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2pm Sunday 23 April 2006 in the Quadrangle

Warwick Alder


Jazz Trumpeter

Jill Forrest

Jill Forrest

University Carillonist, The University of Sydney

Program for Trumpet & Carillon

Chime of Welcome, for carillon Dulcie Holland (1913-2000)
Adagio, from Concierto de Aranjuez Joaquin Rodrigo (1901-1999)
My Lord, What a Mourning Negro Spiritual, arr Leen ’t Hart
Misty Errol Garner (1921-1977)
Remembering Anzac Day
The Last Post
The Dam Busters Eric Coates (1886-1957)
The White Cliffs of Dover Walter Kent (1911-1994)
Men of Harlech Welsh trad (arr JF)
Memorial (carillon composition) Theophil Rusterholz (1910-2001)
Scarborough Fair English trad, arr Sally Slade Warner
Mood Indigo Duke Ellington (1899-1974)
Cantique de Noël Adolphe Adam (1803-1856) (arr Albert Gerken)
When the Saints Go Marching in Trad
Londonderry Air Irish folk song (arr Sally Slade Warner)
Trumpet Voluntary (Op. 6 No. 5) John Stanley (1713-1786)
Advance Australia Fair
Warwick Alder graduated from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in 1981 with honours from the Jazz Course. He performed with Morrison Bros Big Bad Band in the mid-eighties (recorded 2 albums), worked at Channel 9 Orchestra for 3 years (Ray Martin Show and Mike Walsh Show), and is a founding member of Ten Part Invention (1986) and the Australian Jazz Orchestra (1988). He is currently with the Bernie McGann Quartet and lectures at the Conservatorium in the jazz course. Warwick has also performed with Eartha Kitt, Joe Williams, Cleo Laine, Louis Bellson, Buddy De Franco, Sheila Jordan, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Lew Tabakin, Curtis Lundy and Gary Smulyen.

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