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   Arne
       Rule Britannia (Arne) Trumpet ChoirVoices

1    Rule! Britannia!


2    Chorus of Rule! Britannia!

       When Daisies Pied (Arne) Flute Piano

1    When Daisies Pied

       Where the bee sucks, there suck I (Arne) Voice Strings

1    Where the bee sucks, there suck I


   Bantock
       Hamabdil - a Hebrew Melody (Bantock) Cello Harp

1    Main melody on cello, accompanied by the harp.


   Bennet
       Weep O Mine Eyes (Bennet) ChoirVoices

1    Tenor part - Weep O Mine Eyes


   Bilk
       Stranger On the Shore (Bilk) Clarinet

1    main tune


   Byrd
       Ave Verum Corpus (Byrd) ChoirVoices

1    Main theme

       Pavan - The Earle of Salisbury (Byrd) Harpsichord

1    Pavan - The Earle of Salisbury


   Clarke
       Trumpet Voluntary (Prince of Denmark's March) (Clarke) Trumpet

1    Trumpet Voluntary (Prince of Denmark's March)


   Delius
       In a Summer garden, 1st theme B (Delius) Oboe

1    In a Summer garden, 1st theme B

       La Calinda from Koanga (Delius)

1    Main theme


   Dibdin
       The Bells of Aberdovey (Dibdin) Flute Piano

1    Main tune


   Elgar
       Cello Concerto in E minor Op 85 1st movement (Elgar) Cello

1    Introductory theme


2    First main theme, this is the most well-known adagio cello tune from this concerto.

       Cello Concerto in E minor Op 85 2nd movement (Elgar) Cello

1    After a brief orchestral introduction, the cello plays this stark passage.

       Cello Concerto in E minor Op 85 3rd movement (Elgar) Cello

1    Main theme

       Cello Concerto in E minor Op 85 4th movement (Elgar) Cello

1    Main theme

       Chanson de Matin (Elgar) Violin Piano

1    Principal theme

       Enigma. Var 00 First movement of Enigma Variations (Elgar)

1    Enigma Variations

       Enigma. Var 09 Nimrod (Elgar)

1    Main theme

       Introduction and Allegro for Strings, Op 47 (Elgar)

1    The first theme features some huge leaps in the strings

       Like to the Damask Rose (Elgar) ChoirVoices Piano

1    Like to the Damask Rose

       Pomp and Circumstance March No.1 in D (Orchestra) (Elgar)

1    Introductory theme to Pomp and Circumstance March No 1 in D


2    First main tune, an enegetic theme.


3    This is the lyrical theme to which the words 'land of Hope and Glory' were later set.

       Pomp and Circumstance March No.2 (Elgar)

1    First theme


2    Second theme


3    Third theme

       Pomp and Circumstance March No.3 (Elgar)

1    First theme


2    Second theme


3    Third theme


4    Fourth theme

       Pomp and Circumstance March No.4 in G (Elgar)

1    Pomp and Circumstance March No 4 in G


2    This is the slow majestic theme for which March No 4 is famous, introduced by clarinets and horns.

       Romance Op 62 for bassoon and Orchestra (Elgar) Bassoon

1    First theme by solo bassoon

       Salut d'amour (Piano solo) (Elgar) Violin

1    Main tune

       Salut d'Amour Op 12 (flute/piano, orchestra) (Elgar) Violin

1    Main theme

       Serenade for Strings - 3rd movement Allegretto (Elgar) Strings

1    First theme

       Serenade for Strings - Larghetto (Elgar) Strings

1    Main theme

       Symphony No.1 in Ab, 1st movement - Andante Nobilmente e semplice - Allegro (Elgar)

1    A slow stately theme opens this symphony.

       Symphony No.1 in Ab, 2nd movement - allegro molto (Elgar)

1    First theme

       Symphony No.1 in Ab, 3rd movement - adagio (Elgar)

1    First theme

       Symphony No.1 in Ab, 4th movement - Allegro (Elgar)

