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Naomi McFadyen
07.02.2004, 20:13
From 4BR:

1. Flowers, Philip Harper, 194
2. Aveley and Newham, Nigel Taken, 192
3. Bodmin, Major Ian McElligott, 190
4. SWT Woodfalls, Jonathan Camps, 187
5. BTM, David Stowell, 185
6. Camborne, Major Paul Murrell, 183
7. St. Austell, David Loukes, 181
8. Bournemouth Concert, Lt Col. Chris Davies, 179
9. Freckleton, Paul Dalton, 177
10. JAG Mount Charles, Major Peter Parkes, 172
11. Redbridge Brass, Melvin White, 170
12. Kidlington Concert, Catherine Underwood, 169
13. Jaguar Coventry, Dave Lea, 168
14. Hyde, Peter Wise, 166


:D well done to the winners!

Tromgod
07.02.2004, 20:50
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.........................

Very interesting results.

Well done to Bodmin on their 3rd place. A very good result, me thinks!

Naomi McFadyen
07.02.2004, 21:37
Yes that's what I thought as well- very interesting indeed

Sopmaestro
08.02.2004, 00:50
Why interesting ??????????

Ginge
08.02.2004, 09:24
Well done Flowers and Aveley! Great result for Aveley after a short break, you've come back well.

Also, well done to Bodmin!

I can't say I was very pleased with the result, but thats contesting!!!

Fat Satsuma
08.02.2004, 13:47
Can you give details of any of the programmes? Who was the adjudicator?

Have been to the Yeovil in the past and thought it was a cracking contest and very well organised.

Ginge
08.02.2004, 17:09
The adjudicator was Denis Wilby

JAG Mount Charles played :

Trumpet Blues and Cantabile
King Cotton
I know though art mine
The Children of Sanchez
Reunion and Finale (from Gettysburg)

Sopmaestro
08.02.2004, 17:59
Flowers played

Los Endos
Battle of the Planets
Euphonium Solo Shennandoa
Salsa Number 2
Titan
Hawaii 5 O

davidquinlan
08.02.2004, 21:26
Aveley Played...

Postcards from Mexico
Solitare
Tea for Two (Fantasy for Percussion)
Ejala
Irish Blessing
Finale to Tschaikowsky Symphony No 4

MoominDave
08.02.2004, 21:32
Kidlington played...

Goodness me, should be able to remember this!

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Oh, yes -

Strike up the Band
Marianne (Flugel solo)
Praise
A Gaelic Blessing
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (Bass Trom solo)
Barbarian Horde

MRSH
08.02.2004, 22:55
Barbarian Horde

What do you think of the bass trombone part in this?

Is it easily playable or is it easy to wimp out of it?

Just curious!! :?:

MRSH
08.02.2004, 22:58
Flowers played

Hawaii 5 O

Do you know whose arrangement this was?

Sopmaestro
08.02.2004, 23:19
Flowers played

Hawaii 5 O

Do you know whose arrangement this was?

Special arrangement by Philip Harper for the contest.

MRSH
08.02.2004, 23:22
Flowers played

Hawaii 5 O

Do you know whose arrangement this was?

Special arrangement by Philip Harper for the contest.


Is it published?

JessopSmythe
09.02.2004, 00:03
Barbarian Horde

What do you think of the bass trombone part in this?

Is it easily playable or is it easy to wimp out of it?

Just curious!! :?:

Had a blow through it at rehearsal last week. It's playable if you have a 3rd lung handy :shock:

Suz
09.02.2004, 10:10
BTM played

Laudes Domini
Hedwigs Theme
Hungarian Dance No. 5 (Xylophone solo)
Prayer of St Gregory (Solo cornet feature)
Fugue from Graduation day

Thanks to all the organisers for all their help and support throughout the day!!

Ginge
09.02.2004, 12:53
Where 4barsrest.com placed the bands:

1.Flowers
2.Aveley and Newham
3.BTM
4.SWT Woodfalls
5.JAG Mount Charles
6.Camborne
7.Bournemouth Concert
8.Redbridge
9.Jaguar Coventry
10. St Austell
11.Bodmin
12.Freckleton
13.Kidlington
14.Hyde

MoominDave
09.02.2004, 18:10
Barbarian Horde

What do you think of the bass trombone part in this?

Is it easily playable or is it easy to wimp out of it?

Just curious!! :?:

Hard work, but not too bad for a top section player if they have a good low register that can penetrate evenly and the room is well-ventilated.

Must admit I was on a bit of an autopilot on stage for it after drying up in the middle of my solo.

Dave

Libby
09.02.2004, 20:53
Well Done Bodmin!!!! Wasn't there sadly but heard all about it jolly good result!!!!! :D :D :D :D

Kayleigh
15.02.2004, 12:10
I listened to all apart from 2. and they were all of a high standard. Was very impressed with Bodmin. Well played guys! 8)

Kernewek Den
25.02.2004, 01:57
I listened to all apart from 2. and they were all of a high standard. Was very impressed with Bodmin. Well played guys! 8)

Good result - but how many 'full time' players were there :?:

Good luck for the areas, it's about time we had more than two bands competing for qualification :o

Kayleigh
28.02.2004, 17:47
there were only about 3 players that dont play for them. and i really do think they played well seeing as they werent doing that well. They played:
# Waltonian
#Malaguena
#Swing Low Sweet Chariot
#Trombonolgy
#For the love of a princess
#Reunion and Finale
Think thats all :? yep pretty sure! so again well done guys! :wink:

Kernewek Den
28.02.2004, 22:05
In that case an extra congratulations to them :D

The story we got was that half the band were brought in for the day!

Bring on the Areas. :guiness

Kayleigh
29.02.2004, 10:08
I agree Kernewek Den. Are you guys playing at Truro on Saturday? If your in the 1st Section we will be playing against you! (St.Dennis) Also what are you playing? Is it going well?
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Kernewek Den
01.03.2004, 09:21
We'll be there :)

Can't say what we're playing though on an open forum (not allowed) :wink:

Looking forward to it - good night out in Truro :guiness :guiness