The band that money couldn't buy....

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Dave Payn, Jun 29, 2004.

  1. Dave Payn

    Dave Payn Active Member

    or.....

    The International Session Orchestra
    CONDUCTORS
    N. Cleerbeet (Netherlands)
    Don Follomi (Italy)
    Harry Zupp (Hungary)
    Phil de Puls (S. Africa)
    Juan Smorfromditop (Spain)
    Clarice Mudd (New Zealand)


    LEADER
    Mark Ittin (England)


    CO-LEADER
    Lee de Snark (Belgium)


    1ST VIOLINS
    Lucy String (USA)
    Wanda B Asoloist (Scotland)
    Con Sordino (Italy)
    Won Kee Brij (S. Korea)
    Scott Anulcer (England)
    Polly Fonnik (Germany)
    Chuck McGiggin (Canada)
    Addy Nuff (Nigeria)


    2ND VIOLINS
    Peggy Snakkud (Finland)
    Rachid Pageturn (Morocco)
    Constance Cratching (Zimbabwe)
    Dorian Mode (Greece)
    Gladys E Zee (Kenya)
    Bo Drong (Sweden)
    Lottie Fakin (Australia)


    VIOLAS
    Sheikh Jurin Solo (Oman)
    Rab Ishplayer (Scotland)
    Avna Cloo (Egypt)
    Frank Lee Crapp (Belgium)
    Al Ovadashop (Sicily)
    Noah Diratal (Israel)


    CELLOS
    Y Dopen (Austria)
    Beryl Ovett (S Africa)
    Lou Spike (USA)
    Mustapha C Garr (Lebanon)


    DOUBLE BASSES
    Pete Ziccato (Italy)
    Arfur Tree (Wood Green)


    FLUTES
    Sue Percy (Wales)
    Phoebe Forplease (England)


    PICCOLO
    Carrie Zinderpocket (Hungary)


    OBOE
    Izzy Sharpe (Israel)
    Peer Sin Din (Hong Kong)


    COR ANGLAIS
    Diane Duck (Aylesbury)


    CLARINETS
    Justin Chune (Luxembourg)
    Tony Zorfal (Switzerland)


    BASS CLARINET
    Norman E Notes (Australia)


    BASSOONS
    Aaron Spittle (Israel)
    Lee Kin Kee (N Korea)


    CONTRA BASSOON
    Adam Innim (S Africa)


    FRENCH HORNS
    Eammon Miss (Eire)
    Dennis Lippin (New Zealand)
    Morag Siddentles (Scotland)
    Andy Splittit (England)
    Miles O'Tubin (Ireland)
    Dicky Pitcher (Canada)


    TRUMPETS
    Willy Maykit (Scotland)
    Terry Tout (Tooting)
    Lips O'Gonegen (Ireland)
    Val Voyle (Wales)
    Russ T Bell (USA)


    TENOR TROMBONES
    Bengt Slide (Norway)
    Gunther Fahrt (Germany)
    Oliver Guinness (Ireland)


    BASS TROMBONE
    Peter Owt (USA)


    TUBA
    Norma Spuff (Australia)


    PERCUSSION
    Tim Parny (England)
    Cy Drum (USA)
    Edna Book (Scotland)
    Mr. Solly Trecrash (Israel)
    Wayne C N Tervul (Canada)


    HARP
    Angeline de Band (Switzerland)


    CELESTE
    Yolanda Plumjob (Bolivia)


    HARPSICHORD
    Olive Inthepast (Wales)


    ORGAN
    Paula de Stops (Brazil)


    CLASSICAL GUITAR
    Segovia Carpet (Spain)


    ALTO SAXES
    Bjorn Secksee (Sweden)
    Kenny Read (Scotland)


    TENOR SAXES
    Gordon E Speed (USA)
    Leighton Pist (Wales)


    BARITONE SAX
    Mannheim Stoned (Outer Bahrain)


    PIANO
    Phil Allgaps (Florida Keys)


    DX7
    Tex A Wayjobs (USA)


    GUITAR
    Ron Chords (England)


    BASS GUITAR
    Ian Gee (Scotland)


    DRUMS
    Owen Transport (Wales)


    BANJO
    Wendy Saints (New Orleans)


    MOUTH ORGAN
    R Monniker (Germany)


    BAGPIPES
    Terry Bullracket (Scotland)


    SOPRANOS
    Barbie Hynde (USA)
    Evelyn Tensions (Virgin Islands)
    Mimi Mee (France)
    Gloria Stitz (Austria)
    Jemima Lott (England)
    Sheila Blige (Australia)


    ALTOS
    Dawn Chorus (Wales)
    Emma Vailable (Luxembourg)
    May Cuporlova (Czech Republic)
    Vi Larmpits (Bournemouth)
    Helda Breff (Denmark)
    Eve N Bosom (Switzerland)


    TENORS
    R Sole (USA)
    Maximilian Aveek (Germany)
    Walter Plonker (Canada)
    Stan Duppenpose (Austria)
    Hugh Jeego (S Africa)


    BASSES
    Omar Throat (Egypt)
    Roger Anything (New Zealand)
    Joe Kovavoyz (Poland)


    COUNTER TENOR
    Aladdin Dragg (Turkey)


    SPECIALIST ADVISORS
    GREEK MUSIC
    Baz Ooki (Crete)


