Brass Band Cockney Rhyming Slang...

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  1. BrianT

    BrianT Member

    I've been racking my brain trying to think of some brass banding CRS terms. Can't think of any. I mean, nothing rhymes with "euphonium" or "trombone" does it? Anyone better at rhyming than me feel free to make some suggestions...
     
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  3. DaveR

    DaveR Active Member

    Dog and phone - Trombone?
    Wasp and hornet - cornet?
    Veruccas and corns - horns (eughh!!)
    :confused:
     
  4. Redhorn

    Redhorn New Member

    When playing in a previous band, under the man himself, we'd sometimes comment that 'this music is a bit Dudley Bright!'..... ;-) meaning 'not very good' (unlike Dudley, obviously, to clear up confusion, etc, etc, etc!)
     
  5. BigHorn

    BigHorn Active Member

    How about ..... A Foster Parent i.e. Your Fake Dad and Your Phoney Mum -




    :oops: .......coat !
     
  6. Sellers_Bird

    Sellers_Bird Active Member

    how long did it take you to think of that then...:cool:
     
  7. meandmycornet

    meandmycornet Active Member

    Thats just what they remind me of! :tongue: well.... horn players anyway :tongue:

    hairy bums - drums
    spotty faces - basses
    nowt up top - sop
    silly gimps - timps

    :tongue: there you go.... thats my pityful attempt at Cockney Rhyming Slang :tongue:
     
  8. matthetimp

    matthetimp Member

    The Pandamoniums - Euphoniums!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  9. matthetimp

    matthetimp Member

    Up with the cock (as in a male chicken) - play the glock
     
  10. Laserbeam bass

    Laserbeam bass Active Member

    Just a moot point, but how can it be CRS if you give the rhyming word that relates to the item in question.

    It should be something along the lines of
    Ice Cream - Trombone
    D'oyle - Bass
    Gum - Euph
    Cut - Tenor Horn
    Jump - Sop or Allysa - Soprano
    Chain - Bass Trombone Mild - Percussion
    Kidnapper - Conductor
    That's - Cornet
    Yahoo - Flugel

    See next post for rhyming couplet
     
  11. Laserbeam bass

    Laserbeam bass Active Member

    Just a moot point, but how can it be CRS if you give the rhyming word that relates to the item in question.

    It should be something along the lines of
    Ice Cream - Trombone (the missing words being "and cone")
    D'oyle - Bass (and Lace)
    Gum - Euph (and Tooth)
    Cut - Tenor Horn (and Shorn)
    Jump - Sop (and Bop) or Allysa - Soprano (Milano)
    Chain - Bass Trombone (and Saw) :tongue:
    Mild - Percussion (Concussion)
    Kidnapper - Conductor (and Abductor)
    That's - Cornet (torn it)
    Yahoo - Flugel (and Google)
     
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  13. ian perks

    ian perks Active Member

    All the way Home= Baritone
     
  14. Laserbeam bass

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    Forgot about the Baritone :oops:

    Mobile - Baritone (Phone)
     
  15. BbBill

    BbBill Supporting Member

    Whoooosh right over me head....!!! :rolleyes:

    And you say us scots are hard to work out!
     
  16. Laserbeam bass

    Laserbeam bass Active Member


    Pick a word. Find another word that rhymes with it. Add an associated word in front of the rhyming word. hey Presto Cockney Rhyming Slang

    Dog and Bone = Phone
    Apples and Pears = Stairs
    Rub a Dub = Pub
    Whistle and Flute = Suit
    Butcher's Hook = Look
    Joker Lucre = Smooker
    Sky Rocket = Pocket
    Plates of Meat = Feet

    etc ad infinitum.

    In the olden days only the first part of the rhyming couplet would be said. You would only know what the other person was saying if you knew the rhyme. Alledgedly invented in london in WWII in case of a German invasion, but more likely a language developed by thieves (some say upto 60 years earlier) to esnure that the gentry didn't know what was bsing discussed. This type of Slang is also known as Cant.
     

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