Recent concert programmes

dyl

Active Member
In an attempt to see what pieces are popular amongst bands in their current concert programmes, we invite you to list the pieces recently performed by your bands in your most recent concert. You may also, of course, list the programmes of any concerts you've been to listen to.

Please provide as much details as you can about each piece.

We are aware that this has been done on tMP a few years ago, but feel the time is right for a fresh approach.

Please note this thread cannot be used to advertise forthcoming concerts, or to post links to promote the selling of the music, there are other areas on tMP with their own guidelines to cover that sort of stuff.

Over to you..............................
 
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This was our programme on Saturday 28th April for our Annual Patrons Concert.

• Prelude for an Occasion Edward Gregson
• ‘Introit’ and ‘Kyrie’ W. A. Mozart
(from ‘Requiem Mass’; K.626) arr. Duncan
• ‘Allegro’ W.A. Mozart
Euphonium Solo (from ‘Concerto for Bassoon’; K.191) arr. Simmons
• Swedish Folk Song (How Great Thou Art) arr. Graham
• Serenade Op. 22b Derek Bourgeois
• Send In the Clowns S. Sondheim arr. Norman (Eb Bass solo)
• Sinfonietta for Brass Band : ‘The Wayfarer’ Eric Ball
i) Adventure
ii) Exile
iii) Homeward Journey

Interval (20 minutes)

• March : Cornish Cavalier W. E. Moyle
• Orient Express Philip Sparke
• For the Love of a Princess James Horner
(from the film ‘Braveheart’) arr. Duncan
• It’s All Right With Me Cole Porter arr. Brevik ( Trombone trio)
• Light Walk Barry Gott
• A Tribute to Lionel Andre Waignein (Vibraphone solo)
• Pirates of the Caribbean : Dead Man’s Chest Hans Zimmer Arr. Bocook
• Ruby Tuesday Jagger/Richards Arr. Catherall

Encore : Backdraft

I have today received two letters congratulating us on an excellent performance and a wonderful selection of music.
 

tubafran

Active Member
Killamarsh's last own concert was based on a theme of a 1920/30s Mediterranean Cruise - we played

Coronation Scot
Adagio from Spartacus (Onedin Line)
Spread a Little Happiness
Buster Strikes Back (cornet solo)
Puttin on The Ritz

Salamanca
Satin Doll
Granada
Minnie The Moocher (bass trom solo)
Li'l Darlin'
The Millers Dance
As Time Goes By
Fantasia on Tico Tico
Encore - Amparita Roca

We then used the same programme plus a few extras at Stocksbridge Band Club so as above less Tico Tico, Adagio and Buster Strikes Back plus

All In The April Evening
The Last Spring
Here There And Everwhere (cornet solo)
Only Love (flugel solo)
Montreal Citadel

I think for our next two concerts in May we'll be using the above with a few more changes as we bring in our summer outdoor music.

We try to adapt the programme as we move through the year and our next target theme will be for a concert in September at Heacham to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the founding of Jamestown in USA.
 

bigcol

Member
Our recent St. George's Day Concert:

I Got Rhythm
When the Saints
I Don't Know How to Love Him (Tenor Horn solo)
American Patrol
Norwegian Wood
Dear Lord and Father
My Fair Lady
Somewhere out There
Lord of the Dance


Comedians Gallop
All Creatures Great and Small
Autumn Leaves
Ticket to Ride
Greensleeves
Yellow Submarine
Bridge over the River Kwai
Fantasia on British Sea Songs (Wood)
Jerusalem
Land of Hope and Glory

Glenn Miller Collection (encore)
 

PeterBale

Moderator
Staff member
Hadleigh Temple Praise Meeting, 29/04/07
Guests: David Daws (cornet) & Kathryn Hill (piano)

Hadleigh Band: Heroes of the Combat (Bramwell Coles)
David Daws: Life's Pageant (Terry Camsey) (with band)
Kathryn Hill: Stars & Butterflies; Nostalgia
David Daws: A light in heaven's window (Larsson arr Camsey) (with piano)
David Daws: A day for living (Ron Foot) (with piano)
Hadleigh Songsters: In the Heavenly Choir; Compelled by love
David Daws: When we cannot see our way (Steve Bulla) (with piano)
David Daws: Lord with my all I part (Peter Ayling) (with piano)
Kathryn Hill: A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square; There's within my heart a melody
Hadleigh Band: There is a Green Hill (Noah Bruce, arr Roy Newsome)
David Daws: Lord, show me what I need (Ray Bowes) (with band)
Hadleigh Songsters: Grace Alone
 

JohnnyEuph

Member
Our last concert (Saturday) was something like this.

Stars and Stripes
La Califa - Soprano Solo
Procession to Covenant
Love of My life - Baritone Solo
Breezing Down Broadway
Softly As I Leave you - Euph (Duet version)
Cossack Wedding Dance (From The Call of the Cossacks)
Sunshine Of Your Smile - Cornet Solo Played By Thomas from our back row!
La Felsehnmuhle (spelling?) 'The Mill On The Cliff'

Change Uniform for 2nd Half and Re-set Stage.

Swing Swing Swing (with massive kit intro as we walk on)
You Needed Me - Flugel Solo
Birdland
Love on the Rocks - Solo Cornet Feature.
Cute
Blue John - Trombone Solo
Windows Of The World

Encore - Toccata in D minor.
 

AndyCat

Active Member
Freckleton Band recently (Last 3 concerts in 4 weeks!)

