Barrigton Pheloung interviewed by Andy Brown, Music Director of the London Metropolitan Orchestra.

Here is Andy Brown, Music Director of the London Metropolitan Orchestra, interviewing Barrington Pheloung eight years ago.

The interview was when the LMO (London Metropolitan Orchestra) were recording Old, Unhappy, Far Off Things which is directed by Nick Renton and produced by Chris Burt – the last film in a new series of ITV’s flagship TV drama series – Lewis which stars Kevin Whately as Inspector Lewis and Laurence Fox as DS James Hathaway. Old, Unhappy, Far Off Things also stars Clare Holman.

Barrington Pheloung used a 17 piece string section with flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and harp for his underscore which he also conducted at Abbey Road studio 1 with LMO which was led by Tom Bowes.

Matt Slater assisted Barrington with score preparation and the session was engineered by Paul Golding.

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Up until a few years ago I was my mum's full time carer. She died in, 2020, of Covid. At the moment I am attempting to write a novel.

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