What are the worst pieces you played???

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by spookybiking, Nov 28, 2002.

  1. spookybiking

    spookybiking Member

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    i'll let you no when i have thought of one :? :cry:
     
  2. Fishsta

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    Hmmmm... that's a good one.

    I hate to be brutally honest....

    So I'll just say that it's an arrangement of a very popular hymn, spoiled by some awful chording.

    But that's just my opinion. Many people like it.
     
  3. spookybiking

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    hymn

    name of the hymn would be helpful alot of popular hymns out there 8)
     
  4. Roger Thorne

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    Worst piece

    Be careful here please Ladies and Gentlemen.

    We don't want to offend anyone by telling them that their music is the
    the worst piece in the world!
     
  5. Fishsta

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    Exactly what I was thinking.... :(

    But hey, this is all about opinion. :)
     
  6. rutty

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    Christmas Swingalong! Only because I've played it about 10,628 times 8)
     
  7. Tuba

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    Blue Rondo Alla Turk. Jeez.

    And an arrangement of Edward Grieg's "Holberg Suite". That's one way to ruin perfectly good music.

    But I have heard worse...some arrangements of popular music, for instance.
     
  8. kimmy

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    I TOTALLY DISAGREE!! Blue Rondo Alla Turk is fantastic!! i love that piece.

    My worst has to be ermmmmm: The british open test piece this year. Forgotten the name but i REALLY struggled listening to 20 bands playing that! :roll: It begins with an M lol. :!: :!: :!: :!:

    Kimmy xXx
     
  9. Heather

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    'Cavatina'.....especially when its been played 3,0000 times!
     
  10. Heather

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    Hey, my avatar's worked too!
    Merry Christmas everybody!!!!!!
     
  11. Keppler

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    "Ground Force" - I hate that tune..
     
  12. Bagpuss_007

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    The Ground Force theme tune

    I think that the Ground Force tune is really groovy.... 8)
    But I must admit, they play it all the way through the programme it does get a little bit annoying after a while :!:

    :roll:

    Love Bexc.x
     
  13. dave jake

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    FLORAL DANCE FLURAL DANCE FLORAL DANCE :wink:
     
  14. rutty

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    I agree with you Kimmy - haven't played it for years, but I reckon it's brilliant too! 8)
     
  15. spookybiking

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    Blue Rondo Alla Turk

    Good piece i hate the horn part cos it looks easy to play and it's not :(

    SORRY MY ERROR
     
  16. Fishsta

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    Are you on about a piece called "The Horn", or the instrument itself?


    edit: I noticed the subject now... :roll: Sorry....
     
  17. Tubby the Tuba

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    I think, after the regionals next year Prague (Championship Section) will be right up there at the top of everyones list.

    We played through it once just after we received the music, the vast majority of parts could be sight read and played first time.

    What a stinker, I am not looking forward to weeks rehearsing this piece, this is not one to encourage full rehearsals, fun it aint.


    RE: Earlier post, Blue rondo a la Turk is a classic, we played it at our last concert and it went down a bomb with the audience, I heard Grimethorpe
    play it at Blackpool last month and its even better to listen to than it is to play.
     
  18. UncleNorbert

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    some of the worst pieces i've played are definately....
    masquerade ... wilby
    (sh)atlantic ... wilby
    jazz ... wilby
    Salamander ... McCabe
    maunsell farts ... McCabe
    Cloudcatcher Fells ... McCabe
    Images ... McCabe
     
  19. rutty

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    You know, there's a theme in those pieces, if only I could see what it was....
     
  20. Anonymous

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    worst peices

    worst peice!!........ got to be a dodgy arrangement of birdy song and any dream will do!, both manuscript arrangements with no names so I'm not insulting anyone! they were really bad! I got rid soon as I could. :lol:
     
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