|1||Titan's Progress||Hermann Pallhuber||Cory Band|
|2||Zelda||Percy Code||Black Dyke Band|
|3||Beecher Variations||Stephen Bulla||Tewit Silver Band|
|4||Viking Age||Thierry Deleruyelle||Uppermill Band|
|Black Dyke At The Movies||Black Dyke Band|
|5||i. Overture||Andy Wareham|
|6||ii. Harry Potter||John Williams arr. Andrew Duncan|
|7||iii. For Your Eyes Only||Bill Conti arr. Darrol Barry|
|8||Occasion||Edward Gregson||South Yorkshire Police Band|
|9||Endeavour (Australia 1788-1988)||Philip Sparke||Unison Kinneil Band|
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For those fortunate to have been present at the Royal Albert Hall on 12 October for the National Finals, this is a chance to relive what was a truly memorable performance of Herman Pallhuber’s tour-de-force Titan’s Progress and, for those who weren’t there, it is an opportunity to hear, in the comfort of your own home, what many critics have described as one of the finest contest performances in living memory.
This is a well put-together project and a fitting souvenir for what was a fine year of performances at the British National.