What does B.B. and C.F. stand for?

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by swisscornet, Sep 11, 2012.

  1. swisscornet

    swisscornet Member

    Hi guys,

    on listen to the band, Frank Renton referred the B.B. and C.F. march to 'British Bandsman and Conductors Forum'.

    I always thought it stands for 'British Bandsman & Contest Field'?

    Can someone enlighten me please?

    Thanks.

    Cheers
     
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  3. Accidental

    Accidental Supporting Member

    definitely "British Bandman and Contest Field" - it was composed by the magazine's editor J Ord Hume (and yep, I know I'm a geek!)

    Maybe Frank was just testing if people were actually listening..... ;)
     
  4. bestsection

    bestsection Member

    Basses are very tired and so are the cornets!
     
  5. ]Basses are very tired and so are the cornets

    Politely put! that person!
     
  6. ploughboy

    ploughboy Active Member

    Bands ******ed and the Conductors Fatigued!
     
  7. trombone-john

    trombone-john Member

    ......What's this "igued" you've added Garry?
     

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