concert programme`s

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  1. picju96

    picju96 Member

    We've never played it out before, we have no sop so I have to transpose the sop solo in the middle :(

    Oh yes we can, every single time, and I still can't play the bit in the middle at the ridiculous tempo he takes it at so he can get to the pub quicker!
     
  2. carlwoodman

    carlwoodman Member

    Concert Programmes

    Here's the programme for the concert by Yorkshire Building Society Band at The Central Theatre, Chatham on Saturday 5th July at 7.30pm.

    Praise (Heaton)
    The Force of Destiny (Verdi arr. Wright)
    The Bells of Peover (Doe)
    Czardas (Strauss arr. Snell)
    In Perfect Peace (Downie)
    Demelza (Nash)
    The Holy War (Steadman-Allen)

    INTERVAL

    Indiana Jones & the Temple of Doom (Williams arr. Farr)
    Gethsemane (Lloyd-Webber arr. Farr)
    Irish Tune from County Derry (Grainger)
    Soul Bossa Nova (Jones arr. Duncan)
    Black & White Rag (Botsford arr. Snell)
    The Irish Blessing (Bacak arr. Bradnum)
    The Kingdom Triumphant (Ball)
     
  3. Valvecap

    Valvecap Member

    The Band i Conduct played the following in France recently...

    Capital of the Wolds
    Cute
    Lil Darling
    I Dont Know how to Love Him
    Born Free
    Lord of the Rings
    Jurassic Park
    Sing Sing Sing
    Malaguena
    Singing in the Rain
    Brassed Off (think Brass Band meets Iron Maidens drummer... he never had the part to the solo so made it up...)
    Glasnost
    Aspects of ALW
    Youll Never Walk Alone
    One Voice
    Hootenanny

    Last gig of the tour is the only gig i have ever known to have

    1. A standing ovation for the end of the FIRST half
    2. A 200 people long conga going round the concert hall during hootenanny... we had an interval for wine and nibbles... a bit more wine than nibbles i think...
     
  4. Aidan

    Aidan Active Member

    Re: Concert Programmes

    tell laura shes a chicken.. she always goes in the 1st half :)
     
  5. Aidan

    Aidan Active Member

    is that the horn tune in the goff richards arr? i think its goff anyway :S
    i remember sightreading that on a concert.. was fast as buggery!
     
  6. JohnnyEuph

    JohnnyEuph Member

    Haha... its cos she's little!! she gets tired easily.... honest!!!

    having said that, i wouldn't fancy playing a solo like hers too late in the programme!
     
  7. picju96

    picju96 Member

    Yep, and cornets get it too. I played it on horn once sightreading in a concert too, and I found it easier than the cornet one.
     
  8. Aidan

    Aidan Active Member

    yeah its a good'un..
    laura.. tired??
    thats only when she's been to "poptastic" the night before ;)
     
  9. Aidan

    Aidan Active Member

    lies :roll: :wink:
     
  10. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Here's the programme we gave at Romford recently:

    Here is love - Lowry, arr Sharman
    March: The Phoenician - Ralph Pearce
    Band song: The Infant King
    Euphonium solo: My Unchanging Friend - Ivor Bosanko (Soloist Bram Chestney)
    Cornet solo: A Song to Sing - Ray Bowes (Soloist Keith Johnston)
    Theme from 2nd Movement of Schubert's 5th Symphony - arr Bowen
    Trepak (from the Nutcracker) - Tchaikovsky, arr Wilkinson

    Interval

    His Glory Proclaim - Ian Rayner (our own Mr Smiler)
    Soprano cornet trio: Intermezzo from Cavaliera Rusticana - Mascagni, arr Ripley (Soloists Dean Graver, Keith Johnston, Dave Harrison)
    Tenor Horn solo: Demelza - Nash (Soloist Brendan Still)
    Band song: When I survey
    There is a Green Hill - arr Newsome
    Trombone feature: Peter, James and John - Ray Steadman-Allen (Soloists Carl Carter, Marion Still, Robin Bryant, David Diaper, Nick Styles)
    March: Soldiers of Christ - George Marshall
    Benediction

    Romford Songster Brigade also took part, with one slot in each half of the programme.
     
  11. Straightmute

    Straightmute Active Member

    Three sops? Is this your usual line up?

    I've often thought that two might be a good idea to extend the higher range of the band, but three...wow. How does the Cav. Rust. Intermezzo work as a trio?

    D
     
  12. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    No, it's not our usual line-up, just a novelty item capitalising on the Three Tenors/ Three Sopranos idea. Dean has been our usual soprano player for some time; Dave recently moved into the area, and has played soprano for many years. He currently plays 2nd cornet most of the time with us, but covers for Dean if he's not there. (He also plays sop with the North East Division Senior Band and the South London Fellowship Band, as well as helping out the Central London Fellowship Band - he likes to be kept busy!) Keith is our Principal Cornet, who also has his own sop.

    They play the Intermezzo mostly in unison - a good test of intonation - just dividing for the chord at the end.
     
  13. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Cambridge Heath Brass, Conductor Roy Terry, on Saturday 12th July.

