Any Super-stars in the vicinity?

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by BFN, May 13, 2004.

  1. BFN

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    Just thought I'd pander to the egos of the likes of Brett Baker or Chris Jeans (can you tell I'm a trombone player...) who may be part of this forum, and ask them to reveal themselves! As I'm quite new, I'm almost certain this has been done before, but as new members are added daily I didn't see the point in looking for an ancient post!

    In all seriousness though, I'm just curious, and have nothing else to do...

    Cheers
     
  2. Well Worth It

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    Alright!!
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    You've caught me.
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  3. Roger Thorne

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    There are lots of high-profile banders on tMP Neil. Its just a case of working out 'who's who'!

    :wink:
     
  4. Dave Payn

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    'Now **** OFF!' ;-) ;-) :lol: :lol:
     
  5. PeterBale

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    No you're not, you're just a naughty boy :wink:
     
  6. littlemisshorns

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    That is quite naughty.

    To answer your question standstudent - there are lots of stars on here but sadly I am not one of them!
     
  7. Tuba Miriam

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    Ok, Brian! :D
     
  8. yorkie19

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    Aren't Brian Jack and Daley Thompson hanging around here somewhere?
     
  9. Dave Payn

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    Or indeed, David Hemery. I very much doubt Stan Bowles will be here.... ;-)
     
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    INSOLENT CHILD!!
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  11. Dave Payn

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    I was always told smoting was bad for your health, or something like that.... :lol:
     
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    *Modly Clearing of Throat*
     
  13. JOCKBLAST!

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    Staying at a very good horn players house at the moment!
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  14. Well Worth It

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    Just be sure to pray that I do not appear before you as a burning beard. :twisted:
     
  15. ScrapingtheBottom

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    Well I've seen and conversed with Mark Frost and Nick Hudson to name a couple (and there are more).

    I'm not famous myself, although I have played in the St Andrews University Symphony Orchestra.
     
  16. BFN

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    Cool - I take it you've seen my previous signature then? When did you play, and does Gill Craig still have your number for The Heisenberg Ensemble? :D
     
  17. Dave Payn

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    Sod off, I can burn me own! ;-) (Probably a good idea, it's taking over my face like a Triffid.... Not my fault. I didn't grow the beard, my chin subsided.... ;-))
     
  18. bassinthebathroom

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    Dunno about banding stars, but it would appear we have the cast of Monty Python in. :p
     
  19. ScrapingtheBottom

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    I was at St Andrews between 1998 and 2002, I was on principal in 1999-2000 and on 2nd 2000-2002 (due to degree commitments!!!). Luckily I fled the country in 2003 and thus Gill hasn't been able to get hold of me! I used to do more singing in St Andrews, but I played for the big band (is that still going?), G+S society, wind orchestra and the Mighty Afros (probably before your time) to name a few things. Is Julian Clayton still conducting and stuff?
     
  20. BFN

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    I started in 2001 and have played in EVERYTHING since - the windband's going on tour in June! The big band is still going, but it's crap, so a bunch of us have started up a new one and we had our debut at the KK may ball on saturday. Mr. Clayton is still there, and he was meant to be conducting the Symphony Orchestra this semester, but Gill did it instead. What did you study?
     
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