1    First theme

       Violin Concerto in B minor Op 61, 2nd movement - Andante (Elgar) Violin

1    The quiet orchestral opening to the slow movement.


   Gauntlett
       Once in Royal David's City. (Gauntlett) Trumpet Trombone Tuba

1    main tune


   German
       Morris dance from Henry VIII Incidental Music (German) Piano

1    Morris dance from Henry VIII Incidental Music

       Romance for Clarinet and Piano (German) Clarinet Piano

1    Romance for Clarinet and Piano


   Gomersall
       Aspirations Overture (Gomersall)

1    Main theme introduced by the cello

       California (from West To East - Suite for Orchestra) (Gomersall)

1    Introductory theme on unison brass - quote from "Good Vibrations"


2    Beach Volleyball - first violins


3    Wildflowers at Point Lobos - French Horns


4    San Francisco - trumpets


5    Misty rocks at Big Sur - oboes


6    Magical Carmel - first violins


7    El Capitan at Yosemite (trumpets, violins, horns)

       Floating - for piano and strings (Gomersall) Piano Strings

1    piano floating above quiet strings


2    piano gliding around above strings


3    strings join piano, bursting out with a lyrical tune

       Miniature Overture (Gomersall)

1    First theme on strings, after a dramatic orchestral tutti introduction


2    A majestic tune emerges on violins and horns.


3    A contrasting theme on the horns


4    A brighter tune on a high trumpet


5    A lyrical tune on the first violins

       Minuet for Hand Bells (Gomersall) Bells

1    Minuet for Hand Bells

       Mysteria - Tone Picture for Orchestra. (Gomersall) Bells EnglishHorn

1    Mysterious introductory theme.


2    Cor Anglais (English Horn) main theme - simple scale passage

       New Orleans (from West To East - Suite for Orchestra) (Gomersall)

1    Down on the Levee.


2    Le Vieux Carré -the French Quarter of New Orleans. Dixieland jazz. Trumpet.


3    Mississippi Paddle Boat - theme on horns.


4    Algiers Point - theme on clarinets

       Piano Trio in D - 1st Movement - Moderato (Gomersall) Violin Cello Piano

1    First theme of 1st movement, introduced by the cello, then canonically taken up by the violin and the piano.


2    Second theme of 1st movt, on the violin, accompanied by staccato chords on the piano.

       Piano Trio in D - 2nd Movement - Andante (Gomersall) Violin Cello Piano

1    First theme of 2nd movement, a lyrical descending melody on the violin, with an ascending counter-melody on the cello. It has a plaintive tone, in B minor.


2    Second theme of 2nd movement. This is the same tune as theme 1, but transformed into a happier major mode.

       Piano Trio in D - 3rd Movement - Minuet and Trio (Gomersall) Violin Cello Piano

1    First theme of the 3rd movement, a minuet in G major. This tune starts on the violin.


2    2nd theme of the minuet, on the cello.


3    Trio theme, in subdominant key of C major. This is in the style of the 'Landler', an Austrian country dance, precursor of the waltz.

       Piano Trio in D - 4th Movement - Rondo (Gomersall) Violin Cello Piano

1    Theme A of the 4th movement rondo, introduced on the piano, with an 'Alberti Bass' figure in the left hand.


2    Theme B of the 4th movement rondo, triplet figures in the relative minor key on the cello.


3    Theme C of the 4th movt, a bright, triumpant tune in A major, introduced on the cello.

       Planter's Song, from Savannah, from West-to East Suite (Gomersall)

1    Main theme

       Sailor's Song, from Savannah, from West-to East Suite (Gomersall)

1    This is wriiten in the style of an old sea shanty, with a declamatory line (on woodwinds) alternating with a chorus (on strings).

       Savannah (from West to East - Suite for Orchestra) (Gomersall)

1    Colonial Sailor's Song. This is wriiten in the style of an old sea shanty, with a declamatory line (on woodwinds) alternating with a chorus (on strings).


2    Chippewa Square. The peace and tranquillity of this place is depicted with a calm slow tune on violins, accompanied by rapid but harmonious figure on cellos, and with occasional toots by the flutes.


