Both Sides Now

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by timps, Jul 23, 2004.

  1. timps

    timps Member

    Does anyone know if their is a band arrangement of the song Both Sides Now by Joni Mitchell??

    As used in Love actually!
  2. MRSH

    MRSH Supporting Member

    If this is the one - Castle Music stock an arrangement by Tom Greatorex as a Tenor Horn Solo.

    Go HERE
  3. Dave1

    Dave1 Member

    That is THE one. It is a good arrangement playable by most. Have used it many times before especially when with Horbury Victoria band whom Tom has a long history with. He's also a great guy.
  4. timps

    timps Member

    Thanks guys, but I couldn't find it on the site, can you give me an further clues??
  5. dyl

    dyl Active Member

    Click on the link provided by MRSH above. Then click ctrl+f - type 'Both Sides Now' in the box - your music will be highlighted! ;)
  6. timps

    timps Member

    Thanks very much, I was looking for Both Sides Now but it is listed as From Both Sides Now.
  7. Dyddgu

    Dyddgu Member

    a new verse?

    Horns and cornets, baris too,
    a Bb bass, a timp, a euph,
    And area finals, currys, booze,
    I've looked at bands that way;
    But now the bands are looking thin,
    Conductors leave, committees binned,
    You lose the areas, don't come in,
    Politics in the way...
    I've looked at bands from both sides now,
    From win and lose
    and still somehow,
    It's bands' illusions I recall,
    I really don't know bands at all...

    *contented sigh; wanders off with earworm* :D
  8. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Nice one :wink: :lol: :lol:
  9. Dyddgu

    Dyddgu Member

    *pinks* Thanks - was having a creative moment! ;-)
  10. Thirteen Ball

    Thirteen Ball Active Member

    There's another arrangement for band, rather than soloist, though I don't have any details as to availability. I've got it on a welwyn garden city band CD and it sounds really good.

    Arranged by Sandidge, Published by westminster music. That's all the details I have I'm afraid. :( Wish I could Help More.

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