What is your favourite Canadian composition or song of all time?
gordon last edited by
In honour of Canada Day, what is your favourite Canadian composition or song of all time?
Dannomyte last edited by
Toss up between the immensely fun Fall Fair by Godfrey Ridout and the entire Lord of the Rings Triliogy score by Howard Shore.
julian Programming Committee last edited by
Snake Fence Country, by Howard Cable
shewis last edited by
How can you choose just ONE Tragically Hip song? But if I had to, it would be 2000 Juno award winner "Bobcaygeon"
lloydr last edited by
I'm not going to go high culture: the Bobby Gimby Canada song. A great song for a great year (1967, for the young 'uns).
fourthhornguy last edited by
I first played Godfrey Ridout’s Fall Fair decades ago and it has never left my head. I’ve played it a few times since but always the original orchestral version. Pleased to see now that the CMC has a concert band arrangement, we have to play it!
lisa.yl last edited by
For pop tunes: Where Have All the Good People Gone? by Sam Roberts or One Week by BNL.
For band: I'm going to agree with Julian and Snake Fence Country (even though it is a very "American" sounding song).
Pualanasn last edited by Pualanasn
Okay...I might be showing my age with this one. But Gordon Lightfoot has two songs that I cannot decide between. "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" and "If You Can Read My Mind "