Timothy Reynish Live In Concert, Vol. 7
Group Name The United States Coast Guard Band
Conductor Timothy Reynish
Album ID - 9997-MCD

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Track TITLE Composer/Arranger
1 Masque Hesketh, Kenneth
2 King Pomade’s New Clothes Suite No. 2: Fair Scene Ránki, György
3 King Pomade’s New Clothes Suite No. 2: Court Music Ránki, György
4 King Pomade’s New Clothes Suite No. 2: Scandal in the Palace Ránki, György
5 Five Folk Songs: Mrs. McGrath Traditional Irish / Gilmore, Bernard; Stone, Tomas
6 Five Folk Songs: All the Pretty Little Horses Traditional American / Gilmore, Bernard; Stone, Tomas
7 Five Folk Songs: Yerakina Traditional Greek / Gilmore, Bernard; Stone, Tomas
8 Five Folk Songs: El Burro Traditional Spanish / Gilmore, Bernard; Stone, Tomas
9 Five Folk Songs: A Fidler Traditional Yiddish / Gilmore, Bernard; Stone, Tomas
10 Suite of English Folk Dances: Jenny Pluck Pears Tomlinson, Ernest
11 Suite of English Folk Dances: Ten Pound Lass Tomlinson, Ernest
12 Suite of English Folk Dances: Dick`s Maggot Tomlinson, Ernest
13 Suite of English Folk Dances: Nonesuch Tomlinson, Ernest
14 Suite of English Folk Dances: Hunt the Squirrel Tomlinson, Ernest
15 Suite of English Folk Dances: Woodicock Tomlinson, Ernest
16 Concertango Alarcón, Luis Serrano
17 II. Elegy for Miles Davis from Concerto for Trumpet and Wind Ensemble Bennett, Richard Rodney
18 Dances from Crete: Syrtos Gorb, Adam
19 Dances from Crete: Tik Gorb, Adam
20 Dances from Crete: Samaria Gorge Gorb, Adam
21 Dances from Crete: Syrtaki Gorb, Adam
22 March from Versuche über einen Marsch Wengler, Marcel
23 Interview with Adam Gorb Reynish, Timothy; Gorb, Adam

If you were the conductor or manager of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and were charged with devising a festival of music from the past hundred years, you would probably look first at the American contribution of Gershwin, Copland, Schuman, Bernstein, Piston, Cage, Carter, Reich, Adams, Corigliano, del Tredici and Danielpour, and then put them into context against Hindemith, Bartok, Stravinsky, Schoenberg, Lutoslawski, Ligeti, Berio, Britten, Tippett, Gorecki, Paart, Takemitsu, Ades, Turnage, in fact you would take a world overview. With a medium such as the wind ensemble, still a minority love, still way down below symphony orchestra, opera, chamber music, jazz, R & B and folk in terms of critical interest and popular acclaim, we desperately need this international approach, in our repertoire and in our performance standards. We need as Gunther Schuller puts it, “to get out of academia and enter the real world of international music.”

My programme for a Sunday afternoon concert on February 12th, 2012 was primarily “on the light side”, carefully selected in conjunction with Commander Kenneth Megan and Chief Warrant Officer Richard Wyman, with the intention of introducing to the audiences in New London a range of unfamiliar music and composers, from Europe and the USA.