|Jeremiah Clarke||Prince Of Denmark’S March.|
March From Scipio,
March From Berenice.
|Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart||Alleluia.|
|Charles Gounod||Ave Maria.|
|Giacomo Meyerbeer||Coronation March ‘Le Prophete’.|
|Arthur Seymour Sullivan||The Long Day Closes.|
|John Dykes||Praise To The Holiest.|
|Sam Fonteyn||Music For A Pageant.|
|Charles Ancliffe||Nights Of Gladness.|
|J. Shakespeare||Journey’S End.|
|Lucius Watters||Happy Ending.|
|Michael Kelly||Free As Air.|
|Don Lusher||Jubilee Hoe Down.|
|Arthur Wood||Barwick Green.|
|Antonio Rossini||Overture To William Tell.|
|Traditional||Three Negro Spirituals,
All Through The Night,
God Save The Queen.
Cathedral Brass, London Brass Players, Men O’ Brass.
|Harry Mortimer’s name is synonymous with the brass band movement and he was hugely responsible for bringing its music to a larger audience. He achieved this, in particular, through the many concerts and tours he made with his massed bands. Tragically, there are very few Mortimer CDs available today and this Heritage release, featuring three of his ensembles, attempts to redress the balance. Tracks include the William Tell Overture, Prince of Denmark’s March, March from Scipio and many more.|