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What do Harry Potter, Edward II and Ralph
Vaughan-Williams's 'Tallis Fantasia' have in
common? Gloucester Cathedral. Some Harry
Potter scenes were filmed in these hallowed
cloisters; Edward II was buried here (and his
highly decorated tomb still rests there today)
after an unfortunate encounter with a red-hot
poker at Berkeley Castle in 1327; and the
Cathedral hosted the first performance of
Vaughan-Williams' exquisite 'Fantasia on a
Theme of Thomas Tallis' in the 1910 Three
Choirs Festival, conducted by the composer.
The orchestra's string section was separated
into two halves to effect a sort of
phon/antiphon sound base. The beauty of this arrangement, reconstituted for a BBC
documentary in the 1980s, matched the beauty of the Cathedral's stunning Norman/
Gothic/Perpendicular interior with its massive Norman columns and vaulted ceiling.
What do Harry Potter, Edward II and Ralph Vaughan-Williams's 'Tallis Fantasia' have in
common? Gloucester Cathedral. Some Harry Potter scenes were filmed in these
hallowed cloisters; Edward II was buried here (and his highly decorated tomb still rests
there today) after an unfortunate encounter with a red-hot poker at Berkeley Castle in
1327; and the Cathedral hosted the first performance of Vaughan-Williams' exquisite
'Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis' in the 1910 Three Choirs Festival, conducted by
the composer. The orchestra's string section was separated into two halves to effect a
sort of phon/antiphon sound base. The beauty of this arrangement, reconstituted for a
BBC documentary in the 1980s, matched the beauty of the Cathedral's stunning
Norman/ Gothic/Perpendicular interior with its massive Norman columns and vaulted
ceiling.
What do Harry Potter, Edward II and Ralph
Vaughan-Williams's 'Tallis Fantasia' have in
common? Gloucester Cathedral. Some Harry
Potter scenes were filmed in these hallowed
cloisters; Edward II was buried here (and his
highly decorated tomb still rests there today)
after an unfortunate encounter with a red-hot
poker at Berkeley Castle in 1327; and the
Cathedral hosted the first performance of
Vaughan-Williams' exquisite 'Fantasia on a
Theme of Thomas Tallis' in the 1910 Three
Choirs Festival, conducted by the composer.
The orchestra's string section was separated
into two halves to effect a sort of
phon/antiphon sound base. The beauty of this arrangement, reconstituted for a BBC
documentary in the 1980s, matched the beauty of the Cathedral's stunning Norman/
Gothic/Perpendicular interior with its massive Norman columns and vaulted ceiling.

Gloucester cloister

What do Harry Potter, Edward II and Ralph Vaughan-Williams's 'Tallis Fantasia' have in common?  Gloucester Cathedral. Some Harry Potter scenes were filmed in these hallowed cloisters; Edward II was buried here (and his highly decorated tomb still rests there today) after an unfortunate encounter with a red-hot poker at Berkeley Castle in 1327; and the Cathedral hosted the first performance of Vaughan-Williams' exquisite 'Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis' in the 1910 Three Choirs Festival, conducted by the composer. The orchestra's string section was separated into two halves to effect a sort of phon/antiphon sound base. The beauty of this arrangement, reconstituted for a BBC documentary in the 1980s, matched the beauty of the Cathedral's stunning Norman/ Gothic/Perpendicular interior with its massive Norman columns and vaulted ceiling.     
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A beautiful walnut frame and a weighted mount draw the eye into the light-show that is this famous cloister

A beautiful walnut frame and a weighted mount draw the eye into the light-show that is this famous cloister

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