Music commemorating 100 years since the World War I Armistice on 11 November 1918, featuring the Canberra Brass Band in concert with the National Carillon, Canberra.
Fanfare for a New Age – G. Richards
Memorial Chimes – E. Elgar
Four years after the Armistice, Edward Elgar produced this composition for the opening on 22 July 1923 of the Loughborough War Memorial Carillon. That instrument was largest in England at the time, and the first grand carillon — a link to Belgium, where many servicemen from the local area (and Britain in general) perished during WW1.
Nearer, My God, To Thee - arr. A.W. Greendale
Roses de Picardie – arr. H. Wood
War – R. Hanson – arr. T.P. Laue
A song by Raymond Hanson for Piano and Baritone. It has powerful words written by his brother Karl, an anti-war poem. Ray served in WW2.
The poem ‘War’ will be vocalised prior to the performance of Ray Hanson’s musical setting.
For the Fallen – K. Jenkins - arr. R. Childs
Für Alina – A. Pärt – arr. T.P. Laue
A Dream of a World Without Wars – S. Greenaway
Though Poppies Grow – T.P. Laue
Commissioned by the National Capital Authority for ANZAC recitals in Canberra, Ypres and Mechelen Belgium in 2014
On the Road to Gundagai – J. O'Hagen
Spiegel im Spiegel – A. Pärt
Transcribed for carillon and cornet T.P. Laue
Waltzing Matilda – arr. G. Langford