    The programme was as follows:

    March: Hadleigh Camp, Ray Steadman-Allen
    Cornet solo: Concert etude, Goedicke (soloist Derek Watson)
    Variations on Laudate Dominum, Edward Gregson
    Simple gifts, arr Ray Steadman-Allen
    Fantasia for piano & band: Christ is the Answer, Ray Steadman-Allen (soloist Christine Burton)
    Selection: Songs in Exile, Eric Ball
    Chorus arrangement: Make me a channel of your peace, William Himes
    The Triumph of Peace, Eric Ball
    March: The Young Salvationist, Bramwell Coles
     
  14. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    "Last Night of the Proms" concert given by Hadleigh Temple Band, Thaxted Church, Saturday 8th November:

    Make His Praise Glorious: Woodaver, arr Gordon
    Finale from Treasures of Tchaikovsky: arr Coles
    Assignment: Bright - the Timbrels
    Nessum Dorma: Puccini, arr Snell (Cornet solo Keith Johnston)
    Bladen Races: arr Langford (Euphonium solo Bram Chestney)
    Rock of Ages: Band song
    I vow to thee, my country (Thaxted): Holst, arr Steadman Allen
    Finale from William Tell Overture: Rossini, arr Goffin

    Interval

    Pomp & Circumstance March No 1: Elgar
    Thunder & Lightning Polka: Strauss
    Emblem of the Army: Gullidge - the Timbrels
    Any dream will do: Lloyd-Webber
    One voice: Manilow, arr Farr (featuring Anthony Summerville, euphonium)
    Radetzky March: Strauss
    Fantasia on British Sea Songs: Wood, arr Wright
    Jerusalem: Parry, arr Jakeway
    Fanfare & National Anthem: arr Wright
     
  15. MattB

    MattB Member

    Our Christmas programme is going to include (alongside the usual xmas standards) One Voice, The Irish Blessing, Solitaire, I Don't Know How To Love Him, Lord of the Dance, Gaudete, All Through The Night and some others that I haven't decided on yet!
     
  16. EIBB_Ray

    EIBB_Ray Member

    Our US Open Program was

    Lickety Split (unpublished, arr for our band by Steve Shanley)
    Scottish Hymn - Hutcheson/Blanken
    Oh No! - Jeffrey Agrell
    Belfrod's Carnival March - Alexander
    Hymn of the Higlands (Mvts I (Ardross Castle) & III (Dundonnel) - Sparke
     
  17. Trom41821

    Trom41821 Member

    Concert Programmes

    Here's a sample programme

    Past Time with Good Company - S Roberts
    Adagio - Corelli (Euph Solo)
    Tocatta in D Minor - J S Bach
    Vocal Feature (our conductor also sings which gives us a break and a variation to the evening!)
    H.M.S Pianfore - Sullivan
    Fantasie Brillante - Arban (cornet solo)
    Kalinka

    ~~~Interval~~~

    Four Hits for Five by George - Gershwin
    Georgia on my mind - Carmichael (cornet solo)
    Moon River - Mancini (cornet trio)
    Vocal Feature
    Misty - (Flugel Solo)
    Bohemian Rhapsody - Mercury
    Music - Miles
     
  18. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Grimethorpe Colliery (UK Coal) Band, Grays, Essex, 22nd November:

    Melody Shop, King
    Le Roi d'Ys, Lalo/Wright
    Charivari, Iveson (Richard Marshall, cornet)
    For the love of a princess, Horner/Duncan
    Lezghinka, Khachaturian/Snell
    Aranjuez Mon Amour, Rodrigo (Ian Shires, flugel)
    Men of Harlech, Trad/Langford
    Riverdance, Whelan/Farr

    Interval

    Agincourt Song, trad/Farr
    Mambo Caliente, Sandoval/Smith
    Nessum Dorma, Puccini/Kerwin (Nigel Fielding, soprano cornet)
    MacArthur Park, Webb/Catherall
    Irish Tune from County Derry, Grainger
    Eleanor Rigby, arr Fernie
    Another Fine Mess, arr Smith (Michael Dodds & Shaun Hudson, euphs)
    In Perfect Peace, Downie
    Procession to the Minster, Wagner/Snell
    Galop from William Tell, Rossini

    (Programme including a number of audience requests)
     
  19. beard_4b

    beard_4b Member

    Risca SA Band's programme is...

    Festival March: Able William Himes
    Song arr: From Earth's confusion Trevor Davies
    Swing arr: Soon and very soon Ian Robinson
    Trumpet/Flugel Solo: I love Him better everyday William Stevenson Soloist Jonathan Hayes
    Make His Praise Glorious William Gordon
    Song arr. I love you, Lord Howard Davies
    Hymn Setting: Nicaea William Himes

    INTERVAL


    Swingtime Religion Barrie Gott
    Euphonium Solo: There will be God Richard Phillips Soloist Ian Brill
    Meditation: The Light of the World Dean Goffin
    Air Varie: Sound out the Proclamation Eric Ball
    In this quiet moment Ivor Bosanko
    Godspell Barrie Gott

    Benediction: God be with you William Gordon
    March: Starlake Eric Ball
     
  20. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Items played at SA Musicians' councils this last weekend by Enfield included:

    Sing a happy song (Andrew Justice, trombone)
    I surrender all, MacKereth (Malcolm Hynd, flugel)
    Pantomime, Sparke (Andrew Hicks, Euphonium)
    Gaelforce, Graham
    Force of Destiny, Verdi
    By Love Compelled, Steadman Allen
     

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