Recent concert programmes

Discussion in 'The Auditorium - Concert Details' started by dyl, May 1, 2007.

  1. WoodenFlugel

    WoodenFlugel Moderator Staff Member

    I dunno - but I heard someone in the audience say it was a bit ruff....;)
     
  2. Bryan_sop

    Bryan_sop Active Member

    We're doing a series of concerts in and around around Cambridgeshire Churches throughout the year. We started the series in September last year and have so far done the concert in Isleham, Hollywell, Yaxley, Little Downham, and last Saturday, Kimbolton Churches. Future concerts (which are all listed in the tMP calender and on 4br) include Glatton, Stilton, Wisbech, Buckden, Over, Godmanchester, and St Ives Churches. The program we've played for the series so far is:

    1. Beatrice & Benedict - Hector Berlioz (1803-1869): arr Keith Wilkinson

    2. Alleluia - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791): arr Harry Mortimer
    Cornet soloist: Richard Hull

    3. Labour & Love - Percy Fletcher (1879-1932):

    4. Midnight Euphonium - Goff Richards: (b.1944)
    Euphonium soloist: Cliff Wilkinson

    5. A Moorside Suite - Gustav Holst: (1874-1934)
    1) Scherzo 2) Nocturne 3) March

    Interval

    1. Fantasy on British Sea Songs - Gordon Langford (b.1930)

    2. Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana - Pietro Mascagni (1863- 1945) arr Gordon Langford
    Cornet soloist: Richard Hull

    3. Elegy from the Downland Suite - John Ireland: (1879-1962)

    4. Variations on Laudate Dominum - Edward Gregson: (b.1945) Introduction, Five Variations and Theme and Finale

    For the future concerts, there is (hopefully!) 1 change in the program. I will be playing 'On with the Motley' in place of 'Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana'
     
  3. smaca

    smaca Active Member

    Concert programme for tomorrow night(11th May)

    Olympic Fanfare and Theme
    Abduction from Seraglio
    Rusalkas Song to the Moon
    Singin' in the Rain
    In Perfect Peace
    Poinciana
    Rainy Day
    Glorifico

    INTERVAL

    Scots Wha Hae
    Londonderry Air
    Greensleeves
    For the Love of a Princess
    Surrender
    Breezin down Broadway
    Pines of Rome

    Encore---Caravan
     
  4. Maestro

    Maestro Active Member

    I thought that was written by BACH!!!:oops:
     
  5. grahammck

    grahammck Member

    Saints did a concert for the Red Cross in Wargrave last night. Here's the programme:

    Fanfare and Flourishes - James Curnow
    Fame and Glory - Albert Matt
    The Shepherds Song - Canteloupe arr. Goff Richards
    Famous British Marches - arr. Gordon Langford
    The Old Hundredth - L. Bourgeoise
    Sullivan At Sea
    Amazing Grace - trad. arr. William Himes
    Toccata from Suite Gothique - Leon Boellmann arr. Eric Ball
    Pomp and Circumstance No.1 - Edward Elgar arr. Ord-Hume

    2nd half:*
    Malaguena - Lecuona arr. Mark Freeh
    On The Quarter Deck - Kenneth J Alford
    Georgia On My Mind - Hoagy Carmichael arr. Alan Morrison
    The Irish Blessing - J E Bacak arr. Stephen Bradnum
    Ruby Tuesday - Jagger & Richards arr. Alan Catherall
    Crimond - J S Irvine arr Goff Richards
    Pirates of the Caribbean - Klaus Badelt arr. Bruce Fraser
    Someone to Watch Over Me - George Gershwin arr Alan Fernie
    Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom - John Williams arr Ray Farr
     
  6. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Salvation Army Symphonic Wind Ensemble at Margate, 19th May 2007:

    Breathe Dorothy Gates
    Cornerstone Andrew Mackereth
    Congregational song: There is a redeemer
    Power of your love trans Martin Taylor
    This Little Light James Curnow (flute soloist Stella Mackereth)
    Margate Singing Company
    SPA (School of Performing Arts) Andrew Mackereth

