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Playlist of Clear skies by Eric Ball

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  • Cornet Solo: Clear Skies - Eric Ball.

    6:56

    Keith Hutchinson, cornet, with Enfield Citadel Band (SA), James Williams, B/M.

  • Clear Skies, Eric Ball

    6:39

    Soloist : Claude-Alain Bard, Cornet

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  • Clear Skies played by David Daws

    31

    This is a clip of the peerless cornet player David Daws playing Clear Skies in the Eric Ball Centenary Concert 2003.

    You can see the whole concert by purchasing the DVD from World of Brass;

  • Clear skies by Eric Ball - Sol. David Daws

    9:10

    Clear skies by Eric Ball - Sol. David Daws

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  • ALETSCH ARENA - CLEAR SKIES - ERIC BALL - ISB

    9:24

    this is an alternative and shortened video of MY SANCTUARY with a different sound track. the flow of the pictures is calmer and without lyrics. enjoy! Clear skies by Eric Ball - Sol. David Daws
    International Staff Band and Black Dyke Band

  • Cornet Solo - Clear Skies - Enfield Citadel Band of The Salvation Army - Keith Hutchison

    6:44

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  • Clear Skies by Ali Wilson

    8:15

    Trance.

  • Clear Skies

    3:53

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Clear Skies · Hadassah Queen O

    14 Hip Hop Beats

    ℗ 2018 Hadassah Queen O

    Released on: 2018-07-01

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  • Clear Skies

    2:31

    Provided to YouTube by The state51 Conspiracy

    Clear Skies · Altitude Music

    Innovation

    ℗ 2013 Altitude Music

    Released on: 2013-11-27

    Music Publisher: Altitude Music
    Composer: David Clynick

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Clear Skies

    6:43

    Provided to YouTube by WM Norway

    Clear Skies · Frelsesarmeen Oslo 3. Korps

    Lift Up The Banner

    ℗ 2017 Warner Music Norway AS

    Solo Vocals: Enid Weaver
    Piano: Ingrid Bratlie
    Writer: Eric Ball

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  • Clear Skies

    2:08

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    Clear Skies · The Jazz Club

    The Lighthouse Jazz Club

    ℗ 2016 Dave Robertson

    Released on: 2016-08-01

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  • Clear Skies

    3:24

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  • Govan Citadel Band 1966 The Triumph of Peace Eric Ball

    6:36

    In 1966 Govan Citadel Band of The Salvation Army undertook a landmark tour of The USA and Canada. The Tone Poem The Triumph of Peace written by Eric Ball was the major work on side 1 of the souvenir LP recorded for the tour.

    The Salvation Army had arrived in Scotland in 1879 and the shipbuilding town of Govan (now a district of Glasgow) quickly became a major centre of it's operations and ministry due to the dense population and extreme poverty in the area.

    The Band had been regarded for many years as one of the foremost Salvation Army bands in the UK and it's reputation had been enhanced further by tours to both Denmark and Holland prior to undertaking it's tour of North America in 1966.

    Bandmaster George C. Brown was, at the date of his appointment in 1949, only the 3rd Bandmaster of the band in over 50 years giving the band a stability, tradition and continuity that was reflected in the high standard of music making of the band and it's soloists.

    The LP recording standard was not of the highest quality however (even for 1966) and to avoid any loss of the sound integrity it is presented here with minimal removal of the various clicks etc. that reflect the age of the vinyl record. Recorded in the Salvation Army hall in Govan (which in those days had a far from ideal acoustic for recording purposes) my own father recalled that only one microphone was used by the recording engineer!

    However, despite those limitations this is a valuable record of what is regarded by many as the golden age of Govan Band. Playing on narrow bore instruments that had only recently been adjusted to low pitch (A = 440 Hz) and with nearly 40 players the standard of playing and tightness of ensemble is remarkable, more so when coupled with the customary driving tempos set by Bandmaster George Brown.

    On the tour the band's programmes featured the following bandsmen:
    Euphonium: Wilf Marriott
    Vocal soloist: Robert Leitch
    Cornet: John Baillie
    Piano: Malcolm C. Cassidy
    Tuba: James McConnell
    Violin: Kenneth Kilgour
    Trombone: Alex Williams

    It is perhaps surprising that the band did not include another of Eric Ball's major works on to the LP- his masterpiece Resurgam . To mark the tour the International Music Board of The Salvation Army had given permission to Govan Band to perform the piece although it was yet to be published by the 'Army'.

    Resurgam was for many regarded as synonymous with Govan Band.

    The full content of the LP was:

    March: In The King's Service (Erik Leidzen)
    Euphonium solo: Song of the Brother (Erik Leidzen) - Soloist Band Sergeant Wilf Marriott
    Tone Poem: The Triumph of Peace (Eric Ball)
    Selection: In Quiet Pastures (Ray Steadman- Allen)
    March: The Path of Glory (Goffin)
    Selection: Moments With Tchaikovsky (Bramwell Coles)
    Selection: Visions (Marshall)
    Hymn Setting: What A Friend (arranged Erik Leidzen)

  • Songs of the Morning

    8:06

    Eric Walter John Ball (Kingswood, cerca de Bristol, Inglaterra, 31.10.1903 - Dorset, Inglaterra, 01.10.1989). Compositor y director de bandas de bronces.

