Sunday Bandstand weekly brass band programme 7 April 2019

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  1. ChrisHelme

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    Hello Brass Banders

    We have a really top class show for your this week. Featured bands are from: Canada, Switzerland, Norway, Australia, USA and as always we have some of the best sounds from home grown bands from here in the UK.

    We are playing recordings from the present day and others that date back to the 1970s, 60s and we even go back to 1942 and that is a piece which has been requested by one of our regular listeners in New Zealand.

    Soloists - well these are masterclass performance including one from a bass trombone player who few if any others will be better.

    We even find space in this very busy show for a wonderful female vocalist from Switzerland.

    Don't forget if you have a request or a question about the world of brass bands you can contact me by email: bandstand@chrishelme.org.uk or through my website www.chrishelme-brighouse.org.uk There are two hour shows on my website dating back to the summer of 2014. My show has been running now since December 2007.



    Dean Jones (b: 1976) is the son of established Salvation Army composer David E. Jones, Dean currently works as a sub-editor in the SA's UK music department. He and his family worship at Reading Lower Earley corps and in his spare time he leads Salvation Brass, a popular UK-based contemporary brass group. With over 20 pieces published by the Army so far,

    His contribution to the Salvation Army's bands in the past ten years is significant.

    One of Dean's most successful compositions is his first major work for band: Glorifico Aeternum published 2005.

    Since then Dean has provided further major works in Supremacy published 2007, Lord of All and Validus Deus as well as a stream of well-written functional arrangements.

    A versatile composer, Dean has the happy knack of writing music of substance in all kinds of genres and for all sizes of ensemble.

    On this week's show we feature his composition Vista

    (Courtesy of Martin Cordner website)

    Playlist 7 April 2019
    Rhythm and Blues – Philip Sparke Opening for weekly show Foden's Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2010
    Centennial Prelude - Jan van der Roost Desford Colliery Band MD: Jan de Haan - 1992
    Vista - Dean Jones North York Temple Band (Canada) BM: Glenn Barlow - 2013
    Poeme Op 41 No. 4 - Zdenek Fibich arr: Howard Snell Cornet Soloist Roger Webster with the Brighouse and Rastrick Band MD: David Hirst - 1997
    Samum Symphonic Foxtrot - Carl Robrecht The Virtuosi Brass Band of Great Britain MD: James Scott - 1974
    Main Theme to Jurassic Park - John Williams arr: Alan Catherall Redbridge Band MD: Melvin White - 1995
    The Glorious Fountain - Bernard Smith Cornet Soloist David Daws with the Musikkorps der Heilsarmee Basel 1 (Switzerland) BM: Peter Haldimann - 1996
    Caprice - Fantasy about a Natural Yodel Theme - R Ruedi Renggli Vocalist Marie-Theres Marti with the Brass Band Froshinn Schotz (Switzerland) MD: Ernst Balli - 1997
    Endeavour - Gordon Langford Black Dyke Mills Band MD: Major Peter Parkes - 1984
    Semper Fidelis - John Philip Sousa Williams Fairey Band MD: Major Peter Parkes - 1996
    Carmina Burana - Tavern Song - Carl Orff arr: Ray Farr Trombone Feature with the Eikanger Bjosvik Band (Norway) MD: Ray Farr - 1997
    Fortuna - Brenton Broadstock Kew Brass Band (Australia) MD: Mark Ford - 1998
    All in the April Evening - Hugh Roberton arr: Eric Ball Bradford Festival Choral with the Black Dyke Mills Band MD: Geoffrey Brand - 1969
    The Queen's Own March - R.C. Ridewood Foden's Band MD: Fred Mortimer - 1942
    A Winter Sunday - Gilles Rocha arr: Bertrand Moren Bass Trombone Soloist Lionel Fumeaux with the La Concordia Vertroz Band (Switzerland) MD: Bertrand Moren - 2018
    Tone Poem Othello - Drake Rimmer Scottish CWS Band MD: Robert Oughton - 1967
    Marche Symphonique - Frank Hughes Foden's Band MD: Rex Mortimer - 1971
    Larghetto Semplice from 'Call of the Seasons' - Philip Catelinet Euphonium Soloist Aaron Vanderweele with the New York Staff Band (USA) BM: Ron Waiksnoris - 2003
    Allerseelen op10 no. 8 - Richard Strauss arr: Stephen Roberts Sun Life Stanshawe Band MD: Bryan Hurdley - 1979
    With a Little Help from my Friends - Paul McCartney arr. Philip Harper Cory Band MD: Philip Harper - 2018
    Shepherd's Hey - Percy Grainger arr: Denis Wright Massed bands of Fodens, Fairey Aviation and Morris Motors Band MD: Harry Mortimer - 1964
    Rhythm and Blues – Philip Sparke Closing for weekly show Foden's Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2010

    Enjoy the show.....
     
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