3    The Planter's Song. The cellos start to play their tuneful riff, possibly kidding listeners that this is the actual theme, but the trumpet then bursts in with a very jolly tune.


4    Cold evening at Tybee Island.This beach is probably packed with swimmers and surfers on a warm sunny day, but in this scene the oboes and the pulsating strings depict a deserted beach on a cold evening.


5    Fort Pulanski. Side drums and a trumpet fanfare introduce this military episode. Later the tempo accelerates leading to a huge tutti crash, as the fort's walls are breached by accurate and deadly cannon fire. Calm then returns to Savannah in the coda of this movement.

       Stocho Barocco - an Aeolian Amble (Gomersall)

1    Theme 1 is introduced by the oboe, then 2 bars later it is joined (quasi fugally) by the clarinet, then 2 bars later by the flute.


2    Theme 2 follows on behind theme 1, and it blends with it contrapuntally.


3    Theme 3 comes in on the horn in the bass register.


4    Theme 4 is played on the violins in counterpoint with theme 3.

       Study in Rondo Form (Gomersall)

1    Theme A of this rondo.


2    Theme B of this rondo.


3    Theme C of this rondo.

       Study in Ternary Form (Gomersall)

1    Theme A which starts in A major and modulates to the dominant key of E major.


2    Theme B, which returns to the tonic key of A major.


3    Theme A2, which is like theme A, but it ends up in the home key of A major

       The Blackbird (Tone Poem) (Gomersall)

1    The Blackbird (Tone Poem)

       The Old Woman and the Pedlar (Gomersall) Violin Viola Cello

1    The Old Woman and the Pedlar

       The South-West (from West To East - Suite for Orchestra) (Gomersall)

1    Grand Canyon.


2    The Lost Tribe of Sinagua


3    Hispanic Festival


4    Pueblo Lament

       The South-West (from West To East - Suite for Orchestra) - Live recording by Unley Symphony Orchestra - (Gomersall)

1    Grand Canyon.


2    The Lost Tribe of Sinagua


3    Hispanic Festival


4    Pueblo Lament

       Tranquil Overture (Gomersall)

1    Tranquil Overture


   Holst
       Planets Suite - 1 - Mars the Bringer of War. (Holst)

1    Mars the Bringer of War from the Planets

       Planets Suite - 2 - Venus the Bringer of Peace. (Holst)

1    Venus the Bringer of Peace from the Planets

       Planets Suite - 3 - Mercury the Winged Messemger. (Holst)

1    Mercury the Winged Messemger from the Planets

       Planets Suite - 4 - Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity (Holst)

1    Planets Suite - Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity - Theme 1 - Opening


2    Theme 2, a bold statement by the horns.


3    Theme 3, again the horns dominate.


4    Theme 4, horns yet again!


5    Theme 5 "I vow to thee my country", a majestic tune introduced by the cellos.

       Planets Suite - 5 - Saturn, the bringer of old age. (Holst)

1    Slow augmented chords precede this lugubrious theme on the horns.

       Planets Suite - 6 - Uranus the Magician. (Holst)

1    The brass casts the magician's spell, 4 mysterious notes - G Eb A B.

       Planets Suite - 7 - Neptune the Mystic. (Holst)

1    Flutes and bass flute open with this pianissimo theme.


   Ketèlbey
       In a Monastery Garden (Ketèlbey) Piano

1    Main theme

       In a Persian Market (Ketèlbey)

1    The camel drivers gradually approach the market


2    The beggars ask for alms, "Back-sheesh, Allah"


3    The beautiful princess arrives at the marketplace


   Lloyd-Webber
       All I Ask of You - from Phantom of the Opera (Lloyd-Webber) Voice Clarinet

1    first theme, low pitched tune.


2    second theme, a soaring tune with brilliant descending ninths and sixths.

