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Hosted by Matthew Frost, Music Editorial presents interviews with notable international Salvationist musicians, and provides insightful analyses of iconic Salvation Army brass band repertoire Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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On this episode, host Matthew Frost is joined (virtually) by Garry Todd – the long-time Principal Cornet of the Melbourne Staff Band. Born in the UK, Garry talks about his formative years at Chalk Farm and then his move to the other side of the world. Garry also talks about other stereotypical Australian topics: cricket, vegemite and lions. Ron Hol…
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Lieutenant Jonny Whitmore joins Matthew backstage at The Lighthouse, just hours before the final concert of the Territorial Youth Band (TYB) course. Jonny, who (along with his wife Kat) is in charge of The Salvation Army’s youth and children’s work in the United Kingdom, was a student on the first ever TYB course. Jonny talks to Matthew about his l…
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Bandmaster Jonathan Evans' 3-part analysis of Ray Steadman-Allen's epic work 'On Ratcliff Highway' has been compiled into one episode. Hosted by Matthew Frost Produced by Simon Gash Published by Music Editorial Audio extracts used with permission of SP&S Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Ron Prussing is Matthew’s interviewee in this month’s episode. Ron retires this month from the Trombone section of the Sydney Symphony orchestra, after an amazing 53-year career with the orchestra. Ron is also an active Salvationist musician and previously served as bandmaster of Sydney Congress Hall Band. Bandmaster Jonathan Evans returns to finis…
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Andrew Wainwright is Matthew’s featured guest on Episode 51. Andrew’s artistry is admired by thousands of people nearly every week. Although these days, he’s better known for his Brass Band compositions than as the co-creator of Gunnersaurus Rex – the Arsenal Football Club mascot! Andrew talks about his life, his music and gives Matthew advice on h…
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New flashy artwork; same fun- and faith-filled podcast! Host Matthew Frost gets Season 5 gets underway by chatting to a really special guest - Commissioner Edward ‘Dusty’ Hill. Dusty is 2nd in Command of the International Salvation Army, but still found time to appear on Fully Scored and answer all of Matthew’s questions. Bandmaster Jonathan Evans …
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In the final episode of season 4, ISB Soprano cornet supremo Gary Fountain opens up about his life, his playing and why SA banding is so important to him. Territorial Music and Creative Arts Education Secretary Nick Simmons-Smith then guides us through Morley Calvert’s beautifully crafted suite, ‘The festive season’. Also in this episode we hear fr…
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This episode features two Englishmen who live in North America and an American visiting the UK. Captain Nicholas Samuel joins Matthew on this month’s episode to share about his life, his music and his faith. Nick, who grew up in Warrington is now the Corps Officer at London Citadel in Canada. William Himes took time out of his recent UK conducting …
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This special episode is a tribute to one of The Salvation Army's greatest composers, Major Leslie Condon. In this episode, Dr Stephen Cobb, Trevor Davis, Kevin Norbury, Gordon Ward, Maurice Cooper, Iain Parkhouse and Brian Johnson all give tribute to Condon, who was a mentor, inspiration and friend to so many around the world. We also present an an…
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David Wright is Matthew’s guest on this month’s episode. David has recently joined the team at Music Editorial, and gives us an insight into his interesting and varied military career. ‘Glorifico Aeternum’ was written 20 years ago. To mark this milestone, we invited the composer of the piece – Dean Jones – to talk to us about his inspiration and hi…
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In episode 45, Matthew Frost spends time chatting with Bandmaster Jonathan Evans. It turns out that as well as being Principal Trombone of the International Staff Band and Bandmaster of Sale Salvation Army Band, Jonathan is also a cricket enthusiast, a closet impressionist and a frustrated West-end singer! ‘None other name’ is – as you’d expect fro…
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Bandmaster Heinrich Schmidt has just retired as Bandmaster of the German Staff Band after 34 years of service. Heinrich talks to Matthew about growing up in post-war Germany, his time as Staff Bandmaster and how he has used his musical career to promote the Gospel. Continuing the German flavour, Andrew Wainwright (who is not German!) talks us throu…
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Bandmaster Monica Sakha is our guest on Episode 43. Monica is the founder and Bandmaster of the Kenya East Ladies Band and talks to us about her life, her faith and her vision for this remarkable group. Marcus Venables, Principal Cornet of Canadian Staff Band, talks us through Norman Bearcroft’s ‘Just like John’, which was written for the reformed …
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Brett Tolcher has recently been appointed as Bandmaster of the Chicago Staff Band. Brett joins Matthew to talk about his life, ministry and work as Territorial Music and Creative Arts Ministries Secretary. Heaton’s ‘Praise’ is one of everyone’s favourite marches and we’re delighted to welcome Paul Hindmarsh back to ‘Fully Scored’ to talk us through…
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96-year-old, Major George Whittingham talks to Matthew Frost about a different era of Salvation Army music-making, recounting stories from life in the 1940s. Renowned composer, Sam Creamer, then discusses ‘So Glad!’ with Matthew – a piece that paved the way for jazz and swing music becoming part of standard SA repertoire. In this episode we have a …
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‘The light of the world’ is, without doubt, one The Salvation Army’s most played and loved pieces of music. In this episode, Dean Goffin’s masterpiece is analysed by Bandmaster Jonathan Evans (Sale and ISB). Before this, Matthew Frost interviews cornet superstar and Bandmaster of the Household Troops Band, Carl Saunders. Before Carl’s band knowledg…
