Sypert Summer Concert 2018

Sunday, June 3, 2018
7.30 pm
2018, first concert

First in a series of three concerts in the Sypert Summer Concert Series 2018


The Wallace Collection
John Wallace, John Miller, Sandy Coffin and Bede Williams - cornets and petits bugles
Fergus Kerr - valve horn
Paul Stone - slide trombone
Dan Eddison - euphonium
Anthony George - ophicleide and tenor tuba

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 


Les Jardins de Pavlovsk
Brass chamber music from France and Russia, played on period instruments

Quintet for brass instruments no. 3 in D flat major (op. 7) ... Victor Ewald (1860-1935)
  Allegro moderato

Quintette no. 7 ... Jean-Francois Victor Bellon (1795-1869)
  I. Adagio (Introduzione); Allegro ma leggiero
 II. Minuetto del diavolo
III. Final (Barcarolle)
Une matinee à Naples, départ, chant de matelots; Allegretto; Allegro agitato (Orage);
Piu lento (Le calme); Allegretto (Retour - barcarolle); Allegro (Invitation a la danse);
Allegretto (Tarentelle); Allegro; Animato; Coda; Vivace.

Interval (20 minutes)

Air Varié sur petit Suisse ... Jean-Baptiste Arban (1825-1889)
  Introduction: Andante
  Air: Andante
  Variation 1
  Variation 2
  Variation 3: Adagio
  Variation 4. Allegro

Trompeten-Sextet in E flat minor (op. 30) ... Oskar Boehme (1870-1938)
  I. Adagio ma non troppo; Allegro molto
 II. Scherzo: Allegro vivace
III. Andante cantabile
IV. Allegro con spirito


8-page white A4 folded
Programme Notes: 

Programme notes by John Wallace

Ticket and/or Programme Price(s): 
Tickets £18 (series ticket for 3 concerts £45)/ £16 senior citizens (over 60) series ticket (39)/ £5 students, children and unwaged. Tickets available on the door or from The Queen's Hall Box Office, 85-59 Clerk Street, Edinburgh EH8 9JG. Programme free.
Publicity and Reviews: 

Brochure giving details of all three concerts in The Sypert Summer concert series 2018 - 3,17 and 30 June, 'Early Music Concerts at St Cecilia's Hall'.

[Reid] Professor: 
Reid School of Music

This series of concerts is generously supported by George and Joy Sypert.
Thanks also to the staff of St Cecilia's Hakk and the Friends of St Cecilia's Hall.