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Sunday, 23 January 2011

Holy Trinity Penn Street host Aylesbury Concert Band

Holy Trinity church was filled with warm welcoming conversation as I entered, and although Lizzy my daughter had suggested I might therefore find a seat at the back, one look around suggested quite the opposite, and I was lucky that the front row had not been taken.

It meant I was close, but it also restricted my viewpoints, and I had to take care not to be a distraction. It was a full and varied programme and I found the acoustics bright and clear, and it was not difficult to find my feet tapping. I particularly enjoyed ‘Stevenson’s Rocket’ and one of the Irish folk tunes that reminded me of the ‘Sailor’s Hornpipe’.

I very much liked the internal architecture, but it was not till the interval that I was stunned by the vast painting that dominated the entire back wall of the church. Tea, coffee and homemade cakes were provided in that interval, and somehow the second half seemed to finish almost as soon as it began, but I am certain all the audience enjoyed the evening as much as I did.

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