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James Douglas: Highland Glory Concert

 03 November 2007 at 7.30pm-10.00pm 

James Douglas: Highland Glory Concert

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

George Gwilt, Flute
Pam Brown, Trumpet
Alistair Neally, Trumpet
Richard Mein, Baritone
James Douglas, Piano
Katharine douglas, Soprano

Due to popular demand, Musician and Composer James Douglas and his ensemble: 'The Glorious Company...' returns to The Macphail Theatre.

Caritas Music Publishing (Promoter) is delighted to announce that the next Concert by Musician James Douglas (based in Ullapool) and his popular Ensemble 'The Glorious Company,' will take place in Ullapool on Saturday 3rd November 2007 at The Macphail Theatre at 7.30pm. Tickets will cost £7.50 and £5 for Concessions and £3 for school pupils. Music is still to be confirmed, but Composers will include: Handel, Mozart and Douglas himself. Further information will be announced soon, but it has been confirmed that Pam Brown, Alistair Neally, Richard Mein, George Gwilt and James Douglas himself will all take part. James Douglas has recently launched his new CD ‘Peace of the Highlands’ and other works by him have been featured in the BBC Series: Sahara with Michael Palin. For further details please email:

James Douglas : Highland Glory
James Douglas : On the Coast of Coromandel
James Douglas : To Beinn Goblach
James Douglas : Peace of the Highlands
James Douglas : A Procession of White Mountains (2nd Mvt)
James Douglas : Scena: The Seafarer
James Douglas : Mist on the Mountains
James Douglas : Lochan of the Green Corrie
James Douglas : Kisimul's Castle
James Douglas : The Hills are Lonely
James Douglas : Wee Cooper of Fife
James Douglas : Overture: The Frigate
James Douglas : Scena: Hamlet
James Douglas : Autumn Serenade
James Douglas : The Sun Dancing
James Douglas : The Ullapool Fanfare
James Douglas : True Simplicity
G F Handel : Larghetto in E arranged by James Douglas
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Non Piu Andrai arranged by James Douglas

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