Recent concert programmes

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

  1. Cantonian

    Cantonian Active Member

    Was it?;)
     
  2. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member


    Thanks for spotting that, Mike - just testing;)

    (and yes, it was well, Alex is a fine player and it's an excellent arrangement that suits him to a tee!)
     
  3. jasdrum

    jasdrum New Member

    We have been playing pieces such as Indiana Jones, Irish Blessing, Strike Up the Band, Out of Africa, Lets Face the Music and Dance, Georgia on My Mind, Light Walk, Bohemian Rhapsody...... and many more!!
     
  4. Brian Kelly

    Brian Kelly Active Member

    "A night at the Movies" with Flixton Band, Urmston Leisure Centre, Saturday 12 July 2008

    Guest conductor: Phil Pavey

    There's No Business Like Show Business
    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
    Somewhere Over the Rainbow horn soloist Mona Byskov Hylgaard
    Chicken Run
    Concerto de Aranjuez flugel horn soloist Nikki Williamson
    Colonel Bogey
    Music of the Night
    Pirates of the Caribbean

    Interval

    I Will Follow Him trombone soloists Les Webb, Mark Willans, Brian Kelly
    Disney Fantasy
    Tara's Theme
    Born Free
    Another Fine Mess euphonium soloists Mike Rowley and Andrew Tyson
    Soul Bossa Nova
    James Bond Collection

    Encore: The Great Escape
     
    Last edited: Jul 13, 2008
  5. IYOUNG

    IYOUNG Member

    Next sunday 20th July Picnic in the park event in Henley as follows:-

    March: On the Kings Highway
    A Southern Gospel Suite
    Solitaire - sop solo
    Do Re Mi - from Sound of Music
    A Time For Us - Love theme from Romeo & Juliet or ''Our Tune''
    Things
    Pirates of the Carribean


    March: New Colonial
    Breezin Down Broadway
    L'il Darlin
    Ain't Misbehavin - Trombone solo
    I'm Gonna be 500 Miles
    Mamma Mia
    Singin In the Rain
    Great Escape

    Local Choir in between the band and 20 minutes proms style finale with the usual stuff

    Ian
     
  6. <nickw>

    <nickw> Member

    Programme

    Here's the exact programme for a concert I did last night. It was a outdoors family concert with proms music at the end, and fireworks going off, and also included some vocalists:

    National Anthem
    Death or Glory
    West Side Story
    Buster Strikes Back (Cornet Solo)
    Dances with Wolves
    Thomas the Tank Engine - for the kids
    No matter What
    Lord of the Dance (Frank Bernaert's Arrangement)
    Floral Dance

    INTERVAL

    Radetsky
    Love Changes Everything
    Macarthur Park
    All things Bright and Beatiful - Vocal (John Rutters Arrangement)
    You'll Never Walk Alone - Vocal
    Dambusters
    Fantasia on British Sea Songs
    Jerusalem
    Pomp and Circumstance No 1.
     
  7. eymsbrassband

    eymsbrassband Member

    The programme played by the East Yorkshire Motor Services Brass Band, on the 9th July, at the Priory Church, Bridlington. Conducted by Phillip McCann.


    Jubilee! Paul Drury
    The Beautiful Galathea Franz von Suppé arr. Gordon Langford
    La CaliffaEnnio Morricone arr. Stephen Hague Soprano Cornet Soloist – Kevin Moxon
    Hymns Of Praise arr. Goff Richards
    Mack The Knife Kurt Weill arr. Goff Richards
    The Children of Sanchez Chuck Mangione arr. Reid Gilje Flugel Horn Soloist – Kathy Newiss
    Trio Con Brio arr. Gordon Langford Tenor Horn Soloists – Alison Grantham, Garry Oglesby, & Karl Kirk
    You’ll Never Walk Alone Richard Rodgers arr. Howard Snell

    -

    Symphonic Marches John Williams arr. Hugo Verweg
    Somewhere In Time John Barry arr Klaas v.d. Woude
    Temptresses For Trombones arr. Roger Harvey Trombone Soloists - Mark Unsworth, David Howarth, & Alistair Shipman
    Michaelangelo Sigvart Dagsland arr. Frode Euphonium Soloist – Neil Johnson
    Glorifico Aeternum Dean Jones

    Encore - Irish Blessing arr. Stephen Bradnum
     
  8. Deltabrass

    Deltabrass Member

    Delta Brass Cheshire (brass ensemble) played the following programme last Friday in Wistaston Church Hall near Crewe.