    Esta obra está interpretada por la International Staff Band.

    La primera parte de Songs of the Morning fue usada por muchos años como música característica de Radio Sociedad Nacional de Minería (Chile). En efecto, éste es el audio que dicha radiodifusora empleó para su música característica.

    El audio reconoce esta fuente:

  • YBS - Kingdom Triumphant

    8:21

    Yorkshire Building Society's recording of the Eric Ball classic

  • Eric Ball rehearsing King of Kings

    37:05

    Cambridge Citadel Band USA 1975

  • Nevermourn - Clear Skies Liquid DnB

    5:46

    I decided to try something a little more chill than last time. Enjoy!

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  • Eric Ball rehearsing Praise with the Cambridge Citadel Band USA 1975

    8:31

  • March: Sure and Stedfast - Eric Ball

    2:46

    Carlton Main Frickely Colliery Band, Robert Oughton, conductor.

  • Finale from The Kingdom Triumphant - Helmsley.

    2:49

    The music we left the church to on our wedding day, played by the Brass band of the same group of friends who played the entire service for us, and to whom we are eternally grateful.

    Though I scored many of the arrangements myself, if I live to be a hundred I'll never write anything even half as sublime as Eric Ball's The Kingdom Triumphant, so this was an easy choice for the day.

    NB: Bass trombone, Gareth Davis had clearly had his Weetabix before this one!

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  • Forgotten Brass: Festival Music - Eric Ball

    14:54

    Festival Music - Eric Ball /The Band of Yorkshire Imperial Metals
    I. Overture II. Romance III. Impromptu
    (Testpiece British Open Championship at Belle Vue, 1971)

  • The King of Kings - Eric Ball

    11:06

    The International Staff Band of the Salvation Army, Col. Ray Bowes, conductor.

  • Sinfonietta for Brass Band: The Wayfarer - Eric Ball

    12:02

    Black Dyke Mills Band, Major Peter Parkes, conductor. Phillip McCann, principal cornet.

  • Forgotten Brass: A Sunset Rhapsody - Eric Ball

    8:43

    A Sunset Rhapsody - Eric Ball / C.W.S. (Manchester) Band, conducted by Alex Mortimer (Recording: 1959)

  • March: Rosslyn - Eric Ball

    4:11

    Stanshaw, Bristol, Band - Walter B. Hargreaves

  • Softly Sounds the Little Bell by Eric Ball

    4:56

    By Eric Ball, Performed by Kaikorai Metropolitan Brass at |Hanover Hall, Dunedin 9 September 2018.

  • Tone Poem: Exodus - Eric Ball

    10:43

  • Forgotten Brass: High Peak - Eric Ball

    11:47

    High Peak (Rhapsody for Brass Band) - Eric Ball / John Foster & Sons Ltd. Black Dyke Mills Band conducted by Geoffrey Brand.
    The first part, Vision, portrays the ever changing light, colour and cloud as one contemplates from below a great mountain.The second part, Next Aspiration, the climber on the mountain must plan and prepare and the music has a busy, bustling feeling. Soon follows Ascent, with at first, resolute music, fanciful Alpine effects and a storm scene. Finally, Attainment, the summit is seen, and the joy in achievement is heard in unrestrained terms. Recorded 1970. Sorry for the poor quality, clicks and crackles.

  • Pixelmon OST - Clear Skies

    5:14

    Second piece of music for flying which was added in the Pixelmon 5.0 Update. This track was made with the help of my fantastic Patreon supporters.

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  • Morning Rhapsody by Eric Ball.

    8:19

    Desford Colliery Band, Albert Chappell, conductor.

  • Gaudium & Ticon - Clear Skies

    8:33

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  • March - Star Lake

    2:38

    OBRIGADO BRASS CONSORT of a British style Brass Band that acts in Kitami City, Hokkaido.Performance in 2014.
    Cond by,Yoshiaki Kisuke.
    北海道北見市で活動するブリティッシュスタイルのブラスバンド オブリガード・ブラス・コンソートです。
    2014年の定期演奏会より。
    指揮 : 木鋤 義昭

  • Prelude to Pagenatry from Four Preludes - Eric Ball

    2:55

    Carlton Main Frickely Colliery Band, Robert Oughton, conductor.

  • Indian Summer - Eric Ball door A.M. Brass

    11:13

    Brass Band Championship 2018 - Belgium
    November 24th and November 25th 2018 in CC Zwaneberg, Heist-op-den-Berg.

    Brassbandkampioenschap 2018 - België
    24 en 25 november 2018 in CC Zwaneberg, Heist-op-den-Berg

    A.M. Brass o.l.v. Bernd Van Echelpoel.
    Piece: Indian Summer - Eric Ball.

