Tread Softly CHRIS BRANNICK
Instrumentation: Handbells & bass guitar

Metropolis CHRIS BRANNICK
Instrumentation: Drum kit, shouting, lots of small instruments & children

Junkyard Samba CHRIS BRANNICK / STEPHEN HISCOCK
Instrumentation: Tea Chest, dustbin, flowerpots, vacuum hoover nozzle, tin cans, lions roar, agogo bells, conch shell, hooter, biscuit tin & large industrial vegetable oil cans

Second Construction JOHN CAGE
Instrumentation: Prepared piano, gongs, water gong, sleigh bells, flowerpots, thundersheets, snare drum, maracas & tin can rattle

Third Construction JOHN CAGE
20 tin cans, lions roar, log drums, bean pod shaker, axatse, congas, tom toms, conch shell, bongos, chinese cymbal, claves & split bamboo

Story JOHN CAGE
Instrumentation: Voice

Centre of the Universe PAUL DURCAN / CHRIS BRANNICK
Instrumentation: Sound

Apple Blossom PETER GARLAND
Instrumentation: Marimba

From Doughball STEPHEN HISCOCK
Instrumentation: Vibes, marimba, glock, sizzle cymbal & splash cymbal

Theme from 'Freckled Spectator' STEPHEN HISCOCK
Instrumentation: 2 vibes, marimba/xylophone, bottle, glock, dondo & snare drum

Rain LENNON / McCARTNEY arr. STEPHEN HISCOCK
Instrumentation: Vibes, glock, forwards marimba & bass marimba

La Capa ANDREW MARTIN
Instrumentation: Claves, agogo bells, surdo, clapping, maracas, bongos

Marimba Spiritual MINORU MIKI
Instrumentation: Marimba, high, low and medium drums, gongs, gankogui, japanese piccolo blocks & log drums

 

Typing Music STEVE REICH
Instrumentation: Computer keyboard, 2 pedal bass drums, claves, clapping & voice

 

Capoeira TRAD. arr. JOBY BURGESS
Instrumentation: beriumbas, pandeiro, conga, agogo bells & bottle

 

Brouhaha PETER WIEGOLD
Instrumentation: Free



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“I heard a Senegalese circumcision dance, and shared the life of a firefly. I whizzed through the Channel Tunnel. I went to a noisy dinner party and toured the constellation Cygnus. And all this without moving from my seat in Nicholas Hawksmoor's Baroque masterpiece, Christ Church, Spitalfields.

This could only have been a concert by ensemblebash, who make playing percussion the coolest, noisiest and funniest occupation on earth."
The Times

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