Richard & Judy !

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Janet Watkins, Nov 26, 2003.

  1. Janet Watkins

    Janet Watkins Member

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    Anyone else see Richard and Judy this evening.

    Their first item was about the initiative by Youth Music and Classic FM (see http://www.thesoundstation.org.uk/Endangered_Species/index.html)
    to get young people playing large brass instruments.

    David Childs was there, but couldn't play because of a recent hernia op.
    There was a Euph player called Amy/Aimee :!: :?: :!: :?: :!: :?: along with a tuba player and 4? trombonists.

    There was a cringe making moment, when Richard, in his eagerness to have a go, took hold of a cornet by the mouthpiece! Yes, he was left holding the mouthpiece as the rest crashed to the floor :?

    I hope I am not the only sad person here who watches R&J :oops:

    Janet
     
  2. tubatu

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    I watched it as well :oops: :oops: .
    I thought the Trombones could have played something more lively!

    I cringed as well when I heard that tell tale clang.
     
  3. Dolly

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    Yep I saw it and nearly let out a scream when he dropped that pocket trumpet!
     
  4. drummerboy

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    i saw it too :oops: though i started watching half-way through the item!
     
  5. twigglet

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    yeah i was just on the phone to my friend and started squeeling when I realised Stephen Haynes from NYBB was on the telly (sporting a very dodgy mullet I must add!!)
     
  6. Big Twigge

    Big Twigge Active Member

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    i saw it too, which is strange as I never watch Richard and Judy
     
  7. lynchie

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    Darn missed it!! What did they play?
     
  8. SoloBaritone

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    I felt so embarrassed for Richard, what an idiot!

    It's crazy seeing your mates on telly.

    Jayne
     
  9. geordiecolin

    geordiecolin Active Member

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    Just read that classic fm endangered page, makes some interesting points:



    hmmmm

    What is a tuba then if it's not a normal instrument??!! :?

    Is this true??


    Also take a look at this!
    http://www.thesoundstation.org.uk/Endangered_Species/tubagotchi.html

    Not entirely sure as to the point of it, but mine has now got 3% ability and 3% enthusiasm!!!
     
  10. Seedhouse

    Seedhouse Active Member

    That tubagotchi things quite interesting actually! :roll: :D I've logged on, I think it's kinda cool!
    Cheers for posting the details about the endangered species thing, I might try for a grant when I go to music college.
     
  11. Steve

    Steve Active Member

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    Seems Richard & Judy are the perfect celebrities for tMP event next year then. He has been seen dropping a cornet and she gets her baps out in public. Sounds like every pub I've ever been in after the area's.
     
  12. Seedhouse

    Seedhouse Active Member

    :lol:

    Did anyone record it?
     
  13. Heather

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    Can't believe i missed it!! I usually have it on while making the tea.
    Watched it earlier in the week where they had a bit on about toys and they had a cuddly Nemo. Richard couldn't remember the name of the film and judy said 'I know, its Saving Private Nemo'!!!!!!!
     
  14. lynchie

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    They're not doing well...

    umm... how about tenor and alto, I might let them off with alto, but tenor clef is used all over the place!

    I think some horn and trumpet players might dispute that...

    Just because the contrabass sounds like a chainsaw, doesn't mean it's not a trombone! And there are at least 3 sizes of bass trombone I can think of!
     
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