Most cheesy piece

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  1. 1st Position

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    Just being looking at the 'Least favourite piece' thread - we did hootenanny tonight. Just wondered what are the most cheesy arrangements?
     
  2. brassneck

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    Ooooh! That's a difficult one to decide on but Willebroek have recorded more than a few in their time .... samples can be heard here!
     
  3. agentorange

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    (e)dam busters.

    sorry.
     
  4. agentorange

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    Or that famous euph solo - BRIE My Love.

    HA!
     
  5. agentorange

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    Puttin' on the RITZ??!
     
  6. WoodenFlugel

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    (Baby) Bells Across the Meadow?

    Ahem :oops: getting back onto the original topic...I think the first post pretty much wins, but I've always thought that The Lazy Trumpeter has a resonable fondue-like whiff to it.
     
  7. notsosilentbob

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    Any Frank Bernaerts arrangement
     
  8. squirrel

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    Chanson D'Amour <shudder>
     
  9. floppymute

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    Would that be Camembernaerts?
    Or how about the Leerdammer Busters?
     
  10. Baritonedeaf

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    L'Rochefort de Ys
    Blue Roule A'la Turk?
     
  11. DaveR

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    I was horrified while on holiday last week to hear a band end their concert with Singalong No. 2. I nearly choked on the cheese fumes.
     
  12. BbBill

    BbBill Supporting Member

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    I'll second that!

    Also arrangements by Van Kroydonk or whatever his name is.
     
  13. bigcol

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    I will follow him.
     
  14. 4thmandown

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    Una Paloma Blanca - cheesier than a Stinking Bishop.
    That famous Whit Friday March Roule Away Bet.
     
  15. alks

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    Surly "Is This the Way to Amarillo" is pure cheese..

    And BTW not all of franks arrangements are cheese , give the guy some credit.

    alks
     
  16. clare_euph

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    Instant Concert....<cringe!> and of course Hootenanny!!
     
  17. 1st Position

    1st Position Member

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    Are you going to name and shame?
     
  18. 1st Position

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    Brie My Love
     
  19. Will the Sec

    Will the Sec Active Member

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    Examples?
     
  20. Sandy Smith

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    I realise that this is slightly off topic but.... with apologies to the "I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue" team how about...

    Gouda Vibrations by the Beach Boys

    Cheese Release Me

    Simon Smith and his Amazing Camembert

    Bridge Over Double Gloucester

    and perhaps some film and TV music.....

    The Guns of Mascapone

    Fromage to Eternity

    Cheeses of Nazareth

    The Hunt for Red Leicester

    and finally ( you'll be relieved to know ) anything by singing duo Peters and Dairylea
     
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