Cathedral City

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Petroc Trelawny explores music making, past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

3: St David's.

A short walk around the country's smallest city becomes a long journey through the history of Welsh music.

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Petroc Trelawny explores music making, past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

3: St David's.

A short walk around the country's smallest city becomes a long journey through the history of Welsh music.

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Petroc Trelawny explores music making, past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

4: LIVERPOOL.

A walk down Hope Street takes Trelawny from the Catholic cathedral to the Anglican.

Along the way he explores the city's important musical legacy, from Max Bruch to the Beatles and from the Merseybeat to a mysterious busker.

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Petroc Trelawny explores music making, past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

4: LIVERPOOL.

A walk down Hope Street takes Trelawny from the Catholic cathedral to the Anglican.

Along the way he explores the city's important musical legacy, from Max Bruch to the Beatles and from the Merseybeat to a mysterious busker.

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Petroc Trelawny explores music making, past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

4: LIVERPOOL.

A walk down Hope Street takes Trelawny from the Catholic cathedral to the Anglican.

Along the way he explores the city's important musical legacy, from Max Bruch to the Beatles and from the Merseybeat to a mysterious busker.

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Petroc Trelawny explores music making, past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

5: Edinburgh.

In a city alive with festivals and music to suit all tastes and ages, he discovers the mysterious tale of the murdered musician and walks the Royal Mile.

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Petroc Trelawny explores music making, past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

5: Edinburgh.

In a city alive with festivals and music to suit all tastes and ages, he discovers the mysterious tale of the murdered musician and walks the Royal Mile.

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052000070220000715

Petroc Trelawny explores music making, past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

5: Edinburgh.

In a city alive with festivals and music to suit all tastes and ages, he discovers the mysterious tale of the murdered musician and walks the Royal Mile.

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Petroc Trelawny explores music making, past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

5: Edinburgh.

He discovers the mysterious tale of the murdered musician who wrote songs over 100 years after his death.

Today the city is alive with festivals and music to suit all tastes and ages, as Trelawny discovers when he walks the Royal Mile.

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Petroc Trelawny explores music making, past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

5: Edinburgh.

He discovers the mysterious tale of the murdered musician who wrote songs over 100 years after his death.

Today the city is alive with festivals and music to suit all tastes and ages, as Trelawny discovers when he walks the Royal Mile.

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Petroc Trelawny concludes the series exploring music making past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

6: Southwark.

He strolls along the River Thames in LONDON from Southwark Cathedral to the Royal Festival Hall, discovering the history of theatre music.

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Petroc Trelawny concludes the series exploring music making past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

6: Southwark.

He strolls along the River Thames in LONDON from Southwark Cathedral to the Royal Festival Hall, discovering the history of theatre music.

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Petroc Trelawny explores music-making, past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

1: Winchester.

From the oldest piece of music in Britain to some of the most talented young musicians, a walk through the city of Winchester encompasses over 1,000 years of music.

Trelawny discovers the difference between choristers and quiristers and meets a descendant of the famous Wesley family.

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Petroc Trelawny explores music-making, past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

1: Winchester.

From the oldest piece of music in Britain to some of the most talented young musicians, a walk through the city of Winchester encompasses over 1,000 years of music.

Trelawny discovers the difference between choristers and quiristers and meets a descendant of the famous Wesley family.

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Petroc Trelawny explores music-making, past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

1: From the oldest piece of music in Britain to some of the most talented young musicians, a walk through the city of Winchester encompasses over 1,000 years of music.

Trelawny discovers the difference between choristers and quiristers and meets a descendant of the famous Wesley family.

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Petroc Trelawny explores music-making, past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

1: From the oldest piece of music in Britain to some of the most talented young musicians, a walk through the city of Winchester encompasses over 1,000 years of music.

Trelawny discovers the difference between choristers and quiristers and meets a descendant of the famous Wesley family.

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Petroc Trelawny explores music making, past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

3: St David's.

A short walk around the country's smallest city becomes a long journey through the history of Welsh music.

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Petroc Trelawny explores music making, past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

2: Worcester.

The music of Elgar may dominate the city, but there are other musical delights to be found - like the recently discovered Worcester Fragments and the recently restored Countess of Huntingdon Hall.

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Petroc Trelawny explores music making, past and present, sacred and secular, in six British cities.

2: Worcester.

The music of Elgar may dominate the city, but there are other musical delights to be found - like the recently discovered Worcester Fragments and the recently restored Countess of Huntingdon Hall.