Blue Dot

Sunday 12th June 3:00pm - Westcliff Theatre, Clacton "The 1940's in Concert" Joint concert with The Sweeting Swing Band
In Aid of West Cliff Theatre

The Sweeting Swing Band

The Sweeting Swing Band
1. St Louis Blues - W.C. Handy
2. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree - Brown, Tobias and Stept
3. Blue Skies - Berlin
4. Fanfare for the Common Man - Copland
5. Sugar Foot Stomp - Oliver
6. Tuxedo Junction - Erskin and Hawkins
7. Jump O Clock One - Vuono
8. Adios - Madriguera
9. Lets Dance - Baldridge, Stone & Bonime
10. Moonlight Serenade - Miller & Parrish
11. Woodchoppers Ball - Bishop & Herman
12. Opus One - Oliver


Concert Band

& Macs
Title Mp3's
The Dambusters - Eric Coates arr. W.J.Duthoit
Come Sunday - Duke Ellington arr. Paul Murtha - Alto Sax Solo : Matthew Stephens-Row
Armed Forces Salute - arr. Bob Lowden
As Time Goes By - Herman Hupfeld arr. Warren Barker - Guest Vocalist : Kathryn Peacock
Gershwin ! - arr. Warren Barker
Peanut Vendor - Moises Simons arr. J. Moss
Blue Moon - Rogers & Hart arr. Warren Barker - Guest Vocalist - Kathryn Peacock
The Homefront : Musical Memories From World War II - arr. James Christensen
Dixie Patrol - arr. Harold L. Walters





























Dear Graham
Please pass our thanks to your Band for a superb afternoon at West Cliff Theatre.  We thoroughly enjoyed being there - even though being in our 40's means we are quite a bit younger than most of the audience.  If we'd known the words to the old wartime songs, we'd have joined in!
We look forward to seeing/hearing yourselves in March 2012.

Best wishes to all:
Matt and Sally Hooker
Clacton on Sea

Just to add our congratulations and thanks for Sunday's concert. An excellent performance by both bands with a good selection of themed music. Kathryn's vocal contributions were really enjoyable and I hope you can continue to "negotiate" appearances with her agent.
Thanks for all yours and the other members of the committee for their hard work over the past year. It is appreciated.
Looking forward to a sports related theme for 2012!