Leyland Band - St. Mary's Church, Leyland

Discussion in 'The Auditorium - Concert Details' started by bassinthebathroom, Apr 17, 2009.

  1. bassinthebathroom

    bassinthebathroom Active Member

    Leyland will push the boat out for the fourth consecutive year in this annual charity concert to raise funds for the Royal National Lifeboat Institute.

    Advanced tickets available from Colette Clark - 01772 433450 and Peter Ball - 01772 423367.

    Sunday 19th April - 7.30pm

    St Mary's RC Church,
    Broadfield Drive,
    Leyland,
    Preston,
    PR25 1PD.


    Programme;
    Conductor: Jason Katsikaris
    Fanfare and National Anthem (arr. Jacob)
    Knight Templar (George Allen)
    Capriccio Espagnol (Rimsky-Korsakov arr. Wilkinson)
    Londonderry Air (Trad arr. Richards) Flugel soloist: Nicky Longden
    Bolero (Ravel arr. Snell)
    When The Stars Began To Fall (Trad/Allen arr. McKnight)
    The Hustle (Van McCoy arr. Ashmore)
    Somewhere Over The Rainbow (Arlen/Harburg) Baritone soloist: Katrina Marzella
    Music (Miles arr. Broadbent)
    --Interval--
    Rock Around the Clock (Haley arr. Westwood)
    One Day I'll Fly Away (Crawford arr. McKnight) Tenor horn soloist: Kate Eggleshaw
    When I'm 64 (Lennon/McCartney arr. Fernie)
    Brasilia (Dewhurst) Trombone soloist: Danny Brooks
    McArthur Park (Webb arr. Catherall)
    Improvisation for Euphonium Euphonium soloist: Matthew White
    Chorale Prayer (Melita) from Images for Brass (Stephen Bulla)
    Procession to the Minster (Wagner arr. Snell)
     
  2. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    No Padstow Lifeboat ?

    You should also try to get hold of Simon Dobson's "Penlee" for a future occasion.

    Hope it all goes well ;)
     
  3. Ali

    Ali Member

    We have already got "Penlee" Peter as we played it at the Festival of Brass earlier in the year, but I guess it was deemed a bit to heavy for the program thats been selected for the concert.
     
  4. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Fair enough - I know you've got to tailor these things according to the audience as well as the cause. Good idea to include the Bulla setting.
     
  5. David Chaulk

    David Chaulk New Member

    I hope Jason has recovered from his recent few weeks at home. ;) We really miss him Downunder.
     

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