Posted by: wasweband | September 16, 2008

“Big Bold Brass” Concert – Saturday, 20 September, 7:30

WA Symphonic Wind Ensemble
In conjunction with Midland Brick Brass presents:


Morley Sport & Recreation Centre, Wellington Rd, Morley
Date: Sept 20th, 2008
Time: 7.30 pm
Perth’s top concert band and brass band perform stunning works, including a giant combined-band extravaganza. Don’t miss “Godzilla Eats Las Vegas”!

Informal “wine and cheese evening” format, with door prizes and raffles and some gargantuan musical treats.
Tickets available at the door.
Tickets $10 full, $6 concession with card.
Wine and light refreshments available.

“Big Bold Brass” Programme:

[music below is for demonstration purposes only – the following versions are not by WASWE and Midland BrickBrass]

WA Symphonic Wind Ensemble:

1. Dance of the Jesters, by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky

2. Fiddle Faddle, by Leroy Anderson

3. Tribute to Duke Ellington

4. Godzilla Eats Las Vegas, by Eric Whitacre (multimedia presentation by Danni and David Parkinson)

5. Sevens, by Samuel R. Hazo

Midland Brick Brass:

6. March – The President, by William German

7. Hymn – I Know Thou Art Mine, by Leonard Ballantine

8. Folk Festival, by Shostakovich

9. Children of Sanchez, by Chuck Mangione (featuring principal cornet player Ben Noonan)

10. Pastime with Good Company, by Henry VIII

11. Pastorale, by Goff Richards

12. Jubilee Overture, by Philip Sparke

WA Symphonic Wind Ensemble and Midland Brick Brass combined:

13. Jupiter: The Bringer of Jollity, from The Planets Suite, by Gustav Holst

14. Irish Tune from County Derry, by Percy Grainger

15. March from Suite No. 1, by Gustav Holst

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