    Prelude to te Deum (Charpentier arr. Lanning)
    Liberty Bell March (Sousa arr. Kingston)
    Misty (arr. Fernie) Cornet Soloist Tom Hancock
    As The Deer (Nystrom arr Wright)
    Dear Lord and Father (Parry arr. Hall)
    Toccata in D Minor (JS Bach)
    Irish Blessing (arr. Bradnum)
    Wonderful Tonight (Clapton arr. Thompson) Trombone Soloist Chris Thompson
    James Bond Theme (Norman arr. Kraeydonck)
    Finale from Orpheus in the Underworld (Offenbach)

    Queen In Concert (Mercury/May arr. Rogerson)
    Hymn to the Fallen (Williams arr. Thompson)
    Strangers In The Night (Kaempfert arr. Hancock/Thompson) Cornet Soloist Michael Pollitt
    Singin' In The Rain (arr. Fernie)
    The Great War (arr. Lanning)
    The Elephant (Saint-Saens arr. Kingston) Tuba Soloist Andrew Felton
    Rule The World (Take That)
    Sparks (Alford) Xylophone soloist Mark Thomas
    YMCA (J Morali arr. Taylor)

    Encore: Radetsky March
     
  9. David Mann

    David Mann Member

    Gretton Silver Band, Uppingham flower show, 3/8/08:
    Cornish Cavalier W E Moyle
    Ground Force Jim Parker
    Myfanwy Parry, Arr Denzil Stephens
    The Rose Amanda Mc Broom arr Frank Bernaerts
    The Entertainer Scott Joplin arr Frank Bryce
    Love Changes Everything Lloyd- Webber arr Stephen Bulla
    Mood Indigo Duke Ellington arr Siebert
    March of the Peers Arthur Sullivan arr Drake Rimmer

    New Colonial R B Hall
    The Lonely Mill Handel Lancaster
    A Swinging Safari Bert Kaempfert arr Siebert
    Annie's Song John Denver arr Derek Broadbent
    Those Magnificent Men Ron Goodwin arr Eric Banks
    Singin' in the rain Nacio Herb Brown arr. Fernie
    I will follow him Stole / Roma / Gimbel / Altman arr. Van Kraeydonck
    To Regions Fair Norman Bearcroft

    :clap: I'm really pleased that the band has worked hard to prepare enough music for 4 45min sessions, so we don't have to play the same stuff every time.
     
  10. Ipswich trom

    Ipswich trom Member

    • Ipswich & Norwich Co op Band, Rye Parish Church, Saturday 19th July.

    • Also Sprach Zarathustra R. Strauss Arr. Mortimer
    • Polovtsien Dances A. Borodin Arr. Huckridge
    • On with the Motley Leoncavallo Arr. Farr
    • Serenata Anderson Arr. Freeh
    • Flower Duet from “Lakme” Delibes. Arr. Curnow
    • The Saga of Haakon the Good P. Sparke


    • [*]Out of the Blue
      [*]Suite from “Ground Force” J. Parker
      [*]i. Ground Force
      [*]ii. Lament of the Dandelion
      [*]iii. Hornet’s Nest
      [*]My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose Traditional Arr. Langford
      [*]The Mask of Zorro Horner Arr. Smith
      [*]The Incredibles M. Giacchino Arr. Sparke
      [*]Hymn Tune : In Love For Me arr. Harper
      [*]Fugue : Graduation Day Philip Sparke
    1st UK performance of Haakon the Good.

     
  11. bigcol

    bigcol Member

    Is that published?
     
  12. bigcol

    bigcol Member

    [FONT=Tahoma, sans-serif]Programme for St. Michael's Church, Dalston, 7th August 2008[/FONT]

    This is the best prog (very high energy) and the best night that the band has had in my memory. :) Oh and the best audience we've ever had.


