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Carey Blyton: Sherlock Holmes meets Doctor Who

Carey Blyton: Sherlock Holmes meets Doctor Who
Music for brass and saxophone
Year of publication 1999
Type of work CD recording
CD Duration 01:01:21
Performers Fine Arts Brass Ensemble; Phoenix Saxophone Quartet; Angela Whelan, trumpet; Stephen Roberts, horn; James Rae, saxophones; Jennifer Partridge, piano
Publisher Upbeat Recordings
Track listing
1Works for Brass QuintetA Sherlock Holmes Suite   I: March: The Game’s Afoot!0:48
2  II: Baker Street Conversation (Dr Watson and Mrs Hudson)2:24
3 III: Porky Johnson and the Baker Street Irregulars1:01
4 IV: Scenes from Holmes’ London (an Opium Den in Limehouse and a German Street Band)2:17
5  V: Professional Colleagues (Leverton of Pinkerton’s Detective Agency, USA and Inspectors Gregson, Lestrade and Athelney Jones of Scotland Yard)2:25
6 VI: Professor Moriarty – “The Napoleon of Crime” (Hansom Cab Chase)1:09
7VII: Finale: Victoria Triumphans!1:17
8Pasticheries  I: The Return of Bulgy Gogo – ragtime (tribute to Peter Warlock)1:24
9 II: The Velvet Gentleman – à la brossienne (tribute to Erik Satie)2:22
10III: Up the Faringdon Road! – valse brilliantine (tribute to Lord Berners)2:09
11Sweet & Sour Rag3:48
12Hark! The Merry Gentlemen3:13
13Emil Waldteufel arr. Carey BlytonEilgut-Galopp (La Grande Vitesse)2:29
14Doctor Who MusicSilurian Suite  I: In the Caves2:05
15 II: A Close Encounter1:13
16III: March: The Brigadier2:08
17Vogan Suite  I: Deep Space1:32
18 II: Vogan March1:53
19III: “All’s well … that ends well!”1:00
20Dalek Suite  I: A Desolate Landscape1:43
21 II: Chants & Variants4:07
22III: Dalek ‘March’ & Retreat1:35
23Works for Solo Saxophone & PianoSix Epigrams  I: Idyll1:32
24 II: March0:56
25III: Blues1:34
26IV: Scherzo0:55
27 V: Homage to Czerny1:26
28VI: Echoes1:02
29In Memoriam Scott Fitzgerald2:29
30Mock Joplin2:14
31Saxe Blue3:07
32Saxophone QuartetCinque PortCaptain Bowsprit’s Blues2:21
Total duration:61:21


…the music is, as always with Blyton, an attractive mixture of brevity and immediacy of appeal…

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