Sunday Bandstand weekly brass band programme 17 March 2019

ChrisHelme

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Hello Brass Banders - Welcome to another two hours of brass band music from Sunday Bandstand. We have music both old and the not so old and some fabulous soloists.

Don't forget if you have a request or question about the world of brass bands I would be pleased to hear from you - enquiries@chrishelme-brighouse.org.uk


Walter Paul "Woody" English (1867-1916) was an American tuba player and band composer. He was born in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1867. He grew up in Dallas, Texas playing tuba in various bands. In 1891 he joined a circus band and in 1892 he joined the band on the McMahon Circus. During the next three years he travelled with various circus bands.

He played tuba in Carl Clair's band for the European tour of Barnum & Bailey's Greatest Show on Earth at the turn of the century (1897-1903). He took up the conducting in 1907. In 1909 he played for Norris & Rowe (Smith). English spent three years with the Sells-Floto Circus. In 1913, he played tuba for The Girl of Eagle Ranch production, thereafter rejoining Sells Floto. Karl King and English subsequently co-authored a march, 'Howdy Pap'.

He died in Denver, Colorado in 1916. In 1984, English was elected to the (Circus Band) Windjammer's Hall of Fame.

On this week's show we feature what is recognised as his most famous march 'Royal Decree' played by the Sun Life (Stanshawe) Band MD: Roy Newsome - originally recorded in 1979.

Playlist 17 March 2019
Rhythm and Blues – Philip Sparke Opening for weekly show Foden's Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2010
San Marino March - George Hawkins Grimethorpe Colliery Band MD: George Thompson - 1970
Prelude And Jubilate 1) Prelude & 2) Jubilate - Darrol Barry Scottish Co-op Band MD: Allan Ramsey - 2007
Pie Jesu - Gabriel Faure arr: Roger Harvey Trumpet Soloist Tracey Redfern with the Halle Brass Ensemble - 1997
Pel Mel - W. Hogarth Lear Buy as you View Cory Band MD: Dr. Robert Childs - 2006
I only have eyes for you - Harry Warren James Shepherd Versatile Brass - 1976
Dance of the Buffoons - Tchaikovsky arr: Dave Timmins Leyland Band MD: Russell Gray - 2006
East Anglian Impressions - Jacob de Haan Soli Deo Gloria MD: Jan de Haan - 1982
Concerto for Trumpet - Harry James Trumpet Soloist Gerard Schwarz with the Grimethorpe Colliery Band MD: Elgar Howarth - 1977
Trittico for Brass Band - James Curnow Christie-Tyler Cory Band MD: Brian Howard - 1989
Royal Decree March - Walter English Sun Life (Stanshawe) Band MD: Roy Newsome - Originally Performed 1979
Elan - Philip Harper National Youth Brass Band of Great Britain MD: Dr. Roy Newsome - 2000
My Fair Lady - Frederick Loewe arr: Alan Fernie Tredegar Town Band MD: Nicholas Childs - 2008
Everywhere at Once - Bertrand Moren La Condordia Vertroz (Switzerland) MD: Bertrand Moren - 2018
In Dublin's Fair City - Roy Newsome Euphonium Soloist Graham McEvoy with the Besses o'th' Barn Band MD: Roy Newsome - 1980
Wingates March - J.A.Greenwood Wingates Band MD: David Thornton - 2011
Ruy Blas Op.95 Overture - Felix Mendelssohn arr: Gordon Langford Massed bands of Foden's Motor Works, Fairey Aviation and Morris Motors MD: Harry Mortimer - 1969
No More Blues - Kim Scharnberg Bones Apart Trombone Quartet: Carol Jarvis; Becky Smith; Becca Harper & Lorna McDonald - 2002
Star and Stripes Forever - Sousa Bones Apart Trombone Quartet: Carol Jarvis; Becky Smith; Becca Harper & Lorna McDonald - 2002
Kyrie for the Magdalene / Chevaliers de Sangreal (From "The Da Vinci Code") Black Dyke Band MD: Dr. Nicholas Childs - 2008
Pateley Bridge March - Roy Newsome Hepworth Band MD: Norman Law - 1999
Rhythm and Blues – Philip Sparke Closing for weekly show Foden's Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2010

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