Cheltenham

What is Cheltenham known for?


musical history

name Holst Birthplace Museum alt url http: www.holstmuseum.org.uk email address 4 Clarence Rd, GL52 2AY lat 51.90399 long -2.07048 directions phone tollfree fax hours price £4.50 content The Regency terrace house where Gustav Holst, composer of The Planets was born in 1874. Interesting both for the building and for the musical history. *


video film

, was sales director of a company selling waste compactors and baling machines. James married Claire Neate, a music video producer (film producer), in April 2003 in Cheltenham. They have five children: three boys, Geronimo and twins Artemis and Galileo, and daughters Sable and Beatrix. The family live in Kingham in Oxfordshire on a 200-acre (0.81 km2) organic (organic farming) cheese farm. On 26 August 1643, all being ready, Essex started. Through Aylesbury and round the north


classical military

tbat location_country location Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England origins '''Cheltenham College''' is a co-educational independent school, located in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. One of the public schools (Public school (UK)) of the Victorian (Victorian era) period, it was opened in July 1841. An Anglican foundation, it is known for its classical, military and sporting traditions. Kohler's UK subsidiary is the Cheltenham-based


stage career

of the painter, Sir William Beechey (William Beechey)), and was educated at Marlborough College (for two years, before falling ill) and Cheltenham College. He later claimed that he was far too lazy to pursue an artistic career himself, and although he expressed an interest in a stage career, his father, who loathed his own profession, expressly forbade it (although he continued to be involved in amateur dramatics all his life and was also a talented singer). He therefore joined


film music

films including ''Memento (Memento (film))'', ''Insomnia (Insomnia (2002 film))'' and ''The Prestige (The Prestige (film))'', a collaboration that began with the short film ''Larceny''. Recently he scored the horror movie ''The Descent'' and a UK feature, ''Outlaw (Outlaw (2007 film))''. Julyan has also been invited to sit on film music discussion panels at various film festivals, including the BMI Music & Film Panel at the 2004 & 2006 Sundance Film Festivals ref>

;http: www.bmi.com special sundance2006 news panel.asp http: www.bmi.com special sundance2004 panel.asp and the 2002 Flanders International Film Festival Ghent panel on "How To Get Started In Film Music". David Julyan :: composer :: latest news An interview with him has been included in the book Moving Music. The name UCCA referred originally


horror movie

films including ''Memento (Memento (film))'', ''Insomnia (Insomnia (2002 film))'' and ''The Prestige (The Prestige (film))'', a collaboration that began with the short film ''Larceny''. Recently he scored the horror movie ''The Descent'' and a UK feature, ''Outlaw (Outlaw (2007 film))''. Julyan has also been invited to sit on film music discussion panels at various film festivals, including the BMI Music & Film Panel at the 2004 & 2006 Sundance Film Festivals ref>


unusual success

;S homestores in the UK. In 1834 he published a collection of ''Lyrical Illustrations of the Modern Poets''. His opera ''The Mountain Sylph'' - with which his name is nowadays most associated - received a warm welcome when produced at the Lyceum on 25 August 1834, as the first modern English opera, and was given over 100 performances, which was an unusual success. It was followed by ''Fair Rosamond (Fair Rosamond (opera))'' in 1837, and ''Farinelli (Farinelli (opera))'' in 1839, but Barnett never again achieved the success that he had enjoyed with ''The Mountain Sylph''. Disappointed with his reception as a composer, Barnett retired to the country. He had a large connection as a singing-master at Cheltenham, and published ''Systems and Singing-masters'' (1842) and ''School for the Voice'' (1844). Barnett wrote several songs for the theatre with the actor, playwright and theatre manager John Baldwin Buckstone, and also some instrumental works, including three string quartets and a violin sonata. *June 22 – July 10 – Darmstädter Internationale Ferienkurse (Darmstädter Ferienkurse) held in Darmstadt. *July 2 – July 14 – The seventh annual Cheltenham Music Festival is held in Cheltenham, England, with a performance of Brian Easdale's opera, ''The Sleeping Children'', premieres of the first symphonies of Malcolm Arnold, John Gardner (John Gardner (composer)), and Arnold van Wyk, Franz Reizenstein's Serenade for Winds, and Maurice Jacobson's Symphonic Suite, as well as performances of works by Humphrey Searle, Robert Masters, Benjamin Frankel, and Philip Sainton. A. J., "Cheltenham Festival", ''The Musical Times'' 92, no. 1303 (Sep., 1951): 416–17. *July 11 – Disc jockey and music promoter Alan Freed broadcasts his first Rhythm and blues radio programme from station WJW in Cleveland, Ohio. Freed uses the term rock and roll to describe R&B, in an effort to introduce the music to a broader white audience. birth_date wikipedia:Cheltenham commons:Cheltenham


impressive size

church is of impressive size and quality in reflection of this fact. The road which became the A40 ran through the town, and as the main road between Oxford and Cheltenham it contributed greatly to the town's development. The town was bypassed (bypass (road)) in the mid 1980s, only after vibration damage had been detected in some of the fine 15th - 18th century houses on the main road. Services First Great Western operate services from London Paddington to Gloucester


family live

, was sales director of a company selling waste compactors and baling machines. James married Claire Neate, a music video producer (film producer), in April 2003 in Cheltenham. They have five children: three boys, Geronimo and twins Artemis and Galileo, and daughters Sable and Beatrix. The family live in Kingham in Oxfordshire on a 200-acre (0.81 km2) organic (organic farming) cheese farm. On 26 August 1643, all being ready, Essex started. Through Aylesbury and round the north


building including

, GL50 3JT lat 51.90126 long -2.07786 directions phone tollfree fax hours price content The Museum re-opened in 2013 after a £6.3 million project to expand the building including additional galleries, a performance space, larger cafe and shop and a new home for the Cheltenham Tourist Information Centre. The collection of furniture and other pieces by Cotswold-based Arts and Crafts Movement craftsmen such as Ernest Gimson and Edward Barnsley is particularly good. *

Cheltenham

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