Recorded Music Society

Published on April 25th, 2015 | by Content Admin


Recorded Music Society: April Meeting

Robert presented a highly varied programme with emphasis on serious and captivating modern interjections. Elgar’s “Pomp & Circumstance” started the mood of straight backs and good posture! This was followed by Scott Joplin with his “Elite Syncopation”, Chris Barber’s “Petite Fleur” and Acker Bilk with “Strangers of the Shore” which dispelled all seriousness only to be resumed by two organ pieces by Bach. The first half was brought to a conclusion with hits from the film “High Society”.  The send half commenced with the amazing “Schergo” of Henry Litoff,  Bizet’s “Pearl Fishers” and Saint-Saens Organ Symphony preceeded the delightful Flanders & Swann’s “The Hippopotamus” and the “Song of the Gnu”.         Thank you very much Robert for a most entertaining programme.

.                                                                                               Contact:  Bob Mann 810264

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