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Sunday 1st September 2019
Brass Band Music, as it used to be.
QUICK MARCH( Black Dyke Part Book)
Black Dyke Band
Conductor: Professor Nicholas Childs
ZAMPA (Ferdinand Herold)
THE LOST CHORD (Sir Arthur Sullivan)
Soloists: Ralph Dudgeon & Stephen Hollamby
NABUCCO OVERTURE (Giuseppe Verdi)
The Wallace Collection
Conductor: Simon Wright
PRETTY JANE (John Hartmann)
Soloist: Richard Marshall
YORKSHIRE WALTZES (Enderby Jackson)
Grimethorpe Colliery Band
Conductor: Elgar Howarth