    Interval

    Amazing Race Andrew Mackereth
    Congregational song: Wake up, o sleeper
    Make his praise glorious Bill Wolaver
    Variations on "Michael" Michael Babb
    The potter's hand Andrew Mackereth
    Margate Singing Company
    I'm in His hands Laeger, arr Dorothy Gates
    March: Rejouissance Alan Laken
     
  7. Jan H

    Jan H Moderator Staff Member

    This is what we played yesterday, in a joint concert with another local band:

    Kon. Fanfare Kempenbloei Achel, Overpelt 19 May 2007
    conductor Ivan Meylemans

    1. The Swan on the Hill (Jan Van der Roost) - great opening piece!
    2. Suite (Jan Segers) - a real classic...
    3. The Maid of the Moor (Goff Richards / tr. Marten van der Wal) - Flugel solo: Kristien Schuurmans
    4. Stonehenge (Jan Van der Roost / tr. Tom D'Joos) - if you don't know this piece, get the Sun Life recording!
    5. Napoli (Herman Belstedt / arr. Gordon Langford) - Euphonium solo: Renato Meli
    6. Clog Dance (from Brassed Off)
    7. Adventures of the Beaumé (Harrie Janssen) - a fun march to end the program
    bis: Sabre dance (Aram Khachaturian / Molenaar arrangement) - horrible :( but the audience seems to like it :-?
     
    Last edited: May 20, 2007
  8. David Mann

    David Mann Member

    Dunchurch Band Spring Spectacular "The British Brass Band" - 12th May. In addition to featuring all sections of the band we had an audio-visual display, historic photographs and instruments for people to try. Anyway, the programme:

    The Thunderer Sousa arr. Mortimer
    Rusalka's song to the moon, cornet solo, Dvorak arr. Langford
    Trumpets Wild, front row cornet feature, Walters
    Nellie the Elephant, bass feature, Butler & Hart arr Pearce
    Perhaps Love, euph and bari feature, Denver arr. Fraser
    Floral Dance, Moss arr. Broadbent (we know our audience!!)
    Cavatina, back row cornet feature, Myers arr. Broadbent
    I Got Rhythm, Gershwin arr. Fernie

    March "High Summer" from "The Seasons", Wilby
    Pie Jesu, sop and flugel feature, Lloyd-Webber arr. RS-A
    The Swinging Bones, trom feature, Duke
    New York New York, Kaner arr. Roberts
    We've Only Just Begun, horn feature, Williams/Nichols arr. Ashmore
    Little Lisa, percussion feature, Warr arr. Boddington
    Music, Miles arr. Sparke

    The concert also featured items from the training band and beginners' group. Congratulations to all those who stood up and played for the first time in public!
     
  9. stotty74

    stotty74 Member

    Our concert in Chester on Saturday night consisted of:

    Toccata G.Frescobaldi Arr.J.Curnow
    The Thievish Magpie G.Rossini Arr.D.Wright
    Songs My Mother Taught Me (Cornet Solo) Dvorak
    Victory For Me W.Heaton
    Deep Inside The Sacred Temple (Euph Duet) G.Bizet Arr.K.Wilkinson
    Scaramouche D.Milhaud Arr.H.Snell
    Suite Gothique - Toccata (4th Mov.) L.Boellmann

    Interval

    Nibelungen March R.Wagner Arr G.Grant
    Star Wars J.Williams Arr.R.Farr
    I’ll Walk With God G.Richards
    Spinning Song (Xylophone Solo) F.Mendelssohn Arr.H.Snell
    The Ashokan Farewell J.Ungar Arr.A.Fernie
    Cuentame M.Transfer
    Riverdance B.Whelan Arr.R.Farr

    Encore
    Mecklenburg J.J. Richards Arr. T Wyss

    Programme seemed to go down really well, but band were shattered after!!
     
  10. Ipswich trom

    Ipswich trom Member

    Cochetser bandstand, Sunday 27th May.

