Cranbrook Town Band - Proms night with scratch choir, Staplehurst , Kent, 1st October

Discussion in 'The Auditorium - Concert Details' started by Bungle, Sep 15, 2011.

  1. Bungle

    Bungle Member

    Once again the Cranbrook Town Band have agreed to perform for the Friends of All Saints in a fund raising Proms night involving a scratch choir. The band last performed here in 2009 and it was a very enjoyable concert. The first half will involve a varied selection of music from the band whilst the second half will contain pieces from the band, solo singers and the choir.

    Bryan Gipps will once again be leading the choir. Bryan is well known across Kent as conductor of the Sutton Valence Choral Society and as a freelance organist, violinist, viola player and pianist. He also sings in the choir at Rochester Cathedral, is a teacher of violin and piano and is the current conductor of the Old Barn Orchestra.

    The concert starts at 7:30pm at All Saints Church, Staplehurst, TN12 0BJ. Tickets are £6.00


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  3. Bungle

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    The program has been confirmed as the following:-

    Fanfare and Flourishes by James Curnow

    Zadok the Priest

    Ceilidh by Rodney Newton, Euphonium Solo

    Ave Verum Corpus

    Laudate Dominum

    The Aeronauts by Goff Richards

    All things bright and beautiful

    Then shall your light break forth

    Send in the Clowns by Stephen Sondheim arranged by Robin Norman, Eb Bass Solo

    Nous Blue by Myles Collins arranged Colin Batt, soprano Cornet feature

    ********************Interval************************

    Bohemian Rhapsody by Freddie Mercury arranged Darrol Barry

    Napoli by Herman Bellstedt arranged Geoffrey Brand, Cornet solo

    Locus iste

    Panis Angelicus

    Bring Him Home by Claude Michel Schoenberg arranged Keith Wilkinson, Tenor Horn Solo

    Let There Be Praise by Barry Gott

    The Lord is My Shepherd

    Comfort Ye

    Hallelujah Chorus

    Jerusalem by C Hubert Barry arranged by Ronald Hamner

    Pomp & Circumstance No1 by Edward Elgar, words by William Blake

    Fantasia on British Sea Songs by Henry Wood arranged by Denis Wright



    Oh yes, before the copyright police reply, permission was gained from Myles Collins.
     
  4. Daisy Duck

    Daisy Duck Member

    Looks like a good programme! :)
     

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