EE: 07 February 2017

Thank you to those who have answered the poll, but we need answers from everyone for chairs!


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We have a solid group but could definitely use reinforcement.



Hello Elgin Encores,

Thanks for braving the weather and I think we had quite a productive rehearsal.  Here are the notes.

Band notes will be posted on the ONH website at:


Dominion-Chalmers Sunday 12 February Church Service – UPDATED

9:10 – 9:25 set up percussion and place the chairs in Sanctuary (we’ll need some early birds to help us with this)

[9:30 – 9:50 Choir rehearsal in Sanctuary – we stay well out of the way]
9:30 – 9:50  band members arrive and gather in Room 7, get your instruments ready and warm up

9:55 – 10:15 band rehearses in the Sanctuary

10:20 commence prelude

The service ends around 11:30am and you should be out by noon.



Scottish Ballade



Salvation is Created (cannot use last year’s version…must be this year’s)


Mack the Knife (a.k.a Excerpt from Threepenny Opera)


Thank you to Felicia and Doug Doubt (RC tubist) who will be joining us on Sunday!



All music is at the Church and we have no .pdfs to send.  Will get it to you at the site!


Next week’s order:

Salvation is Created (warm up)

French Canadian Folksongs

Morning Train

El Camino Real





Trumpets-Malcolm H.







This term’s pieces

New Horizons

Morning Train (arr. Vinson, no concert band sound file)

Donkey Riding
Scottish Ballade

French Canadian Folksongs (no clear sound file)

Last term’s pieces

Mack the Knife arranged by Jack Bullock

The Adventure Begins by Matt Conaway

Counting Stars arranged by Matt Conaway

On a Hymnsong of Philip Bliss, by David Holsinger

Kinesis by Michael Sweeney

El Camino Real by Alfred Reed, arranged by Robert Longfields

Salvation is Created by Tschesnokoff