Pieces due for a comeback

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  1. bigcol

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    Just wondered if anyone thinks can think of some pieces that we all used to play but don't anymore that should make a comeback?

    Mine?

    Girl with the Flaxen Hair.

    Fantastic!
     
  2. TheMusicMan

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    Col - My list of "Bring em back's"....

    Concert Item: Jubilee Overture (Sparke)

    Overture: ...how about the cracking overture... "Die Felsenmhulle" not sure of the spelling but is't also know as 'Mill on the Cliff' - fabulous overture.

    Test Piece: ... and my fav test piece of all time... Vinter's Spectrum

    Solo Item:
    Ct=Zelda, Euph - Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair

    John
     
  3. dyl

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    Hootenanny! ;)
     
  4. bigcol

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    You're not a drummer are you? ;-)
     
  5. dave jake

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    Nabuscon er Nabuscondonser or something like that, usually known as Nabusco it s ace 8) 8)
     
  6. satchmo shaz

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    what about light cavelry or magic flute, or we did our own arrangement of hawaii 5 0, but I've put it back in the library now! hootenanny always goes down well despite it being a bit old hat and corny. 12th st rag deserves an airing every now and then. oohh I could go on and on !! the list is endless :)
     
  7. sparkling_quavers

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    noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

    :shock: :shock:
     
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    Ah, Nabucodonosor. Love that one too....


    This probably will end up merging with the "Cheesy Music" thread, but I'd like to see back in the concert programme:

    Amparito Roca
    Way Out West
    Life on Mars

    And in the contest department... Scheherazade.
     
  9. Owen

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    Amparito Roca takes me back to my early days of banding with Hadstock Village Silver Band on the Cambs/Essex border. All those village fetes!

    Other music from that era due a re-run must surely include

    Bouquet de Paris
    All those musical selections! My Fair Lady et al
    Spread a little Happiness

    Enough nostalgia - I have to get to band!

    All the best

    Owen
     
  10. dyl

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    You did see the :wink: didn't you?
     
  11. sparkling_quavers

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    Yeah well, I have to admit Hootenanny was fun at the time!

    Amparito Roca...another :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
    We had a summer of playing that first at every concert when I was a kid. I used to hate it coz I split the G's every time! One time I played the loudest and nicest top-C I have ever played in my life (yes definately the best as they still sound crap now!) at the beginning of the piece :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops:

    The pieces I would like to see back (occassionally that is) are Amazing Grace, Cornet Carillion and Rhapsody in Brass. For a Test Piece it has to be Suite Gothique :D
     
  12. dyl

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    We've recently dusted the cobwebs off Scheherazade and Suite Gothique for a couple of run-throughs in rehearsals - both excellent pieces. The last movement of Suite Gothic is total class imo.
     
  13. sparkling_quavers

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    yeah...i really like the 2nd mvt as well...infact the whole piece is nice :D Another test piece which was really nice but has probably been put in the closet is Narina Suite. It was used in the 3rd section regionals 3/4 years ago and it was just complete class!

    8) 8) 8)
     
  14. Fishsta

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    Narnia suite? Was that actually based on C S Lewis's books?
     
  15. :? 'Amparito Roca?' I remember that as

    'On The Beach At Roker!!!!!'

    :wink: :wink: :twisted:
     
  16. LU-Brasser

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    It is written "Die Felsenm├╝hle"
     
  17. rutty

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    How's about dusting off a few yellowing copies of the odd Rimmer piece. How's about "Caliph of Baghdad" - kinda topical...

    Or Autumn Leaves? er, not Rimmer but I like it 8)
     
  18. dyl

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    4BarsRest give their opinion on test-pieces due for a revival here
     
  19. bigcol

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    Caliph is cool - remember that back row cornet part:

    dugger dug dug dug dug dug

    Lush!!
     
  20. hornblower

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    we have been doing the caliph, and I think it is great after the horn solo is seen to...I wasn't very good at it!!!

    :oops:
     
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