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Stephen Bulla is one of the most sought-after composer/arrangers in the world. Joining Matthew from the other side of the ‘pond’, via Zoom, Steve talks about his life, his career in music and his faith. Dr Howard Evans is back to complete his analysis of Eric Ball’s ‘The old wells’ before Dale Caffull talks about his all-time favourite album. Steve Bulla then re-joins Matthew to have his knowledge put to the ultimate test in Bandmastermind.Produced by Simon Gash Published by Music Editorial Audio extracts used with permission of SP&S See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode, Dr Howard Evans is back with us to talk about Eric Ball's ‘The old wells' - the first variations to be featured on the podcast. Before this analysis, Lieut-Colonel Trevor Davis tells Matthew about his varied career as a Salvation Army Officer. Bandsman Howard Elliott reveals his all-time favourite album, before Trevor returns to sit in the Bandmastermind hot seat.Produced by Simon Gash Published by Music Editorial Audio extracts used with permission of SP&S See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is uncharted territory for Fully Scored as we look at a brand new, unpublished work! Major Martin Cordner is back with us to talk about his epic work, ‘Koinonia’. Before this analysis, Euphonium legend Derick Kane talks to Matthew about his 42-years ISB playing career. As you can imagine, there was a lot to talk to Derick about. Bandmaster Catherine Wallis talks about her all-time favourite album, before Derick ‘s wealth of banding knowledge is put to the ultimate test in Bandmastermind.Produced by Simon Gash Published by Music Editorial Audio extracts used with permission of SP&S See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode features two Englishmen who live in Canada and a Canadian! Eminent composer, Kevin Norbury, joins Matthew Frost to talk about his life, his work in Music Editorial and his composing. Captain Nicholas Samuel then joins Matthew to take a look at his beautifully crafted piece ‘Gift of love’. Before Kevin returns to compete in Bandmastermind, Marcus Venables talks about his all-time favourite album.Produced by Simon Gash Published by Music Editorial Audio extracts used with permission of SP&S See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Eminent Salvationist composer, Dr Kenneth Downie, joins Matthew Frost to talk about his life, his faith and his music. Bandmaster Paul Sharman then returns to the podcast to continue his look at Dean Goffin’s classic piece, ‘Symphony of thanksgiving’. Before Ken returns to compete in Bandmastermind, Andrew Wainwright talks to Matthew about his all-time favourite album.Produced by Simon Gash Published by Music Editorial Audio extracts used with permission of SP&S See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Trevor Caffull, Managing Director of SATCoL, joins Matthew Frost to talk about his life, faith and how he has strived to nurture relationships between The Salvation Army and the world of contesting bands. Bandmaster Paul Sharman then returns to the podcast to look at Dean Goffin’s classic piece, ‘Symphony of thanksgiving’. Before Trevor returns to compete in Bandmastermind, Bandmaster Jonathan Evans (Sale) talks to Matthew about his all-time favourite album.Produced by Simon Gash Published by Music Editorial Audio extracts used with permission of SP&S See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Season 3 kicks off with host Matthew Frost talking to Emmanuel Moukoko. Emmanuel tells us about his life, faith and leadership, as well as giving us a snapshot of Salvation Army music-making in Africa. Friend of the podcast Andrew Blyth, joins Matthew to look at his evocative piece ‘Still’. In a new feature on Fully Scored, Fred Mbesi talks about his all-time favourite album before Emmanuel returns to compete in Bandmastermind.Produced by Simon Gash Published by Music Editorial Audio extracts used with permission of SP&S See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode Matthew Frost talks to professional trumpeter and lifelong Salvationist Anthony Thompson about his life, faith and music. Stephen Bulla then joins Matthew to look at his festive favourite 'The proclamation of Christmas'. To complete the episode, Anthony's band knowledge is put to the test in Bandmastermind.Produced by Simon Gash Published by Music Editorial Audio extracts used with permission of SP&S See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode Matthew Frost talks to the Principal Cornet of the Chicago Staff Band, Beth Malovance about her life, work and ministry. Dr Kenneth Downie then joins Matthew - in person! - to look at his majestic 'King of Heaven'. To complete the episode, Beth's band knowledge is put to the test in Bandmastermind. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode Matthew Frost talks to Richard Phillips about his life and music. No topic is left untouched as they discuss everything from choral symphonies to arm wrestling! Bruce Broughton then joins Matthew to look at 'Covenant'. To complete the episode, Richard tries to dislodge Andrew Blyth from the top of the Bandmastermind leaderboard. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode Matthew Frost talks to the inspirational Clarence Adoo. Harold Burgmayer then joins Matthew to look at 'The call of the righteous'. To complete the episode, Clarence returns to have a go at Bandmastermind! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode Matthew Frost talks to legendary Hollywood film composer Bruce Broughton. William Himes then joins Matthew to look at 'To the chief musician'. To complete the episode we have a Bandmastermind like no other!Produced by Simon Gash Published by Music Editorial Audio extracts used with permission of SP&S See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this special episode to celebrate Canada Day, host Matthew Frost talks to two fine Canadian Salvationist musicians and looks at an iconic piece of SA literature from one of Canada's finest. Director for Music & Gospel Arts, Craig Lewis, is grilled by Matthew on his life, ministry and all things Canadian. This is followed by Phil Rayment's insightful analysis on Morley Calvert's 'Canadian Folk Song Suite'.Produced by Simon Gash Published by Music Editorial Audio extracts used with permission of SP&S See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hosted by Matthew Frost. Matthew talks to renowned composer Dr Dorothy Gates about her life, faith and music. Richard Phillips then joins Matthew to look at the meaning behind the music of Eric Ball's 'The eternal presence'.Produced by Simon Gash Published by Music Editorial Audio extracts used with permission of SP&S See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hosted by Matthew Frost. Matthew talks to renowned composer and conductor William Himes about his life and compositions. Richard Phillips then joins Matthew to look at the meaning behind the music of Eric Ball's 'The eternal presence'.Produced by Simon Gash Published by Music Editorial Audio extracts used with permission of SP&S See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hosted by Matthew Frost. On this episode, Matthew is joined by prolific Australian composer Noel Jones as he celebrates turning 80. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hosted by Matthew Frost. On this episode, Matthew talks to New York Staff Bandmaster Derek Lance about his life, work and ministry. Matthew is then joined by Andrew Blyth to analyse Leslie Condon's 'In wonder beholding'. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hosted by Matthew Frost. On this episode Dr. Howard Evans shares with us his experiences of music making in The Salvation Army as well as taking on the Bandmastermind challenge. Also featured is the analysis of 'Just as I am' (Heaton) by Paul Hindmarsh. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hosted by Matthew Frost. On this episode William Flinn shares with us his experiences of music making in The Salvation Army. Also featured is the the analysis of 'Gaudete' with the composer himself, Kevin Norbury. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hosted by Matthew Frost. On this episode Major John Mott shares with us his experiences as a minister in The Salvation Army and talks about the Household Troops Band. Also featured is the second part of the analysis of Ray Steadman-Allen’s ‘The Holy War’ with Dr Howard Evans and another round of ’Bandmastermind'.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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