Playlist for Brass In Concert DVD

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  1. HUDDSBASSBONE

    HUDDSBASSBONE Member

    Does anyone know what the playlist is on the DVD of the the 2006 Brass In Concert CHampionships? Its a 3 CD box so there should be more on than the 2005 one (which only had 2CD's) but I can't find a playlist anywhere.

    Any help gratefully recieved - don't want to fork out the money if the best pieces weren't put on it!
     
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  3. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    The latest Worldofbrass update said that they have included all of the Saturday night concert, with Grimethorpe and Brass Band of Central Florida, as well the whole of Brighouse's winning set from the Sunday, but it didn't give any more details.
     
  4. SoloBaritone

    SoloBaritone Member

    I bet this one hasn't got my Gran on all the way through! I hope it's got Pirates on, I loved playing that.
     
  5. jim

    jim Member

    Im intrested to know to I was going to order it as little something to watch over the easter period but have decided to wait. I hope it has Phil Harpers arrangment of 'Fat bottomed girls'.
     
  6. Di

    Di Active Member

    It'll be available from Amazon as from 10th April, at only £23.99. I bet they'll put a listing up as soon as they have it in stock. :)
     
  7. HUDDSBASSBONE

    HUDDSBASSBONE Member

    It would be nice but I suspect that it'll be the solo, Chicken Run and We Were Soldiers. Not that I mind that, but I think the beginning of Pirates was a bit too close to Mr Renton's introduction for it to have been cut out. Shame really, as I think that Pirates was certainly one of the three best pieces we did that day. And it shows James' computer skills off well! Just goes to show, he's not just a pretty face or potential solo horn player!
     
  8. SoloBaritone

    SoloBaritone Member

    What a guy! Who wants to be solo horn when he can be part of the traingle?!
     
  9. SoloBaritone

    SoloBaritone Member

    Or triangle even!
     
  10. jim

    jim Member

    Sound like an auzzie!!
     
  11. HUDDSBASSBONE

    HUDDSBASSBONE Member

    He can probably play upside down....
     
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  13. weez

    weez Member

    Sorry this is off the topic but Jayne, please explain the 'triangle'.. does this include you and two other men in your band by any chance?? ;-)
     
  14. SoloBaritone

    SoloBaritone Member

    Yeah! Me, our 1st horn Dave Root and our 2nd horn James Parkinson. It goes back to the 2005 Open when we played Montage and the euphs and bari's were sat behind the horns. We all kept playing an entry well loud and it was meant to be pp so Phillip McCann called us the 'flamin triangle'! It's stuck ever since.
     
  15. deave

    deave Member

    Can I make a boc-entry!
    I think you'll find it was in 2004 jean, when the triange first appeared.

    Also, as a result, this is why david root always uses a giant piece of foam whilst playing quietly.... the foam is triangle shaped and covers the bell of 1st/2nd horn and 2nd bari... narrowly avoiding the first baritone bell.
     
  16. SoloBaritone

    SoloBaritone Member

    Ha ha! Sorry Davey, king boc Mark also confirms it was 2004, what was I thinking. The first baritone bell needs foam stuffed down it, anyone who has had the pleasure of sitting next to Steve will understand! Don't insult the foam though, Jmz gets well angry about it! x
     
  17. brasscrest

    brasscrest Active Member

    I think that the "triangle" discussion in this thread has run its course . . . let's get back to the topic, please!
     
  18. SoloBaritone

    SoloBaritone Member

    Yes Sir because there are so many people contributing to this thread. So, Brass in Concert DVD, all very exciting. My Gran can't wait.
     
  19. HUDDSBASSBONE

    HUDDSBASSBONE Member

    Bit annoyed about this but just found out that other half ordered DVD just under 2 weeks ago and rang up to enquire where it was, only to be told it isn't being released for about another 2 weeks. Think thats a bit rubbish to have our money taken off us but not get anything for ages - so we won't know what the playlist is for ages yet! Also, don't think 'Pirates' will be on it - something to do with copyright rules & regs...?

    Anyway, original question been answered so thread can be closed if you want, Mods...
     
  20. WorldofBrass.com

    WorldofBrass.com Active Member

    Not quite correct. The stock should have been delivered to our warehouse before now but has been delayed. We're expecting the delivery any day soon at which point all the back orders will be sent out.
     
  21. Di

    Di Active Member

    Has it? I've searched the thread (twice, just to make sure ;) ) and cannot see a play list anywhere. If you know what the details are, can you please share them? :biggrin:
     
  22. WorldofBrass.com

    WorldofBrass.com Active Member

    Here's the track list, sorry for the delay.

