West Winds in Concert 2009
in collaboration with Esplanade, Theatres on the Bay


European Fair

29 March 2009, Sunday
Esplanade Concert Hall

Jacob De Haan & Dr Lee Tian Tee, Guest Conductors

First Suite in E-flat for Military Band
Gustav Holst, edited by Collins Matthew

Miss Saigon
Claude-Michel Schonberg, arranged by Johan De Meji

Paul Hart

The Book of Urizen (Soprano – Teo Kai Xin, Narrator – Cyril Wong)
Jacob De Haan

Jacob De Haan

Jacob De Haan

Ross Roy
Jacob De Haan

West Winds in Concert 2008
in collaboration with Esplanade, Theatres on the Bay


All Things Japanese

29 March 2008, Saturday
Esplanade Concert Hall

MAJ Philip TNG, Band Director and Resident Conductor
Mr ITO Yasuhide, Guest Conductor

Satoshi Yagisawa

Jalan-Jalan –Visions of the Isle of Gods-
Shin’ya Takahashi 

Sato no Aki (A Village in Autumn)
Minoru Kainuma, Arr. MORITA Kazuhiro

Japanese Tune
Soichi Konagaya

Impressions of Japan
James Barnes

Ryukuan Fantasy for Piano and Band (Piano Solo – Yasuhide Ito)
Yasuhide Ito

Sinfonia Singaporiana – 1st movement
Yasuhide Ito

Taiwanese Posy – 1st and 5th movement
Yasuhide Ito

Gloriosa – Symphonic Tone Poem for Band
Yasuhide Ito

West Winds in Concert 2007

11th February 2007, Sunday
5.00 pm
Victoria Concert Hall

Conductor – MAJ Philip Tng

Les Alizes
Kumiko Tanaka

Suite of English Folk Dances
Ernest Tomlinson

Danse Bacchanle from’Samson et Dalila’
Camille Saint-Saens, arr. Leigh D. Steiger

Machu Picchu – City in the Sky – The Mystery of the Hidden Sun Temple
Satoshi Yagisawa

Symphnony #3 “Slavyanskaya’ – 1st Movement: Allegro
Boris Kozhevnikov, edited John R. Bourgeois

Their Blossoms Down
Samuel R. Hazo

Highlights from ‘ Spirited Away’
Jo Hisashi, arr. Yukio Endo

Cavetowns ‘Cappadocia’ – Strangely Shaped Rocks Where Elves Dwell
Satoshi Yagisawa

West Winds in Concert 2006

12th March 2006, Sunday
5.00 pm
Victoria Concert Hall

Conductor – MAJ Philip Tng

March “Wind from the Future”
Soichi Konagaya

American Overture for Band
Joseph Willcox Jenkins

Arrival of the Queen Sheba
For Ten Pieces Brass
George Frederic Handel, arr. Paul Archibald

Intermezzo Sinfonico from “Cavalleria Rusticana”
Pietro Masacagni, transc. Shinji Kasama

Jurassic Park Soundtrack Highlights
John Williams, arr. Paul Lavender

Sinfonia Hungarica
Jan Van der Roost

Hiroki Takahashi

World Association for Symphonic Bands and Ensembles
12th International Conference, Singapore

12th July 2005
3.30 pm
Esplanade Concert Halll

Conductor – MAJ Philip Tng
Guest Conductor – Lt. Prateep Suphanrojn & Zechariah Goh Toh Chai
Guest Soloist – Adam Frey (Euphonium)
Guest Performing Group – Bukit Batok Gamelan Orchestra
Guest Choral – Amadeus Choral Society, NAFA Choir & Victoria Junior College Choir
Choral Directors – Jennifer Tham, Nelson Kwei & Zechariah Goh Toh Chai