    SPANISH MUSIC
    Oonagh Paloma (Majorca)


    ORIENTAL MUSIC
    Tin Klin Pots (Vietnam)


    INDIAN MUSIC
    Getupta Singh (Bangladesh)


    CHURCH MUSIC
    Gregor E N Chant (Russia)


    EARLY MUSIC
    A Nonnynonny (Wales)


    MEDIEVAL MUSIC
    Amanda Lynne (England)


    AVANT GARDE
    Otto Sh*te (Germany)


    JAZZ
    Doug Datcrazybeatkatz (USA)


    COMPOSER-IN-RESIDENCE
    Nick Stunes (Ireland)


    ARRANGER
    Les Makitardfrohm (Finland)


    COPYIST
    E Legiblescore (France)


    LIBRARIAN
    Miss N Parts (England)


    MUSICIAN'S UNION REP
    Ken I C Yukkard (Scotland)


    FIXER
    R U Verken (Belgium)


    AGENT
    Owen Money (Wales)


    CONTRACTOR
    Manny Zinderpost (Israel)


    MANAGER
    Robin Gitt (Mayfair)


    ELECTRICIANS
    Mal Function (Eire)
    Sir Kit Breaker (England)


    SOUND TECHNICIANS
    Mike Ruffone (Canada)
    Jack Plug (England)


    RECORDING ENGINEERS
    Stu di Olite (Italy)
    Mort Rebble (USA)
    Ed Phones (Wales)


    BROADCASTING ENGINEERS
    N Terference (France)
    Ray de Owaves (Portugal)


    WARDROBE
    Miss Inga Cufflink (Norway)
    D J Smucky (Jersey)


    PORTERS
    Manuel Labor (Spain)
    Rex Instruments (Scotland)


    CLOAKROOM
    Mahatma Coht (India)


    MATRON
    Betty Pukes (England)


    CHAPLAIN
    Rev L Ayshuns (Christchurch)


    TOUR ORGANISERS
    Kathy Pacific (Hawaii)
    Dan Eyre (Ireland)


    ROADIES
    Hertz van Rental (Netherlands)
    Herr E Layabout (Germany)
    Duncan Disorderly (Australia)


    COACH DRIVER
    Dino di Way (Sicily)


    SECURITY
    Oi Yu (China)
    Hans Orff (Austria)
    Laura Norder (Belgium)


    CATERING
    Chris P Bacon (Denmark)
    Roland Butter (New Zealand)
    Donna Kebab (Grease)
     
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  3. neiltwist

    neiltwist Active Member

    :?:
     
  4. Dave Payn

    Dave Payn Active Member

    I guess USA brass trombonists have a reputation for 'dying' on notes! Nit picker!
     
  5. Okiedokie of Oz

    Okiedokie of Oz Active Member

    to Peeter Out is an expression referring to exhaustion, wearing down etc. So for the bass trom to "Peter Owt" basically implies he's outta puff!!!
     
  6. Dave Payn

    Dave Payn Active Member

    Shall we have a week's seminar on this? ;-)
     
  7. neiltwist

    neiltwist Active Member

    I know what the term refers to, but I've never been out of puff on any orchestral piece before! (although I've not played a particularly large amount, and it's probably because I can play at half the volume in an orchestra!)
     
  8. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Read as "I can play twice as loud as the orchestra" :wink:

    One you forgot, Dave, was the Vocal coach for the semi-chorus: Emma Driggle (England)
     
  9. betty boo

    betty boo New Member

    orchestral stuff!!

    how can any brass payer in right frame of mind choose any stoopit musical term s a pricr to study"!!!??
     
  10. mikelyons

    mikelyons Supporting Member

    Re: orchestral stuff!!

    Who said Dave was in his right frame of mind? As he's a recidivist long model cornet player, we have to express doubts about whether there really is a mind in there. :)

    Oh, BTW Dave, couldn't you write Otto Scheidt to get around the beep problem?

    The Indian one works better as Gerupta Singh.
     
  11. Dave Payn

    Dave Payn Active Member

    Re: orchestral stuff!!

    I wasn't studying it that intently to really care whether it should be Greupta or Getupta! ;-)

    In any case, I'd just like to know what a 'pricr' is....
     
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  13. mikelyons

    mikelyons Supporting Member

    Re: orchestral stuff!!

    Prior? Maybe?

    We, on the other hand, hang on your every word :terrier
     
  14. Dave Payn

    Dave Payn Active Member

    Re: orchestral stuff!!

    Clearly........ :eek: :wink:
     
  15. Naomi McFadyen

    Naomi McFadyen New Member

    Where's Ben Dover?

    :lol:
     
  16. Dave Payn

    Dave Payn Active Member

  17. Naomi McFadyen

    Naomi McFadyen New Member

    :D smashing :lol:
    Glad he hasnt been left out

    ;-)
     
  18. trombelle

    trombelle Member

    i hate to admit this but i was about half way through reading the original post and was thinking 'i don't recognise any of these people' until it clicked.

    :oops: :oops: :oops:
     
  19. mikelyons

    mikelyons Supporting Member

    I can vouch for the truth of this as I have the very same CD. And good it is too. I especially like "Tomorrow the Fox will come to Town" with the instrumental sections/ritornelli? Fabulous :bounce
     

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