With performances dating back to 1746, the Royal Shakespeare Company produces about 20 productions a year from their home in Stratford-upon-Avon, the historical home of the bard, William Shakespeare. For 37 years the former head of music was Guy Woolfenden, whose beautiful music has been played here on Wind & Rhythm over a dozen times. This week's episode is devoted to Guy Woolfenden’s music, which has its roots in the Royal Shakespeare Company.
French Impressions Guy Woolfenden North Texas Wind Symphony, Eugene Migliaro Corporon Gallimaufry Guy Woolfenden Birmingham Symphonic Winds, Guy Woolfenden Bohemian Dances Guy Woolfenden University of St. Thomas Symphonic Wind Ensemble,
Matthew George Mockbeggar Variations Guy Woolfenden Birmingham Symphonic Winds, Keith Allen Illyrian Dances Guy Woolfenden Philharmonia à Vent, John Boyd