South London Fellowship Band - Mr Ball Meets Mr LeidzÚn British Product Audio Samples Available

Mr Ball Meets Mr LeidzÚn by South London Fellowship Band

Cross Rhythms Rating: 7/10
CD: Album
Tags: Instrumental, CD, Brass Band, Album
Normal Dispatch Time: 1-10 days
Compositions from Eric Ball and Erik Leidzen performed by one the Salvation Army's best known bands.

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  1. 1. Pressing Onward
  2. 2. Good News!
  3. 3. Songs In The Heart
  4. 4. Sanctuary
  5. 5. On The King's Highway
  6. 6. To A Wild Rose
  7. 7. Concertino For Band And Trombone
  8. 8. The Call
  9. 9. The Challenge
  10. 10. The Children's Friend
  11. 11. The Kingdom Triumphant
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Reviewed by Graham Bellamy

The contemporary composers Eric Ball and Erik Leidzen lived on opposite sides of the Atlantic Ocean yet they held at least two things in common, their love of brass band music and their love of Jesus. This disc is a presentation of contrasts of musical style but such is the compositional mastery of both men one can embrace the works of both composers offered here. Just play the first two tracks and you will notice the contrasts between the great men's works. The musicians are the highly respected South London Fellowship Band of the Salvation Army conducted by George Whittingham. Paul Archibald (trumpet) and Dudley Bright (trombone) are the soloists. The highlight is Ball's "The Kingdom Triumphant". The album was recorded at The United Reformed Church in West Wickham and is a stirring set of performances for devotees of the brass sound.

Style: Brass Band
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 79259
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: 25006
Items: 1
Release Date: 2008

Compositions from Eric Ball and Erik Leidzen performed by one the Salvation Army's best known bands.

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