Another entry into the Weekend Music Share inspired by Hughsviews and news.
This week, my entry has no lyrics, which I find makes it easier to listen to when writing.
I present to you this week’s entry, Fanfare for the Common Man by Emmerson, Lake and Palmer.
There are many versions of this available on YouTube, and like Pink Floyd last week, I am no ELP guru. It’s just an uplifting tune I find I can listen to whilst working.
Originally written by American composer, Aaron Copeland, in 1942, it has been performed by a number of orchestras, and if you like that kind of thing, they’re awesome. Here is fanfare as performed by The New York Philharmonic.
Which one duo you prefer? They’re both awesome in my opinion. I think I’ll have some more orchestral greats next week. Until then, enjoy the music and come back next week!