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ROYAL NORTHERN COLLEGE OF MUSIC WIND ENSEMBLE
Conductors Tim Reynish & Matthew Weites
Thursday November 12
A LITTLE LIGHT LUNCHTIME MUSIC
Divertimento Ernest Tomlinson 1924 - 2015
Reflections on a sixteenth century tune Richard Rodney Bennett.
Les Malheurs de Sophie Jean Francaix
ERNEST TOMLINSON MBE 1924 – 2015
The doyen of British Light Music composers
Obituary by Tim Reynish July 6 2015
THREE BRAND NEW COMMISSIONS FOR SCHOOL AND AMATEUR BANDS BY FERGAL CARROLL AND ADAM GORB
SIGNIFICANT EUROPEAN COMPOSERS OF WIND ENSEMBLE
Notes from a lecture at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore
Works by Adam Gorb, Kenneth Hesketh and Luis Serrano Alarcon, latest news and their websites.
IDEAL FOR FAMILY CONCERTS
Paul Patterson’s setting of Roald Dahl’s memorable LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD is available set for narrators and wind orchestra, nine instruments or with wind quintet.
Browse above for the orchestral version and information on three works by Paul Patterson for wind orchestra
MARCO PUTZ NEW WORK
CONCERTO FOR ORGAN, WINDS & PERCUSSION to be premiered 15th November 2015 in St. Martin’s Church, Dudelange by Luxembourg Military Band, conductor Jean-Claude Braun.
Alberto Roque has sent the score of the first commission to celebrate the 10º aniversário da Orquestra de Sopros da Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa.
Luis Serrano Alarcon’s TRILOGY - MARCO POLO
World Premiere of complete work 21st June 2015
UK TWO ROMANTIC SYMPHONIES FOR WIND BY BRITISH COMPOSERS
USA World premiere of Cornet Concerto by Nigel Clarke
Mysteries of the Horizon for cornet and Wind Orchestra was premiered on 23rd May 2015 at St Catherine’s University, St Paul, Minnesota, by Haren Vanhoorne, cornet, with the University of St. Thomas Wind Ensemble conducted by Matthew George. The soloist writes:
Mysteries of the Horizon is based upon four paintings by the Belgian artist René Margritte. This piece has everything that I was expecting for a Cornet Concerto. First of all it’s totally different than any other cornet music I’ve ever heard before but still it shows off all the qualities a cornet has to offer. It’s a real hard one this is, but I think this piece will be the level of playing for the years to come”.
USA SONG OF MYSELF by James M. Stephenson (2015)
Commissioned To celebrate the retirment of Craig Kirchoff
World premiere 26th April 2015, University of Minnesota
USA HAIL CALIFORNIA
"NEW" WORK BY SAINT-SAENS RECONSTRUCTED
USA NEW DECTET FOR WIND
Former President of CBDNA Eric Rombach-Kendall writes enthusiastically about a dectet for wind:
As you consider repertoire for next year I want to make you aware of a
recent work for 10 winds (pairs of flutes, oboes, clarinets, bassoons,
horns) by Stephen Gryc titled "Six Romances After Mendelssohn". This
is exceptional music based upon the opening of Mendelssohn`s "Scottish
Symphony". It is in one continuous movement about 12 minutes in duration.
Steve recently retired from the Hartt School and you may know of some
of his other wind music (Masquerade, Variations on a Theme of
Prokofiev, Concerto for Winds and Percussion, Evensong)