virgin music empire.
Now, forty years later, multi-instrumentalists Daniel Holdsworth and Aidan Roberts have arranged the entire score of Tubular Bells to be played out by just two blokes, bringing the influential masterpiece to life with all of its multi-layered madness and subtle beauty intact. Watch the videos Edinburg Fringe 2012:
Video Blog Ep1 - Tubular Bells for Two
The boys have finally arrived at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe after a long grueling trip. In this first episode they give you a tour of the Royal Mile, a grand road leading up to Edinburgh Castle. It is one of the most chaotic places at the Fringe full of street performers and people handing our flyers for their shows.
The boys take you on a tour backstage at the Fringe before diving into their frantic 15 minute setup before showtime.
The crew take you on a tour of some of the sights in and around Edinburgh.
Aidan and Daniel pickup a Bank of Scotland Herald Angel Award at the Edinburgh Fringe. This episode features music from the New Rope String Band, who are featuring at the Famous Spiegeltent.
Danny and Aidan find refuge from the festival chaos in a small wood near Tantallon Castle. Here they filmed an acoustic excerpt from Part Two of Tubular Bells.

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