Bramyn March Help

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by drums4monty, Jan 10, 2006.

  1. drums4monty

    drums4monty Member

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    Does anyone know if there were or percussion parts written for the march Bramyn (Ithink thats how you spell it, but I bet it's not) by John Carr? I have played it with 3 or 4 bands and they did'nt have parts.
     
  2. satchmo shaz

    satchmo shaz Active Member

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    I will have a look tomorrow at band:)
     
  3. bigcol

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    Monty - very sure there is - I'll have a look at FRB tonight. I've certainly played a drum part for it many moons ago, just need to check whether it was original or a made up one.
     
  4. BoozyBTrom

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    Just pop down on thursday Monty and rifle through our library your always welcome matey. :p :p
     
  5. dyl

    dyl Active Member

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    Close - but you're missing a 'w' - it's actually called Bramwyn.
     
  6. Steve

    Steve Active Member

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    and what a cracker it is too!! One of my favourite marches on trombone :D Im sure there are perc parts but that could have just been the shedbuilders at the back hitting stuff for the sake of it!!!
     
  7. drums4monty

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    Thanks everybody but search over. My good mate Bob from Reg Vardy band came up with the part today.
     
  8. BoozyBTrom

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    Good ol Berb!!! Did he have a moan about things too?
     
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