Scott Brothers Duo

Piano and Organ Concert

Jonathan Scott, organ and Tom Scott, piano, present an extraordinary dramatic concert of orchestral transcriptions.  Their virtuosity and seeming telepathy is breath taking and the programme includes the Magic Flute Overture by Mozart, The Warsaw Concerto by Richard Addinsell, Grieg’s Peer Gynt Suite and Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody. This is certainly a concert you won’t forget!

Listen to Tom and Jonathan play Liszt here

Wednesday 27th June 2018 - 7:30pm
Adult £15, Under 25 Free

Sponsors: Mr and Mrs Jeremy Scott

 'It doesn’t matter whether you know the music or not, the sheer enjoyment and energy of the Scott Brothers Duo makes you feel as though you do, and is knockout!'  Chi-Chi Nawanoku, BBC Radio 3


Scott Brothers Duo
Jonathan Scott - Organ
Tom Scott-Piano

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-91) arr. Scott
Overture to The Magic Flute K.620

Claude Debussy (1862-1918) arr. Scott
Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune

Richard Addinsell (1904-77)
Warsall Concerto

Charles François Gounod (1818-1893) arr. Scott
Meditation - Ave Maria

Pietro Yon (1886-1943)
Finale from 'Concerto Gregoriano'


Vittorio Monti (1868-1922) arr. Scott

Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) arr. Scott
Peer Gynt Suite No.1 Op. 46
I Morning Mood
II Death of Åse
III Anitra’s Dance

IV In the Hall of the Mountain King

Tom Scott (b.1981)
Timepiece (2013)

Franz Liszt (1811-1886) arr. Scott
Hungarian Rhapsody No.2

Finally, to bring tonight's concert to a close, we perform Hungarian Rhapsody No.2 by Franz Liszt. Liszt was born in Hungary and always thought of himself as a Hungarian, even though he left the country when he was ten years old. He made a study of Hungarian music and based his Hungarian Rhapsodies on the model of the czardas. The melodies that Liszt uses are not genuine gypsy folksongs but attempts to evoke the atmosphere and excitement of traditional gypsy music in a virtuoso composition. Liszt’s original piano version was written in 1847 and this evening’s version for piano and organ by Jonathan Scott creates a virtuoso showpiece for both instruments.
St Mary's Church
Church Street