Toccata Singapura
Adrian Hill

Nyi Ronggeng
Yazeed Djamin, arr. Md Rasull B Khelid

Euphonium Concertino (World Premiere)
Kevin Kaska

Lao Duang Daun
Prateep Supahnrojn

Sang Nila (World Premiere)
Zechariah Goh Toh Chai

Eric Whitacre

After The Storm
Stephen Melillo

West Winds in Concert 2005

6th February 2005, Sunday
5.00 pm
Victoria Concert Hall

Conductor – MAJ Philip Tng

Olympic Fanfare & Theme and Bugler’s Dream
John Williams arr. Jim Curnow

Fiesta !
Philip Sparke

An American Elegy
Frank Ticheli

The Sorcerer’ s Apprentice
Paul Dukas arr. Mark H. Hindsley

To Walk With Wings
Julie Giroux

Polovetsian Dances From “Prince Igor”
Alexander Borodin arr. Mark H. Hindsley

Nuovo Cinema Paradiso
Ennio Morricone arr. Kleine Schaars P.

Ride !
Samuel L. Hazo

From the New World
Fund Raising Concert in aid of the 12th WASBE International Conference

Presented by
National Institute of Education Symphonic Band
West Winds, Band of Bukit Batok Community Club

Conductors – Assoc. Prof Ho Hwee Long & MAJ Philip Tng Liat Peng

Saturday, 18 September 2004
7.30 pm
Mrs Lee Choon Guan Concert Hall, ACS (Barker)

Frank Ticheli

Porgy and Bess Medley
George Greshwin, arr. Bob Lowdenn

The Sword and the Crown
Edward Gregson

Dam Busters March
Eric Coates

Global Variations
Nigel Hess

Symphony no. 9 in E minor. Op 95 “From the New World”
Antonin Dvorak, trans. Mark H. Hindsley

West Winds in Concert 2004

29th February 2004, Sunday
5.00 pm
Victoria Concert Hall

Conductor – CPT Philip Tng
Guest Conductor – Lt. Prateep Suphanrojn

Jean Sibelius

Suite of Old American Dances
Robert R. Bennett

Princess Mononoke
Jo Hisaishi

Indiana Jones Selection
John Williams

72nd Celebration
Prateep S.

Lao Duang Daun
arr. Prateep S.

Entry March of The Boyers
Johan Halvorsen

Praise Jerusalem !
Alfred Reed

West Winds in Concert 2003

7th September 2003, Sunday
5.00 pm
Singapore Conference Hall

Conductor – CPT Philip Tng

Themes from Silverado
Bruce Broughton

Gloriosa, Symphonic Poem for Band
1.Oratio / 2.Cantus / 3.Dies Festus
Yasuhide Ito

Thames Journey
Nigel Hess

Main Street Electrical Parade
arr. Toshihiko

The Wind in the Willows
The River / Ratty and Mole / Mister Toad / The Return of Ulysses
Johan de Meij

Twinkle Twinkle Little Stars
arr. Masamicz Amano

Grand Grand Overture for Concert Band
and Three Vacuum Cleaners, One Floor Polisher and Four Rifles
Malcolm Arnold trans. John P. Paynter

West Winds in Concert 2003 – 10th Anniversary Concert

12th January 2003, Sunday
Victoria Concert Hall
5:00 pm

Procession of the Nobles from Malda

First Suite in Eb
Gustav Holst

Eric Whitacre

The Speech of Angels
Stephen Melillo

El Camino Real
Alfred Reed

Orient Express
Philip Sparke

Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves
Micheal Kamen, arr. Kim Barker & Richard Hubbert