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This episode of ‘Fully Scored’ is has a real international feel to it. It starts with a trip to The Netherlands, as Matthew Frost interviews Amsterdam Staff Bandmaster, Olaf Ritman. The music of Scotsman is then analysed by an American; SA Music aficionado Ron Holz (USA Southern Territory) delves into Peter Graham’s ‘Shine as the light’. Before Ola…
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Fully Scored is back with Season 4! And we have two heavyweights of SA music on this first episode of the year. Dudley Bright, former Principal Trombone of the LSO, tells Matthew about his life, his playing career and his compositions. ‘Arise, my soul, arise!’ is one of only two ‘Prelude and Fugues’ published by Music Editorial. Derick Kane joins M…
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Are you feeling festive yet? If not, then you will be by the end of this episode. Before Kevin Larsson talks us through his sparkling piece ‘A Christmas overture’, host of Fully Scored, Matthew Frost, interviews singing sensation Charlie Green. Charlie rose to international fame at 10 years of age, finishing runner up in ITV’s ‘Britain’s got talent…
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Former Principal Cornet of The International Staff Band, Roland Cobb, joins Matthew to talk about his life and the ISB in 1940s and 50s. Following the recent promotion to glory of Brian Bowen, we thought it would be fitting to look at Brian’s much-loved piece, ‘My comfort and strength’. Dr Dorothy Gates, a friend and colleague of Brian’s, was the o…
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In August this year, Fully Scored host, Matthew Frost, and Head of Music Editorial, Andrew Blyth, travelled to Lagos, Nigeria to lead activities at the Nigeria Territorial Music School. As well as hearing from Matthew and Andrew, we also learn about Salvation Army music in Nigeria from several prominent Nigerian musicians: James Joe (Nigerian Terri…
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Territorial Music Director for the USA Western Territory, Neil Smith, tells us all about his work, his role as Staff Bandmaster and his soon-to-open pizzeria. Euphonium legend, Derick Kane, is back on the podcast for a Fully Scored first – an analysis of a solo. Derick gives us a fascinating insight into Norman Bearcroft’s ‘The better world’ which …
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To commemorate 100 years since the birth of Ray Steadman-Allen, Fully Scored has assembled a group of fantastic guests to share their personal memories of RSA. Andrew Blyth, Stephen Cobb, Kenneth Downie, Howard Evans, Bill Himes, Derick Kane and Barbara Steadman-Allen all give us an insight into the life of the great composer. We were spoilt for ch…
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The International Staff Band’s Principal Cornet, Bandmaster Gavin Lamplough, joins Matthew Frost to talk about his life, faith and music, plus many more random topics. Canadian Staff Bandmaster, John Lam, is back on the podcast; this time as analyst. John gives us a fascinating insight into Robert Redhead’s ‘Quintessence’. Fully Scored producer Sim…
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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…
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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 si…
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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 Cat…
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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 Bandmastermi…
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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-…
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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 …
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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 h…
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In this bonus episode, Matthew Frost hosts an Ashes special as Australia (Darren Waterworth) and England (Nicholas Brill) go head to head in an epic battle to see who is the ultimate Fully Scored superfan! Produced by Simon Gash Published by Music Editorial Audio extracts used with permission of SP&S Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more …
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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 Pu…
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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. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/pri…
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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. Hos…
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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 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/…
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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 insigh…
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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 Hosted on Acast. See acast.co…
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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 Hosted on Acast. S…
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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. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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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'. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/priv…
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Hosted by Matthew Frost. On this episode Major Martin Cordner shares with us his influences and experiences of life as a composer and minister in The Salvation Army. Also featured is an analysis of Ray Steadman-Allen’s ‘The Holy War’ with Dr Howard Evans and another round of ’Bandmastermind'. Produced by Simon Gash Published by Music Editorial Audi…
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Hosted by Matthew Frost. On this episode legendary trumpet player Philip Smith gives us an insight into his life and work. Also featured is an analysis of ‘Prelude on ‘Lavenham’’ with the composer, Geoffrey Nobes, plus another round of ’Bandmastermind'. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Hosted by Matthew Frost. On this episode Bandmaster John Lam gives us an insight into his life and work as Bandmaster of the Canadian Staff Band. Also featured is an analysis of 'Guardian of my soul' with the composer, Darren Shaw, plus another round of ’Bandmastermind'. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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