Fife And Drum - The Necks - The Boys (Music For The Feature Film) (CD, Album)

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  1. Yet in the 25 years since their debut record, Sex, The Necks' music had grown more obtuse. There was no crossover album to rope people in, though their soundtrack for ultra-disturbing film The Boys () certainly raised their profile in Australia. Ultimately, the world crossed-over to The Necks, not vice versa, making their ascension a study.
  2. May 01,  · Scored for fifes and drums. The music was arranged by John C. Moon, Musickmaster with the assistance of Herbert E. Watson and William E. White. Volume One - 12 quick marches scored for fifes, snare and bass drums. 24 pages. Includes the following tunes: Boston March/British Grenadiers/ Chain Cotillion/Cuckoo's Nest/ First of September/Hey!Author: John C. Moon.
  3. The Boys, which is drawn from the soundtrack the group composed for the Australian movie of the same name, continues in The Necks' minimal/ambient tradition, although the album represents a new move for the group. Until now they were known for the hour-long .
  4. Find The Necks song information on AllMusic. Whether scoring a film or playing live, Australia’s the Necks demonstrate a questing intelligence as well as an understanding of the natural interplay of sound.
  5. The Fifes & Drums of the Old Barracks are a group of musicians who perform late 18th-century music that would have been performed by a military corps of music during the Revolutionary War. Beyond their well-researched repertoire of colonial music, their uniforms are those that would have been worn by the musicians of the 2nd New Jersey Regiment.
  6. Whether scoring a film or playing live, Australia’s the Necks demonstrate a questing intelligence as well as an understanding of the natural interplay of sound. Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓ Credits ↓ Related ↓.
  7. Jan 19,  · Excerpts from "Fife and Drum Music of the American Revolution: Military Music in America series, vol. 1," produced by the Company of Military Collectors & Historians, Washington, D.C. with George P. Carroll, Director of Music -- from about

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