concert programme`s

Discussion in 'The Auditorium - Concert Details' started by WONKYSTICKMAN, Jun 23, 2003.



    would anybody be prepared to list their last couple of concert programmes,i`m trying to get a comprehensive list toghether so we don`t miss out on new piece`s or piece`s get forgotten about.Ta very much
  2. Straightmute

    Straightmute Active Member

    We post some - but by no means all - on our website in the 'engagements' section.

    But to set the ball rolling, we are doing a joint concert with an American choir tomorrow evening and the band's programme will be:

    Children of Sanchez
    Festive Overture
    Soul Bossa Nova
    Around the World (a cracking march by Alex Owen!)
    Harry Potter
    Two Imps (xylo duet)
    Rhapsody in Brass
    Stars and Stripes Forever

  3. Mike Saville

    Mike Saville Member

  4. davidsait

    davidsait Member

    The following is our 'set list', rather than a programme, for our forthcoming concert in France:

    Hootenanny (Harold Walters)
    Trumpet Blues and Cantabile (Harry James and Jack Mathias)
    Pineapple Poll (Arthur Sullivan)
    Light As Air (Goff Richards)
    Way Out West (Brian Crooks)
    Concierto de Aranquez (Rodrigo)
    Death and Glory (R Hall)
    Serenade (Derek Bourgeois)
    Lambeth Walk (Gay, Noel, Furber & Douglas)
    The Hustle (Van McCoy)
    Norwegian Wood (Adrian Drover)
    Rothea Rag (Brian Jenkins)
    Blue Rondo à la Turk (Dave Bruebeck)
    Ticket to Ride (John Lennon & Paul McCartney)
    Oklahoma (Richard Rogers & Oscar Hammerstein)
    Old Gumbie Cat (Andrew Lloyd Webber)
    Dalaro (Edward Gregson)
    Floral Dance (Katie Moss)
    Instant Concert (Harold Walters)
  5. picju96

    picju96 Member

    I'm playing that this afternoon in the park with the Jersey Youth Wind Band. (yes I know it's a horrible wind band, but it's compulsary!)

    And that's just a brilliant piece, we won our first contest with that.
  6. Euph-Bari

    Euph-Bari Active Member

    concert from the other week

    Dam busters
    My Fair Lady
    Norwegian wood
    Pastime with good company
    sullivan fantasy
    for the love of a princess
    Hedwigs theme (harry potter)
    First suit in Eb

    Barnum and bailys favs.
    Mack and mable
    Jeanie with light brown hair
    light walk
    amazing grace
    Breezin down bbroadway
    for your eyes only
    toccata in D minor

    enc. one voice


    thanks for taking the time to post reply`s.we`ve got most,but there`s some i`ve forgotten about.
  8. Aidan

    Aidan Active Member

    March: Around the World (Alex Owen)
    Lets Face the Music & Dance
    Someone to Watch Over Me
    Rhapsopy for Trombone and Brass Band (Langford)
    Sing as We Go
    Cry of the Celts
    The Wizard
    Pavane (Faure)
    Blessed Assurance
    Dick Turpin's Ride to York
    Dance of the Tumblers
    Love Changes Everything (complete with kiddies choir)
    Bolero (arr. Snell)

    (was a joint concert with soe kiddies choir and Nick Hudson as guest soloist, witha dance theme)


    any help please with the publishers of "Around the World".thanx
  10. Straightmute

    Straightmute Active Member

    Jagrins. Find contact details on IBEW.

  11. Aidan

    Aidan Active Member

    yup Jagrins run by gareth pritchard.. they do alot of the old Alex Owen stuff done for Besses...
    Around the World being one of the classics...
    written in 2 days.. on a ship !!!!! during the 1906-9 world tour i think ;)



    i`ve e mailed them for info and prices.don`t suppose anybody has a sample to listen too.
  13. Straightmute

    Straightmute Active Member

    No, but if you'd been at our concert this evening...

    It is a classic band march with some very individual touches. But it's not easy - top C's for much of the band in the first bar and plenty do do for everyone.

  14. Aidan

    Aidan Active Member

    its generally known to be the hardest march ever written!
    but its very good
  15. Phil Green

    Phil Green Supporting Member

    Hmm, I think that title now goes to the "Navigation Inn" march, written for, who other than, The Navigation Inn Whit Friday band by Philip Sparke. It's quite ridiculous in places.

  16. MattB

    MattB Member

    Here's our programme for sunday in Heywood and next Sunda6y in Glossop:

    Barnard Castle
    Londonderry Air
    I Will Follow Him
    Men of Harlech
    With One Look
    Hey Jude
    Schindler’s List
    Our Boys Will Shine Tonight
    Love Changes Everything

    Castell Coch
    I Don’t Know How To Love Him
    The Lost Chord
    Ticket to Ride
    Musket, Fife & Drum

    Has anyone got any good ideas for entertaining pieces that ain't too tricky! I like to save the band for the more 'stressful' pieces!



    Thanks mattb,it`s a good programme,we have some of them,not all.Do you use large letters when you do YMCA,i saw a band bass section stand up at the appropriate time to spell it out.Francis Clifford has done a Film Suite based on horror,comedy,romance,and adventure.Good luck with your concert
  18. JohnnyEuph

    JohnnyEuph Member

    Concert Programmes

    Here's our current programme:

    Share my Yoke : Cornet Solo - JJ Lees
    Vitae Lux
    Blue John : Trombone Solo - Lisa Sarasini
    Slaughter on 10th Avenue
    Finale from Mendellsohn Violin Concerto : Horn Solo - Laura Lea
    I Know Thou Art Mine
    Shine As The Light
    Fanfare Prelude
    Peace : Euphonium Solo - Mike Fox
    Just A Closer Walk With Thee
    Sparks : Xylophone Solo - Nick Wallwork
    Deep Harmony
    For The Love of a Princess
    Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
    Cartoon Classics
  19. picju96

    picju96 Member

    Here's our programme for concert in a gorgeous large nice acoustic church tomorrow evening. Not sure of the order though.

    Night Flight to Madrid (Kermit and Walter Leslie)
    Hallelujah Parade (Kevin Norbury)
    Summon the Dragon (Peter Graham)
    Cartoon Classics (Arr. Andrew Duncan)
    Schanfigger Bauernhochzeit (Hannes Meyer)
    Deep inside the sacred temple (Bizet)
    Under the Double Eagle (J.F.Wagner)
    Erin Shore (Arr. Leigh Baker)
    Ellacombe (Arr. William Himes)
    Cornets A-Go-Go (Derek Broadbent)
    The Fifth of August (Arr. Gorden Langford)
    Can't take my eyes off you (Crewe/Gaudio Arr. Alan Fernie)

    Encore: Can Can
  20. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    That always used to go down well when we used to play it.

    Oh no you can't... :lol: :lol: :lol:

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