Sunday Bandstand weekly brass band programme 9 June 2019


Hello Brass Banders

Another great show for you this week. I hope all is well in your banding world and if you are still playing you are as busy as you want to be with summer engagements.

We have bands from around the world for you again this week, from as far away as Norway, USA, The Netherlands, Australia, Switzerland and some fine bands from here in the UK. There are some fabulous soloists on this week's show with performances dating back to a 1941 recording of a very popular cornet solo.

Sit back put your feet up with a glass or cup of your favourite tipple and enjoy the show...

Paul Harris history

After setting up his law practice in Chicago, Paul Harris gathered several business associates to discuss the idea of forming an organization for local professionals.

On 23 February 1905, Harris, Gustavus Loehr, Silvester Schiele, and Hiram Shorey gathered at Loehr’s office in Room 711 of the Unity Building in downtown Chicago. This was the first Rotary club meeting.

“I was sure that there must be many other young men who had come from farms and small villages to establish themselves in Chicago ... Why not bring them together? If others were longing for fellowship as I was, something would come of it.”

In February 1907, Harris was elected the third president of the Rotary Club of Chicago, a position he held until the fall of 1908. Toward the end of his club presidency, Harris worked to expand Rotary beyond Chicago. Some club members resisted, not wanting to take on the additional financial burden. But Harris persisted and by 1910 Rotary had expanded to several other major U.S. cities.

Harris died on 27 January 1947 in Chicago at age 78 after a prolonged illness.

His death prompted an outpouring of contributions from around the world and his name continues to evoke the passion and support of Rotarians and friends of Rotary.

In 2005 as part of the celebrations for the centenary of Rotary Peter Graham composed 'Celebrate Rotary, a concert march that was first performed by Black Dyke in Cardiff. This piece is on this week's show.

Playlist 9 June 2019 Recording 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
Arromanches - Albert Edward Kelly arr: Peter Graham Sellers Engineering Band MD: Norman Law - 1993 'We Love a Parade' - CD - Chandos Recording CHAN4527 - 1993
Variations on an Enigma - Philip Sparke Eikanger Bjorsvik Musikklag (Norway) MD: Howard Snell - 1995 'Kings Messenger' - Doyen recording DOY CD047 - 1995
Fever (As Performed by Michael Bublé) - John Davenport arr: Marc Jeanbourquin Cory Band MD: Philip Harper - 2018 'Destination Moon' - CD - De Haske Recording - 2018
Jenny Wren - Roland Davis Cornet Soloist William Lang with the Black Dyke Mills Band MD: Arthur O. Pearce - 1941 Jenny Wren and Steadfast and True' - 78 rpm - Regal Zonophone MR.3525 CAR5979-1 - Recorded 1st February 1941
Bergamasca - Bernardo Gianoncelli arr: James Gourlay Williams Fairey Band MD: James Gourlay - 1997 'Williams Fairey Diamond Jubilee' - Double CD - Doyen Label DOY0052 - 1997
Celebrate Rotary - Peter Graham Black Dyke Band MD: Dr. Nicholas Childs - 2005 'Essential Dyke Volume V' - CD - Doyen DOY CD193 -2005
Lift up your Voice - Stephen Bulla Melbourne Staff Band (Australia) BM: Ken Waterworth - 2014 'Chronicles' - CD - 2014
Masaniello Overture - Daniel Auber arr: Aubrey Winter The Sun Life Band MD: Bryan Hurdley - 1990 'Avondale ' - CD - Label: Grasmere GRCD41
Gabriel's Oboe from The Mission - Ennio Morricone Euphonium Soloist Jeremiah Hemphill with the Brass Band of Central Florida (USA) MD: Chad Shoopman - 2011 'Brass Band of Central Florida '15th Anniversary' - CD - Doyen DOY CD347- 2011
Kiwi On Parade - Les Francis Brass Band De Waldsang (The Netherlands) MD: Rieks van der Velde - 2001 'Bandstand - Famous Brass Band Marches' - CD - World Wind Music Mirasound BV 500.063 WWM - 2001
Phoenix Rising - Tom Davoren Foden's Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2019 'Trials and Triumphs' - CD - Doyen Recording DOY CD391 - 2019
The Three Saints (St Petroc, St Breward & St. Manefreda) - Goff Richards Fodens Band MD: Nicholas Childs - 1997 'Brass Explosion' - CD - Obrasso Recording CD863 - 1997
Air n Variations - Stephen Bulla Euphonium Soloist Aaron Vanderweele with the New York Staff Band BM: Ron Waiksnoris - 2003 'Air n Variations' - CD - Triumphonic Recordings - 2003
Witches Sabbath - Hector Berlioz arr: Andrew Duncan Whitburn Band MD: Andrew Duncan - 2004 'Highlights Brass in Concert 2004' - CD - Doyen Recording CD194 - 2004
Miller Magic - arr: Denzil Stephens Christie-Tyler Cory Band MD: Brian Howard - 1989 'Brass From the Valleys' - Cassette - Polyphonic CPRIL 044D - 1989
A Gaelic Blessing - John Rutter arr: Darrol Barry Flugel Horn Soloist Iwan Williams with the Yorkshire Building Society Band MD: Dr. David King - 2005 'Mellow Moments' - CD - Egon SFZ128 - 2005
Main Theme from Superman - John Williams arr: Ray Farr Brass Band Burgermusick Luzern (Switzerland) MD: Ludwig Wicki - 2002 'The Best of Brass Cinema' - CD - Obrasso Recording CD881 - 2002
Prelude for a Hero - Joop van Dijk Delta Brass Zeeland (The Netherlands) MD: Luc Vertommen - 2008 'Prelude for a Hero' - CD - Mirasound Amersfoort STEMRA 887722-2 - 2008
When I’m 64 –Paul McCartney arr: Alan Fernie Britannia Building Society MD: Howard Snell - 1988
Softly Softly - Wess arr: Ray Farr Buy As You View Cory Band MD: Dr. Robert Childs - 2004 'Day of the Dragon' - CD - Doyen DOY CD173 - 2004
Rhythm and Blues – Philip Sparke Closing for weekly show Foden's Band MD: Michael Fowles - 2010 'Patrons' Choice III' - CD - Egon CD-SFZ154 - 2010