Football Music

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by MajorMorgan, Jun 12, 2006.

  1. MajorMorgan

    MajorMorgan Member

    We've been asked to provide some warm up music for a corporate screening of the England v Sweden game next Tuesday (20th) in Shepherds Bush.

    Any suggestions as to what we might play with details of where we might get hold of it? We only need to play for 30 minutes. We have 'Amarillo' (of course) but we were wondering if there were any other arrangements of footballing tunes out there (Three Lions, Vindaloo, etc.

    Any help gratefully received.
     
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  3. MarkGillatt

    MarkGillatt Member

    The great escape has got to be in there somewhere!
     
  4. Timpking

    Timpking Member

    A couple of ideas?

    Vindaloo
    3 Lions
    You'll never Walk Alone
    Match of the day
    Don't cry for me Argentina!!

    :clap: :clap: COME ON ENGLAND:clap: :clap:
     
  5. brassneck

    brassneck Active Member

    The Best Of Abba? :oops:
     
  6. tubaloopy

    tubaloopy Member

    If you speak to Ian Haworth at Faireys they are doing the same job there on Thurs, albeit extended to include an acid set.

    I know he has sorted a lot of these items.

    Should be able to contact him through their website, not sure of address
     
  7. andywooler

    andywooler Supporting Member

    The match of the day theme has been done for band
     
  8. TheMusicMan

    TheMusicMan tMP Founder Staff Member

    Carribean Cameo...;)
     
  9. Baritonedeaf

    Baritonedeaf Member

    The World Cup March - written for 1966... i think it is Eidrich Siebert

    Great Escape theme? Dambusters? Pomp + Circumstance 1 and 4? Spitfire Prelude + Fugue?

    Used for TV football shows: Nessum Dorma? Zadok the Priest? Faures Pavane? - this years BBC theme is Scipio/Thine be the glory i think

    World in motion - perhaps there is an arrangement with a Trom playing the John Barnes Rap! (Wishful thinking!)
     
  10. dyl

    dyl Active Member

    Y Viva Espana
    Samba de Janeiro
    Don't Cry For Me Argentina

    .......and 'Show Me The Way TO GO Home' ;)
     
  11. Roger Thorne

    Roger Thorne Active Member

    Failing that 'Take me back to dear old Blighty' - from 1914 March.

    ;)
     
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  13. MajorMorgan

    MajorMorgan Member

    I'm pretty sure the reference was to Togo, rather than England's early exit from the World Cup! ;)

    Thanks for all the ideas...certainly a couple of good ones there that we hadn't thought of.
     
  14. Dave 2nd2nd Cornet

    Dave 2nd2nd Cornet Active Member

    How about "Leaving on a Jet Plane" 'cause that'll be happening if Saturday's game's owt to go by.
     
  15. Roger Thorne

    Roger Thorne Active Member

    Here's a few more! :rolleyes:


    Sol Bosa Nova
    A Bridge too Far
    Carrick Fergus
    South Lampard Street Parade
    Jenas Angelicus
    Cole Porter for Brass
    James Cook, Circumnavigator
    New Beck-ing-ham Suite

    Something by Lennon & McCartney
    or maybe a bit of cartoon music: Rooney Tunes!

    ;)
     
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  17. Bungle

    Bungle Member

    Is this a "lets get on the world cup band wagon" ;) 'cos I don't think you're going to make much money out of it.
     
  18. Jan H

    Jan H Moderator Staff Member

    Does YBS stand for "Yorkshire Brass Society" now, like it says on that website???

    anyway, good luck with tryin to get to #1...:tup
     
  19. BBBfYBS

    BBBfYBS Member

    No, it's a song we were asked if we would like to get involved in with and have some fun, isn't that what bandings about, and also if it does get some air time, isn't that good publicity for UK banding?
     
  20. Jan H

    Jan H Moderator Staff Member

    Sure!

    I wish we could have done something like that. Unfortunately our "Red Devils" didn't qualify :mad: Maybe we should get a new nickname for our national team...

    About football songs...
    the most famous football song must be "Ole, Ole, Ole, Ole (we are the champions)". I was once told that it was written by a Belgian composer. Don't know if it has been arranged for brass band (maybe you should check the Bernaerts website ;-) )
     
  21. dyl

    dyl Active Member

    L-Owen-ly Ballernina
    Theme from Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
    You'll Neville Walk Alone
    Pantheon
     
  22. MajorMorgan

    MajorMorgan Member

    You know I had a feeling this thread would head in this direction sooner or later when I started it! ;)

    Thanks for all the sensible suggestions - I think we've got a decent half hour programme pretty much sorted now.

    Come on England!
     

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