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The Addison Singers & East London Brass Band

Venue: St Luke's Church, Sydney Street, SW3 6NH

Repertoire

Ireland
Comedy Overture
A. Bush
Pavane for the Castleton Queen
Ireland (arr. Littlemore)
Epic March
Perkin
Carnival
Britten (arr. Farr)
Russian Funeral Music
Ireland
Man in his Labour Rejoiceth, The Overlanders (arr. Littlemore), A Downland Suite

Performers

  • The Addison Singers
  • East London Brass Band
Jayne Murrill
conductor

The award-winning East London Brass Band raise the roof of St Luke’s with works by Ireland pupils Helen Perkin, Benjamin Britten and Alan Bush, brand new transcriptions by Phillip Littlemore and Ireland’s two original brass band classics, ‘Comedy Overture’ and ‘A Downland Suite’.

They are joined by the Addison Singers for a revival of ‘Man in his Labour Rejoiceth’ – a choral song with brass accompaniment dedicated to the mineworkers of Great Britain.

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