Blue Dot

"Mancini to Miller" Concert, Sunday 11th March, 3pm, Westcliff Theatre, Clacton
In aid of the West Cliff Theatre


Concert Band

Title Mp3 for PC's & Macs Mp3 for ipad's
Luftwaffe March - Ron Goodwin arr. D Walker iPad
Mancini ! - Mancini arr, Stephen Bulla iPad
Star Dust - Carmichael & Parish arr. Barker
(Guest Vocalist: Karen Keith)
Tribute To George Harrison - arr Jay Bocook iPad
Bugler's Holiday - L. Anderson trans. M Edwards
(Featuring Phil Sweeting, Chirs Ives, Mervyn Vallance)


Training Band

Title Mp3 for PC's & Macs Mp3 for ipad's
Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison arr. Paul Murtha iPad
Beauty And The Beast - Alan Menken arr. M Sweeney iPad
Highlights from Mary Poppins - Sherman arr. O'Loughlin iPad
The Lonely Bull - Sol Lake arr. Eric Osterling iPad
It Don't Mean A Thing - Ellington & Mills arr Eric Osterling iPad
I'm A Believer - Neil Diamond arr. Paul Murtha iPad


Concert Band

Title Mp3 for PC's & Macs Mp3 for ipad's
RAF March Past - H.W. Davies & G Dyson iPad
The Phantom Of The Opera - arr. Warren Barker iPad
Harlem Nocturne - Earle Hagen arr. Paul Murtha
(Soloist: Matthew Stephens-Row)
A Salute To Spike Jones - arr. Calvin Custer iPad
Vilia - Franz Lehar arr. Alfred Reed iPad
Big Bands In Concert - arr. Bob Lowden iPad
Dixie Patrol - Harold L Walters iPad

































Well done and pass on my congrats at band please. Very good concert and so many excellent performances by the soloists. Sid would be proud I am sure. 22 years since ... at the Westcliff.  Jeff.

Hi Graham,
Once again thanks to all the members of the band for another brilliant concert today.  The band goes from strength to strength and it's not easy to pick a favourite number as there were so manyto choose from.
I thought Karen Keiths vocal - the George Harrison medley - were a bit special, as was Big bands in Concert.
The training band shone on Beauty & the Beast & It don't mean a thing.  All in all another great afternoon.  Our thanks to you all for all that hard work that you all put into your music. 
Look forward to seeing you on June 17th at The West Cliff.


Alan Read