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The Glorious Company: Winter Dreams Concert

 02 February 2007 at 7.30pm 

The Glorious Company: Winter Dreams Concert

Macphail Centre, Ullapool
Mill Street, Ullapool, IV26 2UN
United Kingdom
01854 613 336

James Douglas, piano
Richard Mein, baritone
Pam Brown, trumpet
Alistair Neally, trumpet
Katharine Douglas, soprano

‘Failte: A Quick Guide to Ullapool’ to be launched in February 2007’

Composer: James Douglas (now based in Ullapool) has just announced the World Premiere of a new work for Trumpets and Piano, promoting the village of Ullapool, the piece will be called: ‘Failte: A Quick Guide to Ullapool.’ This musical guide will take in 5 important businesses in the village and will entice the audience with its musical ideas. It is hoped that the piece will be used to promote Ullapool.’ The piece will be performed as part of a ‘Winter Dreams’ Concert to be undertaken by Classical Ensemble: ‘The Glorious Company’, to be held at The Macphail Centre on Friday 2nd February 2007 at 7.30pm. The concert will also include 'The Ullapool Fanfare', an exciting and tuneful work which will herald in the concert and set the tone for what promises to be a wonderful evening of music.

All are most welcome (suitable for all ages), to come and hear the World Premiere of ‘Failte’ and much more, which this prolific Composer has written for the village and for some of its businesses itself. Performers will include 'The Glorious Company' who comprise of: Alistair Neally and Pam Brown (Trumpets), Richard Mein (Baritone), James Douglas (Piano) and Katharine Douglas (Soprano). Tickets cost £6 (£4 all concessions welcomed) and £2.50 for all school age children and will be on sale at The Macphail Centre, on 01854 613336 or ‘

James Douglas : ullapool fanfare
James Douglas : Failte
James Douglas : Waltz for Isabel
James Douglas : And O for the Calm
James Douglas : Scena: Hamlet
James Douglas : Kisimul's Castle
James Douglas : Handa
James Douglas : The Hills are Lonely
James Douglas : Wrestling Jacob
James Douglas : Overture: The Frigate

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