       Memory from 'Cats'. (Lloyd-Webber) Flute Harp Violin

1    Main theme

       The Music of the Night - from Phantom of the Opera (Voice) (Lloyd-Webber) Voice Clarinet

1    Main theme

       The Music of the Night -clarinet/piano (Lloyd-Webber) Voice Clarinet

1    Main theme


   McCartney
       And I Love Her (McCartney) Harmonica Guitar Piano

1    Main theme

       Hey Jude (McCartney) Piano Strings

1    Main theme

       Yesterday (McCartney) Guitar Bassoon Strings

1    Main theme


   Morley
       It was a Lover and His Lass (Morley) Voice Guitar

1    Main tune

       Now is the Month of Maying (Morley) ChoirVoices

1    Now is the Month of Maying


   Parry
       Jerusalem (Parry) ChoirVoices

1    Jerusalem


   Purcell
       Fairest Isle from King Arthur (Purcell) Violin Piano

1    Fairest Isle from King Arthur

       Minuet from Keyboard Suit No.1 in G (Purcell) Harpsichord

1    Minuet from Keyboard Suit No 1 in G

       Nymphs and Shepherds, Come Away! (Purcell) Clarinet Piano

1    Principal theme

       Rondeau in D minor (Purcell) Violin

1    Main theme of the rondo, which is repeated between each alternating theme.


   Smith
       The Star Spangled Banner (Smith)

1    The Star Spangled Banner


   Sullivan
       Bind the Raven Hair, from Mikado (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    Main tune sung by the soprano, after a contemplative orchestral opening to Act II.

       Dance a Cachucha Fandango Bolero, from the Gondoliers. (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    Main tune

       Entrance and March of the Peers, from Iolanthe (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    Opening fanfare theme


2    Grandiose and fortissimo march tune as the peers come in.


3    The peers sing ' Loudly let the trumpet bray - Tan tan tara.


4    Bow, bow, ye lower middle classes.


5    We are the peers

       From the Sunny Spanish Shore, from the Gondoliers (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    Quartet -Duke of Plaza Toro and family.

       He's gone and married Yum Yum, and finale, from Mikado (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    For he's gone and married Yum-Yum.

       I am the Captain of the Pinafore (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    I am the captain of the Pinafore, and a right good captain too.


2    Then give three cheers and one cheer more for the hardy captain of the Pinafore.

       I know a Youth, from Ruddigore (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    Main tune

       If you go in, you're sure to win, from Iolanthe (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    A very bouncy orchestral introduction


2    The main tune, a trio sung by three lords.

       List and learn, from the Gondoliers (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    Main tune

       Mikado Overture (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    Opening tune, featuring exotic but empty-sounding open fifths, and lots of timpani


2    Second theme, using the pentatonic scale to mimic the mystery of Japan.


3    A theme quoting the song 'The Sun, whose rays'. This tune is followed by several others from the operetta.

       None shall part us, from Iolanthe (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    main tune sung by Phyllis

       Overture to HMS Pinafore (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    Opening theme

       Overture to Iolanthe (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    Sombre introductory passage


2    First main tune.

       Overture to the Gondoliers. (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    Opening tune


2    First main theme

       Overture to the Pirates of Penzance. (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    First theme

       Poor wand'ring one (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    Main tune

       Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes, from the Gondoliers (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes

       The Battle's Roar is Over, from Ruddigore (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    Main tune

       The Flowers that bloom in the Spring (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    The Flowers that bloom in the Spring

       Then one of us will be a Queen, from the Gondoliers (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    Giannetta starts this amusing song.

       Though perhaps I may Incur your Blame, from Iolanthe (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    A quartet, with a solo entry by Lord Tolloller.

