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Shown below are the musical items being performed at the Cadogan Hall and the Royal Albert Hall by the various staff bands during the ISB120 celebration weekend (Friday -Sunday June 3-5).

Friday

7.30pm – International Staff Band and New York Staff Band – Cadogan Hall.

Exultate Deo (Paul Sharman), Time to be Holy (Paul Sharman), Diamond Jubilee (Stephen Bulla), The Better World (Norman Bearcroft Рeuphonium soloist: Derick Kane), Cornet feature: Eternal Song (Joseph Turrin), Transformation (Kenneth Downie), Ol Man River (Mark Freeh), Soul-full (Paul Sharman Рflugel horn soloist: Richard Woodrow), The Hope of Glory (Kenneth Downie), The Invincible Army (Erik Leidz̩n), Sound the Battle Cry (arr. Dorothy Gates), Enter the Galaxies (Paul Lovatt-Cooper), The Cleansing Power (Stephen Bulla), Symphony of Thanksgiving (Dean Goffin), Band vocal РRock of Ages (arr. William Bearchell), Consecration (Brian Bowen), St. Teresa (Peter Graham), Shine as the Light (Peter Graham).

Saturday

2:00pm – Amsterdam Staff Band (Olaf J. Ritman)

We Are Not Alone (Pepper Choplin, arr. Olaf J. Ritman), Ride the Chariot (Olaf J. Ritman), Intrada on Ein Feste Burg (Ray Farr), The Quiet Heart (arr. Olaf J. Ritman), Where Eagles Sing (Paul Lovatt-Cooper).

2:30pm – Canadian Staff Band (John Lam)

The Gathering (Marcus Venables), O Magnum Mysterium (Morten Lauridsen, arr. Leonard Ballantine), Rejoice! (Robert Redhead).

3:00pm – Chicago Staff Band (William Himes)

Vienna Philharmonic Fanfare (Richard Strauss trs. Himes), Festival arrangement – Victory for Me! (Wilfred Heaton), Song setting – Soli Deo Gloria (William Himes), Symphony No. 3, Mvt. 4 – Allegro con brio (Vittorio Giannini trs. Himes).

3:30pm – German Staff Band (Heinrich Schmidt)

Celebration (Leslie Condon), This is My Father s World (Ruben A. Schmidt), A Variation for Jubilee – Lobe den Herren (Ruben A. Schmidt).

4:00pm – International Staff Band (Dr. Stephen Cobb)

Psalm of Thanks (Paul Sharman), Flow Gently Sweet Afton (Paul Sharman), Fire in the Blood (Paul Lovatt-Cooper).

4:30pm – Japan Staff Band (Hajime Suzuki)

Hymn tune arrangement – Stella (Erik Silfverberg), March – Hope in My Heart (Hajime Suzuki), Japanese songs – Songs of Sunset (Shin Kusakawa and Kingetsu Murosaki, arr. Naohiro Iwai), Chorus selection – My Soul s Desire (Hajime Suzuki), Bolero – I Have Decided to Follow Jesus (William Himes).

5:00pm – Melbourne Staff Band (Ken Waterworth)

Tunesmith Overture – Songs of Howard Davies (Stephen Bulla), Now I Belong to Jesus (Clayton arr. Bill Broughton – vocal soloist: Rebecca Raymond), Atonement (Roger Trigg).

5:30pm – New York Staff Band (Ronald Waiksnoris)

Overture for Brass (Joseph Turrin), The Children of Sanchez (Chuck Mangione arr. R. Gilje – flugel horn soloist: Andrew Garcia), This I Know (William Himes), Exultate (Kenneth Downie).

6:00pm – 7:00 pm – Interval

7:00pm – 9:00pm – Brass Spectacular involving all bands on stage together with guest soloists and International Staff Songsters (ISS).

Fanfare, Prelude and Fugue on Sine Nomine (Peter Graham), Nothing Do I Bring (William Broughton) (Conductor: Hajime Suzuki), King of Heaven (Kenneth Downie), Jesus Loves Me (Ray Bowes – ISS), Pardon, Power and Praise (Kenneth Downie – ISS), Scottish Folk Variants (Stephen Bulla – euphonium soloist: Derick Kane) Dancebeat (Paul Sharman) (Conductor: Ken Waterworth), Stand Up and Bless the Lord (Falcon Street arr. William Himes) (Conductor: Heinrich Schmidt), Pursuing Horizons (Dudley Bright) (Conductor: Stephen Cobb), Flugel Horn feature – So Glad (William Himes) (Conductor: Wiliam Himes, Flugel horn soloists: Richard Woodrow, Andrew Garcia, Katsutoshi Manabe, Michael Zalewski, Steef Klepke, Lindsay Peterson, John Avery and Tim Meyer), Band vocal – My Simple Prayer (Paul Lovatt-Cooper arr. Kenneth Downie, words: Rob Little) (Conductor: Olaf Ritman), In Quiet Pastures (Ray Steadman-Allen) (Conductor: John Lam), The Call of the Righteous (Leslie Condon) (Conductor: Ron Waiksnoris), St. Clements (Andrew Blyth) (Conductor: Stephen Cobb).

Sunday

2:00pm – All eight staff bands assemble at the top of The Mall
2:15pm – March down The Mall
2:35pm – 30-minute concert of music in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace
3:05pm – Concert concludes with National Anthem
3:10pm – March out of Buckingham Palace, past the General of The Salvation Army, Linda Bond, who will take the salute
3:30pm – Bands complete march at Birdcage Walk

One response to “Play the music, play”

  1. Thanks again Mr Webmaster for your excellent coverage and publicity for ISB120.

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