John Golland (Ashton-under-Lyne, 14 September 1942 - Dukinfield, 14 April 1993) was an English composer. He is most famous for his works for brass band, such as Sounds, Atmospheres, Peace, Rêves d'Enfant,his two euphonium concerti and a flugelhorn concerto. He also composed incidental music for the BBC sitcom Dear Ladies.

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  • John Golland (Ashton-under-Lyne, 14 September 1942 - Dukinfield, 14 April 1993) was an English composer. He is most famous for his works for brass band, such as Sounds, Atmospheres, Peace, Rêves d'Enfant,his two euphonium concerti and a flugelhorn concerto. He also composed incidental music for the BBC sitcom Dear Ladies. (en)
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  • John Golland (Ashton-under-Lyne, 14 September 1942 - Dukinfield, 14 April 1993) was an English composer. He is most famous for his works for brass band, such as Sounds, Atmospheres, Peace, Rêves d'Enfant,his two euphonium concerti and a flugelhorn concerto. He also composed incidental music for the BBC sitcom Dear Ladies. (en)
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