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Conducted by the COMPOSER
THIS piece was composed for performance by the massed Bands at Wembley on Empire Day two years ago. It is built upon a number of somewhat unfamiliar tunes, the first of which, Tadg bui (Yellow Tim) was taken down by the Composer from a singer of folk-songs in County Cork. An Antrim tune, and snatches of The Green Ribbon, lead to the appearance, as a Euphonium solo, of Along the Ocean shore. The Clarinets next start a ' chorus Jig ' and a Pipers' Dance is heard a little later. Two more tunes are used. and then the last section is made out of two 'Reels.

ORCHESTRA Amrain na NGaedeal, ' Songs of the Gael ' (A Gaelic Fantasy) - B. Walton O'Donnell
AKSAROVA Melodie - Rachmaninov
Tarr - Vassilenko
Sunset - Tchaikovsky
FRANK TITTERTON 0 Moon of my delight - Liza Lehmann
The Sun God - Jaines
ORCHESTRA The Wedding March ('A Midsummer Night's Dream ') - Mendelssohn


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