Easingwold March Contest Results

Discussion in 'The Adjudicators' Comments' started by P. Sanderson, Jun 28, 2003.

  1. P. Sanderson

    P. Sanderson Member

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    A great evening was had by all.
    That is the comment heard most often after the contest (even though some bands had not returned trophies).
    tMP.com Brass got the evening off to a great start, (thnks Sud for organising everything). Do you want to come again next year?
    Here are the results.
    March on the stage
    1st. Horden BHK (UK) Ltd J W Beddell 192
    2nd Marsden Silver Alan Widdup 191
    3rd Old Silkstone Norman Law 190
    4th Gateshead Brass 189
    Best Basses on the Stage Horden BHK (UK) Ltd
    Sectional Awards
    Best Second Section band Old Silkstone
    Best Third Section Wansbeck Ashington
    Best Fourth Section Gawthorpe Brass
    Music Adjudicator David Horsfield

    Deportment Contest
    1st Kirkbymoorside Town 66
    2nd Holme Silver 68
    3rd Stape Silver 67
    4th Wansbeck Ashington 66
    Best Trombones on the march Westoe (S.T.H.G.T.) Band
    Deportment Adjudicator Sergeant Major M. E. Topping

    Overall winner (agregate of both sets of marks) ... Kirkbymoorside Town

    P. Sanderson
    Contest Controller (Acting)
     
  2. jfenwick

    jfenwick Member

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    I went down and listened to a few bands. I heard the mouthpiece band and thought you sounded really good.
     
  3. sudcornet

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    Well done tMP Brass. Thanks to all concerned for making organising it easy and a pleasure. Apart from the odd last minute glitch (Well done the two Craigs for bravely stepping into the breeches and Stewart, the baritrombist.) everything went to plan. Here are the remarks from adjudicator David Horsfield:-

    "Secure opening with tight ensemble. Tasteful cornet soloist and the tempo flows quite well. Rather frantic at times in tutti cornets. Again cornet plays with style and the march is quite musical. Only the occasional blemish, but nothing too serious. Good balance between basses and trombones. Rather loose towards the final section before D.C. Impressive here, better than first time around. A difficult march played at a good tempo; this march needs a slightly steadier tempo than the other marches. Only an occasional tuning lapse detracts.
    Thank You,
    D.W. Horsfield.

    For ten minutes rehearsal, that has got to be a good effort.
    Well done everybody. We have been officially invited back next year, don't all volunteer now, but keep the last weekend in June free.
    Sud.
     
  4. P. Sanderson

    P. Sanderson Member

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    EASINGWOLD RESULTS

    :oops: Sorry but 3AM is not a good time for reading results sheets.
    Kirkbymoorside deportment marks should be 71 not 66 :oops:
     
  5. neiltwist

    neiltwist Active Member

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    Oh I will!
     
  6. jfenwick

    jfenwick Member

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    shame I didn't get to play with yous. even though you sounded great.

    I think that Mr. Thorne did an excellent job in the boom titty boom section.
     
  7. Roger Thorne

    Roger Thorne Active Member

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    I've always said a band is only as good as the bass drum player. :?

    :wink:
     
  8. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

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    But surely, if the bass drum player's doing his job properly, you can't hear the band anyway :wink: :wink: :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
  9. geordiecolin

    geordiecolin Active Member

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    I often say that too

    :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
  10. Wonky_Baton

    Wonky_Baton Active Member

    I had a great day. Played 3 times tMP, Pride Valley and a very late reserve for Ashington Band on second trombone, sight reading castell coch. They did get best 3rd section band although i am not sure how many 3rd section bands there were? :lol:

    Great day out and roll on the next march contest :)
     
  11. CRat63

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    Phew. Got away without any duff Euphonium comments then!

    Craig
     
  12. sudcornet

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    Can I apply for the next saddo prize? (Bored at work) The complete results from Easingwold. (Tie break = Contest March results)

    1. Kirkbymoorside Town 256

    2. Marsden 254

    3.Holme Silver 254

    4. BHK Horden 252

    5. Old Silkstone 251

    6. Nestle Rowntree 250

    7. Wakefield Met. 250

    8. Wansbeck Ashington 246

    9. Gateshead Brass 245

    10. Ferryhill 241

    11. Spennymoor 241

    12. Slaithwaite 240

    13. Gawthorpe Brass 239

    14. Stape Silver 239

    15. Pride Valley 237

    16. Westoe (STHCT) 231

    And...just to back up my saddo application....using combined placings (a la Masters) and same tie break.

    1. Marsden
    2. Holme Silver
    3. Kirkbymoorside
    4. BHK Horden
    5. Old Silkstone
    6. Wakefield Met.
    7. Nestle Rowntree
    8. Wansbeck Ashington
    9. Stape Silver
    10. Gateshead Brass
    11. Spennymoor
    12. Slaithwaite
    13. Ferryhill
    14. Gawthorpe
    15. Pride Valley
    16. Westoe (STHCT)

    I rest my case,

    Sud.
     
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