Recording Aedelfrith Quintet at St Martins in the Field


Recorded a great concert of the Aedelfrith Quintet at St Martins in the Field. Nick Walkley invited additional musicians to form a dectet and performed beautiful Scandinavian and Celtic compositions. They surprised us with choreographed performances around the building. Wonderful! 🙂

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Location: St Martins in the Field, London
Recording Date: Tuesday 3 December 2013

Program:
1. Fanfare for St Edmundsbury Benjamin Britten (1913-76) æðelfrìth: brass ensemble

2. Two Norwegian Dances

1 Trønderpols
2 Reinlendere
Mogens Andresen (1945- )

3. 16th Century English Dances arr. Elgar Howarth (1935 – )

1 Galliard – William Brade
2 Pavan – Richard Dering
3 Coranto – Heigh-ho Holiday – Antony Holborne

4. The most high and mighty Christianus the fourth king of Denmark
Featuring Richard Blake (cornett) and Sami Tammilehto (percussion)

John Dowland (1563-1626)

5. Paean New arrangement for brass – world premiere Herbert Howells (1892-1983), arr N.Walkley

6. Ljòsið Ólafur Arnalds (1986 – ), arr N.Walkley

7. Celtic Fusions
Featuring Nick Walkley (trumpet and tin whistle)
Robin Dewhurst

1 Two reels
2 The Ellis Island Lament
3 Two jigs

8.   Norwegian Dance Torstein Aagaard-Nilsen (1964 – )

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