Third Symphony, op. 89, mov. 3
James Barnes

Les Miserables
Claude Michel Schonberg, arr. Marcel Peeters

Wedding Dance
Jacques Press

Amazing Grace
Frank Ticheli

West Winds in Concert 2002 Composer Series – Eric Whitacre

July 2002
Victoria Junior College Auditorium

Guest Conductor – Eric Whitacre

Ghost Train, Movement 1
Eric Whitacre

Eric Whitacre

Noisy Wheels of Joy
Eric Whitacre

Eric Whitacre

Eric Whitacre

West Winds in Concert 2002

24th February 2002, Sunday
Victoria Concert Hall
7:00 pm

Jan Van der Roost

First Suite in F
Thom Ritter George

The Immovable Do
Percy Aldridge Grainger

Norwegian Artists’ Carnival Op. 14
Johan S. Svendsen arr. Dan Godfrey

Rocky Point Holiday
Ron Nelson

Roumanian Folk Dances
Bela Bartok transcribed by Yo Goto

The Best of Final Fantasy VII
Nobuo Uematsu arr. Arnold Morrison

1712 Overture
P.D.Q. Bach

West Winds in Concert 2001

25th February 2001, Sunday
Victoria Concert Hall
7:00 pm

And the Multitude with One Voice Spoke
James L. Hosay

Paris Sketches
Martin Ellerby

Nyi Ronggeng
Yazeed Djamin, arr. Rasull

Stephan Jaeggi

The Cowboys
John Williams, arr. Jim Curnow

Pavane for a Dead Princess
Maurice Ravel

The Wizard of Oz
arr. James Barnes
conducted by Jonathan Lim

Armenian Dances II
Alfred Reed

West Winds in Concert 2000

5th March 2000, Sunday
Victoria Concert Hall
Conductors – CPT Philip Tng & Mr Lee Tian Tee

Raise of the Son
Rossano Galante

Cry of the Celts
Hardiman / Dudley, arr. Peter Graham

Variations for Band ~ Singapore premiere ~
John Stuart Howard

Warabe-Uta Fantasy
Matsuo Yoshi

Alfred Reed

Third Symphony, op. 89
James Barnes

West Winds in Concert 1999

28th February 1999, Sunday
Victoria Concert Hall

Conductor – CPT Philip Tng

Flourish for Wind Band
Ralph Vaughan Williams

The Theivish Magpie
G Rossini, arr. T Conway Brown

A Movement for Rosa
Mark Camphouse

First Suite for Band
Alfred Reed

Star Wars Trilogy
John Williams, arr. Donald Hunsberger

Stephenson’s Rocket
Nigel Hess

Les Miserables
Claude Michel Schonberg, arr. Marcel Peeters

West Winds in Concert 1998

The Magnificent Seven
Elmer Bernstein, arr. Manfred Schneider

Thomas Doss

Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves
Micheal Kamen, arr. Kim Barker & Richard Hubbert

Armenian Dances (Part 1)
Alfred Reed

Amercian Salute
Morton Gould, trans. Philip J Lang

Capriccio Espagnol
Rimsky Korsakov, arr. Courtain

Wedding Dance
Jacques Press

Global Variations
Nigel Hess

West Winds in Concert 1997

Big Country
Jerome Moross

Procession of Nobles from “Mlada”
Nicholas Rimsky Korsakov, trans. Erik W G Leidzen

The Inferno, first movement from “The Divine comedy”
Robert W Smith

Highlights from “Chess”( The Musical)
Ulvaeus & Anderson, Arr. Johann de Meij

Orient Express
Philip Sparke

The Sea Treader, In Calm and Storm
Francis McBeth

Broadway Show-stopper Overture
Arr. Warren Barker

Spring March
Oishi Mika

West Winds in Concert 1996

El Golpe Fatal, symphonic poem for band
Dirk Brosse

The March from ‘1941’
John William, arr. Paul Lavender

Miss Saigon, a symphonic protrait
Alain Boublil, Claude-Michel Schonberg, arr. Johann de Meij

Theatre Music
Philip Sparke

Capriccio Italien
Peter I Tschaikowski, arr. Piet Stalmeier

The Lion King, soundtrack highlights
arr. Calvin Custer

West Winds in Concert 1995

76 Trombones
Meredith Willson, arr. Naohiro Iwai

First Suite in E Flat
Gustav Holst

ABBA, Arr. Ron Sebregts

Oregon, Fantasy for Band
Jacob de Haan

American Graphity
Arr. Naohiro Iwai

Un Poco Cinco
John Fluck

We’re all Alone
Bozz Scaggs

A Discovery Fantasy
Jan De Haan

Sinfonia Marziale
Elliot A. Del Borgo


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