Series PJBE-ADD1/1 - Programmes

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GB GB1179 PJBE-ADD1-PJBE-ADD1/1

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Programmes

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  • 1956-1995 (Creation)

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10 boxes

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(1951-1986)

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Established by Philip Jones in 1951, the Ensemble consisted of two basic formations: a quintet (two trumpets, horn, trombone and tuba) and a ten-piece group, for the larger concert halls in Germany, the USA and Japan. The Ensemble toured extensively and its arrangements remain popular.

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(1928-2000)

Biographical history

Philip Jones (1928-2000) was he founder of the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble, an internationally acclaimed touring ensemble, and trumpeter. He was educated at the Royal College of Music and was employed by several orchestras before dedicating his career to his ensemble from 1951 until it disbanded in 1986. He then held posts at the Royal Northern College of Music and was Principal at Trinity College of Music.

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(fl.1980s)

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Programmes of performances by the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble, Philip Jones Wind Ensemble and by Philip Jones alone. Most are in English but as the PJBE toured all over the globe, some are in other languages, highlinting their incredible world tours. International performences are mentioned in the scope and content field for each file. Some contain inserts such as newspaper clippings, some correspondence, tour plans, schedules and other ephemera. Some are annotated with stage directions and notes on the music and songs.

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