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Weʼre raising £7,500 to fund a project to record the chamber music of Arnold Cooke, a wonderful British composer whose music deserves to be better-known.

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Some wonderful artists and musicians just don't get a fair go! The English composer Arnold Cooke lived a long and productive life from 1906 to 2005. He was a gentle soul who composed music until the age of 90 but was far too modest about his own work. We have long wanted to share this attractive, accessible music with a much wider audience so are engaging in a project to record lots of his marvellous chamber music for the first time. To do so we need to raise a further £7,500 to match the support already pledged. Please help us to shout about a remarkable musician!

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    Page last updated on: 9/8/2018 1:47 PM



    • Vivien Chasey

      Vivien Chasey

      Sep 8, 2018

      Best wishes - looking forward to hearing it!


    • Neil Cheshire

      Neil Cheshire

      Sep 3, 2018

      Good luck, Harvey!

    • Adrienne Spilsbury

      Adrienne Spilsbury

      Aug 29, 2018

      Looking forward to hearing and playing this Harvey!

    • mary


      Aug 27, 2018

      Its a great project, Harvey and everyone- go for it.


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    Harvey Davies

    Harvey Davies

    Manchester, UK

    The Pleyel Ensemble was formed in 2011 by pianist Harvey Davies and cellist Heather Bills. The group comprises strings, wind and piano and boasts some of the finest and most experienced chamber musicians in the UK. We particularly perform and promote lesser-known British music.

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