Alliance 10 piece

Discussion in 'The Auditorium - Concert Details' started by lewis, Mar 1, 2005.

  1. lewis

    lewis Member

    The Alliance Brass 10 piece brass ensemble will be giving a concert on Sunday 24th April 2005 at :

    Our Lady & Star of the Sea Catholic Church
    Crooms Hill

    The concert will begin at 6:30pm and will last for about 1 hour and 15 minutes without an interval. It will involve works by Bach, Gabrielli, Britten and others.

    Entrance is free but donations will be appreciated afterwards.

    For more details please contact Lewis Edney on 07769883929 or
    Last edited: Mar 2, 2005
  2. lewis

    lewis Member

    Below is the program and personnel for the Alliance Brass 10 piece concert.

    Fanfare for St. Edmunsbury - B. Britten
    Festive Overture - Shostakovich arr. M. Levis
    Pian e Forte - Gabrieli arr. E. Crees
    Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 - J.S. Bach arr. C. Mowat
    Blue Bells of Scotland - A. Prior Soloist - Mark Templeton
    Five Movements from Divertimento - R. Premru
    The Easter Hymn from Cavalleria Rusticana - P. Mascagni arr. B. Cooper
    Tico-Tico - Z. Abreu arr. J. Iveson Soloist - David Geoghegan
    Three Equali for Four Trombones - L.V. Beethoven
    Jealousy - arr. R. Bissell

    Trumpets: Bill Cooper, David Geoghegan, Ed Pascall, Ian Taylor
    French Horn: John Davy
    Trombones: Mark Templeton, Steven Turton, Darren Smith, Lewis Edney
    Tuba: Mike Levis
    Last edited: Apr 5, 2005
  3. Bones

    Bones Member


    Is the Darren Smith playing trombone, the Darren Smith who used to be Bass Trom in the Guards band. If so, give him my best, as I used to play in a band with him years ago in the Midlands.


  4. lewis

    lewis Member

    Yep same one. I was at the Royal Academy with him last year. Lovely bloke. I'll past on your regards.
  5. lewis

    lewis Member

    Probably get told off for this but thought I would push our thread one more time in the hope that I might persuade some more lovely tMp'ers to come to our concert. It should be a good little concert, some excellent players and a couple of new arrangements thrown in as well. If you have nothing planned for your sunday evening come and have a listen.

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