Sunday Bandstand weekly brass band programme 8 January 2017

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  1. ChrisHelme

    ChrisHelme Member

    Hello Everyone

    Here is this week’s Sunday Bandstand radio programme. Two hours of brass band music from around the world. Something new and some old favourites and may be a few old favourites you had not heard for many years.

    Edvard Grieg b: 15.06.1843 d: 4.09.1907. Norwegian composer and pianist and widely considered one of the leading Romantic era composers and his music is part of the standard classical repertoire worldwide.

    The use and development of Norwegian folk music in his compositions put the music of Norway in the international spectrum, as well as helping to develop a national identity.
    Grieg is regarded as simultaneously nationalistic and cosmopolitan in his orientation, for although born in Bergen and buried there, travelling widely throughout Europe, and considered his music to express the beauty of Norwegian rural life and the culture of Europe as a whole.

    His Holberg Suite was written in 1884 celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Danish-Norwegian humanist playwright Ludvig Holberg. Originally written for piano, was later arranged by the composer for string orchestra. The prelude from this suite is featured on this week's show.



    Playlist 8 January 2017
    Rhythm and Blues – Philip Sparke Opening for weekly show Foden's Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2010
    Ricercata - Diego Otiz Arr: Simon Kerwin Scottish Co-op Band MD: Dr. Robert Childs - 2003
    Americana - Martin Cordner New York Staff Band BM: Ron Waiksnoris - 2015
    Celtic Dream - Ronan Hardiman Arr: Peter Graham Euphonium Soloist Derick Kane with the Regent Hall Salvation Army Band BM: Stephen Hanover - 2007
    South Pacific Medley: Bali Ha'i; There is nothing like a Dame; A Wonderful Guy, Some Enchanted Evening - Rodgers and Hammerstein Black Dyke Mills Band MD: James Watson - 1992
    Close To You - Burt Bacharach Arr: Ray Farr Trombone Soloist Dan Mcilvide with the Box Hill City Band MD: Dr. Matthew van Emmerik - 2014
    The Waltzing Cat - Leroy Anderson Arr: Sandy Smith Hepworth (Cookson Homes) Band MD: Sandy Smith - 2008
    Adios Nonino - Astor Piazzolla Soli Brass MD: Piet Groeneveld - 2002
    Le Coq D'or - Rimsky Korsakov Arr: Alan Catherall Foden's Band MD: Russell Gray - 2003
    Amazing Grace - Arr: William Himes Middleton Band MD: Carl Whiteoak - 2007
    Gladiator - Zimmer & Gerrard Arr: Frank Bernaerts Smithills School Senior Band MD: Chris Wormald - 2004
    Red Shield March - Henry Goffin Canny Brass (Switzerland) MD: Ronald Frischknecht - 2009
    The Fantastic Fast Fingered Fandango - Bruce Fraser Euphonium Soloists Robert and Nicholas Childs with the Northern Youth Brass MD: Steve Platten - 1980s
    Forest of Dean - Derek Bourgeois Box Hill City Band (Australia) MD: Dr. Matthew van Emmerik - 2014
    Promenade - Denzil Stephens Cory Band MD: Denzil Stephens - 1980
    Pixies Parade - Arthur Saville Foden Motor Works Band MD: Rex Mortimer - 1974
    Bohemian Rhapsody - Freddie Mercury Arr: Hermann Miesbauer Vocalists Regina Mallinger and Harald Baumgartner with the Brass Band Oberosterrich MD Günther Reisegger - 2015
    Prelude from The Holberg Suite - Edvard Grieg Arr: Stalham Stavanger Brass Band MD: Allan Withington - 2008
    Meditation From Thais - Jules Massenet Arr: Geoffrey Brand Soprano Soloist Alan Wycherley with the Fairey Band MD: Geoffrey Brand - 1982
    Florentiner Marsch - Julius Fucik Arr: Mnozil Brass Fodens Richardson Band MD: David Hirst - 2007
    A Manchester Tale - Andrew Duncan Sellers International Band MD: Philip McCann - 2002
    Dixieland Medley - Joseph Laube Vocal Soloist Regina Mallinger with the Brass Band Obersterrich MD: Hannes Buchegger - 2010
    Rhythm and Blues – Philip Sparke Closing for weekly show Foden's Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2010
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