    Trailblaze
    Goff Richards

    Great Escape
    Bernstein
    M.J. Pegram

    Trumpets Wild
    Walters

    Punchinello
    William Rimmer

    Floral Dance
    Katie Moss
    Derek Broadbent

    Buster Strikes Back
    Alan Morrison

    Valero
    James Swearingen
    Sandy Smith

    I Got Rhythm
    George Gershwin
    Alan Fernie

    Singin in the rain
    N.Herb Brown
    Alan Fernie

    Breezin Down Broadway
    Goff Richards



    2nd Half


    The Best of Bond
    Darrol Barry

    All That Jazz
    Kander/Ebb
    F. Bernaerts

    Dem Bones
    Trad
    Gordon Langford

    Lord of the Dance
    Derek Broadbent

    Sugar Blues
    Alan Morrison

    Kalinka
    Trad
    Ray Woodfield

    Soul Bossa Nova
    Quincy Jones
    Andrew Duncan

    Ticket to Ride
    Lennon & McCartney
    Alan Fernie

    Yellow Submarine
    Lennon & McCartney
    Alan Catherall

    New York, New York
    John Kander
    Goff Richards
     
  13. repiano83

    repiano83 New Member

    Our last concert programme:

    Fanfare and Flourishes, James Curnow
    Elgar Variations, Martin Ellerby
    Elegy (from Horn Concerto), Martin Ellerby
    Solo: Owen Farr
    Nimrod, Edward Elgar Arr.: Denis Wright
    Viva Birkinshaw, William Rimmer

    Horizons, Paul Lovatt-Cooper
    Hostile Skies, Richard Grantham
    Finale from Violin Concerto, Felix Mendelssohn Arr.: Michael Hopkinson
    Solo: Owen Farr
    Carnival of Venice, J.B. Arban Arr.: Owen Farr
    Robin Hood, Michael Kamen Arr.: Klaas van der Woude

    Sosban Fach, Gareth Wood
    Vitae Lux, Torstein Aagard Nielsen
     
  14. Brian Kelly

    Brian Kelly Active Member

    Concert by Flixton Band at Peasholme Park, Scarborough, on Sunday afternoon 27 July 2008

    There's No Business Like Show Business Berlin, arr. Goff Richards
    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Sherman arr. Ray Farr
    Cornet solo: Nessum Dorma Puccini arr. Howard Snell
    Soloist: Katie Tyson
    My Fair Lady Loewe arr. Alan Fernie
    March: Colonel Bogie Kenneth Alford
    The Music of the Night (from Phantom of the Opera) LLoyd-Webber arr. William Himes
    Disney Fantasy various arr. Goff Richards

    Interval

    The Muppet Show Theme Henson & Pottle arr. Philip Harper
    Soprano Cornet solo: Tender Loving Care Alan Fernie
    Soloist: Eddie Hill
    Tara's Theme (from Gone with the Wind) Steiner arr. Alan Catherall
    Crimond Irvine arr. Goff Richards
    Euphonium solo: If Tomorrow Never Comes Brooks & Blazy arr. Michael Rowley
    Soloist: Michael Rowley
    Soul Bossa Nova Jones arr. Andrew Duncan
    James Bond Collection various arr. Goff Richards

    Encore: The Great Escape Bernstein arr. Pegram

    Concert by Flixton Band at the Botanical Gardens, Southport, on Sunday afternoon 03 August 2008

    As for Scarborough, with the following additional items:

    Born Free Barry arr. Alan Catherall

    Duet for Soprano Cornet and Flugel Horn: Pie Jesu Andrew LLoyd-Webber
    Soloists: Eddie Hill (Soprano Cornet) and Nikki Williamson (Flugel Horn)

    Trombone Feature: I Will Follow Him Stole/Roma/Plante arr. Goff Richards
    Soloists: Helen Beer, Mark Willans, Brian Kelly

    Concert by Flixton Band at Vernon Park, Stockport on Sunday afternoon 17 August 2008

