Live Concert Online 7.30pm Sunday 13th March

Discussion in 'The Auditorium - Concert Details' started by wrightsonm, Mar 12, 2011.

  1. wrightsonm

    wrightsonm New Member

    The University of York Brass Band will be broadcasting their concert this Sunday (13th March) live on the web!

    If you would like to tune in, the concert starts at 7.30pm.

    The concert features:
    12th St Rag (Cornet Feature)
    Music from The Incredibles
    Over the Rainbow (Horn Solo)
    Sparkling Diamonds
    and much more.

    All listeners will be able to post live comments whilst listening aswell!

    Hope to see you there (or on the comment feed at least!)

    Mark Wrightson
  2. Cornet_Matt

    Cornet_Matt Member

    Ooh, sounds good Mark! I'll defo be listening :p
  3. tubadaz

    tubadaz Member

    You'd better be playing as well!! :-D

    Daz the Shed :p
  4. wrightsonm

    wrightsonm New Member

    The programme for the concert is:

    Cornish Cavalier, W. E. Moyle
    Swedish Folk Song, Trad. arr.Peter Graham
    12th Street Rag, Euday L. Bowman arr. Jack Peberdy (Cornet Feature)
    Sparkling Diamonds, Jule Styne and Leo Robin arr. Sandy Smith
    Over the Rainbow, Arlen and Harburg arr. Goff Richards (Horn Solo)
    The Show Must Go On, Freddie Mercury arr. Jan van Kraeydonck


    Thunderbirds, Barry Gray arr. Frank Bryce
    David of the White Rock, Trad. arr. Philip Sparke
    In the Hall of the Mountain King, Grieg arr. Bill Geldar (Bass Trombone Solo)
    Rock Music III, Goff Richards
    The Young Amadeus, Mozart arr. Jan van Kraeydonck
    Music from The Incredibles, M. Giacchino arr. Jay Bocook arr. Philip Sparke
  5. Rapier

    Rapier Supporting Member

    And very good it was too. Thanks for telling us about it.
  6. tubadaz

    tubadaz Member

    Thank you for listening! :)

  7. wrightsonm

    wrightsonm New Member

    Thank you to everyone who tuned in and listened. We had listeners as far away as Chicago!
    Hopefully we may be able to get a live video feed for the next performance!

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