Williams/Bulla A Hymn to New England Listen Wood Brass Triumphant Listen Hartmann La Belle Americaine Listen Featuring cornet soloist James Screaton Wainwright The Vow Listen Resnick & Young Under the Boardwalk Listen Featuring flugel horn & Bb tuba soloists Della Pearce & Mark Probert Elgar/Wright Nimrod Listen Arlen/Richards Somewhere Over the Rainbow Listen Featuring tenor horn soloist Simon Smith Prima Sing Sing Sing Listen Percussion Feature by Owen Yarrow
Sheppard Star Fire Listen Jacob de Haan Oregon Listen Traditional/Wainwright Be Thou My Vision Listen Traditional Scarborough Fair Listen Featuring Eb tuba soloist Jen McCausland Mascagni/Jameson Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana Listen Schoenberg/CookStars from Les Miserables Listen Featuring baritone soloist Andrew Rigby Rogers/Harper Climb Ev’ry Mountain Listen Hamlisch Nobody Does it Better Listen Featuring trombone soloist Alan Gifford Broughton/Sparke Music from Tombstone Listen
Based in Northampton and originally known as the Munn and Felton Works Band, GUS Band was formed by Fred Felton in 1933 in Kettering. Since then, the band has gone on to win a string of titles including no less than six national titles, the British Open Championships and World Championship. GUS Band is the current Midland Regional Champion.