Concert at Coltishall Church Celebrating Local Talent

Saturday 21st November saw local  talented musicians perform in Coltishall St John The Baptist Church in aid of the church funds.
L to R Phil Daisy, Elspeth Compton,Tom Bates, Malcomb Bullough and Rev Christopher Engelsen,
apologies for missing Mark Prince
Refreshments, courtesy of church support group,and audience after the celebration


The concert arranged and led by the Reverend Christopher Engelsen our resident parish priest and pianist of no mean talent was complemented by organists Mark Prince, Cellist Tom Bates, classical guitarists Elspeth Compton and  Phil Daisy  with Malcomb Bullough on trumpet.

All performed individual solo's the content of the programme as produced below.

The church provide a wonderful setting and great acoustics, the music and the refreshments after wards were enjoyed by a large gathering of locals. It is hoped that this will be the become a regular event, so please watch out for details in the new year

Programme of Music

1. Mark Prince, organ A Triumphal March on Nun Danket Alle Gott
S. Karg-Elert
Prelude and Fugue in E Minor J S Bach
2. Tom Bates, cello
Song of the Birds
Traditional Catalan folk song
3. Christopher Engelsen, piano Clair de Lune from Suite Bergamasque
C Debussy
Golliwog's Cake Walk from Children's Corner C Debussy
4.  Phil Daisey, guitar
Berceuse L Brouwen
5 .Elspeth Compton, guitar
Prelude Number One
Villa Lobos
6.Malcomb Bullough, trumpet
Second Movement from Trumpet Concerto
J. Haydn
7.Tom Bates, cello Dance Rustique W.H. Squire
8. Elspeth Compton and Phil Daisey, guitars
Milonga, J. Cardaso Juliette, M. Linnemann
9.Christopher Engelsen, piano Fantaisie - Impromptu Opus 66
F. Chopin
Waltz Opus 34. No. 2 F. Chopin
10. Malcomb Bullough, trumpet
The Lazy Trumpeter
E. Siebert
11. Mark Prince, organ Berceuse L. VienneI


Thank you for your support this afternoon and thanks to all those that have
taken part today