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source site Author: em/ey/see/81
Posted: Oct 30 2017 - 09:33 PM
go site Subject: re: Help identifying this classical composition....
I tried to find Ted Higgins on Youtube, but it took me to someone named Ted HUGGENS, who's a Dutch Composer. He also goes by the names Henk van Lijnschooten and Michel van Delft.

Here's a Wikipedia page of a list of all his work:
Author: orens
Posted: Aug 14 2017 - 02:05 PM
Subject: Help identifying this classical composition....
Dear community, I need your help on that please... :)
Long time ago, back in 198x I used to play in the local town orchestra.
One of the compositions that we used to play back then is something I'm dying to get in order to listen to it and I can't find for many years...

I'd be happy if you can listen to my recording I did from my memory:

Here are some hints that might be useful...
1. I almost certain that I heard the compositor name was 'Ted Higgins', but I couldn't find anything when searching...
2. Name of the composition is something like 'Ballad and Concert' or similar...
3. This divided to 2 parts - 1st is slow 2/3 and the 2nd is rock.

I've tried attaching the file but mp3 isn't supported.
I really appreciate your help on that... god bless you :)
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