A beautifully homogeneous sound

After Freeland Orchestra we were treated to performances by the West Oxford Clarinets – a very impressive group of nine clarinets and two bass clarinets. The group made a beautifully homogeneous sound, was well in tune and played some very lively Dvorak (well known ‘Slavonic Dance no. 8’) with well…

Good intonation, ensemble and rhythm

The West Oxfordshire Clarinets opened the concert with a marvellous set of dances by Bartok. It looked as fun to play as it was to listen to, and it was a good opener. There was good intonation, ensemble and rhythm. BY HECK, by S R Henry, was a fun piece…

Tea concert in St Mary’s, Freeland,

WOC’s programme: Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring Bach arr. Marks Lilita Mia Oldyard Sally’s Song D Elfman Solace S Joplin Country Gardens Trad arr. Marks Adagio (KV411) Mozart Tritsch-Tratsch Polka Strauss Fugue No 7 (Book 2) Bach Pine Top’s Boogie Woogie

Fine Entertainment

The concert at Henry Box School, Witney on December 7th was a rare treat. Freeland Orchestra, West Oxfordshire Clarinets and West Oxfordshire Winds provided fine entertainment, all conducted by the brilliant Wendy Marks. Participants ranged from primary school age to pensioners. The clarinet group, which formed in October, included three…