More from the Lorry Driver's Lunch

November 9, 2021, 1:20 PM · A couple of years ago I posted a blog here about the Lorry Driver's Lunch tunes, and I thank you for all the positive and encouraging comments and messages I had at the time.

The project didn't stop there, and although I have returned to supply teaching I am now working for both a teaching agency and an HGV driving agency!

Five collections are now available
from my page on SMP

Incidentally you can also find string trios and quartets written in a more classical style.

Here is one of the more recent tunes

The Road to Oldways End - written during a lunch break near the A361 in North Devon.

Here is a playlist of the fifth collection. on Soundcloud where I have used an iPad app to build multitrack performances of each tune.

I have been sharing all my tunes as they were written on my Facebook Page Mr Kirby's Music

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