Brass in Concert CD/DVD?

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  1. Just wondering if anyone knows when the CD or DVD is being released of Brass in Concert? Also is there any idea on the track listings yet?

    Just so I know whether to tell my folks if theyll be able to see my mirror-smashing mug on the tellybox or not to hold their breath!

    Ta!
     
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  3. WorldofBrass.com

    WorldofBrass.com Active Member

    The DVD will be released in time for sale at the Regionals in March.
    There will not be a CD.
    The track list is just about finalised and I'll post it when it is ready.
     
  4. WorldofBrass.com

    WorldofBrass.com Active Member

    Track list as promised;

    DVD - Highlights from the 2005 Brass in Concert Championship

    Excerpts from the programmes of all eleven participating bands and including the entire winning performance from Grimethorpe Colliery (UK Coal) Band.

    Buy as you View Band;
    Toccata from Organ Symphony No. 5 (Widor arr. Wright)
    Benedictus (Jenkins arr. Small)

    Sellers International Band;
    The Circle of Life (John arr. Gilje)
    Glorifico Aeternum (Dean Jones)

    Reg Vardy Band;
    It's Just Talk (Pat Metheney arr. Farr)
    The Red Machine (Peter Graham)

    Whitburn Band;
    A Caledonian Fanfare (Patterson arr. Duncan)
    The Water is Wide (Trad arr. Duncan)

    Scottish Co-op Band;
    Keighley Moor (Cook)
    Mid all the Traffic (Shenandoah) (Ballantine)

    Grimethorpe Colliery (UK Coal) Band;
    The Duke of Marlborough Fanfare (Grainger arr. Smith)
    Everybody Loves the Blues (Ferguson arr. Smith)
    Red Sky at Night (W Hogarth Lear)
    A Quiet Place (Carmichael arr. Smith)
    Lizteria (Lizst arr. Smith)
    Finale from Gayaneh Ballet Suite No. 2 (Khachachurian arr. Smith)

    Mount Charles Band;
    The Melody Shop (King arr. Smalley)
    Battle of Trafalgar (Elms arr. Darwin)

    Brighouse & Rastrick Band;
    Caravan (Ellington arr. Sykes)
    Over the Rainbow (Arlen arr. Cassidy/Morrison)
    Papa Loves Mambo (Hoffman/Manning/Reichner arr. Newton)
    St. Gregory the Great from Church Windows (Respighi arr. Newton)

    Polysteel (Flowers) Band;
    Beyond the Tamar - World Tour for Brass Band (Philip Harper)

    Hepworth (Persimmon Homes) Band;
    Lights Out (McCoy arr. Bentham)
    Ritual Fire Dance (de Falla arr. Street)

    Ransome Band;
    Liberty Bell (Sousa arr. Hume)
    Highland Cathedral (Korb,Roever arr. Kerwin)
     
  5. DublinBass

    DublinBass Supporting Member

    Wow!! how long is the DVD? is it a double?

    What's the price on it?

    More importantly...is it mult-regional?
     
  6. tubafran

    tubafran Active Member

    27 pieces so got to be at least 60mins

    Price on WoB Website is 19.95 (hope that's not classed as blatant advertising)

    Multi-regional - Yes it's not just the Yorkshire bands on there;)
     
  7. WorldofBrass.com

    WorldofBrass.com Active Member

    Two discs

    You mean you haven't actually looked on the WoB site?


    Sorry, Region 2 only.
    However, we are looking into the possibility of doing Region 1 discs for our North American friends but we would need to be sure that we could at least cover the cost of doing a separate production run.

    Just out of interest, most people in the UK seem to buy 'multi-region' players while those in North America stick with Region 1. Is this because of lack of availability of 'multi-region' players in North America or because for most North Americans Region 1 only will suffice?
     
  8. the fish

    the fish Member

    Pat,

    I have my computer DVD set on region 1 and the one connected to my TV on region 2, and the other discs like the European's made by World of Brass work fine on my computer. Don't hold me to it if you order one and it doesn't work though.............

    Regards

    Julian
     
  9. DublinBass

    DublinBass Supporting Member

    I think they haven't been that readily available...otherwise that would defeat the purpose of being regionalised, no?

    The newer DVD players may be multiregional though as I have been able to play a few brass band DVDs from the UK on them.
     
  10. EIBB_Ray

    EIBB_Ray Member

    From a consumer point of view, I think most North American consumers aren't even aware that there are different formats, they buy their DVD players at Best Buy, Circuit City or Wal-Mart and their DVDs at the mass outlets as well, so everything works without question, until they start to order from elsewhere in the world. I'm guessing the cheapest of the cheap DVD players are all region 1.... So, it's not really a conscious decision at all for probably 99% of North Americans (or at least US.)
     
  11. KMJ Recordings

    KMJ Recordings Supporting Member

    Believe it or not, a lot of the cheaper DVD players are multiregion by default - it actually costs money to make them region specific ;)
     
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  13. John Brooks

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    I've never seen a multi-region DVD player in either Canada or the U.S. I can play both formats on my computer but not on our good DVD player.

    Interestingly enough, I bought a very cheap DVD player (from Future Shop) a couple of years ago and while it is not multi-region it also plays dvd's in the PAL format. The only problem is I can't leave it hooked up 'cause my wife likes the multi-deck feature on the good one :(
     

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