Recent concert programmes

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

  1. simonbassbone

    simonbassbone Member

    Fulbourn & Teversham RBL Band at Meldreth Parish Church last Saturday (07/07/07), repeating most of it tonight at Fulbourn Manor.

    The British Legion March (sort of compulsary)
    There's No Business Like Show Business
    I Dreamed A Dream
    Meditation: God So Loved The World
    Anglian Dances
    Share My Yolk (cornet solo)
    Wings & Wheels (written for us & Marshalls Motor Group/Airport by Keith Manners)

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    Death Or Glory
    Light As Air
    Prelude on Deep Harmony
    The Pink Panther
    Wandrin' Star (bass trombone solo)
    The Essential Joseph
    The Great Escape
     
  2. Jan H

    Jan H Moderator Staff Member

    At the start of our 4 week summer break, we played a short concert, just for our "die hard fans". In fact it was a massed band concert of our senior band and youth band. The program included (not in this order):

    The Swan on the Hill (Jan Van der Roost)
    Clog Dance (John Marcangelo, from Brassed Off)
    Melody in Five (Jan Hadermann)
    The Maid of the Moor (Goff Richards)
    Day-O (The Banana Boat Song) (Irving Burgie)
    Backdraft (Hans Zimmer)
    Napoli (Herman Bellstedt/arr. Gordon Langford)
    Adventures of The Beaumé (Harrie Jansen)
    Sabre dance (Aram Khatchaturian)
    The Best of Stevie Wonder (arr. Iwai Naohiro)

    Especially the Stevie Wonder piece is ace!
     
  3. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Becontree Brass at Pine Walk Bandstand, Bournemouth, 11th Aug 07

    First programme:

    1. 2nd suite in F -- Gustav Holst
    2. Mr Jums -- Chris Hazell arr Alan Catherall
    3. Goldfinger -- John Barry arr William Relton
    4. Bandology -- Eric Osterling
    5. A London Celebration -- Peter Graham
    6. The Shepherd's Song -- arr Goff Richards
    7. Lullaby:Suo Gan from Day of the Dragon -- arr Peter Graham
    8. Appalachian Mountain Folk Song Suite -- James Curnow
    9. Hymn to the Fallen -- John Williams arr. Klaas van der Woude
    10. The Black Knight -- William Rimmer
    11. Amazing Grace -- trad arr William Himes
    12. The Sound of Music Selection -- Rodgers and Hammerstein arr Denis Wright

    2nd programme:

    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. Mid all the traffic -- arr Ballantine
    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. Vitae Lux -- Frode Alnaes arr. Torstein Aagard-Nilsen
    14. Oklahoma - Rodgers & Hammerstein arr Dennis Wright
     
  4. Brian Kelly

    Brian Kelly Active Member

    Flixton Band at Vernon Park, Stockport, on Sunday 29 July 2007

    1. Mephistopheles (Shipley Douglas)
    2. Overture: Mack and Mabel (Jerry Herman arr. Keith Wilkinson)
    3. Cornet solo: My Love is Like a Red, Red, Rose (trad. arr. Gordon
    Langford)
    soloist: Katie Tyson
    4. Reflections in Nature (Robert Redhead)
    5. Cute (Neal Hefti arr. Philip Sparke)
    6. The Girl I Left Behind Me (trad. arr. Gordon Langford)
    "On Show"
    7. No Business Like Show Business (Irving Berlin arr. Goff Richards)
    8. I Dreamed a Dream (Claude-Michel Schonberg arr. Darrol Berry)
    9. Let's Face the Music and Dance (Irving Berlin arr. Goff Richards)

    Interval

    10. The Goat (Iain McKnight)
    11. Berne Patrol (trad. arr. Elgar Howarth)
    12. Wandrin' Star (Frederick Loewe arr. Alan Fernie)
    soloist: Brian Kelly
    Beatles in Brass
    13. Ticket to Ride (John Lennon / Paul McCartney arr. Alan Fernie)
    14. Horn feature: Hey Jude (John Lennon / Paul McCartney arr. Derek
    Broadbent)
    soloists: Nikki Williamson (flugel), Mona Byskov Hylgaard, Andrew Vail,
    Nichola Hill
    The Spirit of the States
    15. Amazing Grace (trad. arr. William Himes)
    16. Marching Through Georgia (trad. arr. Goff Richards)
    17. Manhattan Spiritual (Billy Maxted arr. Timothy Paton)
    Finale
    18. Gaelforce (Peter Graham)
     
