David Kilgallon names new Composition

The Isle of Man Wind Orchestra will perform the premiere of a new composition by David Kilgallon @Davekilgalllon at their Manx Music Concert of Saturday 17th March.

The composition for Violin and Wind Orchestra has been in rehearsal for many months but without a title know only as “David’s New Work”.

It has now been announced that the work will be entitled “Huitt Yn Geay” [Hut!…un Gear] which means the “Wind Grew Quiet”  which is both a beautiful Manx name and also an instruction to the Orchestra to allow the solo Violin played by David Kilgallon to be heard!

Michael Morrison, Chairman

Programme announced for Manx Music Concert

On the 17th March 2018 the Isle of Man Wind Orchestra will be holding a concert of Manx Music at the Church of St Mary of the Isle, Hill Street, Douglas at 7:30pm.

The concert is part of their 20th anniversary season and features the premiere of a new and as yet untitled composition by local Composer David Kilgallon of violin and Wind Orchestra.

The event is supported by the Isle of Man Arts Council and the programme for the evening will contain pieces such as:-

  • Tynwald March – Charles Guard
  • Laxey Wheel – arr. Dunderdale
  • Yn Scollag Aeg – Paul Dunderdale
  • Flanagan – arr. Dunderdale
  • Manannan – Paul Dunderdale
  • Premiere of new composition – David Kilgallon
  • Mona’s Delight – John Kinley
  • Cajun Folk Songs: Frank Ticheli
  • Kelly for the Isle of Man: arr. Dunderdale
  • Snaefell Wheel: Paul Dunderdale
  • Manx Lullaby: Rob Wiffin
  • Ellan Vannin arr. Dunderdale

Michael Morrison, Chairman

 

Concert Band Weekend Continues

The Concert band Weekend continues today (Saturday) with a morning and afternoon rehearsals at St Ninian’s Lower School, Onchan.

The sessions led by by Duncan Stubbs OBE will feature a variety of Concert Band music and are open to all woodwind, brass and percussionists.

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Further information can be obtained from Chairman, Michael Morrison at winds@wm.im or on (07624) 437751.

Michael Morrison, Chairman

Concert Band Weekend Starts Tonight

The Concert Band Weekend hosted by members of the Isle of Man Wind Orchestra starts tonight Friday 9th February 2018 at St Ninian’s Lower School, Onchan at 7pm. All woodwind, brass and percussion players are most welcome.

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The weekend of rehearsals and final concert on Sunday 11th February at 2:30pm will be led by Duncan Stubbs OBE formally Principal Director of Music for the RAF.

Michael Morrison, Chairman

winds@wm.im