WORLD renowned musician and composer Pam Wedgwood has had her latest book on music published.

The author, of Freshwater Bay, has written more than 200 books on music, and has played the French horn and piano professionally for more than 25 years.

Her latest book is called Seascapes, and is for solo piano players — the second in her Piano Gallery series.

Pam said: "I have used my original music and placed it alongside a collection of different pieces of artwork of my favourite seascape paintings.

"In this collection, I have tried to give each piece my own interpretation of the artwork with strong melody lines and imaginative settings.

"I'm lucky that Freshwater Bay is a wonderful inspiration to compose creative and descriptive pieces.

"There are works by Claude Monet, John Singer Sargent, Eugene Boudin and Renoir, among others, including some contemporary artists.

"I hope people will enjoy playing the pieces and, like me, be inspired by the artists."

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