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The Hymn Tune Cranbrook

The Hymn Tune Cranbrook

While Shepherds Watched their Flocks by Night. The Hymn Tune Cranbrook was written in 1805 by Thomas Clark a shoemaker and Freeman of  the City of Canterbury. The tune was used to accompany the Carol, While Shepherds Watched their Flocks by Night in the 19th century but is now better known as the folk song…

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Soundcloud

Soundcloud

We have a number of players who publish to Soundcloud – a website allowing us to easily record and upload music tracks and share them privately or publicly to friends. So if you haven’t use it before, why not have a look and listen to our recordings, a selection of which are available below, more…

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Concert Performances

Concert Performances

Music from our Concerts, Contests & Rehearsals We have a number of YouTube clips featuring musical performances from many of our recent concerts. You can view the clips from our web site by selecting the concert or track below. Alternatively you can visit YouTube and Soundcloud and search for files uploaded by ctbonline.  

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Let Us Entertain You

Let Us Entertain You

In 2008, the band spent two exhausting but enjoyable Sundays, the 8th and 15th June, recording the music for our latest CD. Comprising of many favourite numbers from the year’s concert programme, “Let Us Entertain You” will both excite and relax you with a variety of both modern pieces and some from a few decades…

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A Kentish Suite

A Kentish Suite

Cranbrook’s famous St. Dunstans Church provided the ideal recording location when the band decided to follow the success of their first recording with a compilation of Brass, Classical and Popular music. Recorded on the 17th and 31st of May 1997, “A Kentish Suite” features many popular favourites but takes its name from a composition written…

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Our First Recording

Our First Recording

In 1992 the band decided to put some of their favourite pieces onto a recording to commemorate a recent run of contest successes and help raise band funds. Tapes and CDs were quickly sold out as the band promoted their first recording throughout the summer concert season. Recorded on the 12th and 19th March at…

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