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 for the band.
The piece reflects three famous locations in Kent:- Canterbury Cathedral, Scotney Castle and the White Windmill (Pictured left) “Cranbrook”.
Piece, Composer, Arrangement
|1||Ravenswood, W. Rimmer|
|2||Barber of Seville, Rossini G. Hawkins|
|3||Because – Cornet Solo, Guy d’Hardelot Goff Richards|
|4||A Kentish Suite, Capt. A R Chatburn & K Spencer|
|5||Someone to Watch Over Me, Comp. George Gershwin Alan Fernie|
|6||Cornets a Go Go – Cornet Quintet, Derek Broadbent|
|7||Troublemaker, Mike Davis|
|8||I Dreamed A Dream, Claude-Michel Schoenberg, arr. Darrol Barry|
|9||Winter – Horn Feature, Vivaldi Howard Snell|
|10||That’s A Plenty, Lew Pollack Goff Richards|
|11||Light as Air Goff Richards|
|12||Pastime With Good Company, Attrib. Henry VIII arr. Stephen Roberts|
|13||Amazing Grace, Trad William Himes|
|14||Robin Hood Prince of Thieves, Michael Kamen K.v.d. Woude|