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Straightmute
16.09.2003, 02:26
www.Dragonmusicpublishing.com is now up and running and open for business! Many thanks to Brass Penguin who has masterminded the website and to the Music Man for the new banner ad. and the opportunity to advertise it here on tMP.com

Such is the power of this forum that we received our first two orders within hours of the advertisement going live!

All the arrangements and compositions have been tried and tested on tame bands, from Youth to Championship section, and most have been prepared with special occasions or entertainments contests in mind.

Many of the pieces can be heard and viewed on the website, thanks to Scorch, and we're working flat out to get the remainder onto the website as quickly as possible, along with some new titles which have yet to surface.

Please do feel free to pay us a visit and watch out for new titles in the near future.

D

cornetgirl
18.09.2003, 18:40
All the arrangements and compositions have been tried and tested on tame bands


Hmm...not too sure that we're a tame band Mr. Mute!!

It is a nice site though - well done David and Gavin! Never heard of this D. Lancaster blokey tho... :wink:

Rach x

Straightmute
18.09.2003, 19:36
Ok I'll clarify: tame bands AND Harrogate have tested this music.

D

BassBoneShep
19.09.2003, 10:38
Yes, I can vouch for Dragon Music Publishing. Not only tried and tested on a local "Tame" band but also recorded on their CD (copies still available!!)
TTFN :roll:

ploughboy
19.09.2003, 16:47
Ordered off the site on Wednesday, Music arrived in post this morning (Fri) Great. High Quality, Easy to read,

Service as promised which is rare sometime sthese days, Looking forward to passing it out at next rehearsal!!

Cheers guys, Will be back to order again,

Good Luck!

Straightmute
20.09.2003, 17:51
Garry

Thanks for your kind comments! Keep ordering...

We've just updated the site and reconfigured the way we use Scorch - it's much easier to read now.

D

WONKYSTICKMAN
25.09.2003, 00:13
ordered Down by the Riverside,superb quality,easy to read,great to play,will be back for more

Wonkystickman,
M/D Watford band

Straightmute
06.12.2003, 01:51
We've just uploaded our arrangement of Lord of all Hopefulness by Steve Morland (aka 'Hitman' - not much seen around here these days...).

It's a lovely atmospheric arrangment of a simple tune and works equally well with or without voices.

This and so much more, at www.dragonmusicpublishing.com...

D