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Rob Cope: Gods Of Apollo

Read "Gods Of Apollo" reviewed by Roger Farbey

Rob Cope's debut album, the first of a trilogy of space-inspired recordings, celebrates the 50th anniversary of man first setting foot on the Moon on July 20th 1969. It traces the history of spaceflight from the first satellites to the last crewed Moon landing in 1972. Cope began playing saxophone at the age of eight and studied clarinet and saxophone at Manchester's Chetham's School of Music before taking a BMus with First Class Honours at the Royal Northern College of ...


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