Performance videos and soundtracks- Canberra Brass/ Hall Village Brass Band

Canberra Brass at the National Band Championships, Launceston, Easter 2017 - display wheel, street march competiton

Canberra Brass at the National Eisteddfod, Canberra, May 2017. Kevin Knapp conducting.

The New Colonial march by R.B Hall. 

 

Penlee by Simon Dobson 

Canberra Brass at the National Eisteddfod, Canberra, May 2016.  Viv Martin conducting.

The Contestor march by T.J Powell  

Aotearoa, The Land of the Long White Cloud by Philip Sparke. 

Canberra Brass at the National Band Championships, Brisbane 2014. Viv Martin conducting.

Keighley Moor by Joe Cook and Ash Wednesday by Barry McKimm.

Hall Village Brass Band at the National Band Championships 2012, Melbourne Viv Martin conducting.

 

Cross Patonce by Goff Richards.

 

Hall Village Brass Band under conductor Tom Burge winning B grade at the National Band Championships, Geelong 2002.

 

Paganini Variations by Philip Wilby. 

Canberra Brass at the National Eisteddfod, Canberra May 2018. Kevin Knapp conducting

Independentia March by R.B Hall

The Dark Side of the Moon  by Paul Lovatt-Cooper

Canberra Brass in concert with the Canberra Burns Club Pipe Band November 2015. Viv Martin conducting.  (Recordings courtesy of Phil Weber)

Concertino for Cornet and Band by Barrie Gott. Carla Ward soloist.

Going Home (Trad. and Knopfler /arr. Fernie for Brass Band).   Sean Hodgman (solo piper), Pip Murphy (vocalist), Canberra Brass and Quintet, Canberra Burns Club Pipe Band

Canberra Brass at the National Eisteddfod 2015. Viv Martin conducting.

 

Fanfare, Light Up the Torch by Anthony Wakeford.

 

 

Diversions on a Bass Theme by George Lloyd. 

 

Hall Village Brass Band and the Helen Poulos Dancers 2007.  Aaron Madden conducting.

Olympic Fanfare and Let's Face the Music and Dance.  

Hall Village Brass Band at the National Band Championships, Newcastle 2003. Tom Burge conducting.

 

Between the Moon and Mexico by Philip Sparke.

Hall Village Brass Band with the Canberra Choral Society 2005 Max McBride conducting.

 

Age of Kings by Edward Gregson.

 Alongside the other musical directors mentioned in the media captions, Canberra Brass / Hall Village Brass Band is heavily indebted to Col Fischer MBE and Peter Robertson.  They each served in the musical director role over several years and  as such made great contributions  to the musical development of the band.

Col Fischer MBE

Peter Robertson with  the Hall Vllage Brass Band at the National Championships in Brisbane 1995