Graham Donald Harry Preskett
Graham Preskett, MA, ARCM, has played mediaeval rebec in French cathedrals. He wrote the score for Something to Talk About, Frenchman’s Creek, Billy Connolly’s World Tours of Scotland and Australia and Where the Heart Is. Played blues harmonica for Thelma and Louise, gypsy violin for Moulin Rouge and Irish banjo for Harry Potter. As well as writing and arranging for movies, television, production and advertising, he plays mandolin, guitar, harmonica, violin, and keyboards. Graham has worked with Cher, Paul McCartney, Gerry Rafferty, Tom Jones, Meat Loaf, John Williams, Hans Zimmer and George Martin. He also contributed choir parts and inaudible Latin to the film The Da Vinci Code, wrote the French detective’s theme for Flushed Away and arranged 'Here Comes the Sun' for Bee Movie. Adverts include Guinness, Barclaycard, PG Tips, TSB and too many others to mention. He once led and conducted a Chinese orchestra in an Irish concert at the Forbidden City, and has played Vivaldi mandolin concertos in Hong Kong, France and here.
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