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A showcase of music for brass featuring the best brass bands from Australia and overseas.

Ian Lingard


6th March

Show Playlist
  • Gates, Dorothy: Festival March Agape. New York Staff Band/Ronald Waiksnoris.
  • Bingham, Judith: Four Minute Mile. Black Dyke Band/Nicholas J. Childs.
  • Webb, Joy (arr. Bosanko, Ivor): Share My Yoke. Tone F Olsson, cornet Gothenburg Brass Band/Nicholas J. Childs.
  • Greig, March of the trolls, Mozart, Rondo alla Turca, Ten Thing
  • Barnett, Marie (arr. Gates, Dorothy): Breathe. New York Staff Band/Ronald Waiksnoris.
  • Gates, Dorothy: War Cry. New York Staff Band/Ronald Waiksnoris.
  • Irvine, Jessie S. (arr. Richards, Goff): The Lord's My Shepherd (Crimond). Grimethorpe Colliery Band/Phillip McCann.
  • Nash, Hugh: Demelza. Sheona White, tenor horn Black Dyke Band/Nicholas J. Childs.
  • Streisand, Barbra: (arr. Ashmore):Evergreen. Brett Baker, tbn. Leyland Band/Howard J. Evans.
  • Willard, Kelly (arr. Ling, Britteny): Make Me a Servant. Salvation Army Melbourne Staff Band/Ken Waterworth.
  • Stephen Bulla, Concertante for band -111 Trombones, Brass of the Potomac
  • Moss, Katie: The Floral Dance. South Brisbane Federal Band .

  • 27th February

    Show Playlist
  • Lovatt-Cooper, Paul: On the Castle Green. Black Dyke Band/Nicholas J. Childs.
  • Redhead, Robert: A Fanfare of Praise. Salvation Army Melbourne Staff Band .
  • Haydn, Finale from Concerto No 1, Jewels, Tenor Horn soloist Owen Farr.
  • Snell, Howard: Oration. David Childs, euphonium Cory Band/Robert B. Childs.
  • Mozart arr Henstridge,, Allegro from Bassoon Concerto, Morgan Griffiths euphonium, Yorkshire Building Society Band/ King
  • Chabrier, Emmanuel (arr. Edwards, Richard): Espana. London Brass .
  • Holst, Gustav: A Moorside Suite. Grimethorpe Colliery Band/Elgar Howarth.
  • Mick Jagger/Keith richards arr Catherall, Ruby Tuesday, Grimethorpe Colliery Band
  • Lovatt-Cooper, Paul: Where Eagles Sing. Black Dyke Band/Nicholas J. Childs.
  • Leidzen, Erik: Manhattan. Salvation Army Melbourne Staff Band/Ken Waterworth.

  • 20th February

    Show Playlist
  • John Philip Sousa Marching with Sousa Williams Fairey Engineering Band
  • Lovatt-Cooper, Paul: Where Eagles Sing. Black Dyke Band/Nicholas J. Childs.
  • Lovatt-Cooper, Paul: Donegal Bay. Gareth Brindle, bar. Black Dyke Band/Nicholas J. Childs.
  • Miles arr Broadbent, Music, Black Dyke
  • Popper, David: (arr. Duncan):Dance of the Elves, Op.39. Katrina Marzella, baritone horn Leyland Band .
  • George Gershwin arr Fernie, I got rhythm, BNFL Leyland Band
  • Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich (arr. Gordon, William):Symphony No.2 in C Minor, Op.17, 'Little Russian' : excerpts. Fountain City Brass Band/Joseph Parisi.
  • Glennie, Evelyn (arr. Childs, Nicholas J.): A little prayer. Gareth Brindle, bar. Black Dyke Band/Nicholas J. Childs.
  • John Williams, Indiana Jones & the Temple of Doom -Medley, Grimethorpe Colliery band
  • Trigg, Roger: All the Nations. Salvation Army Melbourne Staff Band/Ken Waterworth.
  • Stanhope, David: The Little Ripper March. Sydney Brass .

  • 13th February

    Show Playlist
  • Gregson, Edward: Dalaro. Black Dyke Band/Nicholas J. Childs.
  • Bulla Stephen, Into the sky, Brass of the Potomac/ Bulla
  • Bellstedt arr Smith, Capriccio brilliante, YBS/King
  • Brahms, Johannes (arr. Wright, Denis): Academic Festival Overture, Op.80. Black Dyke Mills Band/Nicholas J. Childs.
  • Autumn leaves, soloist Sandy Smith, Black Dyke Band
  • Bulla Stephen, Decade Celebration, Brass of the Potomic /Bulla
  • Ballantine, Len: Heart Beat. Salvation Army Melbourne Staff Band/Ken Waterworth.
  • Jim Webb, Macarthur park, Grimethorpe Colliery Band
  • James Curnow, A Psalm of Praise, YBS /King
  • Broughton, William: The Roll Call. Black Dyke Band/Nicholas J. Childs.

