What's on your practice stand at home?

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by imthemaddude, Feb 15, 2007.

  1. imthemaddude

    imthemaddude Active Member

    I assume most people have got the area test piece on their music stand at the moment at home but what else have you got on there?

    At the moment I've also got Philip Sparke's Cornet concerto and the cornet part to Harmony Music.
     
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  3. Ipswich trom

    Ipswich trom Member

    dust !






    Oh sorry, meant Stardust.
     
  4. Veri

    Veri Member

    Arban. The Wayfarer. And Barbarian Horde from Gladiator! No time for anything else at the mo... :-(
     
  5. Andy_Euph

    Andy_Euph Active Member

    Euph parts to Jazz, Lowry Sketchbook and The Seasons, Sonata for Euph(Roper) Aubade(Sparke)....and the scores for Butterworths 3 Impressions and Ken Downies Capriccio

    Its a pretty crowded music stand....for once! :biggrin:
     
  6. tpcornet12

    tpcornet12 Member

    Arban and some music I received through the post to practice for a gig on Saturday including Finlandia, Nightingale Sang and can't remember the rest! Oh and the Area Test Piece.
     
  7. Leyfy

    Leyfy Active Member

    The sheet our MD gave out with exercises on it. How exciting!

    Plus the Wayfarer, of course.

    So far today I've played 3 scales. How dedicated am I?!
     
  8. persins

    persins Member

    Not much at the moment as it is in the process of being packed away to move to my new House!!!!!!!

    But, when it was up, Isaiah 40 and the Arban.
     
  9. ian perks

    ian perks Active Member

    so have i but the solo baritone part and my hymn tune book
     
  10. Deltabrass

    Deltabrass Member

    Earths Fury by Paul Lovatt-Cooper

    ...and oddly, a miniature cricket bat? (I'd probably get a better sound out of that!)
     
  11. gargoyle

    gargoyle Member

    At the moment its my Arban! Cant go wrong with that!!
     
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  13. Bass Trumpet

    Bass Trumpet Active Member

    Andre Lafosse Complete Method Vols 1 & 3 (2 is rubbish), Peter Gane's Circuit Training and the 1st trombone part of Bruckner's 4th Symphony, as I'm playing it in a few days' time.
     
  14. GingerMaestro

    GingerMaestro Active Member

    My Arban, Solo cornet part to Prague, Carnival and Gealforce
     
  15. The arbon! Hailstorm, Rhapsody for euphonium (played on trombone lol), The Premier and Thoughts of Love! (oh and Isaiah 40) all on one stand! The arbon really tests its strength though :p
     
  16. Kaskaey

    Kaskaey Member

    i dont have a music stand! - which is odd with my parents being music teachers. i practise with 3 stools on top of each other to make a tower and my cornet case on top of that. suprisingly sturdy. whats on there? my recital pieces,- and of course, the arban.
     
  17. Jan H

    Jan H Moderator Staff Member

    hmm, let's see... The first two are:

    my part for Stonehenge (Jan Van der Roost)
    Song and Dance (Philip Sparke)
     
  18. andreab

    andreab Member

    Lots of people are claiming to have the Arban and other music on their stands. Is this really true or is it just the nature of these forums that people can tell tall tales and get away with it?:dunno
     
  19. Will the Sec

    Will the Sec Active Member

    Two shirts, a bra, a pair of trousers, a skirt and a boob tube. Not all mine.
     
  20. GingerMaestro

    GingerMaestro Active Member


    Someone elses shirt then Will
     
  21. lol i have the seasons test piece and lip slurs on my stand. :tongue:
     
  22. Thats true!!!!!! Unless the stand collapses and it falls off. Its always on there :p Its a beasty stand mind you, cost me nearly 40 quid. Not the average! You wouldn't get all that on an ordinary stand too easily
     

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