Brass in Concert; de programma's

Laatste update om 10:54 op Sunday, 19 November

Twaalf deelnemers, waarvan drie niet Britse deelnemers, brengen tijdens de entertainmentwedstrijd hun programma's.

Programma band 1: Flowers Band o.l.v. David Childs:

Blackbird Special (Dirty Dozen Brass Band arr. Reid Gilje)
La Fiesta Chick Corea (arr. Philip Harper)
La Napolitaine (Oskar Böhme - arr. Ralph Pearce - cornet solist: Harmen Vanhoorne)
Nobody Does it Better (Marvin Hamlisch arr. Paul Lovatt-Cooper - soliste Emily Evans (tenor horn) en Joanne Childs (flugel horn))
Legends (Peter Graham) en tot besluit Toss the Feathers (trad. Arr. Peter Graham)

Programma band 2. Paris Brass Band (Florent Didier)
I. Birth (Fabien Cali - cornet soloist: Alexis Demailly) 
II. Rushing Through! (Fabien Cali) 
III. Hymne à l’amour - Paroles de Edith Piaf (Marguerite Monnot arr. Jean-Jacques Charles, rev. Fabien Cali - flugel solist: Jean-Philippe Benesse) 
IV. Death (Fabien Cali) 
V. Afterglow (Fabien Cali) 
VI. Grieving (Fabien Cali - euphonium solist: Bastien Baumet) 
VII. A New Dawn (Fabien Cali - Eb tuba solist: Jean-Baptiste Renaux) 
VIII. Rejoicing (Fabien Cali)
3. Carlton Main Frickley Colliery (Ian McElligott) 
Back to the Future (Alan Silvestri) 
Song from Milestone (Peter Meechan - cornet soliste: Kirsty Abbotts) 
Havana Heat (Ben Hollings) 
Alfie (Ian McElligott - flugel solist: Sam Fisher) 
Finale from From Ancient Times (Jan Van der Roost)
4. Virtuosi GUS (Adam Cooke)
Cherry Blossoms and Yagi Bushi from Japanese Tune (Soichi Konagaya arr. Christian Overhead) 
Bushido (Christian Overhead - euphonium solist: Matthew White) 
Song for Japan (Steve Verhelst arr. Gustav Aaberg), 
The Burning of Mount Wakakusa (Eric Guinivan) 
Tale of the Dragon (Paul Lovatt-Cooper) 
5. Fountain City (Dr. Joseph Parisi)
Creep (Hammond, Hazlewood, Yorke, Greenwood, Greenwood, O’Brien and Selway arr. Lee Harrelson) 
Enterprising Young Men from Star Trek (Michael Giacchino arr. Harrelson) 
We Seven (Derek Jenkins) 
Danza Final from Estancia (Alberto Ginastera arr. Harrelson) 
Who Wants to Live Forever? (Brian May arr. Peter Meechan - featuring Matthew Vangjel (flugel) en Ryan Sharp (trompet)) 
Brass Machine (Mark Taylor arr. Harrelson) 
6. Eikanger-Bjørsvik Musikklag (Reid Gilje) 
Tales of the North Sea 
Waves on Deck (Kjetil Djønne), 
The Boatmen’s Ballad (Frode Rydland - flugel soliste: Gyda Matland), 
The Mackerel Shoal and the Lonely Monkfish (Reid Gilje), 
Dark Abyss (Fredrick Schjelderup). 
7. Cory (Philip Harper)
Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band - The World’s Most Iconic Album Sleeve EVER! 
It was 50 years ago today… 
Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Paul McCartney arr. Philip Harper), I’ll Get By With a Little Help From My Friends (McCartney arr. Harper - met in de hoofdrol Tom Hutchinson en Stephanie Wilkins (cornets), Chris Thomas en Gareth Robinson (trombones)) 
The Great Entertainers 
Captain from Castile (Alfred Newman arr. Philip Harper) 
The Visionary Artists 
Mood Indigo (Duke Ellington, arr. Philip Harper) 
The Noble Poets 
And Death Shall Have No Dominion (Philip Harper - euphonium solist: Glyn Williams) 
The Gurus 
East Meets West (Philip Harper) 
8. Brighouse and Rastrick Dr. (David Thornton)
‘…point me to the skies’ - a celebration of the human spirit 
Declaration (Drew Fennell) 
‘…all men are created equal, they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.’ - The Declaration of Independence (1776) 
Ave Maria (J.S. Bach/Gounod arr. Andrew Baker - tenorhorn soliste: Sheona White) 
’The final aim of all music should be none other than the glory of God and the refreshment of the soul.’ - J.S. Bach (1716) 
Metal (Graham Fitkin arr. Andrew Baker) 
“Doctors and scientists said that breaking the four-minute mile was impossible, that one would die in the attempt. Thus, when I got up after collapsing at the finish line, I figured I was dead.” - Roger Bannister (1954) 
Reaching for the Stars (Michael Kamen arr. Andrew Baker) 
‘Here men from the Planet Earth first set foot upon the moon, July 1969 A.D. We came in peace for all mankind.’ - The inscription on a plaque left behind after Apollo 11 departed. 
Finale from Vita Destructa (Todd Smith) 
“For time and the world do not stand still. Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.” John F. Kennedy (1963)
9. Grimethorpe Colliery (Capt. Sam Hairsine) 
Lawrence of Arabia (Maurice Jarre arr. Mortimer) 
Toccata from Le Tombeau de Couperin (Ravel arr. Tony Rickard) 
Little Fugue in G Minor (J.S. Bach arr. Sandy Smith) 
In Christ Alone (Getty and Townsend arr. R. Philips) 
Prelude to Lavenham (Geoffrey Nobes) 
Celestial Celebration - Finale from Earthrise (Nigel Clarke)
10. Leyland (Thomas Wyss)
What Now My Love (Stanley Black arr. John Doyle) 
Malaguena (Stanley Black arr. Thomas Wyss) 
People (Jule Stryne arr. Stanley Black trans. Alan Catherall - trompet solist: John Doyle) 
Meadowland (Stanley Black arr. John Doyle). 
11. Foden’s Dr. (Robert Childs)
Youngblood (Daniel Hall) 
Elfried (George Swift arr. Alan Catherall - euphonium solist: Gary Curtin) 
12th Street Rag (Eubay Bowman arr. Daniel Hall) 
Memories of a Lost Child (Ben Hollings) 
Diversions after Purcell (Purcell arr. Jonathan Bates) 
Fugue from Young Persons Guide to the Orchestra (Benjamin Britten arr. David Childs).
12. Tredegar (Ian Porthouse)
Breaking Boundaries: A celebration of the spirit of adventure 
A nation responds... Calling All Workers (Eric Coates arr. Ceri John) 
Seeking freedom through music... A Mis Abuelos (Arturo Sandoval arr. Jacob Vilhelm Larsen - trompet solist: 
Dewi Griffiths) 
Fighting for a cause... Ivory Ghosts (Gavin Higgins) 
Reinventing tradition... Fuga y Misterio (Astor Piazzolla arr. Leigh Baker) 
The forgotten innovator... Gypsy Dance (Alexander Dargomyzhsky arr. Ceri John) 
Celebrating acceptance and inclusion... Rainbow Connections (Daniel Hall)

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