    • Stars and Stripes Forever Sousa
    • Light Cavalry Suppe
    • Hey Jude (Horn Feature) Lennon/McCartney
    • Swedish Folk Song arr. Graham
    • Selections from 'Grease' arr. Duncan
    • Thunderbirds Barry
    • Light Walk Gott
    • It's All Right (Trombone Feature) Cole Porter
    • Pirates of the Caribbean : Dead Man's Chest Hans Zimmer
    • Ruby Tuesday Rolling Stones
    ------------ (Interval)
    • Cornish Cavalier Moyle
    • Stingray arr. Smith
    • L’il Darlin’ Neil Hefti arr. Sparke
    • Soul Bossa Nova arr. Duncan
    • Serenade Derek Bourgeois
    • Padstow Lifeboat Arnold
    • Malaguena arr. Freeh
    • Jerusalem C. H. H. Parry
    • Fantasia on British Sea Songs Henry Wood
    • Born Free Barry arr.
     
  11. IYOUNG

    IYOUNG Member

    Had the chance to play this with Maidenhead SA band last week

    Recommend it very cleverly done!

    Ian
     
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  12. Jan H

    Jan H Moderator Staff Member

    12th annual spring concert by the Noord-Limburgse Brass Band
    2 June 2007, Peer
    conductor: Ivan Meylemans

    Jubilee Prelude (Philip Sparke)
    Remembrance Day (Jacob de Haan)
    Poem à la Carte (Manfred Schneider / arr. Anton Weeren) - trombone solo fantastically played by Walter Hoeks
    David of the White Rock (trad. / arr. G.H. Willcocks)
    Montage (Peter Graham)

    - interval -

    Gaelforce (Peter Graham)
    Holy, Holy, Holy (John Bacchus Dikes / arr. James Curnow)
    Sosban Fach (Gareth Wood)
    Soul Bossa Nova (Quincy Jones / arr. Andrew Duncan) - with audience interaction ánd conductor Ivan Meylemans in full disco outfit including enormous Dame Edna glasses and a purple afro-wig: HILARIOUS!
    Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (Lennon/McCartney / arr. Goff Richards)

    encores:
    Malaguena
    something from the "little red book"
     
  13. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Becontree Brass, Eastbourne Bandstand, 23/06/07:

    1. Mack and Mabel -- Jerry Herman arr Keith Wilkinson
    2. A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square -- Maschwitz and Sherwin arr Alan Fernie
    3. New York New York -- John Kander and Fred Ebb arr William Rumford
    4. Ground Force -- Jim Parker
    5. Oklahoma - Rodgers & Hammerstein arr Dennis Wright
    6. March from the Great Escape - Elmer Bernstein arr Martin Ellerby
    7. Memory - Andrew Lloyd Webber arr Goff Richards
    8. Breezin' Down Broadway! -- Various arr Goff Richards
    9. The Vicar of Dibley -- Howard Doodall arr Bram Wiggins
    10. Pirates of the Caribbean -- Klaus Badelt arr Bruce Fraser
    11. Keep Smiling Through (Medley) -- Various arr Darrol Barry
    12. Soul Bossa Nova -- Quincy Jones arr Andrew Duncan
    13. The Sound of Music Selection -- Rodgers and Hammerstein arr Denis Wright
    14. The National Anthem - Traditional
     
  14. WoodenFlugel

    WoodenFlugel Moderator Staff Member

    Wigston Senior band and Intermediate band - Guthlaxton College 23/06/07

    Senior Band
    The New Colonial March - R.B. Hall
    Cavalleria Rusticana (Intermezzo and Easter song) - Mascagni arr. Wright
    Napoli (Euphonium Solo) - Bellstedt arr. Brand
    Chason de Matin - Elgar arr. Wright

    Intermediate Band
    J.F Rock - Liz Hawke
    Floral Dance - Trad. arr. Gary Young
    Sister Act (I will follow Him) - arr Van Kraeydonck

    Senior Band
    Forgotten Dreams - Anderson arr. Kerwin
    Maids of Cadiz (Cornet solo) - Delibes arr. Langford
    On With the Motley (Soprano Cornet solo) - Leoncavallo arr. Farr
    Music - Miles arr. Sparke