    Organised by Vlamo vzw (
    Audio: Motor Music Company
    Video: Evil Penguin Productions

  • Brass Band Festival 1972 Canada Black Dyke, CWS Manchester, GUS and Fairey Part Two

    26:43

    Part Two of a fascinating video showing Black Dyke, CWS Manchester, GUS and Fairey Aviation Bands, performing and socialising. Showing rare footage of Eric Ball. The playing is astonishing, such musicianship.

  • Begin the day with God

    3:03

    The second movement of Eric Ball's iconic piece Songs of the Morning, lyrics by M. Pyke, played by The Salvation Army Melbourne Staff Band from their CD Hallelujah Parade.

  • Tone Poem - THE KINGDOM TRIUMPHANT - Blacktown City Salvation Army Band

    7:52

    Performed at the Celebration in Brass festival.
    Sunday 19 June 2016.
    Dulwich Hill Salvation Army Corps (Sydney, Australia).

    (please forgive the background noise)

  • THE UNDAUNTED-ERIC BALL

    10:50

    FAIREY ENGINEERING WORKS BAND conducted by Geoffrey Brand. This work was the test piece for the 1959 British Open Brass Band Championship at Belle Vue, Manchester. The winner that year was Besses o' th' Barn Band conducted by Willie Wood.

  • Festival Music by Eric Ball.

    15:01

    Yorkshire Imperial Metals Band, Trevor Walmsley, conductor

  • MAIN STREET - ERIC BALL

    11:21

    THE FAIREY BAND - LEONARD LAMB. 1961 RECORDING

  • Songs in Exile - Eric Ball

    7:03

    Tottenham Citadel Band. B/M James Williams

  • Tone Poem - Resurgam - Enfield Citadel Band of The Salvation Army

    13:03

  • The Old Wells - Mission Brass

    9:06

    Mission Brass (conducted by Gregory Waters) put on a concert with International Staff Songster Rachel Gray on 12th of April 2014, in order to raise money for Mission Direct. Sabrina Waters will be traveling to Zambia with Mission Direct to engage with the local community and hopefully provide a helping hand in building the community.

  • The Long Day Closes , RNCM Brass Band

    5:10

    This video is taken from a concert given by the Royal Northern College of Music (Manchester, UK) Brass Band at Regent Hall, London on Friday 14th October 2016. The conductor is David Thornton (Senior Tutor in Brass Bands, RNCM).

    The Long Day Closes (Sir Arthur Sullivan arr. Eric Ball):
    The Long Day Closes is a part song by Henry Fothergill Chorley and Arthur Sullivan published in 1868. This song is one of seven part songs that Sullivan published that year, and it became Sullivan's best-known part song. Sullivan wrote most of his twenty part songs prior to the beginning of his long collaboration with W. S. Gilbert.

    Chorley had also collaborated with Sullivan on other songs, on Sullivan's first (but never-produced) opera, The Sapphire Necklace (completed in 1867), and on a piece for chorus and orchestra, The Masque at Kenilworth (Birmingham Festival, 1864).

    With the growth of choral societies during the Victorian era, part songs became popular in Britain (as they had earlier in Germany and elsewhere). The term part song is used here to mean a song written for several vocal parts, usually with the highest part carrying the melody and the other voices supplying accompanying harmonies, rather than one which is contrapuntal like a madrigal. Part songs are often sung unaccompanied.

    The plaintive harmonies of The Long Day Closes and the text's touching meditation on death have made the song a frequent selection at events of mourning, and in particular it was often sung at funerals of members of the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. There are at least three recordings of the song, including the instrumental arrangement at the end of the sound track of the film Topsy-Turvy called Resolutions. Terence Davies's 1992 film The Long Day Closes uses a recording of the song by Pro Cantione Antiqua singing the song a cappella.

  • A SUNSET RHAPSODY - ERIC BALL

    8:44

    CWS MANCHESTER BAND - ALEX MORTIMER. 1958 BRITISH OPEN BRASS BAND CHAMPIONSHIP TEST PIECE. 1959 RECORDING.

  • HOUSEHOLD TROOPS BAND Song of Courage Eric Ball Classic

    10:19

  • ROCHDALE CITADEL BAND - SONGS OF THE MORNING by Eric Ball

    8:29

    Played by Rochdale Band during the Saturday night festival at Newcastle upon Tyne.

  • The Kingdom Triumphant, Eric Ball - Mikrobrasseriet

    9:51

  • Resurgam - Amsterdam Staff Band

    12:00

    Tone Poem Resurgam het meesterwerk van Eric Ball. De Amsterdam Staff Band (Kapelmeester Dick Krommenhoek) speelde dit werk in de Doelen in Rotterdam in 1996.

    The souls of the righteous are in the hand of God
    And no torment shall touch them.
    In the eyes of the foolish they seemed to have died,
    And their departure was accounted to their hurt,
    And their journeying away from us to be their ruin;
    But they are in peace.

  • Clear Skies

    2:22

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    Clear Skies · Paul Abler

    Jazz Trio: Evening Cocktail Jams

    ℗ 2016 Manhattan Production Music

    Released on: 2016-05-27

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