The Roving Apatosaurus present their new version of “I Vow To Thee My Country”, a British patriotic hymn created in 1921 when music by Gustav Holst had a poem by Sir Cecil Spring Rice set to it. The music originated as a wordless melody, which Holst later named “Thaxted”, taken from the “Jupiter” movement of Holst’s 1917 suite The Planets.
The music created by The Roving Apatosaurus is a collaboration of multiple independent freelance artists from geographically disparate locations. The style and type do not necessarily fit any one genre. The goal is to create covers of fun songs that may need to be reintroduced to newer generations, or appeal to those of older generations who remember the originals, or just to provide a unique spin on a contemporary work.
You can visit The Roving Apatosaurus on YouTube to see and hear some of their tunes.