Washington Greys, Grafulla
The Arcadians, Monckton
Harlequin (Euph Solo), Sparke
Londonderry Air, arr Colman (Langford!)
I've Got You under my Skin (Flugel Solo), arr Freeh
Elegy and March from "Entertainments", Vinter
Jubilation!, James Curnow

Interval

Second Waltz from Jazz Suite, Shostakovitch arr Fernie
Charivari (Cornet Solo), arr Iveson
"Sunday Set":
Praise My Soul arr Ben Tubb
Amazing Grace arr Himes
Prelude on Deep Harmony, Kenneth Downie

Soul Bossa Nova, arr Duncan
Slavonic Dance no.8, Dvorak arr. Fernie

encore: One Voice
 
At Our concert last night.... Second half of the combined spring concert with The Skanderborg Brass Band....

The Århus Brass Band programme: (Second half)

1. March Rosehill (A.K. Jakeway)
2. Stille Stund (Torstein Aagaard-Nilsen)
Soloist: Ida Lindegaard Hovde, euphonium
3. St. Denio Metamorphosis (Jacob Larsen, Op.20)
4. The Irish Blessing (Bacak, arr. Bradnum)
5. Cornets A Go-Go (Derek Broadbent)
Soloists: 2nd / 3rd cornets
6. Fantasy For Brass Band, Op. 114 (Sir Malcolm Arnold)
 
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bbg

Member
Fundraising concert with a pipe band and choir, 29 April - programme reflected unavailability of some of band and also very cramped stage so unable to use timps / full tuned perc, we played (not necessarily in this order):

Men of Harlech
Hymn to the Fallen (with choir)
The Ploughboy (Eflat bass solo)
Trio con Brio (horn feature)
The Acrobat (trombone solo)
Singin' in the Rain
Amazing Grace (with pipe band)
Our Love is Here to Stay (cornet solo)
Benedictus from "The Armed Man" (euph solo)

sets by our Youth Band, the choir and the pipe band

That's a Plenty
Brazil!

encore (as always...) Hootenanny (or as it's known in the band - Hoot 'n' Oot!!)
 
Our concert programme for last nigh concert was:

-------1st half-------
Camborne hill arr. Kevin Ackford
Punchinello - William Rimmer
Cruella de Vil - Mel Leven arr. J.Moss - Darrol Barry
Another Fine Mess - Hatley/Carroll/Shiels/Hill
Helter Skelter - W.G Lenon
Mcarthur Park - Jim Webb arr. Alan Fernie

-------2nd half-------
Pearl Harbour - Frank Bernaerts
Nessun Dorma - Puccini
Padstow Lifeboat - Malcom Around
The Floral Dance - Katie Moss arr. Derek Broadbent
American Trilogy - arr. Goff Richards

encore - Hawali 5 O
 
Who is the publisher? - I'd love to get it
De Haske is the publisher of the version we played (Dead Mans Chest). If you wanted to order it make sure you specify the version as DH also do a 'slightly easier' medley from the first film.

Hope that this helps.
 

Bungle

Member
Grimethorpe at Congress Theatre Eastbourne 29th April - Conductor Steven Mead

Let's face the Music and Dance - Arr Smith
Fingals Cave - Arr Thompson
Finale from Concerto for Cornet - Howarth
Shepherd's Song - Arr Richards
Finale from Concerto No. 1 - Strauss arr Smith
Concerto de Aranjuez arr - Bolton
Le carnival Romain - Belioz arr Wright

Valero - Swearingen Arr Smith
Song of the Volga boatmen - Finnegan arr Tyzik
Deep Harmony - Parker arr Downie
Funiculi Funicula - Garazi
The Cuckoo - Howarth
Lady is a tramp - arr Smith
When he Cometh - Evans
Entry of the gods into Valhalla - Wagner arr Snell

Encore
William Tell Overture

Programe maybe targeted at the blue rinse brigade of Eastbourne, but great to hear.
 

winterman

Member
Our last concert (Saturday) was something like this.
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Softly As I Leave you - Euph (Duet version)
Talk about getting a revival.. Me and Jon played that on that Saturday as well for the first time in concert! Spooky!

Will post programme a bit later when I can remember what it was!
 

WoodenFlugel

Moderator
Staff member
Concert programme from April 21st (ably conducted by Sachmo Shaz - thanks Sharon!!)

The New Colonial - R.B Hall
Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana - Mascagni arr.? (Yellow copies!!)
Buglers Holiday - Anderson arr. Barsotti
Rocking Trombones - Fernie
Over The Rainbow (Flugel solo) - Arlen / Harburg arr. Farr
Softly As I Leave You (Euph duet) De Vita arr. Catherall
Forgotten Dreams - Anderson arr. Kerwin
Roverdance - Whelan arr. Farr

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Comedy Tonight - Sondheim arr. S Smith
Drummers Delight (percussion feature) - Siebert
Post Horn Galop - Koenig
Georgia On My Mind (cornet solo) - Carmichael arr. Morrison
Highland Cathedral - Korb & Roever arr. Duncan
Honey Pie - Lennon & McCartney arr. S Smith
Mid All The Traffic - Ballentine
Music - Miles arr. Sparke

Encore:
The Bombasto - Farrar arr. Thorne (whoooo? ;) )


About 50/50 stuff we've been playing for a while and brand new stuff.

...and another shout for Softly... and another debut performance (well, first time since it came out of the library). Scary thought - that arrangment is 19 years old now...:eek:
 
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