New music for brass?

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Dave Payn, Aug 24, 2004.

  1. Dave Payn

    Dave Payn Active Member

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    Inspired by a misprint I saw on a CD cover (George Gershwin's 'It Ain't Necessarily Sop') I wonder what other song titles not originally conceived for brass could be made into 'brass' works by a swift 'misprint' or two....

    Horn Staccato (Dinicu)

    Embraceable Euph (Gershwin)

    Bass, You Is My Woman Now (Gershwin)

    Trombone Harvester (as originally performed by the Wurzels)

    Anything by Bari Manilow (Sopacabana, for instance)

    Any more?
     
  2. Dave Payn

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    Not forgetting of course that the removal of a comma produces..

    Serenade for Tenor Horn and Strings (Britten)
     
  3. Maestro

    Maestro Active Member

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    I have a CD that lists as one of the tracks a COMET solo!
     
  4. Dave Payn

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    Must be for a 'star' player then..... ;-)
     
  5. Dave Payn

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    Horn Free (John Barry)
    Notecracker Suite (Tchaikovsky)
    Bass in B Minor (Bach)
    Aranjuez Trom Amour (Rodrigo)
     
  6. PeterBale

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    You've got to pick a pocket cornet or two

    Anything for trombones by Sir Arthur Gliss

    I want to get euph on a slow boat to China :oops:

    The windchimes beneath my wings

    Gong fishing :!:
     
  7. Griffin

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    Bomb the Bass (Bomb the Bass)
    Trom Here to Eternity (Iron Maiden)
    Black (dyke) Sabbath
    Pass the Dutchie - The Musical Euph
    Wild (Besses) Boys - Duran Duran

    (and that really is scraping the barrel!)
     
  8. Dave Payn

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    Talking of which, has anyone on here ever played a pocket cornet? God, they're awful.... (or I'm awful at playing it... more likely the latter! ;-))

    Slide a Cock Horse (Stop sniggering....)

    Anything by the 'Cor'rs

    I Want To Scold Your Band (a favourite amongst conductors)
     
  9. mikelyons

    mikelyons Supporting Member

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    Timps Ain't Wot They Used To Be
     
  10. Janet Watkins

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    You could use this for playing the blues :wink:

    Janet
     
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