Encouraged by a thread on the Gramophone magazine website, I wondered whether we could start a thread of 'misprunts' involving well known brass band works or arrangements. I suggest the rules are: (a) by removing one existing letter from the title (as in Richard Rodgers' 'Laughter on Tenth Avenue'), or by changing one existing letter in the title (as in Vivaldi's Four Reasons - or Steve Sykes reference to Judith Bingham's Plague) Just a bit of fun! Peter Graham: The Essence of Lime Wagner arr. Snell: Procession to the Munster William Walton: The First Hoot William Walton: Brown Imperial Michael Tippett: Festal Bras With Blues Philip Sparke: Between the Moan and Mexico Thomas Arne: Mule Britannia Davies/Dyson: RAT March Past Fletcher: Labour and Lobe Horovitz: Bullet for Band Arthur Butterworth: Din Verdi arr. Wright: The Farce of Destiny John Williams arr. Bryce: Star Bars John Ireland: A Comely Overture Any more?