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Chamber Music for Wind and Brass

This concert was given on 25th June 2011 at St.Mary Magdalene Church in Munster Square, NW1. It is split into ‘tracks’ so you can pick and choose what you want to listen to. In addition, you may download the recordings to keep and play at your convenience.

To listen on this webpage, just click the play button for each track you want to hear. Alternatively, each piece or movement can be downloaded by right-clicking on the name in the list and clicking on ‘Save as’. N.B. iPhone/iPad users (and users of other devices that do not support WordPress’s ‘Audio’ play button) can also hear the music using these links.

Aaron Copland: Fanfare for the Common Man (conducted by Peter Fender)

Spoken introduction (Peter Fender)

Performance

André Caplet: Suite Persane (conducted by Peter Fender)

Spoken introduction (Peter Fender)

First Movement – Scharki

Second Movement – Nihawend

Third Movement – Iskia Samaisi

Igor Stravinsky: Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments (conducted by Lindsay Ryan) – Soloist: Catherine Herriott

First Movement

Second Movement

Third Movement

Tielman Susato: Danserye (conducted by Peter Fender)

First Movement – La Mourisque

Second Movement – Bransle Quatre Bransles

Third Movement – Ronde

Fourth Movement – Ronde ‘Mon Amy’

Fifth Movement – Pavane Battaille

Dvorak: Serenade for Wind Instruments Op.44 (conducted by Lindsay Ryan)

First Movement – Moderato, quasi marcia

Second Movement – Minuetto

Third Movement – Andante con moto

Fourth Movement – Finale

The concert programme can be viewed HERE (PDF format).

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