       Three Little Maids from School, from Mikado (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    Three little maids from school are we, pert as a schoolgirl well can be


2    Three little maids who all unwary, come from a ladies' seminary

       Tit-Willow from The Mikado (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    Tit-Willow from The Mikado

       Wandering Minstrel I, from the Mikado (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    A Wandering Minstrel I, from the Mikado


2    Are You in Sentimental Mood - Mikado


3    But if Patriotic Sentiment is wanted - Mikado

       With cat-like tread (Sullivan) Voice ChoirVoices

1    This tune is also used at the start of the overture.


   Tallis
       Canon on Ravenscroft's Psalter (Tallis) Violin Flute Bassoon

1    Canon on Ravenscroft's Psalter

       Sancte Deus (Tallis) ChoirVoices

1    Opens with bass, counter-tenor, tenor then trebles, highly contrapuntal.

       Spem in Alium - Motet in 40 parts (Tallis) ChoirVoices

1    Spem in Alium - Motet in 40 parts




       1st Noel (Christmas Carol) (Various) Piano

1    First Noel (Christmas Carol)

       Are You Going to Scarborough Fair? (Various) Piano

1    Are You Going to Scarborough Fair?

       As I was going to Strawberry Fair (Various) ChoirVoices Harp

1    As I was going to Strawberry Fair

       Baa baa Black Sheep (Various) Piano

1    Baa baa Black Sheep

       Barbara Allen (Various) Violin Viola Cello

1    Main tune

       Begone Dull Care (Various) Flute Strings

1    Begone Dull Care

       Blow Away the Morning Dew (Various) Clarinet Oboe Bassoon

1    Verse of Blow Away the Morning Dew


2    Chorus of Blow away the morning dew.

       Blow the Man Down. (Various) Violin Piano

1    Main Tune

       Bobby Shaftoe (Various) Piccolo Piano

1    Bobby Shaftoe

       Boney was a warrior (Various) Whistle

1    Boney was a warrior

       British Grenadiers March (Various) Trumpet Trombone Tuba

1    British Grenadiers March

       Cherry Ripe (Various) Flute Harp

1    Main tune for chorus

       Colonel Bogey March (Various) Flute Trombone Tuba

1    The piccolo plays a brief introductory passage.


2    This is the main theme, still played on the piccolo, but later taken up by the trumpet, then joined by the clarinet.


3    This counter theme is played on the trombone, alone at first, then it continues in counterpoint with the main theme taken up by the trumpet.


4    This dramatic new tune appears on the tuba, accompanied only by the side-drum.

       Come Lasses and Lads (Various) Piano

1    Come Lasses and Lads

       Coventry Carol (Various)

1    Main theme

       Deck the Halls with Boughs of Holly (Various) Piano

1    Main tune

       Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes (Various) Cello Piano

1    Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes

       Early One Morning (Various) Oboe Clarinet Bassoon

1    Early One Morning

       Girls and Boys come Out to Play (Various) Piano

1    Girls and Boys come Out to Play

       God Rest You Merry Gentlemen (Various) Organ Flute

1    Main tune

       God Save the Queen (Various)

1    God Save the Queen

       Golden Slumbers (Various) SaxTenor

1    Golden Slumbers

       Goosey Goosey Gander (Various) Piano

1    Goosey Goosey Gander

       Greensleeves (Various) Flute Harp

1    Greensleeves

       Here we go gathering Nuts in May (Various) Piano

1    Here we go gathering Nuts in May

       Here's a Health unto his Majesty (Various) Trombone Piano

1    Here's a Health unto his Majesty

       Hey Diddle Diddle (Various) Violin Viola Cello

1    Hey Diddle Diddle

       Hickory Dickory Dock, the Mouse Ran up the Clock (Various) French Horn Woodblock Trombone

