Woolston Brass | Music for a Centennial Celebration

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Music for a Centennial Celebration

by Woolston Brass

British style brass band from New Zealand!
Genre: Easy Listening: Orchestral
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1. Fanfare La Peri
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2. Ancient Hungarian Dances
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3. The Last Spring
4:33 $0.99
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4. Ritual Fire Dance
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5. Romance (The Gadfly)
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6. Christmas Triptych
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7. Pie Jesu (Requiem)
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8. March Knight of the Road
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9. Aspects of Andrew Lloyd Webber: Phantom of the Opera / Love Changes Everything / Paganini Variations / Think of Me / Music of the Night
7:17 $0.99
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10. Fantasia on Tico Tico
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11. Danse Espagnole (Swan Lake)
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12. Russian Sailors Dance
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This compact disc (CD) recording is a digital reissue of “Music for a Centennial Celebration”, a recording made by Ken Smith’s band in 1991 to celebrate the band’s centennial.
The timing of this 2016 reissue is also significant in that it marks the band’s 125th year.
The original recordings were only ever distributed as an “audio cassette”. These cassette tapes were one of the two most common formats for recorded music (alongside vinyl) between the 1970s and the 1990s.
When the original masters came to light recently, it was clear that the recordings deserved another listen, and that reissuing them as a CD would be a fitting tribute to the band’s 125 year history.
Ken Smith’s 1991 band were in fine form, and listeners can be assured that improved technology has enabled us to offer a much enhanced audio experience today. Perhaps too, with better reproduction and wider distribution, these excellent performances are, at last, being done justice.

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