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Musicians

Violin I
Jenny Maynard (Leader)
Kathryn Hayman
Penny Tolmie
Rachel Sansome
Anna Fleming
Frances Morrissey

Flute
Rachel McCubbin
Rachel Hawes

Violin II
Conrad Woolley
John Thomson
Gill Walker
Jo Hammond
Andrew Waite

Clarinet
Helen Payne
Alice Palmer

Viola
David Bolton-King
Sue Wightman
Jonathan Rowe
John Makinski
Cello
Sarah Turnock
Michael Ghia
Mary Martin

Oboe
Estevan Ellul
Lyn Gosney

Bassoon
Ian McCubbin
Rachel James
Horn
Dave Settle
Edward Bolton-King
Trumpet
Terry Mayo
Martin Mills
Timpani
Chris Fletcher-Campbell

Double Bass
Robert Gilchrist
Jane Martin
Conductor - Paul Willett

Banbury Chamber
Orchestra
Concert
Saturday 17 October 2009
Deddington Church,
7.30pm

Rossini Italian Girl in Algiers
Mozart Haffner Serenade
Haydn Symphony no. 104

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This ‘surprise’ portrays an admiration for Joseph Haydn. Banbury A Family Christmas Festival of Music in association with The Rotary Club of Banbury A Programme of Seasonal Music and Christmas Carols . the work was composed by Haydn while he was living in London in 1795. leading to a sudden loud burst of sound from the full orchestra. ‘The Surprise Symphony’. whose Symphony No. 250. The Serenade was first played on 21 July 1776. Menuetto and Trio: Allegro 4.Programme Rossini Italian Girl in Algiers Haydn Symphony no. The Symphony no. is named for the same shocking.Trio I . Venice on 22 May 1813. on the eve of the wedding.Allegro assai Movements: 1.Allegro molto 6 Andante 7 Menuetto . Adagio – Allegro 2. and premiered at the King’s Theatre on 4 May 1795.30pm – 6pm St Mary’s Church. 104 in D major (Hoboken 1/104) is Haydn's final symphony. 7. Mozart Haffner Serenade The Serenade for orchestra in D major. Andante 3. Banbury Elgar Overture in the South Hindemith Symphonic Metamorphoses Bartók Concerto for Orchestra and: Saturday 12 December 2009. Of the eight movements. in a concert entirely of Haydn's own compositions and directed by the composer. Known as the London Symphony. was commissioned by Sigmund Haffner the Younger to be used in the festivities before the wedding of his sister Marie Elisabeth Haffner to Franz Xaver Spaeth. semi-comic affect. 94 in G major. Gioachino Rossini’s work was first performed at the Teatro San Benedetto. K. by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (known as the Haffner Serenade). 104 L'italiana in Algeri (The Italian Girl in Algiers) Overture The overture is widely recorded and performed today and well known for its distinctive opening of slow. 4. the following are to be performed in this concert: 1 Allegro maestoso . St Mary’s Church. quiet pizzicato basses. Finale: Spiritoso Dates for your diary… Banbury Symphony Orchestra Saturday 21 November 2009.Trio II 8 Adagio .30pm.