Family Sound

Some historic recordings by family sadly no longer with us but still in our memory. It is good to hear their voices once again. And songs sung and instruments played by family, for your pleasure.

Rosina de Dulin, a message to New Zealand
Rosina de Dulin

Rosina de Dulin

When Harry, Molly, Keith and Raymond de Dulin went to live in New Zealand, the family sent tape recorded messages back and forth. This sound clip is of Harry’s mother Rosina de Dulin, it was recorded in November 1956 when Rosina was 75 years of age.

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Rosina de Dulin. A message to her son Harry de Dulin in New Zealand. 1956

Rev. Karen Stallard, sings Comfort and Protector.
Rev. Karen Stallard

Rev. Karen Stallard

This song entitled Comfort and Protector was composed by the Rev. Karen Stallard for her mother, Margaret Elizabeth Stallard. Karen sang the song whilst accompanying herself on the guitar at her mothers funeral service, which took place at St Nicolas Church, Elmer Road, Middleton-on Sea, West Sussex on the 14th October 2004. The song is dedicated to Karen’s mother, the late and sorely missed Margaret Elizabeth Stallard (nèe Browne).

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Karen Stallard singing her song, comfort and Protector in 2004


Tom Cunliffe

Fast Tube by Casper

Forgotten Dreams, composed by Leroy Anderson, played by Tom Cunliffe

Arranged by Tom’s music teacher, John Hayes.

Played on an Alhambra 8P, recorded on a Canon G12 camera and processed with Serif MoviePlus X3.

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