As recommended by Marty Whelan. Song arrangers are the unsung heroes of album production and this is a beautiful version of the Francis Lai classic, ideal music for a warm Summer evening. (Richard told me once that Vevo is owned by Universal so I can post this without fear of infringing copyright).
From the album "Rise."
"My love is like a red, red rose that's newly sprung in June, My love is like a melody that's sweetly played in tune." (Robert Burns).
Yes, marvellous video posted by Jeff. I used to stay up late way back in the 1960s, to watch and listen to the real John Williams' prerecorded 15 minute classical guitar slots he often had on Granada TV. Happy days - even though I was Beatles (and others!) fan at the time.
and Cavatina was made into a song. The best version of this I've heard was on Camilla Kerslake's debut album, sadly not available on video but Cleo Laine is also good.
and talking of the other John Williams, I've found a video of your local orchestra, Comet !
Mia has been just over Hayley's shoulder at most of Hayley's concerts in Dublin, Limerick and Belfast over the last 12 years. you can see her between the seats and then the woman on the left seat obliges the viewer by moving to the left to give you a better view of Mia and there is a clearer view at the end of this video from Belfast taken by some concert bootlegger and hosted by our very own Jillian
Clio Laine, Johnny Dankworth and John Williams set up a sort of Crossover Music college of sorts decades ago, possibly late 60s or early 70s