    DVD1
    World of Brass in Concert

    Grimethorpe Colliery Band
    1. Valero (Jim Swearington arr. Sandy Smith)
    2. Overture to The Bartered Bride (Bedrich Smetana arr. Derek Broadbent)
    3. Concert Etude (Alexander Goedicke arr. William Broughton)
    Soloist: Roger Webster (Cornet)
    4. Slava (Leonard Bernstein arr. Luc Vertommen)
    5. Pie Jesu (Andrew Lloyd Webber arr. Sandy Smith)
    Soloists: Kevin Crockford (Soprano Cornet) and Ian Shires (Flugel Horn)
    6. The Cuckoo (Elgar Howarth arr. Sandy Smith)
    Soloist: Shaun Crowther (Eb Bass)
    7. Song of the Volga Boatmen (Mily Alexeyevich Balakirev arr. Tyzik)
    8. Flight of The Comedians (arr. Pritchard)
    Soloist: Gavin Pritchard (Xylophone)
    9. The Pines of the Appian Way (Ottorino Respighi arr. Howard Snell)

    Brass Band of Central Florida
    10. Fanfare for the Common Man (Aaron Copland arr. Howard Snell, adpt. Michael Garasi)
    11. Scherzo for Trombone and Band (James Cheyne)
    Soloist: Herb Bruce (Trombone)
    12. The Prayer (Carol Bayer Sager & David Frost arr. Michael Garasi)
    13. Sing Sang Sung (Gordon Goodwin arr. Mizell)
    14. Beauty and the Beast (Alan Menken arr. Michael Garasi)
    15. Funiculi Funicula Rhapsody (Luigi Denza arr. Goto adpt. Michael Garasi)

    DVD2
    Brass in Concert Championship 2006

    PolySteel Band
    1. Fat Bottomed Girls (Brian May arr. Philip Harper)
    2. The Water of Tyne (Traditional Folksong arr. Philip Harper)

    Reg Vardy Band
    3. On My Own (Claude-Michel Schonberg arr. Ray Farr)
    Vocal Soloist: Natalie Farr
    4. King of Heaven - Finale (Kenneth Downie)

    Foden’s Richardson Band
    5. Valero (Jim Swearington arr. Sandy Smith)
    6. Bobby Shaftoe (Traditional Folksong arr. North)

    Brighouse & Rastrick Band
    7. Where Eagles Sing (Paul Lovatt-Cooper)
    8. Elegy (Leigh Baker)
    9. Green Hornet (Billy May arr. Alan Morrison)
    Soloist: Alan Morrison (Trumpet)
    10. New Colonial (Robert Browne Hall)
    11. Bare Necessities (Terry Gilkyson arr. Baker)
    Soloist: Dave Hebb (Eb Bass)
    12. Russian Christmas Music (Alfred Reed)

    Mount Charles Band
    13. Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair (Stephen Foster arr. Howarth)
    14. Armenian Sabre Dance (Gomidas Vertabed arr. Howard Lorriman)

    The Fairey Band
    15. Fanfare for the Common Man (Aaron Copland arr. Leith)
    16. You Are the Sunshine of My Life (Stevie Wonder arr. Richards)
    17. Impossible Dream (Joe Darion & Mitch Leigh arr. Smith)
    Soloist: Morgan Griffiths (Euphonium)

    DVD3
    Brass in Concert Championship 2006

    Scottish Co-op Band
    1. Rince Eireannach (Jan Sorensen)
    2. My Sister Kate (Armand Piron arr. Allen)

    Brass Band of Central Florida
    3. Bolero (Maurice Ravel arr. Michael Garasi)
    4. Birdland (Joe Zawinul arr. Lane & Sharp)
    5. ‘Tis a Gift (Joseph Bracket arr. Michael Garasi)
    6. Rolling Thunder (Henry Fillmore arr. Robertson)
    7. Malaga (Bill Hollman arr. Michael Garasi)

    Leyland Band
    8. La Napolitaine (Oscar Bohme arr. Westwood)
    Soloist: Lesley Howie (Tenor Horn)
    9. Autumn Leaves (Joseph Kosma arr. Alan Catherall)
    Soloist: Runar Varnes (Trombone)

    Grimethorpe Colliery Band
    10. A Musical Toast (Leonard Bernstein arr. Luc Vertommen)
    11. Those Endearing Young Charms (Simone Mantia arr. Hunsberger & Maldomado)
    Soloist: Michael Dodd (Euphonium)
    12. Entry of the Gods Into Valhalla (Richard Wagner arr. Howard Snell)

    Whitburn Band
    13. Dance Zeibekikos (Philip Wilby)
    Soloist: Richard Kidd (Euphonium)
    14. Finale from Swan Lake (Petr Tchaikovsky arr. Andrew Duncan)

    Sellers International Band
    15. Here’s to the Heroes (John Barry arr. Paul Drury)
    Soloist: Iain Culross (Cornet)
    16. Pirates of the Caribbean - The Curse of the Black Pearl (Klaus Badelt arr. Paul Drury)
     

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