John Hudson | Winter Symphony

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Winter Symphony

by John Hudson

“Winter Symphony” is a short piece in three movements which expresses the moods of winter in London. It’s full of rich melodies and textures expressing the melancholy of cold and dark nights mixed with uplifting joy of occasional days of sunshine.
Genre: Classical: Orchestral
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1. Adagio
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10:21 $0.99
2. Scherzo
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3. Finale
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This music was influenced by English and Russian composers like Elgar and Vaughan Williams, Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov. While I studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London, I played French Horn in various orchestras including London Chamber Soloists. During this time I acquired a love for the Romantic composers. I am hoping it might be used in a film and would welcome any enquiries at


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David Schweitzer

Mr. Hudson's compositions are little gems. I have been listening to him since 2003 and will for a long to come.

Paco Fox

A really nice EP
Short in length but full of ideas and beautiful melodies. This EP has been a pleasant surprise. It really describes musically the mood of winter in the city like few records I've heard. The sound is more or less good for a home made orchestral record (besides an annoying percussion sound that anyway doesn't stay for too long). I'd recommend this record for fans of Anthony Phillips classical CDs (specially 'Slow Dance') and, well, just for everyone looking for a good (if short) piece of romantic music.