Sunday Bandstand Weekly Radio Programme - 13 November 2016

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    Hello Everyone

    Here is Sunday Bandstand the two hour brass band programme from yesterday with the playlist.

    Albert Edward Kelly born London 8 Sept 1914 and died in 1994. A British composer, conductor and military musician.
    He received his first music lessons from his father, a musician in the Grenadier Guards band of the British Army. He himself was military musician in the Dragoon Guards Band at the age of 14.
    The Second World War was his wish to be a military bandmaster, delayed. 1946 he studied at the Royal Military School of Music and at the Royal College of Music, and the Royal Academy of Music in London.
    1951 he was bandmaster at the Royal Sussex Regiment and 1961 to 1979 he was employed by the British Civil Service.
    As a composer he is best known for his marches Nijmegen, Arnhem and Arromanches. Arromanches was written for the Kneller Hall March Composition Competition in 1948. He took part in the landing on the beach at Arromanches and wanted it to be played with dignity.
    On this week's show is his most well known march in the world of brass bands Arnhem.


    Playlist 13 November 2016
    Rhythm and Blues – Philip Sparke Opening for weekly show Foden's Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2010
    Arnhem March - Albert E. Kelly Leyland Band - Garry Cutt - 2004
    Carnival Overture - Antonin Dvorak Arr: Geoffrey Brand Buy as you View Cory Band MD: Dr. Robert Childs - 2004
    Anyone Can Whistle - Stephen Sondheim Arr: Howard Snell Grimethorpe Colliery Band MD: Frank Renton - 1994
    Pokarekare Ana - Traditional Arr: Goff Richards Trombone Soloist James Stockdale with the Brighouse and Rastrick Band MD: David Hirst - 2005
    Happy Trombones - Rob Ares Trombone Trio Thijs Oud, Gerben Brunia and Willem Flisijn with the Brass Band Soli Deo Gloria MD: Jan de Haan - 1995
    Defying Gravity from Wicked the musical - Stephen Schwartz Vocals: Regina Mallinger with the Brass Band Obersterich (Austria) MD: Hannes Buchegger - 2010
    Cole Porter Classics: 1) I've Got You Under My Skin 2) Night and Day 3) Anything Goes - Cole Porter Arr: Pete Smith London Brass Ensemble Director Mark Nightingale - 1991
    Fatherland - John Hartmann Arr: Andrew Owenson Cornet Solo Philip McCann - Fairey Band MD: Ken Dennison - 1973
    Gypsy Baron Overture - J Strauss II Fairey Band MD: Ken Dennison - 1970
    Blaenwern - Walter Rowlands Leyland Band MD: Thomas Wyss - 2013
    Air Force One (Welcome aboard, Sir!) - Jerry Goldsmith Arr: Rodney Newton Brass Band Schoonhoven (The Netherlands) MD: Benny Waime - 2002
    Commonwealth March - William Rimmer Black Dyke Mills Band MD: Michael Antrobus - 1978
    Darkwood - Dan Price Cory Band MD: Philip Harper - 2016
    Stardust - Hoagy Carmichael Arr: Bill Geldard Trombone Soloist Don Lusher with the Hammonds Sauce Works Band MD: Geoffrey Whitham
    Year of the Dragon 3rd mvt The Finale - Philip Sparke Britannia Building Society MD: Howard Snell - 1992
    Benedictus from The Armed Man - A Mass for Peace - Karl Jenkins Euphonium Soloist David Childs with the Brass Band Aid Celebrity Band MD: Howard J. Evans - 2007
    Somewhere from the West Side Story Suite - Leonard Bernstein Arr: Eric Crees London Symphony Brass MD: Eric Crees - 1991
    Entry Of The Gods Into Valhalla - Richard Wagner Arr: Howard Snell Britannia Building Society MD: Howard Snell - 1994
    Rhythm and Blues – Philip Sparke Closing for weekly show Foden's Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2010


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