  • 6th February

    Show Playlist
  • Curnow, Blenheim Flourishes, Williams-Fairey Band /
  • Verdi arr Fernie, Prelude to La Traviata, Black Dyke/ Childs
  • Khachaturian, Adagio from Spartacus, Foden's Richardson Band/ Roy Newsome.
  • Stephen Bulla, Concertante for Band Ist Mvemt Cornets, Brass of the Potomac /Bulla
  • Johnny Green arr Joe Cook, Body & Soul, Grimethorpe Colliery Band/Ray Farr, Flugel soloist Ian Shires
  • Ball, Tournament for Brass, Williams-Fairey Band.
  • Williams, Selections from Harry Potter & the Sorcerer's Stone, YBS/ King
  • Puccini arr Peter Parkes, Dorotta's aria from La Rondine, Grimethorpe Colliery Band/ Garry Cutt, Flugel soloist Mark Walters
  • Graham, Shine as the light, YBS/ King
  • Rimmer, March Knight of the road Black Dyke Band/ Michael Antrobus.

  • 30th January

    Show Playlist
  • Coles, Bramwell: In the Firing Line. International Staff Band/Stephen Cobb.
  • Sparke, Philip: Jubilee Overture. Fairey Band/Mark Peacock.
  • McCartney, Paul: (arr. Smith):Honey Pie. Fairey Band/Mark Peacock.
  • Graham, Peter: Seize the Day. Fairey Band/Mark Peacock.
  • Gullidge, Arthur: Jubilate. Brian Davies, cornet Salvation Army Melbourne Staff Band .
  • Holst, Gustav (arr. Roberts, Stephen):The Planets, Op.32: Jupiter. Black Dyke Mills Band/Nicholas J. Childs.
  • Ballantine, Len: (arr. Woodland):Don't Doubt Him Now. Philip Cobb, cornet Salvation Army Hendon Band .
  • Lennon/McCartney, Beatles Forever, William Fairey Band /Marc Reift
  • Pattison, John: One by One. International Staff Band/Stephen Cobb.

  • 23rd January

    Show Playlist
  • Gullidge, Arthur: Oodnadatta. Kew Band/Mark Ford.
  • Hogg, Brian: Gigue - Alleluia! Amen!. Salvation Army Melbourne Staff Band/Ken Waterworth.
  • Redhead, Robert: Quintessence. Salvation Army Melbourne Staff Band .
  • Bullock, Geoff (arr. Taylor, Martin): The Power of Your Love. Salvation Army Melbourne Staff Band .
  • Dreyfus, George: Rush. Kew Band .
  • Creamer, Sam: In the Love of Jesus. Salvation Army Melbourne Staff Band/Ken Waterworth.
  • Derick Kane, Australis, Euphonium Soloist D Kane, International Staff Band /Cobb
  • Grainger, Percy (arr. Langford, Gordon): Colonial Song. Hawthorn Band/Ken MacDonald.
  • Broadstock B, I know he cares for me Melbourne Staff Alumni Band /Woods
  • Jones, Ian: Wattle Park March. Melbourne Tramways Band/Jonathan Woods.

  • 16th January

    Show Playlist
  • Herman Blankenberg, The Gladiators farewell, Williams-Fairey Band
  • Mozart, The Marriage of Figaro, Karl Jenkins Hymn from the Songs of Sanctuary Concert Etude, Alexander Goedicke , soloist Philip Cobb Eminence Brsss
  • Sedaka arr Corbett, Solaire, Leyland DAF Band, Maurice Murphy trumpet
  • Martin Cordner, The Adventurers, International Staff Band/ Cobb
  • Darrol Barry, Tuesday Blues, Williams- Fairey Band / Peter Parkes, Flugel soloist for whom it was written Simon Stonehouse.
  • Webb arr Bosanko, Yorkshire Building Society Band /King flugel Iwan Williams
  • ABBA, Williams Fairey Band / Marc Reift
  • Robinson, Ian: Morning Star. The Household Troops Band/Major John Mott.
  • Scott, Bobby (arr. Crooks, Brian): He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother. Grimethorpe Colliery Band/Robert B. Childs.
  • Traditional (arr. Broughton, William): Deep river. The Household Troops Band/Major John Mott.
  • Marshall, George: Beneath the Flag. The Household Troops Band/Major John Mott.

  • 9th January

    Show Playlist
  • Rimmer, March The North Star, Black 'Dyke Band / Roy Newsome
  • Mendlesohn arr Wright, Military Overture, Williams-Fairey Band
  • Traditional arr Barnett, The Piper in the meadow, Willaims- Fairey Band
  • Dvorak arr RSA, Finale New World Symphony, Amsterdam Staff Band
  • David of the white rock, Band + soloist David Childs
  • Rossini arr Langford, Largo al factotum, YBS /King, Euphonium soloist Morgan Griffiths
  • Himes, New Frontier, Amsterdam Staff Band/
  • Miller Magic,( 4 melodies) Hammond Sauce Works Band
  • Crystal Gayle, Don't it make my brown eyes blue, Brighouse & Rastrick Band.
  • Strauss, Radetzky March, Brighouse & Rastriack Band


  • Since its formation in 1890, The Salvation Army MSB has been at the forefront of Salvation Army music making in Australia and beyond distinguishing itself in performances across Australia and overseas, including London's Royal Albert Hall, the forecourt of Buckingham Palace and Disneyland’s Main St.