Peel Cathedral – July 31st.

Hi all,

As you can see from the list below, we’re firming up our play-list for our concert in Peel Cathedral.  This is a key concert for us, so please take your preparations seriously.  We have 4 rehearsals left, and I want to make sure they’re effective.  I’ll put the effort into making sure you have everything you need ahead of time, but it’s up to you to organise your sheet music, and most importantly put in any practice necessary outside of our Monday sessions, to make sure you’re confident with the tunes.

Much of the material is the same as for Tynwald, so when we next meet we’ll concentrate on any “Tynwald” tunes that need a tweak, plus the additional items – Yesterday, Crazy Little Thing / Reet Petite, Slow Trad. Blues, Song of the Three Steamers – and of course the Hymn (The Day though gavest).

Lastly, I’ll run Persiflage and Gershwin’s Lullaby as a small group to take the pressure off a bit 🙂

Cheers Jem

Tunes   for Peel Cathedral
Horace Silver Medley Horace silver, arr. Jon Halton
Welcome Dance Karen Street
I Feel   Good James Brown, arr. Phillipe Marilla
Wonderful World Bob Thiele and George David Weiss arr. Phillipe Marilla
Little Brown   Jug Joseph Winner, arr. Jem Cotton
Java Jive Ben Oakland, arr. Jem Cotton
Let’s face the Music Irving Berlin
The Muppets Theme Jim Henson and Sam Pottle, arr. Jem Cotton
Pink Panther Henri Mancini, arr. Karen Street
The Day thou gavest Lord   (Hymn) Clement C. Scholefield, arr. Jem Cotton
Persiflage Alistair Parnell
Moondance Van Morrison, unknown arrangement
Basin Street Blues Spencer Williams, arr. Jem Cotton
(The) Yellow Dog Blues W. C. Handy, arr. Jem Cotton
Yesterday Lennon and Mc. Cartney, arr. Paul Dunderdale
When I’m 64 Lennon and Mc. Cartney, arr. Roman Ricker
It’s only a Paper Moon Harold Arlen, arr. Mike Wojciechowicz
Crazy Thing / Reet Petite Freddy Mercury, B. Gordy, T. Carlo – arr. Jon Halton
Slow Trad Blues arr. Jon Halton
Song of the Three Steamers W.H. Gill & others, arr. Jem Cotton
Extra Item Gershwin’s Lullaby
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