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Morning Performance


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Fanfare with Brass and Voices
Graeme Kay focuses on the virtuoso tradition of the amateur brass band movement and introduces a rarity in the repertoire of bands and choirs, a cantata with brass band accompaniment.
Walton The first ShootGrimethorpe
Colliery Band, conductor Elgar Howarth
Kenneth Hesketh The Alchymist's Journal (first performance) Black Dyke Band, conductor Nicholas Childs
Torstein Aagaard-Nilsen Cornet Concerto Roger Webster , Black Dyke Band, conductor Nicholas Childs
Joseph Horowitz Samson
Roland Davitt (baritone), Choristers of Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, RNCM Chamber Choir and Brass Band, conductor James Gourlay
Martin Ellerby Concerto for tenor horn Owen Farr , Williams Fairey Band, conductor Sian Edwards
Walton, arr Hindmarsh Galop - Finale
(Music for Children) Grimethorpe Colliery Band, conductor Elgar Howarth


Unknown: Graeme Kay
Conductor: Elgar Howarth
Conductor: Kenneth Hesketh
Conductor: Nicholas Childs
Unknown: Roger Webster
Conductor: Nicholas Childs
Conductor: Joseph Horowitz Samson
Baritone: Roland Davitt
Conductor: James Gourlay
Conductor: Martin Ellerby
Horn: Owen Farr
Conductor: Sian Edwards
Unknown: Hindmarsh Galop
Conductor: Elgar Howarth

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Morning Performance

BBC Radio 3, 7 June 2002 11.30

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