    There's No Business Like Show Business Berlin, arr. Goff Richards
    Crimond Irvine arr. Goff Richards
    Cornet solo: Nessum Dorma Puccini arr. Howard Snell
    Soloist: Katie Tyson
    The Muppet Show Theme Henson & Pottle arr. Philip Harper
    Euphonium solo: If Tomorrow Never Comes Brooks & Blazy arr. Michael Rowley
    Soloist: Michael Rowley
    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Sherman arr. Ray Farr
    Duet for Soprano Cornet and Flugel Horn: Pie Jesu Andrew LLoyd-Webber
    Soloists: Tim Brocklehurst (Soprano Cornet) and Nikki Williamson (Flugel Horn)
    March: Kennilworth Edwin Firth
    Born Free Barry arr. Alan Catherall

    Interval

    March: Colonel Bogie Kenneth Alford
    Salute to Sullivan Sullivan arr. Edrich Siebert
    Tenor Horn Solo: Over the Rainbow Arlen & Harburg arr. Goff Richards
    Soloist: Mona Bykov Hylgaard
    March: Death or Glory R.B. Hall
    Trombone Feature: I Will Follow Him Stole/Roma/Plante arr. Goff Richards
    Soloists: Helen Beer, Mark Willans, Brian Kelly
    Soul Bossa Nova Jones arr. Andrew Duncan
    James Bond Collection various arr. Goff Richards

    Encore: Radetsky March Strauss
     
  15. Anno Draconis

    Anno Draconis Well-Known Member

    Coppull & Standish Band, Southport Botanic Gardens, Sunday 17 August.

    Gordon Jacob: Fanfare & National Anthem
    Kenneth J. Alford: Army of the Nile
    Handel, arr. Denis Wright: Overture (from Music for the Royal Fireworks)
    Jay Ungar arr. Alan Fernie: The Ashokan Farewell
    Nacio Herb Brown arr. Alan Fernie: Singin' in the Rain
    David Houghton: The Fairground
    Peter Graham: The Holy Well
    John Williams arr. Alan Catherall: Jurassic Park

    George Gershwin arr. Goff Richards: Strike up the Band
    Andrew Lloyd Webber: Pie Jesu (from Requiem)
    Roy Newsome: Bass in the Ballroom
    John Ireland: Elegy (from A Downland Suite)
    Pat Ballard arr. K. v.d.Woude: Mr Sandman
    Elgar arr. Eric Ball: Nimrod
    Neil Diamond arr. Philip Sparke: Love on the Rocks
    T.J.Powell: Castell Coch
    Handel Parker: Deep Harmony
    Gustav Holst: March (from A Moorside Suite)
     
  16. tubafran

    tubafran Active Member

    KSB - last summer concert at The Arboretum, Nottingham

    The Ballerina
    Crazy Music
    I wanna Be Like You
    Colne (arrangement)
    And All That Jazz
    Theme from Moulin Rouge (Come What May)
    Second Waltz - Jazz Suite
    Cossack Dance & Slavonic Ride

    Soul Bossa Nova
    I Only Have Eyes For You
    Troublemaker
    Do-Re-Mi
    Beguine for Brass
    It Better Be Tonight
    Death or Glory
    Rocky - Gonna Fly Now

    Time for a programme clear out and prepare for 2009
     
  17. repiano83

    repiano83 New Member

    Brass Band Sursilvana (Switzerland 1. Section)

    The Elephant (Hume)
    Gethsemane (Webber, Arr.: Farr)
    Dances and Arias (Gregson)
    Concerto in F (Böhme)

    An Age of Kings (Gregson)
    Donegal Bay (Lovatt-Cooper)
    Gaelforce (Graham)

    Encores:
    Arsenal (van der Roost)
    A Little Prayer (Glennie)
     
  18. IYOUNG

    IYOUNG Member

    Great to see someone else using this march, I bought it in the summer and has been well received by both Band and Audiences alike

    Ian
     
  19. ScaryFlugel

    ScaryFlugel Member

    Feel our pain...
    Never mind the rest of the programme, last night we played "Communityland" to close the 1st half, which finished off our lips good 'n proper. The audience loved it.
     
  20. Jan H

    Jan H Moderator Staff Member

    It's a very popular march in Belgium and the Netherlands with our wind- and fanfare bands!

     

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