For other people named David Bedford, see David Bedford (disambiguation). Background information. David Vickerman Bedford. The first album to consist entirely of David Bedford compositions was Nurses Song with Elephants, recorded at the Marquee Studios, and released in 1972 on John Peel's Dandelion label. On this album, Bedford mixed classical ensemble with poems and voices. Album titles from this period include Star's End (1974), The Rime of the Ancient Mariner (1975, a musical setting of the poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge), The Odyssey (1976, a musical setting of the poem by Homer), and Instructions for Angels (1977), the latter including an appearance by Mike Ratledge. Bedford contributed to records by the Edgar Broughton Band, including a single titled Up Yours!, a polemic on the 1970 UK general election declaring their intention to drop out.
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Star's End released: 1997. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner released: 1994. The Odyssey released: 1994. Nurses Song With Elephants released: 1972. Variations on a Rhythm of Mike Oldfield released: Cardew: The Great Learning, Bedford: Two Poems.
Singer: David Bedford Album's name: Star's End Label: Virgin – YX-7005-VR, Virgin – VR-358-11 Type: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: Japan Date of released: 1977 Category: Rock, Classical Style: Modern, Avantgarde. David Bedford - Star's End MP3 version. 1629 downloads at 15 mb/s. David Bedford - Star's End FLAC version. 1915 downloads at 11 mb/s.
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The composer David Bedford, who has died of lung cancer aged 74, employed a wide range of styles and media in a half-century career that saw him move from young iconoclast to eclectic purveyor of music for all seasons and needs. In 1963, as a recent student of Luigi Nono in Venice, he wrote Two Poems for Chorus, settings of Kenneth Patchen texts. Bedford was born in Hendon, north-west London, into a musical family. In the late 1960s, Bedford moved into pop music, working with Kevin Ayers and his rock group The Whole World.