    Last edited: Aug 14, 2007
  5. stephenmrry

    stephenmrry Member

    Our last concert went bit like this

    The Champions
    The arcadians
    For a Few Dollars More(cornet solo)
    Ill walk with God
    Softly as I Leave you
    Trittico

    Youth Band and Recorder Group

    Midwest
    Sir Duke
    Light Walk
    Bold Gendarnes
    Sparkling Diamonds
    And the Band Played On

    Also in folders for next concert is The Gael Gabriels Oboe Aces High The good the bad and the ugly The Galumaufry Suite(test piece for 2nd Grade brass at NIBA Championships in October) and possibly a whole array of film music
     
    Last edited: Aug 14, 2007
  6. Jan H

    Jan H Moderator Staff Member

    Our last concert was:

    Euro Celebration (André Waignein)
    Stonehenge (Jan Van der Roost)
    Evensong (Bart Wuilmus)
    Sword of Honour (Tom De Haes)
    Maid of the Moor (Goff Richards)
    Napoli (Herman bellstedt arr. Geoffry Brand)
    Do You Know Where You're Going To (Diana Ross arr. Rieks van der Velde)
    Call of The Cossacks (Peter Graham) (all 5 parts)
    Adventures of the Beaumé (Harrie Jansen)

    encores

    Sabre Dans (A. Khatchaturian)
    Clog Dance
     
  7. ROBTHEDOG

    ROBTHEDOG Member

    We did 2nd half prog at Wirksworth this Saturday


    Kings Hunting Jig (Elizabethan Court Music - Howarth)
    Quasi una Fantasia Beethoven, by Ludwig van Beethoven last mvt (arr Leonard)
    The Paragon (Dave Neville)
    Fantasy on the Keel Row - Steve Roberts
    Dances with Wolves
    Concerto D' Orange Juice (Flug Solo arr Fernie)
    Cossack Wedding Dance from Call of the Cossacks (Peter Graham)

    plus

    Pomp & Circumstance & Jerusalem as it was last night of Proms
     
    Last edited: Sep 10, 2007
  8. Brian Kelly

    Brian Kelly Active Member

    Flixton Band Anniversary Concert 29 September 2007 at Urmston Leisure Centre, marking 130 years since the formation of the original Flixton band and 40 years since the re-formation of the current Flixton Band.


    National Anthem
    March: "The Flixtonians" (Iain McKnight)
    "Jubilee Overture" (Philip Sparke)
    Cornet solo: "Share My Yoke" (Joy Webb arr. Ivor Bosanko)
    Soloist Katie Tyson
    "Reflections in Nature" (Robert Redhead)
    "The Sword and the Star" (Andrew Baker)
    Tenor Horn solo: "The Lark in the Clear Air" (trad. arr. Gordon Langford)
    Soloist Mona Byskov
    "I'll Walk with God" (Nicholas Brodszky arr. Goff Richards)
    "Prisms" (Peter Graham)

    INTERVAL

    "Prelude for an Occasion" (Edward Gregson)
    "Selection from 'The Producers'" (Mel Brookes arr. Iain McKnight)
    Flugel Horn solo: "The Folks Who Live on the Hill" (Jerome Kern arr. Goff Richards)
    Soloist Nikki Williamson
    "Blue Rondo a la Turk" (Dave Brubeck arr. Kevin Edwards)
    Euphonium solo "Valse" (arr. Mark Freeh)
    Soloist Mike Rowley
    "Cute" (Neil Hefti arr. Philip Sparke)
    "Gaelforce" (Peter Graham)
    Encore: "Entry of the Gladiators" (Fucik)
     
  9. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    International Staff Band at Enfield, 29th September 2007

    Concertante for cornets and band - Stephen Bulla
    Nothing but thy blood - Donna Peterson, arr Simon Gash
    Cristo Redentor - Steven Ponsford
    Song of exultation - Norman Bearcroft (Kevin Ashman, cornet)
    Canaan's Land - Peter Graham (Derick Kane, euphonium)
    Psalm 91 - Stuart Watson
    The Holy War - Ray Steadman-Allen

    Interval

    On duty! - Paul Sharman
    Virtuosity - Kenny Baker (Philip Cobb, trumpet)
    Wade in the water - Len Ballantine
    Blessing and honour - Paul Sharman
    When I survey - Olaf Ritman (trombone feature)
    Vocal solo: Damian Wileman
    Supremacy - Dean Jones

    Encore: Toccata - Bach, arr Ray Farr
     
  10. Ipswich trom

    Ipswich trom Member

    Our concert yesterday evening at Attleborough Parish Church. All Malcolm Arnold in the the town where he lived for the last 25 years of his life. Sell out audience. An absolutely brilliant evening.

    Fanfare for a Festival
    Little Suite No.1
    Four Scottish Dances arr. Ray Farr
    Prelude, Dance & March (World Premiere - new arrangement of Little Suite for Orchestra no.1 by Robin Norman)
    Fantasy for Brass Band

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    Padstow Lifeboat
    Grand Grand Festival Overture (for 3 vacuum cleaners, floor polisher and band) arr. Andy Duncan
    Fantasy for Solo Tuba
    Four Cornish Dances arr. Ray Farr
    Little Suite No. 2
    Peterloo Overture arr. Andy Duncan

    Encore
    March from Bridge on the River Kwai (world premiere of new band arrangement by Robin Norman).
     
  11. Morghoven

    Morghoven Member

    Stourport on Severn Brass Band
    Rose Theatre, Kidderminster - 16th November 2007

    There's no business like show business (Berlin arr. Goff Richards)
    Celebration (Leslie Condon)
    Demelza - tenor horn solo (Hugh Nash)
    Toccata from Symphonic Suite for Band (Leighton Lucas)
    Pirates of the Caribbean (Badelt arr. John Blanken)
    The eve of the war (Jeff Wayne arr. Steve Sykes)
    Serenade (Derek Bourgeois)
    Festivity (Leslie Condon)

    Interval

    The Muppet Show Theme (Henson & Pottle arr. Philip Harper)
    Toccata in D minor (J S Bach arr. Ray Farr)
    Benedictus from The Armed Man - euphonium solo (Jenkins arr. Tony Small)
    Knight Templar (George Allen)
    Vitae Lux (Frode Alnaes arr. Torstein Aagaard-Nilsen)
    Lightwalk (Barrie Gott)
    The day thou gavest (Scholefield arr. Philip Wilby)
    Gaelforce (Peter Graham)
    Encore: Malaguena (Lecuona arr. Mark Freeh)
     
  12. andyp

    andyp Active Member

    Eccleston Band @ Croston Methodist Church, Friday 23/11/07

    National Anthem
    Entry of the Gladiators
    Jurassic Park
    The Bells Of Peover (cornet solo)
    Mack the Knife
    Cornet Carillon (aaaaaaargh - but it's a request!)
    Tara's Theme
    I Dreamed a Dream
    Procession to the Minster (Himes)
    -interval-
    Cortege from "Mlada"
    I don't know how to love him (cornet solo - not me this time, 11 year old 3rd cornet.)
    Let's Face The Music and Dance
    Hymn To The Falllen arr. Sparke (love this one)
    Dam Busters March
    A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square
    Wandrin' Star (bass trom solo)
    Ardross Castle (from "Hymn of the Highlands")
    encore - Radetsky March - with audience participation!
     
  13. repiano83

    repiano83 New Member

    Brass Band Sursilvana (Current Swiss Champion in the 1th Section) 10./11. Nov.

    Where Eagles Sing (Paul Lovatt-Cooper)
    Pentacle (Graham Cole)
    The Piper O'Dundee (Kenneth Downie)
    Adagio (Samuel Barber, Arr. William Gordon)
    The 9th of January (Shostakovich, Arr. Denzil Stephens)

    Interval

    The Champions (George Willcocks)
    Concertino Classico (Joseph Horovitz)
    Braveheart Suite (James Horner, Arr. Andrew Duncan)
    Rhapsody for Trombone (Gordon Langford)
    Minuano (Metheny & Mays, Arr. Ray Farr)

    Encores:
    Riverdance (Bill Whelan, Arr. Ray Farr)
    Erin Shore (Arr. Leigh Baker)
     
  14. Brian Kelly

    Brian Kelly Active Member

    Flixton Band at the Old Coach House, Littleborough, Saturday 24 November 2007.


    March: "Mephistopheles" (F.C. Shipley Douglas)
    "No Business Like Show Business" (Irving Berlin arr. Goff Richards)
    Flugel Horn solo: "The Folks Who Live on the Hill" (Jerome Kern arr. Goff Richards)
    Soloist Nikki Williamson
    "Let's Face the Music and Dance" (Irving Berlin arr. Goff Richards)
    "The Girl I Left Behind Me" (Trad. arr. Gordon Langford)
    Bass Trombone solo: "Wanderin' Star" (Frederick Lowe arr. Alan Fernie)
    Soloist Brian Kelly
    "Mid All the Traffic" (Trad. arr. Leonard Ballantine)
    "Flight" from "Northern Landscapes" (Peter Graham)

