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Snowdown Colliery Welfare Band is a member of the Snowdown Welfare Club, which is a Registered Charity (Charity Number: 302675)

CD's and Recordings


This is the bands debut album, recorded in the lovely town of Deal in the South East of Kent. The album contains a varied programme of music from "traditional" brass music to music from the "Musicals".

  1. MarchKirkby LonsdaleGoff Richards
  2. SelectionCarouselRichard Rogers
  3. SoloThe ParagonE.Sutton
    Soloist: Keith Pritchard on Cornet
  4. FeatureThe Ugly DucklingAlan Fernie
  5. OvertureLa Gazza LadraRossini
  6. Hymn TuneEternal FatherJacob de Haan
  7. DuetAve MariaE.H. Keeley
    Soloists: Keith Pritchard on Cornet and Ritchie Fraser on Euphonium
  8. SoloDemelzaHugh Nash
    Soloist: Suzie Tigwell on Soprano Cornet
  9. SongThe Wichita LinemanAlan Fernie
  10. DedicationA Special PlaceGoff Richards
    Composed for the Childrens Hospice, South West
  11. ClassicalLight As AirGoff Richards
    Soloist: Steve Wright on Flugal
  12. ShowstopperThere's No BusinessIrving Berlin
  13. FinaleThe Golden LadyGoff Richards

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Next 3 Gigs

18 August 2019
Hyde Park Bandstand, London

14 December 2019
St. Martins HC, Dover

22 December 2019
King Ethelbert Inn (Carols - small band)


Band Humour

Q. How many trumpet players does it take to change a lightbulb?
A. Five. One to change the bulb and four to contemplate how Louie Armstrong would have done it.