scaba Spring Contest 2014

Discussion in 'The Adjudicators' Comments' started by Accidental, Apr 27, 2014.

  1. Accidental

    Accidental Supporting Member

    scaba's annual Spring Contest was held today at the Hawth Theatre in Crawley.
    Adjudicator Paul Cosh.

    Full results:

    Youth Section
    1. Shanklin Town Youth, Malcolm Lewis
    2. Patcham Silver Youth, Sandra Davies

    Hymn Tune: Shanklin
    March: Shanklin

    Best Instrumentalist: Alex Warner, Cornet, Shanklin
    Conductor's Prize: Malcolm Lewis, Shanklin

    Third Section
    1. Brighton & Hove City Brass, Matthew Hackett
    2. Pangbourne & District Silver, Stewart Lewins
    3. Patcham Silver, James Benka-Coker
    4. Cobham Band, Glen Hayter

    Hymn Tune: Brighton & Hove
    March: Pangbourne

    Best Instrumentalist: Richard Powell, Cornet, Pangbourne
    Best Horn Section: Brighton & Hove
    Best Solo Cornet Section: Patcham
    Conductor's Prize: Matthew Hackett, Brighton & Hove

    Second Section
    1. Cranbrook Town Band, Ian Lanceley
    2. Uckfield Concert Brass, Nick Morris
    3. Godalming Band, James Haigh
    4. Shanklin Town, Malcolm Lewis

    Hymn Tune: Uckfield
    March: Cranbrook

    Best Instrumentalist: David Newsome, Euphonium, Cranbrook
    Best Trombone Section: Uckfield
    Conductor's Prize: Ian Lanceley, Cranbrook

    First Section
    1. Tilbury Band, Andrew Austin
    2. Horsham Borough Band, Andrew Kershaw
    3. Fairlop Brass, Kevin Jordan

    Hymn Tune: Fairlop
    March: Tilbury

    Best Horn Section: Tilbury
    Best Bass Section: Tilbury
    Best Tenor Trombone: Greg White, Tilbury
    Best Bass Trombone: Barry Chaplin, Tilbury
    Conductor's Prize: Andrew Austin, Tilbury

    Congratulations to the prize winners and big thanks to all bands for an enjoyable day of music making :clap:
  2. Pauli Walnuts

    Pauli Walnuts Moderator Staff Member

    Thanks to all at Scaba - and I thought also some wise words from Paul Cosh too - particularly his comment on the area test piece cd's - spot on!
  3. markh

    markh Member

    Alex - how was stewarding with a hangover?
  4. Bungle

    Bungle Member

    Cranbrook played the hymn Nottingham, the march Centaur and 'Portrait of a city' by Phillip Sparke as the test piece. Another gem by Mr Sparke.
  5. Accidental

    Accidental Supporting Member

    lol Mark, its fair to say Joan and I were a bit weary, but the bands were all very cooperative!
  6. Anglo Music Press

    Anglo Music Press Active Member


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