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A different work based on the first theme is [[Oranges and Lemons]].
 
A different work based on the first theme is [[Oranges and Lemons]].
 
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Latest revision as of 12:49, 27 April 2017

London Lemons is a series of nine short themes inspired by London clock chimes, based on the London clock chime known as "Oranges and Lemons say the bells of St Clements" with a chord accompaniment based on another chime "London Bridge is Falling Down".

A different work based on the first theme is Oranges and Lemons.

Papers

Spectrogram

London Lemons - Spectrogram.jpg
From A1(55Hz) to A7(3250Hz) at 100 pixels per second.

Availability

  • They were originally published on Standard Music Library record ESL104.
  • They appear to survive in the Attic Tapes on DD080