Household Troops Band

Discussion in 'The Auditorium - Concert Details' started by Bariman, May 11, 2004.

  1. Bariman

    Bariman Member

    The Salvation Army's Household Troops Band are presenting a concert at The Salvation Army, Baddow Road, CHELMSFORD, Essex this coming Saturday, 15 May at 7pm.

    Tickets are priced £5 (£3 for concessions) and will be available on the door but if you want to make sure of a ticket pm me asap.
  2. BobRalston

    BobRalston Member

    Any idea of the programme :?:
  3. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Hope the evening goes well - can't make it myself as we have a united songster festival that evening, with the typical lack of co-ordinaton in our neck of the woods :oops:

    I'll have to wait until they come to Hadleigh in August - more details later :wink:
  4. Bariman

    Bariman Member

    No precise details available to me yet the band were hoping to use the evening to launch their new CD "Great & Glorious" and to feature a number of tracks off the CD during the evening. Unfortunately, due to some technical difficulties, the launch will not be happening on Saturday.

    However the programme the band recorded for the CD was as follows:

    Exultant - Phil Catlinet
    Fall Afresh - Daniel Iversen arr Andrew Mackereth
    The Shepherd's Song - Goff Richards
    Trombone Vespers - Ray Steadman-Allen
    The Joy Bringer - Kenneth Downie
    Euphonium Solo - The lark in the clear air - Trad. arr David Catherwood
    Great and Glorious - George Marshall
    Spirit of Celebration - Kenneth Downie
    Guide me, O thou great Jehovah - John Hughes arr. Kenneth Downie
    Cornet feature: Always cheerful - Ian Clarke
    Soon and very soon - Andrae Crouch arr Robinson
    Salvation Army South Africa 120 - Norman Bearcroft
    Flugel/Trumpet solo: Blessed Assurance - Stephen Bulla
    Evening Hymn - Ray Steadman-Allen
    Trombone Solo: Somewhere over the rainbow - arr. Norman Bearcroft
    Daniel - Barry Gott
    Marche Militaire Francaise - Saint-Saens

    Take your pick from that.

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