Euphonium Recital no.32

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    Euphonium Recital no. 32, Charley Brighton (Sponsored by Willson Band Instruments of Switzerland) with guest Garry Hedley (Euphonium) and Malcolm Stowell, Piano & Organ

    St. Mary's Parish Church, Church Street, Slough, Berkshire
    Saturday November 22nd. 2008
    12 noon admission free

    Programme of Music;
    Sonata for Bassoon op.168, C. Saint-Seans (1835-1921)
    Allegro Moderato, Adagio & Allegro Moderato

    Duet with guest Garry Hedley;
    Calon Lan, John Hughes (1872- 1914), arranged by Eric Ball

    Premiere; Tranquillity, Terry Treherne
    (with organ accompaniment)

    Romance (from Susanna’s Secret)
    Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari (1876-1948) arranged by Lionel Salter
    (played on a Hawkes 1912 4 valve Cavalry Tuba)

    Premiere; Brief Interlude, Joe Miserendino (USA)

    Polka Caprice; Lucille, Percy Code (1888-1953)
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    ..........and later that day, at 7pm in a new location, All Saints Church, Wokingham;
    Programme of Music; (Willson 2900 Euphonium)

    Aragonaise, Joe Miserendino (USA)

    Premiere; Sonata for Euphonium, Elaine Fine (USA) ‘for Malcolm Stowell & Charley Brighton’, Allegro Moderato, Andante Mosso & Allegro

    Sunrise, Sunset (from Fiddler on The Roof), Jerry Bock arranged by Adam Gorb
    (transcribed for Euphonium by Charley Brighton) played on a 1933 SA Bandmaster 4v Euphonium

    Tranquillity (with organ accompaniment), Terry Treherne ‘to my good friend Charley Brighton’

    The Queen of The Night’s Aria (Der Holle Roche), (From the Magic Flute) W.A. Mozart arranged by John Golland (played on a Hawkes 1912 4 valve Cavalry Tuba)

    Aka Tombo (Red Dragonfly) Japanese Children’s Song, Kosaku Yamada(1886-1965) arranged by Philip Kim (played on a Highams 1891 5 valve Euphonium)

    Valse Brillante; Silver Showers, William Rimmer (1816-1879)
    Played on a 1980's Imperial Euphonium

    Maria & Tonight (from West Side Story) Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990)

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