Hi everybody, I'm playing in Brassage Brass Band, a french brass band (yeah it does exist) and we're going to compete at this year national french championship (it does exist two) in november. We have to play a test piece, a piece that we choose in a restricted list and a own choice one. Last year we've played Variations on Laudate Dominum for our restricted choice but this year we don't know which piece to choose because we don't know any of them (in fact we know one : Oregon but we've already played this and I guess it's what you call a cheesy piece). So I have selected all the pieces from the composer I know but it still let me with a huge choice. I think you guys can help me to reduce the choice by telling me if you have already played or heard some of them. Here is the list : Célébration (Eric Ball) Little ballet suite (Eric Ball) Scottish festival overture (Eric Ball) Sunset rhapsody (Eric Ball) Brass miniatures (James Curnow) Prelude and celebration (James Curnow) Adventures in brass (Ray Farr) Labour and love (Percy Fletcher) Tantallon (Glenesk) An Essex overture (Gordon Jacob) Second suite for brassband (Gordon Jacob) Coriolanus (Cyrill Jenkins) Victory (Cyrill Jenkins) Three Haworth impressions (Gordon Langford) North west passage (Roy Newsome) Bel air (Goff Richards) Doyen (Goff Richards) Rock music (Goff Richards) King Lear (Drake Rimmer) Othello (Drake Rimmer) Fragments for brass band (Trevor Sharpe) A celtic suite (Philip Sparke) A malvern suite (Philip Sparke) A Tameside overture (Philip Sparke) Fanfare, romance & finale (Philip Sparke) Thanks for your help.