Sunday Bandstand weekly brass band programme 24 January 2021

ChrisHelme

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Hello Brass Banders

Welcome to another two-hours of brass band music produced and presented by Chris Helme.

A good choice this week I am sure there will be something to enjoy by all our listeners.


A touch of sadness - some listeners may not yet be aware that one of the most highly respected brass banders has sadly passed away - James Scott, who was known throughout the brass band world.
Next week I will be featuring some of the music, contest performances both as a conductor and a player and a rare opportunity to hear just how good a cornet player he was until he put the cornet down to take up conducting in 1960.


Jan Willem van Otterloo (27.12. 1907 – 2.7.1978) was a Dutch conductor, cellist and composer. He was born in Gelderland, in the Netherlands, the son of William Frederik van Otterloo, a railway inspector, and his wife Anna Catharina. He qualified to study medicine at Utrecht University but switched to studying cello and composition at the Amsterdam Conservatoire. While playing as a cellist in the Utrecht Stedelijk Orkest, he won a composition prize from the Concertgebouw Orchestra for his Suite No. 3, which he presented in his 1932 conducting debut, also with that orchestra. He held posts with other orchestras in The Netherlands.

He spent his last 11 years in Australia. From 1967 to 1970 he was chief conductor of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and in 1971 he was appointed chief conductor of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, where he remained for the rest of his life.

Particularly prized for his performances of 19th and 20th-century music, he made numerous commercial recordings, mostly with the Residentie Orkest and others.

He died in the Melbourne suburb of East St Kilda in 1978 from injuries suffered in an automobile accident. His body was flown to The Hague for cremation.

Van Otterloo was married and divorced four times in the Netherlands.

He composed three piece and we are featuring his 1944 work Serenade which has been arranged by Klaas van der Woude for brass bands.


Playlist 24 January 2021Recording Details
Rhythm and Blues – Philip Sparke​
Opening for weekly show Foden's Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2010​
'Patrons' Choice III' - CD - Egon CD-SFZ154 - 2010​
Shining Brass - Goff Richards​
Black Dyke Band MD: Dr. Nicholas Childs - 2011​
'Flyin' To The Skies' - CD - Obrasso recording CD 945 - 2011​
Far Horizons Sailing West - Dr. Philip Wilby​
Brass Band Spijkerpakkenband (The Netherlands) MD: Erik Janssen - 2013​
'Jeanius Music' - CD - www.spijkerpakkenband.com/ ...2013​
Peace - John Golland​
Euphonium Soloist Keeley Brickle with the Pride Valley Brass MD: Bob Morton - 2006​
'Never a Dull Momemt' - CD - CVC Studios PVCD001 - 2006​
Serenade 1mvt: March 2mvt: Nocturne 3mvt: Scherzo - Willem van Otterloo arr. Klaas van der Woude​
Brass Band De Bazuin Oenkerk (The Netherlands) MD: Klaas van der Woude - 2007​
'Far from Over' - CD - De Haske Recording DHR 03-046-3 - 2007​
Emerald Skies - Paul Lovatt-Cooper​
Cornet Soloist Jim Hays with the Cooperative Funeralcare Band MD: Mike Fowles - 2012​
'A Second from Midnight' - CD - World of Sound WOS CD051 - 2013​
Maletgs Rumantschs (Romanish Pictures) : I.mvt (5) Overture - Mastralia alla veglia - Stephan Hodel​
Brass Band Burger Musik Luzern (Switzerland) MD: Ludwig Wicki - 2014​
'Perlas Rumantschas' - CD - Suisa Ime 50 - 2014​
Fidgety Feet - Jack Peberdy​
Cornet Duet Nick La Rocca and Larry Shields with the Brass Band 13 Etoiles (Switzerland) MD:​
'Highlights of the European Brass Band Championships - 1994​
(Everything I Do) I Do it for You from Robin Hood Prince of Thieves - Bryan Adams & Michael Kamen - arr. Ron Sebregts​
Oberaargauer Brass Band (Switzerland) MD: Manfred Obrecht - 2005​
'Epic Film Themes' - Obrasso Recording CD 910 - 2005​
Sweet Georgia Brown - arr. Goff Richards​
Dalewool Auckland Brass (New Zealand) MD: Nigel Weeks - 2002​
'Showtime Hits of Stage and Screen' - CD - Own Label - 2002​
Terra Australis - Martin Ellerby​
Brighouse and Rastrick Band MD: Professor David King - 2010​
'Highlights from the 2010 National Brass Band Championships' - CD - DOY CD279 - 2010​
Waltz Song - Charles Gounod arr. William Rimmer​
Cornet Soloist Mark Wilkinson with the Fodens Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2012​
'Patrons Choice V' - CD - Doyen DOYCD291 - 2012​
Fever - arr. Barrie Gott​
Vocalist Julie Woods with Steve Whittington (Bass Guitar) and the Brisbane Excelsior Band (Australia) MD: Howard Taylor - 2005​
'Australians in Song' - CD - Brisbane Excelsior Band Inc - 2005​
The Barber Of Seville - Overture - Rossini arr. Wesley Brown​
Brass Band Berner Oberland (Switzerland) MD: Carlo Balmelli - 2003​
'Pearls' - CD - Tower Music - 2003​
Spiritual Sounds - Alan Fernie​
Brass Band of the Western Reserve (USA) MD: Dr. Keith Wilkinson - 2006​
'Holy Brass' - CD - BBWRCD01 - 2006​
Jerusalem - Hubert Parry arr. Sydney Herbert​
Cornet Soloist Derek Garside with CWS (Manchester) Band MD Alex Mortimer -1960​
'Rhapsody in Brass' - Vinyl - Fontana Recording STFL537 - 1960​
Reunion and Finale - Randy Edelman Arr: Andrew Duncan​
Yorkshire Building Society Band MD: Dr. David King - 2003​
'European Brass Band Championships 2003' - DVD - World of Brass SP&S 101DVD - 2003​
Gladiator Barbarian - Hans Zimmer /Lisa Gerrard Arr: Sandy Smith​
Grimethorpe Colliery (UK Coal) Band MD: Garry Cutt - 2001​
'Movie Brass' - CD -​
Sarafand March - George H. Willcocks​
GUS (Footwear) Band MD: John Berryman - 1986​
'Oranges and Lemons - Audio Cassette only - MRFC 86234 - 1986​
Rhythm and Blues – Philip Sparke​
Closing for weekly show Foden's Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2010​
'Patrons' Choice III' - CD - Egon CD-SFZ154 - 2010​
 
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