    INTERVAL

    "Famous British Marches" (Trad. arr. Gordon Langford)
    "I Dreamed A Dream" (Claude-Michel Schoenberg arr. Darrol Barry)
    Cornet Solo:"Share My Yoke" (Joy Webb arr. Ivor Bosanko)
    Soloist Katie Tyson
    "Amazing Grace" (Trad. arr. William Himes)
    "Dam Busters March" (Eric Coates arr. Dawson)
    "Fantasia on British Sea Songs" (Henry Wood arr. Denis Wright)
    "Jerusalem" (C.H. Hubert Parry arr. Ronald Hanmer)
    "Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1" (Edward Elgar arr. J. Ord Hulme)
    Encore: "Radetsky March" (Johann Strauss II arr. Pat Ryan)
     
  15. WoodenFlugel

    WoodenFlugel Moderator Staff Member

    Wigston Band concert at Little Addington Church 30th Nov 2007.

    March: The New Colonial
    Pirates of the Carribbean
    Pie Jesu - Sop/Flugel duet
    Honey Pie
    The first Nowell (from the red carol books)
    Razzaza Mazzaza - Trombone section feature
    Pastorale from "A Christmas Tryptich"
    Birdland

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    Comedy Tonight
    Christmas Fantasy
    Stop the Cavalry - Euph/Eb Bass feature
    Greensleeves
    The Bombasto
    Gaudete
    Theme From the Snowman
    Jingle Bells
    O Come all ye Faithful
    We Wish You a Merry Christmas
     
  16. Masterblaster jnr

    Masterblaster jnr Active Member

    Thurlstone had their first christmas concert in Barnsley where we did:

    Christmas Joy
    Christmas Festival
    The Way We Were
    Schneewaltzer
    Rudolph
    Solitaire
    Let it snow

    The Muppet Show Theme
    The Snowman
    Elephant Love Medley from moulin rouge
    Candlelight Carol
    White christmas
    Christmas Swingalong
    A Time For Peace
    Christmas At Last
     
  17. DMBabe

    DMBabe Supporting Member

    Concert on the 30th November included
    Come follow the band
    Streets of London (tenor horn solo)
    I got rhythm
    Lament from cry of the celts (Euph feature)
    Scots March Medley
    Everytime we say goodbye (trombone solo)
    She moved through the fair, also known in our band as she fell through the flair(as in floor), (baritone and Flugel feature)
    Hello Dolly
    Irish Blessing (feturing quartet of flugel,horn,bari and euph)
    Wild mountain thyme (flugel solo)
    Procession to the covenant
    and to pander to the xmas market......
    Schneewalzer
    Rudolph the red nosed reindeer
    Jingle bells (super cheesey ashmore arrangement)

    Sure there was more but can't remember what! it was so long ago........:confused:

     
  18. tubafran

    tubafran Active Member

    Hi, who is this arrangement by and which publisher?
     
  19. BrightonHove

    BrightonHove Member

    Brighton & Hove City Brass held their Christmas Concert in Henfield Village Hall last night. Our programme was:

    Cry of the Celts (Ronan Hardiman Arr Peter Graham)
    Festive Prelude (Stephen Bulla)
    White Christmas (Irving Berlin Arr. Philip Sparke)
    Fast Fingers - Cornet Trio (Simon Kerwin)
    Les Miserablés Trilogy (Claude-Michel Schonberg Arr Matthew Hackett)
    Jingle Bells March (Jacob Larsen)
    Audience Choice - There's No Business Like Show Business (Irving Berlin Arr Goff Richards)
    I'd Give My Life For You-from Miss Saigon (Claude-Michel Schonberg Arr Matthew Hackett)
    The Snowman (Howard Blake Arr Philip Sparke)
    Christmas Piece (Goff Richards)
    The Muppet Show (Jim Hensen/Sam Pottle Arr Philip Harper)
    A Christmas Festival (Leroy Anderson Arr James Woods)

    And four carols:
    Away In A Manger
    O Little Town of Bethlehem
    O Come All Ye Faithful
    Hark the Herald Angels Sing
     
  20. ploughboy

    ploughboy Active Member

    Our Village Christmas Concert last night

    Pop Looks Bach
    Jubilation
    Satchmo
    Birdland
    Christmas Song
    The Way we Were
    Santa Claus is Coming to Town
    Carribean Christmas

    Who is He
    Hallelujah
    When a Child is Born (trom solo)
    Frosty the Snowman
    Santa Claus-trophobia

    Jingle Bells - well you have to play some cheese!

    Also Carols in second half.
     

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