    Massed Bands
    Meet the Flintstones - arr. Van Kraeydonck

    Senior Band
    Where Eagles Sing - Lovatt-Cooper
    Tuba Mukl (Eb Bass solo) - Trad. arr. Fernie
    Over the Rainbow (Flugel solo) Arlen & Harburg arr. Farr
    Drummers Delight (Percussion feature) - Siebert
    Razzazza Mazzazza (Trombone feature) - Arthur Pryor arr. Smith
    Birdland - Zawinul arr. Sparke
    Honey Pie - Lennon McCartney arr. Smith
    Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral - Wagner arr. Himes

    Trust me after that lot we knew we'd done a concert!! ;)
     
  15. MattB

    MattB Member

    Our programme for this sunday at the Navigation Inn is as follows:

    March from The Great Escape
    Dear Lord & Father of Mankind
    He Aint Heavy He's My Brother (Horn solo)
    Swing Low Sweet Chariot
    Siesta (from Caribbean Cameo)
    Guaglione
    Hymn to the Fallen
    Slaidburn

    Amparito Roca
    St Anne
    Misty (Flugel solo)
    When Jonny Comes Marching Home Again
    Teddy Bears Picnic
    Pastorale
    Ticket to Ride
    Angels
    Born Free

    Dusted off a few old classics there haven't I!! Should be a fun gig!

    Matt.
     
  16. Russian Winter

    Played a programme called "Russian Winter" featuring Shostakovich amongst others coz it was his 100th birthday. It was an exceptional programme, but quite difficult to play:

    Programme

    Sergej PROKOFIEW (1891 – 1953) Troika
    arr. Alan Fernie

    Alexander BORODIN (1833 – 1887) Polovtsian Dances
    arr. Eddie Huckridge

    Sergej RACHMANINOW (1873 – 1943) Adagio
    arr. Ray Farr // Cornet: Lorenz Berta

    Dimitri SCHOSTAKOWITSCH (1906 – 1975) Festive Overture Op. 96
    arr. Peter Kitson

    Dimitri SCHOSTAKOWITSCH Romance from „The Gadfly"
    arr. Goff Richards

    Michail IPPOLITOW-IWANOW (1859 – 1935) Procession of the Sirdar
    arr. Philip Sparke

    Léo DELIBES (1836 – 1891) Duet from „Lakmé“
    arr. James Curnow
    Cornet: Stephan Weibel // Flügelhorn: Markus Binggeli

    Dimitri SCHOSTAKOWITSCH 2nd Waltz from „Jazz Suite“
    arr. Alan Fernie

    Mykola LEONTOWITSCH (1877 – 1921) Ukrainian Bell Carol
    arr. Philip Sparke

    Peter TSCHAIKOWSKY (1840 – 1893) Finale from Symphony Nr. 2 Op. 17 "the little russian"
    arr. William Gordon
     
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  17. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Cambridge Heath Brass, at The Church of St John of Jerusalem,
    South Hackney, Monday 2nd July 2007:

    Festival march: Universal Message - Leslie Condon

    Edward Hallinan (tuba):
    Cello suite No 1 in G (Menuets 1 & 2) - Bach

    Princethorpe Variations - Kenneth Downie

    Andrea Hazell (mezzo soprano):
    Habanera from Carmen - Bizet
    Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta voix (Samson & Delilah) - Saint-Saens
    Vilia (Marry Widow) - Lehar

    Meditation: The Compassionate Christ - Dean Goffin

    Edward Hallinan:
    Romanza (Tuba concerto in F minor) - Vaughan Williams
    Bass in the ballroom - Roy Newsome

    Siciliano (Little Suite No 1) - Malcolm Arnold

    March (A Moorside Suite) - Gustav Holst


    Andrea Hazell:
    Smoke gets in your eyes - Jerome Kern
    Can't help lovin' that man (Show Boat) - Jerome Kern
    The Saga of Jenny (Lady in the Dark) - Kurt Weill

    The Call of the Righteous - Leslie Condon

    March: Keep Singing - Patrick Rivers
     
  18. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Hadleigh Temple Band, Proms in the Park, Mulberry House, Ongar, Sunday 8th July 2007

