I'll name that (mobile) tune in one!

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by Boneman, Feb 13, 2003.

  1. Boneman

    Boneman Member

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    Have you programmed you mobile phone with a Brass Band classic?

    From another string it appears that quite a few of us have sad, obscure brass band ring tones - I did have the trombone solo from the start of the second movement of 'Cross Patonce' on mine

    The Conductor of our band has the 'Chicken Reel' from Hootenanny on his!

    So here's where you can confess what your phone goes off to!
     
  2. bigcol

    bigcol Member

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    Me? Ravenswood and The Acrobat.
     
  3. cornetgirl

    cornetgirl Active Member

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    For all I have a technically swish implement of communication, I can't program ringtones into my phone, just download them...and they don't download brass band classics or I'd obviously have Prague... :?

    As it is, instead I plumped for Wallace and Gromit - CHEEEEEEESE!!!! :)
     
  4. Straightmute

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    In the past I've had Year of the Dragon, Paganini, Fantasy for Band and Undaunted on my phone, but like you I no longer have a composer option. So my phone plays John Cage instead and buzzes gently...

    D
     
  5. gorgeous_bari!_player

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    when i had a mobile that had the ability to put ring tones on to :cry:. i decided 2 be patriotic to my city

    I had Portsmouth

    Well I think its quite a nice piece and Edrich Seibert arangged a piece for my band around it amazingly called Portsmouth Chimes (aka pompey chimes)
     
  6. davidsait

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    Ah.. yes.

    I'm afraid I'll have to admit to having bits from both Jazz and Year of the Dragon on my phone. I tried Riverdance once, but I can't seem to get it to work very well.

    Dave Sait.
     
  7. rutty

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    "Muppets" for me! (more CHEEEEEEESE!) 8)
     
  8. hornblower

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    I am trying to get flower of scotland to work on mine...but need to see the tune I think...anyone know of a downloadable version of the manuscript?
     
  9. daisygemma

    daisygemma Member

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    me too. Total cheese as you say!
     
  10. dave jake

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    Ive got the muppets too, think I ll change itnow it s far too common. 8)
     
  11. sparkling_quavers

    sparkling_quavers Active Member

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    I thought the question was 'have you programmed your phone with a brass band CLASSIC!?' :shock: 8)
     
  12. dave jake

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    Guess you have nt played the Muppets cos it is a classic :wink: :wink:
     
  13. sparkling_quavers

    sparkling_quavers Active Member

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    hey dave...i have played the muppets and i do like it :shock: lots of good entertainment potential....perhaps we need to define 'classic' !!
     
  14. IckleSop

    IckleSop Active Member

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    Florentina March................Took me ages to work out mind!!!
     
  15. bigcol

    bigcol Member

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    I used to have Malvern Suite and Diamond Heritage too.

    My phone used to be like a 4th section playlist!!
     
  16. picju96

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    All 4 movements of Northern Landscape
     
  17. stephen2001

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    I can imagine the 3rd movent takes a wee while to compose!
    :?
     
  18. NottinghamFlorist

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    Do you compose on your phones?. I have no compose facility on mine but I have heard that you can download free composer software off the internet and then text them to your phone. Anybody know of any such free programs?
     
  19. rutty

    rutty Active Member

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    What's wrong with the muppets????

    I only downloaded that one cos I didn't think anyone else would have it, and there's THREE of us on here with it :roll: That's it, I'm getting the theme tune to "Knight Rider". Or maybe "Rolling Thunder" 8)
     
  20. picju96

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    I copied it all off the solo cornet part - much easier!
     
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