Sunday Bandstand weekly brass band programme 31 March 2019

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    Hello Brass Banders - Another two hour show featuring brass bands from around the world and some wonderful home grown bands on top of that. It is a show that is just fifteen seconds short of the full two hours so we have a lot of music to get through - on with the show.

    Hermann Pallhuber (born: Innsbruck, February 9, 1967) is an Austrian composer, music teacher, conductor, pianist and trombonist. For certain works he uses the pseudonym: John P. Alliston .

    He received his first music lesson for piano and trombone at the age of 10. He studied orchestral conducting and piano at the Vienna Conservatory and music education, trombone and piano at the Mozarteum University Salzburg

    In 1993 he obtained his diplomas with distinction for music education and Latin language. From 1995 to 2004 he worked as a teacher for music and Latin language. He was also a teacher at the Tirol Pedagogical Academy (PÄDAG) in Innsbruck .

    In 1999 he became conductor of the church choir in Telfs. From 1999 to 2009 he held various professional conducting positions.

    As a composer, he mainly writes works for wind orchestras, but he has written a number of pieces for brass, notably the three below:

    · 2006 Titan's Progress, for brass band - premiere during the "European Brass Band Championships 2007" in the Symphony Hall in Birmingham (compulsory work during the British Open Brass Band Championships 2009 in the Symphony Hall in Birmingham)

    · 2008 A Swansea Suite, for euphonium solo and brass band

    · 2009 Spirits of Puccini, for brass band (premiered in May 2009 during the "European Brass Band Championships 2009" in Ostend by the Brass Band Oberoesterreich led by Hannes Buchegger).

    It is Spirits of Puccini played by the Austrian band Brass Band Oberoesterreich with Hannes Buchegger that is featured on this week’s show.

    Playlist 31 March 2019
    Rhythm and Blues – Philip Sparke Opening for weekly show Foden's Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2010
    Jubilee - Rodney Newton Williams Fairey Band MD: James Gourlay - 1997
    Angel of the North - Richard Grantham Brass Band De Waldsang (The Netherlands) MD: Rieks van der Velde
    Patterns - Edward Gregson Williams Fairey Band GMD: Edward Gregson - 2000
    Cry Me a River - Hamilton /Morrison Cornet Soloist Jimmy Hayes with the Co-operative Funeralcare Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2011
    The King and I - Rogers and Hammerstein Redbridge Band MD: Melvin White - 1995
    Feather Theme from the film Forest Gump - Alan Silvestri arr: Sandy Smith Brass Band Heist (Belgium) MD: Bert Van Thienen 2007
    Faith Is the Victory - Sam Creamer Amsterdam Staff Band (The Netherlands) BM: Olaf Ritman - 2013
    Intrada Lobt Gott Den Herrn' - Nynke van der Heide Brass Band De Waldsang (The Netherlands) MD: Rieks van der Velde
    Gallery (movement Vi.) Cut-Outs - Howard Snell Cory Band MD: Philip Harper - 2018
    The Thievish Magpie - Gioachino Rossini arr: Denis Wright Cory Band MD: Philip Harper - 2017
    Latin for Brass - G. Goodwin, P.B.Ruiz and Joe Laube Brass Band Oberoesterreich (Austria) MD: Hannes Buchegger - 2010
    Jubilation - Darrol Barry Euphonium Soloist Michael Howley with the Brighouse and Rastrick Band MD: Gavin Lindsay - 2007
    Lift up your Voice - Stephen Bulla Melbourne Staff Band (Australia) BM: Ken Waterworth - 2014
    Sandon (Lead Kindly Light) - Charles Henry Purday arr: Roy Newsome Old Silkstone Band MD: Norman Law - 2004
    The Spirit of Puccini - Herman Pallhuber Brass Band Oberoesterreich (Austria) MD: Hannes Buchegger - 2010
    Skyfall - Adele/Paul Epworth arr: Philip Sparke Marsden Silver Band MD: Glyn Williams - 2014
    Mighty to Save - George Marshall The Household Troops of the Salvation Army BM: Carl Saunders - 2013
    Blenheim Flourishes - James Curnow Breeze Brass Band (Japan) MD: Kazuyoshi Uemura - 1995
    Rhythm and Blues – Philip Sparke Closing for weekly show Foden's Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2010
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