No 2084 Euphonium solo - Before His Throne by Olaf Ritman
This solo is based on Vikke Cook´s tune - "Before The jThrone of God Above"
No 2085 Great Lakes Mission by Leonard Ballantine
In 1882 Jack Addy and Joe Ludgate advanced the work of the Lord in the Great Lakes region, where they birthed the Christian Mission in the two cities of London and Hamilton, Ontario, Their charismatic leadership still marvellously lives on through the ministries alive and active in those two centres. The music "Sine Nomine" is used to depict this lasting quality which, through the years has brought about the continuance of Salvation Army ministry.
No 2086 My Father´s World by Andrew Blyth
The tune "Terra Beata" was originally a traditional English Folk Tune, a variation of which appeared in the English Hymnal in 1906. "Terra Beata" is Latin for "Beautiful World".
No 2087 March - Sweet Chariot by Ray Steadman-Allan
This march was written for the Rolls Royce Band short after Dr Steadman-Allen and his wife moved to their retirement home in the Midlands. After a number of years the music is now in The Salvation Army Brass Band Journal. You will hear the wellknown tune "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot".