Recorded Music Society

Published on May 25th, 2015 | by Content Admin


Recorded Music Society: May Meeting

ARMS  (Aynho Recorded Music Society)  

Douglas produced a splendid programme comprising Bach’s “Coffee Cantata” and an excerpt from “St.Paul’s Suite” by Holst, these were followed by Mozart’s “Piano Concerto 21” and a selection from “Tristan and Esolde” by Wagner. “The Trombone Sonata No.1” by Loeillet was the next piece played and one could never have imagined how such complicated musical phrasing could be given by a trombone. This was followed by Beethoven’s “9th Symphony” and “Finlandia” by Sibelius, “Ave Maria” by Schubert brought the interval.

The second half a DVD of Lionel Bart’s “Oliver” starred Ron Moody, “Picking a Pocket or Two” and Harry Secombe. Altogether a most entertaining programme.

.                                                                                               Contact:  Bob Mann 810264


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