Recorded Music Society

Published on March 29th, 2016 | by Content Admin


Recorded Music Society: March 2016 Meeting

ARMS (Aynho Recorded Music Society)

Gill and John presented (albeit separately), with the first half presided over by Gill who started with Holst’s ‘Jupiter Bringer of Jollity’.  The delightful ‘Piano Concerto in C Major’ by Mozart led to Prokofiev’s ‘Knight’s Dance’ from Romeo and Juliet.  A track from John William’s Schindlers List and one from Schubert’s  ‘Serenade’ was followed by Norah Jones ‘Don’t know why’ and the ‘Tannheuser Overture’ by Wagner brought the first half to its conclusion. John, as can be expected, presented a totally individualistic programme with ‘The Hungarian Rapsody No2’.  Frank Sinatra sang ‘Monteray’ which was followed by Verdi.  The group The Eagles, rendered ‘Lying Eyes’, followed by Maria Callas’.  John brought an interesting and entertaining evening to a close with Aliena Kraus singing ‘Lament’.     A splendid programme, thank you Gill and John.

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