1    Hickory Dickory Dock, the Mouse Ran up the Clock

       Holly and the Ivy (Various) EnglishHorn Piano

1    Holly and the Ivy

       Hot Cross Buns (Various) Piano

1    Hot Cross Buns

       Humpty Dumpty Sat on a Wall (Various) SaxAlto Baritone Sax

1    Humpty Dumpty Sat on a Wall

       I had a little Nut tree (Various) Oboe Harp

1    I had a little Nut tree

       I saw Three Ships (Various) Piano

1    I saw Three Ships

       It Came Upon a Midnight Clear (Various) Violin Piano

1    main theme

       Jack And Jill (Various) Pizzicato Strings Harp Strings

1    Jack And Jill

       John Peel (Do you ken John Peel) (Various) Flute Piano

1    John Peel (Do you ken John Peel)

       Lavender's Blue (Various) Piano

1    Lavender's Blue

       Les Bicyclettes de Belsize (Various) Flute Clarinet Strings

1    First theme (verse)


2    Second theme (chorus), This is the better-known bit.

       Lincolnshire Poacher (Various) Flute Piano

1    Lincolnshire Poacher

       Little Bo Peep (Various) Piano

1    Little Bo Peep

       London Bridge is falling down. (Various) Piano

1    Main tune

       Mary Mary Quite Contrary, How does your Garden Grow? (Various) Violin Viola Cello

1    Mary Mary Quite Contrary, How does your Garden Grow?

       O Come all ye Faithful (Various) Organ

1    O Come all ye Faithful

       O Little Town of Bethlehem (Various) Flute Violin Cello

1    Main theme

       Oak and the Ash (Various) Violin Piano

1    Oak and the Ash

       Oh, No.John (Various) Accordion

1    Oh, No John

       One Two Three Four Five (Various) Piano

1    Main tune

       Oranges and Lemons, say the Bells of St Clemens (Various) Piano

1    Oranges and Lemons, say the Bells of St Clemens

       Picnic Time (Various)

1    Picnic Time

       Polly Oliver (Various) Violin

1    Polly Oliver

       Pop goes the Weasel (Various) Piano

1    Main tune

       Portsmouth (Various) Flute Strings Timpani

1    A hornpipe tune on flute.

       Ride a Cock Horse to Banbury Cross (Various) Guitar Piano

1    Ride a Cock Horse to Banbury Cross

       Ring-A-Roses (Various) Flute Piano

1    Ring-A-Roses

       Robin Hood and the Curtal Friar (Various) Piano

1    Robin Hood and the Curtal Friar

       Saviour, When in Dust to Thee (Hymn) (Various) Organ

1    Saviour, When in Dust to Thee (Hymn)

       Sing a Song of Sixpence (Various) Trumpet Piano Double Bass

1    Sing a Song of Sixpence

       St. Valentine's Day - Duet for 2 violins (Various) Violin Violin

1    main theme

       Summer is a-coming in (Various) ChoirVoices

1    Summer is a-coming in

       Sweet Lass from Richmond Hill (Various) Clarinet

1    Sweet Lass from Richmond Hill

       The Dashing White Sergeant (Various) Accordion Violin

1    DashingWhiteSergeant

       The Keel Row (Various) Violin Piano

1    Verse


2    Chorus

       The Vicar of Bray (Various) Clarinet Piano

1    The Vicar of Bray

       The Water is Wide (Various) Voice

1    Main tune

       There is a Tavern in the Town (Various) Flute Piano

1    Main tune

       There was a Jolly Miller (Various) Bassoon Harp Strings

1    There was a Jolly Miller

       This Old Man (Various) Recorder

1    This Old Man

       Three Blind Mice (Various) Flute Oboe Clarinet

1    Three Blind Mice

       Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (Various) Oboe EnglishHorn Bassoon

1    Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

       Upon Paul's Steeple (Various) Bells

1    Upon Paul's Steeple

       We wish You a Merry Christmas (Various) Clarinet Piano

1    We wish You a Merry Christmas

       What can the Matter be? (Various) Piano

1    Chorus


2    Verse

       Where Are You Going My Pretty Maid? (Various) Flute

1    Where Are You Going My Pretty Maid?

       Widdicombe Fair (Various) Oboe Piano

1    Main tune

       Wraggle Taggle Gypsies Oh (Various) Violin

1    Wraggle Taggle Gypsies Oh


   Vaughan-Williams
       Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis (Vaughan-Williams) Violin

1    First theme


2    Second theme

       Fantasia on Greensleeves (Vaughan-Williams) Harp

1     It starts with a lovely descending flute passage accompanied by the harp


2    Then the full string orchestra comes in with the well-known English folk song "Greensleeves".

       The Lark Ascending (Vaughan-Williams) Violin

1    The Lark Ascending

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