    Grand March "Aida" - Verdi arr Wright

    "Mid all the traffic" (Shenandoah) - arr Len Ballantine

    "One Voice" - Manilow, arr Ray Farr

    March "Concord" - Richard Spicer

    "Love changes everything" - Andrew Lloyd Webber, arr Bulla
    (vocal soloist Brian Hillson)

    "Radetsky march" - Strauss

    "Themes from Schubert's 5th Symphony" - arr Brian Bowen
    (second movement)

    "Fantasia on British Sea Songs" - Henry Wood arr Wright

    "Pomp & Circumstance March No 1" - Edward Elgar arr Ord Hume

    "Jerusalem" - Hubert Parry arr Jakeway


    The "Songs of Praise" later in the afternoon, recorded for future broadcast on local radio, included the hymn tune arrangement "St Margaret" and the march "Under Two Flags".
     
  19. ROBTHEDOG

    ROBTHEDOG Member

    Derwent Brass - St Helens Church, Etwall,
    Derbyshire - Saturday July 7th 2007

    Festive Overture
    Dmitri Shostakovich
    Arr Keith Wilkinson
    Lincoln Castle Music

    Fantasy on the Keel Row Trad
    Stephen Roberts - Tanglewind Music

    Concerto de Aranjuez (Flugel Solo Pam Davis)
    Joaquin Rodrigo
    Arr Alan Fernie
    Obrasso Verlag

    Pirates of the Caribbean
    Klaus Badelt/John Blanken
    Walt Disney Music

    Stingray
    Barry Gray
    Arr Sandy Smith
    Sony/ATM Music Publishing

    Dances with Wolves
    John Barry
    Arr Alan Fernie
    Obrasso Verlag

    The Black Knight
    William Rimmer
    Wright & Round

    Call of the Cossacks
    Peter Graham
    Gramercy Music (UK) Publications

    Interval

    Follow the Band
    Jack Peberdy
    Patterson's Publications Ltd

    Jazz Suite
    Barry Gott
    Studio Music Company

    42nd Street
    Harry Warren
    Arr Jon Bennett
    MMI Music

    In the Hall of the Mountain King (Bass Trom Solo Andy Deveraux)
    Edward Grieg
    Arr Bill Geldard
    Warwick Music

    Li'l Darlin
    Neal Hefti
    Arr Philip Sparke
    Studio Music Company

    Malageuna
    Ernesto Lecuona
    Arr Mark Freeh
    Carlin Music

    I'll Walk with God
    Nicholas Brodszky
    Arr Goff Richards
    Studio Music Company

    Finale from Symphony No 4
    Tchaikowsky
    Arr Derek Ashmore
    Hallamshire Music

    Montreal Citidel
    J.N. Audoire's
    Salvation Army

    And a good night was had by all !!
     
  20. andywooler

    andywooler Supporting Member

    Mid Sussex Brass - Eastbourne Bandstand 07/07/07 - Broadway Theme

    1. March - The Liberty Bell - J P Sousa - SPAMALOT
    2. Breezin' Down Broadway - arra Goff Richards,
    3. I Don't Know How to Love Him - Lloyd Webber arr. J Graham Walker, JC SUPERSTAR
    4. sOUTH PACIFIC - Richard Rogers - arr Denis Wright,
    5. Hot Toddy - Hendler/Flanagan arr Jack Peberdy pub Carlin Music/London Orchestrations
    6. Summertime - George Gershwin - arr Bolton & Banks, PORGY & BESS
    7. When I'm 64 - Lennon & McCartney, arr. Alan Fernie, CIRQUE DU SOLEIL "LOVE"
    8. MARY POPPINS - Rogers & Hammerstein arr D Wright
    9. Stardust, Hoagy Carmichael, arr Jimmy Howe
    10. I know him so well - Andersson, Rice & Ulvaeus, arr. James Howe CHESS
    11. Broadway Parade - Darrol Barry pub. Barnaerts Music
    12. Wunderbar, Cole porter arr. Goff Richards KISS ME KATE
    13. I got Rhythm, George gershwin, arr Alan Fernie GIRL CRAZY
    14. Sussex By The Sea, W Ward-Higgs, arr. M Retford
    15. Nat Anth

    Theme & Nat Anth part of contract.
     

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