Simon Dobson's work takes Perth's great River Tay as its inspiration and attempts to portray the eternal nature of the river in both its never-ending flow and its timelessness. The river becomes the omnipresent narrator of the work and as such flows throughout the piece in various guises. There are three movements in - and when the river told - A", but they flow without a break from one to the next; each one begins with the ancient river and shifts into one of three episodes, centred around a different aspect of Perth and its history in the 800 years since it was granted a charter in 1210 by King William the Lion of Scotland, confirming it as a Royal Burgh. - and when the river told - A" was commissioned by the Scottish Brass Band Association for the Scottish Open Brass Band Championship, held on 20 November 2010 and the Perth Concert Hall.
And When the River Told
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