Birmingham Citadel Band toured Canada from Friday 15th April to Monday 25th April 2011. Check out the daily pages below to see:
Photographs of each day
The daily blog to find out what we’ve been up to written by various members of the band (Thanks to Oliver Ridley for organising this)
The daily Bible Studies prepared by Major Steve White who accompanied us on the tour
You can also see video performances from the tour by clicking here:
We hope you find these pages useful and informative.
The Band gave a Pre-tour Concert on Saturday 26th March 2011 At Birmingham Citadel.
BCB were delighted that Lt. Col. Anthony Cotterill would accompany the band to Canada as Executive Officer.
We would also be joined by Assistant Territorial Music Director Andrew Blyth.
Spirit of Joy
ON THE LIGHTER SIDE
Just a Closer Walk
Three Kings Swing
El es el senor
The Lord is Gracious
The Power of the Cross
Gift of Love
Written in Red
FROM THE MOVIES
Over the rainbow
I will follow him
LARGER SCALE WORKS
Fanfare and Flourishes
Psalm of Thanks
Songs of the Morning
Cornet Solo - Song of Exaltation (Gavin Lamplough)
Horn Solo - Demelza (Neil Blessett)
Euphonium Solo - Brilliante (David Taylor)
Trombone Solo - This I Know (Mark Sharman)
FROM THE CLASSICS
Dance of the Comedians
Were You There?
BCB 2011 Tour Bible Study Notes
We would invite you not only follow our progress on this tour by looking at photographs and reading “diary entries”, but we would also encourage you to share in our Bible Study material. Simply click on the day (i.e. “Day One”) to read the study for that day.
Lt. Col. Anthony Cotterill writes.....
It is an immense privilege for us to travel To Canada with Christ for the purpose of spreading his Gospel and to encourage our brothers and sisters in Christ at the various locations we will visit. We all are expecting great things as we seek to give ourselves and our talents and gifts unreservedly for God.
There is another journey taking place for us – we know we are heading towards Easter Sunday and the celebration that Jesus is alive, a truth that is in fact marked every Sunday and hopefully every day of our lives. As we travel the Holy Week Journey we have been given an opportunity to live the story as perhaps never before. Each day we have time for either personal or corporate study of God’s word with the prayer that Easter 2011 will be a glorious one of enrichment for ourselves and thus to the people we will be with during these days in Canada and then, perhaps most crucially, the people that we return to in the UK – our families, our Corps, our places of employment or study.
Introduction - Each day there is a set of notes to aid some study – there are some pictures and some questions for you to grapple with.