Fulham Brass entertain at St James’s Park

On the afternoon of Saturday 22nd August 2009, Fulham Brass performed a demanding programme of music to a large appreciative audience at St James’s Park in Central London. Pictures available here (Fulham website) and here (commercial photographer)

The programme featured a number of the band’s soloists as well as a sneak preview of our entertainment programme for the forthcoming Wychavon Entertainment Contest.

An independant review of this concert can be found here

This was our complete programme for the afternoon:-

Concert 1: 3pm-4.20pm
Simoraine
Nabucodonosor
Rusalka’s Song to the Moon – cornet solo (Andy Sladen)
La Danza
Irish Blessing
Fanfare and Flying Theme from ET
Radetsky March
Chanson de Matin
Rainforest from Windows of the World – horn solo (Ally Crowther)
The Water of Tyne
Eventide – Hymn tune setting
Doyen
The National Anthem
Concert 2: 5pm-6.15pm
Knight Templar
Harlequin
Stardust – trombone solo (Paul Lynch)
Blow the Wind Southerly
For the Love of a Princess (from Braveheart)
Gopak
Blenheim Flourishes
Song for Ina – euphonium solo (Mike Dean)
Selection from Harry Potter – Prisoner of Akzaban
Comedian’s Galop
The Girl I Left Behind Me
Blaenwarn – Hymn tune setting
Finale from Faust
The National Anthem