Hadleigh Temple Band in Notingham, 27/28 March

Discussion in 'The Auditorium - Concert Details' started by PeterBale, Mar 18, 2004.

  1. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Hadleigh Temple Band

    are visiting

    Nottingham William Booth Memorial Halls
    (King Edward Street)

    Saturday, Sunday 27th & 28th March

    Saturday Festival 7pm - Admission free

    Sunday Meetings at 10.30 & 5.30


    Would be pleased to greet any tMPers who are in the area :wink:
     
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  3. sparkling_quavers

    sparkling_quavers Active Member

    ah shame peter I cannot nip home to visit the folks that weekend (as I am playing at a friends wedding in Hull!) or else I would have come along!
     
  4. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Programme details were given to us at practice last night:

    Saturday evening:

    • I can think of him - Joy Webb
      Celebration - Les Condon
      Overture to The Magic Flute - Mozart, arr Kenyon
      Cornet solo: Heavenly Gales - DBM Keith Johnston
      Euph solo: My Unchanging Friend - Bram Chestney
      Excerpt from Schubert's 5th Symphony, arr Bowen
      Trepak - Tchaikovsky
      Celebration of Contemporary Gospel Song - Himes
      March: Jubilee - Paul Drury
      Demelza - Band Sec Brendon Still
      Band song - When I survey the wondrous cross
      Nimrod - Elgar, arr Goffin
      There is a Green Hill - arr Newsome
      Trombone feature - Peter, James & John
      Kingdom Triumphant - Eric Ball

    Sunday 5.30 pm will include:

    • Praise - Wilfred Heaton
      Amazing Grace - arr William Himes
      Band song - When Jesus walked o'er Galilee
      Cornet trio - What a Friend
      Procession to Covenant - William Himes
      Vocal - In His time
      Wonderful Healer - Dean Goffin
      Easter Glory - Les Condon
      St Teresa - arr Peter Graham
     

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