Event Crimond

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by lynchie, Nov 22, 2003.

  1. lynchie

    lynchie Active Member

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    Just wondering if anyone could remember who had done the arrangement of Crimond we played at the Event?
     
  2. Euph-Bari

    Euph-Bari Active Member

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    was it eric ball? - or was that how great thou art?
     
  3. dyl

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    How Great Thou Art was arranged by Eric Ball, and I'm nearly 100% sure it was Peter Graham's arrangement of Crimond.

    Not sure who wrote that piece called 'The Floral Dance' though! ;)
     
  4. lynchie

    lynchie Active Member

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    That was how great thou art

    I only remember because that was when I looked at it and said "So Eric Ball eh? Is he famous?"
     
  5. Tromgod

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    If the Crimond ending was a la Resurgum it will be the Peter Graham arrangement.
     
  6. Roger Thorne

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    It was the Peter Graham arrangement.

    :wink:
     
  7. lynchie

    lynchie Active Member

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    Thanks all!
     
  8. Railybobs

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    Goff Richards arrangement of Crimond is one of the best Hymn arrangements out in my opinion if it counts for much ! ! !
     
  9. leisa

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    yeh peter grahm que the front row cornets having a 'mare at all the runs!
     
  10. neiltwist

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    and then of course there was the whole resurgam thing at the end...
     
  11. twigglet

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    oo yes we did have a bit of a mare, and i think leisa, craig and i just giggled our way through most of the runs! oops! :lol:
     
  12. cornetgirl

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    And the back row couldn't find a suitable dance for it!

    Rach x
     
  13. super_sop

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    erm excuse me ........... what do you mean most of the runs!!!!!














    All the runs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :lol:
     
  14. lynchie

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    It's ok, but I really don't like the "battlestar" trombone section in it, which is why I was pleasantly surprised by the one we played at the event!
     
  15. Keppler

    Keppler Moderator Staff Member

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    lucky I picked just that time to play my allotted quantity of right notes then..
     
  16. The Cornet King

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    Yeh guys...Leisa, Craig...what was going on down the bottom end then... :wink:

    Me and lynda didn't seem to falter all day.. :D :lol: :wink:

    I thought the front bench gave a rather memorable performance of William Tell anyway! :D
     
  17. Aidan

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    i missed out most of the final take as i had a hat pulled over my face :?

    "ok, lets have a show of hands... Crimond?"
    "Floral Dance!"
    "Slaidburn"
    "FLORAL DANCE!!!"

    haha :D now thats democracy for you, and not one hand moved! :)
     
  18. timbloke

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    its a pity someone decided to start the piece whilst the trombs were still signing their lives away, thus creating a certain "lull" in the music where we had no idea where we were.....
     
  19. Keppler

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    Memorable is one word for it. I'm sure Rog can fill in a few others..
     
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