Locomotion - A Tribute to my Childhood

£13.00 - £5.95
Reference:  CDBM04
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  1. Locomotion ... Norman Bearcroft 8.00
  2. The Holy Well ... Peter Graham 3.53
  3. Slavische Fantasie ... Carl Höhne Arr.PeterGraham 6.01
  4. When he Cometh ...Howard Evans 4.53
  5. Variants on St. Francis ... David Chaulk
  6. There Will Be God ... Joy Webb Arr.Richard Phillips
  7. Banjo and Fiddle ... William Kroll Arr.Thomas Rüedi 3.31
  8. Deep Inside the Sacred Temple ... Bizet Arr. KeithWilkinson
  9. We'll All Shout Hallelujah ... Norman Audoire
  10. My Unchanging Friend ... Ivor Bosanko 6.55
  11. A Quiet Place (5 part multitrack recording, all S.Mead) ... Arr.Gail Robertson 2.52
  12. Journey into Peace ... William Himes 7.51


Additional Info

Steven Mead's CD, 'Locomotion' has been given a prestigious award at the 2006 International Tuba Euphonium Festival in Denver , Colorado. It won the inaugural 'BOBO Award' for recording excellence in the euphonium solo category, presented by the tuba legend Roger Bobo.

The Locomotion CD, subtitled 'A Tribute to my Childhood', is on Steve's own label, Bocchino Music. It was recorded in the spring of 2005 in his home town of Bournemouth with Boscombe Salvation Army Band, and Bandmaster Howard Evans.

Steve writes: "It was such a pleasure to make this recording. It had been on my mind for years to do it, as my days growing up in Bournemouth were such happy ones and the memories of playing with Boscombe never go away. To get this international award for the disc is tremendous and unexpected. I know the Band and Howard Evans will be delighted too."

Join Steve on a walk down memory lane with this breathtaking fusion of old classics and new arrangements!

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