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True, with 1 remark: the forum rules of tMP also apply to PMs. So if you feel that someone has sent you an offensive PM, you should complain about it to the Mods, not publically on the forums.
yep, I believe the Belgian rules allow for more than 25 players, but I don't know the exact number.
Many bands play with 5 basses, 4 trombones, or some additional cornets.
There was a little bit of...
Buizingen, own choice:
Noord-Limburg, own choice:
Willebroek, own choice:
Here are some of the movies made at last December's Belgian National Brass Band Championships:
Willebroek, set piece:
The championships took place in Heist-op-den-Berg for the first time.
The set piece for the championship section was Ellectra by Martin Ellerby
The adjudicators were John Doyle, Philip Sparke and...
Without kit,I wouldn't have gotten to know so many nice people accross the Channel (and also some less nice ones ;-) )
As peter said, I play in a Belgian "fanfare band" (some prefer to call it "fanfare orchestra"). Peter and Philip already explained it quite well.
Just some things to add. The instrumentation and...
That tweet is obviously incorrect, as demonstrated earlier in this thread by a memebr of the band
What's there left to discuss? The journalistic merits of believing everything you read on twitter?...
case closed :-)
welcome to the Mouthpiece!
hello people, please keep the discussion civil and on topic.
personal discusions can be held by personal messages, e-mail or other social media (or even in a bar)
Were you trying to make a new thread?
To prevent misuse, every user is allowed only two threads per month in the classifieds section, if I remember correctly.
Could that be the reason?
or how about John Williams conducting Olympic Fanfare and Theme in 1984?
(the sound quality of the clip isn't very good)
Vlamo, the Flemish amateur music association, has announced the set pieces for this year's Belgian Nationals,which will be held in Leuven in the first weekend of December:
I can't find any mentions about it on http://www.ebbc2012.nl/ or http://www.4barsrest.com/ , so I seriously doubt it.
I mostly agree, but personally there's nothing I can do about this. I'm only a 'moderator'...
I hope that was an attempt at humour, 'cause you couldn't be further from the truth...
There used to be more Belgians who visited this forum on a regular basis, but recently, I haven't seen much...
Not really, I suppose it's mostly facebook nowadays...
I've posted the link to the map in the "Belgian Brass Band Book" group on facebook ( http://www.facebook.com/groups/154267921343635/ )
Maybe you'll get some useful responses there.
The Belgian forum is as close to dead as possible. Traffic has been almost zero for a couple of years.
it's a conference for tuba and euphonium players.
nothing to do with the EBBC whatsoever.