“SEA STORM APPROACHING” – All of the Design, Films, Photos, and Graphics in this video are created by and are copyright of NELLIE WREN FINK. ©2016 Nellie W. Fink – LittleWRENstudios™. All Rights Reserved. http://nelliewrenfink.com/ & “THE GOLDEN VANITY” – Music by EDWARD FLOWER Master Guitarist and Composer, from his CD “Chords & Thyme”. ©1994 Edward Flower – Fordham Music BMI. http://edwardflowerguitar.com/
In 1994, Edward Flower recorded “Chords and Thyme” – a set of 16 of his original compositions, written for 2 guitars and solo guitar, surrounding ancient and traditional folk melodies from England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, and America. All copyright, publishing, performance, and recording rights are owned exclusively by Edward Flower, and are registered in the Library of Congress. The sheet music was published in 1998 by Mel Bay, and is now owned and distributed exclusively by Edward Flower. For contact details about copyright licensing of any and all of Edward Flower’s original compositions – see link below.
Edward Flower performs on all 16 tracks of “Chords & Thyme” – 4 of which are solos: Wild Mountain Thyme, The Drunken Sailor, Nottamun Town, and Simple Gifts. On the remaining 12 duets, Edward Flower is accompanied by his former student, and colleague, Joel Brown: The Death of Queen Jane, She Moved Through the Fair, I Wish, The Lass of Patie’s Mill, The Golden Vanity, The Water is Wide, My Last Farewell to Sterling, The Cherry Tree Carol, Barbara Allen, Suo Gan, The Grey Cock, and The House Carpenter.
Described in a review by Classical Guitar Magazine as “nothing short of superb”, this recording was released to great critical acclaim. “Chords and Thyme” achieved exceptional sales in its category globally, and many of the tracks from this recording have been licensed and recorded by other artists throughout the world, achieving Platinum sales and Grammy award status.
For more about Master Guitarist Edward Flower including his contact email, and also for private lessons in Classical or Flamenco guitar, and/or Composition, you can visit: