Carnival Prom: British Light Music Classics

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Date/Time
18/08/2017
7:30 pm

Location
Snape Maltings

New London Orchestra
Louise Kemény soprano
Ronald Corp conductor

Tickets available via Snape Maltings

Coates Calling all workers
Binge Elizabethan Serenade
Bucalossi Grasshopper’s Dance
Farnon Jumping Bean
Duncan March from Little Suite
Sullivan The sun whose rays (The Mikado)
German Waltz Song (Tom Jones)
Wood Barwick Green
White Puffin’ Billy

Ancliffe Nights of Gladness
Monckton Soldier in the Park
Gibbs Dusk
Williams The devil’s galop
Vinter Portuguese Party
Balfe I dreamt I dwelt in marble halls (The Bohemian Girl)
Novello Waltz of my heart (The Dancing Years)
Farnon Westminster Waltz
Ellis Coronation Scot
Coates Dambusters March

Pioneers of British light music, the New London Orchestra start this special Aldeburgh Carnival weekend with a programme that includes some instantly-recognisable light classics. They include well-loved hits such as Calling all Workers, Coronation Scot and The Dambusters March, and there are favourite arias from Ivor Novello and Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Mikado. But there are also many others that you will certainly recognise but may not know by name, some of the most familiar radio theme tunes of all.

 

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