Sunday Bandstand weekly brass band programme 7 January 2018

Discussion in 'The Auditorium - Concert Details' started by ChrisHelme, Jan 7, 2018.

  1. ChrisHelme

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    Hello Brass Banders - Welcome to Sunday Bandstand and what is the first show for 2018. A Happy New Year to all my listeners where ever you are.
    I have a wonderful two hours of brass band music from around the world with some great soloists, some you will know some that may be new to you.

    Don't forget if you have a request or a question about the world of brass bands you can always contact me by email: bandstand@chrishelme.org.uk or through my website www.chrishelme-brighouse.org.uk

    Some great news for you. A few weeks ago I announced the availability of the legendary tenor horn player Gordon Higginbottom's new book 'From Umchucks to Cadenzas' - Anyone who is interested in buying one can now do so through my website On-line store and can pay through PayPal. If anyone wanted to pay through BACs I would be very pleased to send you the payment details. Not forgetting paying by the old cheque method - if you would like to pay by a cheque please contact me and I can give you the address etc.



    John Nicholas Klohr (July 27, 1869 – February 17, 1956) was a composer of band music. Klohr was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. A graduate of the Cincinnati public schools, Klohr set upon a career in music, especially vaudeville. He was a vaudeville trombonist by trade, but also performed as a member of Cincinnati's musical life. He played in the Syrian Temple Shrine Band, led by fellow composer Henry Fillmore. From 1921 to 1926, Klohr was a trombonist in Henry Fillmore's concert band. He was a member of the Syrian Temple for over 50 years, as well as a member of the Knights of Pythias and the Fraternal Order of Eagles. Klohr was also an early member of the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers and worked as editor of the band and orchestra department of the John Church Company, a music publisher in Cincinnati. Klohr died of a heart attack in 1956, and was buried at St. Joseph Cemetery in Cincinnati.

    He wrote almost 50 compositions most being marches - His most famous march was The Billboard which he wrote 1901 This is a is a circus march and was dedicated to the Billboard music-industry magazine. This march opens this week's show played by the Sun Life (Stanshawe) Band conducted by Roy Newsome in 1979.

    Our photograph this week is the only one I have found of John Klohr.

    Playlist 7 January 2018
    Rhythm and Blues – Philip Sparke Opening for weekly show Foden's Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2010
    The Billboard - John Klohr Sun Life (Stanshawe) Band MD: Roy Newsome - Originally Performed 1979
    Overture: The Mill On The Cliff - Reissiger Arr: William Rimmer Grimethorpe Colliery Band MD: George Thompson - 1967
    Here's that Rainy Day - Jimmy van Heusen Arr: Bill Geldard Trombone Soloist Nick Hudson with the Britannia Building Society MD: Howard Snell - 1996
    Frolic for Trombones - Reginald Heath Trombone Soloists Stuart Scott, Raymond Stansfield and Keith Lister Besses O' Th Barn Band MD: Roy Newsome - 1981
    Pursuing Horizons - Dudley Bright The massed staff bands of ISB, Amsterdam, Canadian, Chicago, German, Japan, Melbourne and New York BM: Dr. Stephen Cobb - 2011
    You Raise Me Up - Rolf Lovland Arr: Peter Graham Euphonium Soloist Aaron Vanderweele with the New York Staff Band BM: Ron Waiksnoris - 2003
    Glemdene - March - John Carr Goodshaw Band MD: Kevin Bolton - 1979
    Pines of Rome March - Ottorino Respighi Arr: Howard Snell Fountain City Brass Band (USA) MD: Dr. Joseph Parisi - 2010
    Don't Stop Me Now - Freddie Mercury Arr: Philip Harper Leyland Band MD: Philip Harper - 2011
    Welcome To The Jungle, as performed by Guns N'Roses - Arr: Paul Murtha Cory Band MD: Philip Harper - 2015
    Symphonic Suite 1 mvt Toccata - Leighton Lucas Brass Band Oberschwaben-Allgäu (Germany) MD: Ueli Kipfer - 2016
    Prelude On Three Welsh Hymn Tunes - Ralph Vaughan Williams Cory Band MD: Dr. Robert Childs - 2010
    Don't It Make Your Brown Eyes Blue - Richard Leigh Arr: Darrol Barry Flugel Horn Soloist Maurice Murphy with the Leyland DAF Band MD: Richard Evans - 2007
    Gypsy Earrings - Ardeshir Farah Arr: Ryan McGeorge Euphonium Duet David Thornton and Mark Bousie, Piano John Barber, Bb Bass Andrew Cattanache Percussion Mark Landon & Anthony Mann - 2016
    Tone Poem Everywhere - Marcus Venables North York Temple Band (Canada) BM: Glenn Barlow - 2013
    Spring Song - Matthew Eden Cornet Soloist Mark Wilkinson with the Foden's Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2016
    Dances With Wolves - John Barry Arr: Klaas Van Der Woude Soli Brass MD: Thijs Oud - 1998
    Humming Chorus from Madam Butterfly - Puccini Arr: Sandy Smith Grimethorpe Colliery (UK Coal) Band MD: Richard Evans - 2005
    L'Amore Sei Tu (I will always Love You) - Dolly Parton Arr: Paul Drury Cornet Soloist Kirsty Abbotts with the Carlton Main Frickley Colliery Band MD: Philip McCann - 2010
    Ruler of the Spirits - Carl Maria von Weber Arr: William Halliwell Black Dyke Mills Band MD: Major Peter Parkes - 1987
    Rhythm and Blues – Philip Sparke Closing for weekly show Foden's Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2010

    Enjoy the show .....
     
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