Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Roger Thorne, Mar 2, 2010.
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wish theyd take their mutes out
At last years Open many of the audience found it hard to stay awake, as the bar had been 'Open all hours'
That's the first band done, only another 12 to go.
The post contest speeches are met with the usual enthusiasm at the north of england regional contest
Last year, Grimstead Greaseworks Band assembled a terrific percussion section full of youth and experience just in time for 'Pentacle'. Sadly 'A Moorside Suite' is proving to be less challenging for them.
''so its 'goodnight' from me''
''and its 'goodnight' from him''
So that's why they call it the "Dirty Dozin' Brass Band"
Closed adjudication unmasked!
The choice of 4'33" by John Cage as this year's British Open testpiece wasn't proving as successful as the contest organisers hoped.
Iwan and the guys from 4BR were hard at work on another witty and interesting contest retrospective. :biggrin:
As Grandpa lets out another 'silent-but-deadly', he beings to wonder why contest audiences are dwindling!
The drugged Wether's Originals were working.....soon Grandad would be King. Muwahahahaha!!!
Snoresby Colliery hard at work , preparing for the Areazzzzzzzzzzzzz......
This was taken at pontins last year while peter roberts was giving his thoughts on the first section performances...........zzzzzzzzzzzzz.......................
Pecussion sectional on Moorside suite....
Mike Lyons lecture on 'the demise of school childrens respect for teachers' gets a rousing reception at the Wigan Pier Orange Lovers Society annual bumblebee lecture.
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