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    Spirits of Puccini- Pallhuber.
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    Solo BBb Bass- 2013 European Youth Brass Band

    Cheers, all the best.
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    Black Box Recorder - The Facts Of Life. It is Aural sex.
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    Boelmann: Suite Gothique; Franck: Prelude, Fugue and Variations, Op.18; Choral No.3; Lefebure-Wely: Andante, "choer de oix Humane; Vierne: Carillon de Westmister; Alain: Litanies, Op.79; Prelude et Fugue sur le nomme Alain, Op.7;Widor: Symphony No.9, 'Gothique'; Symphony no.5, Toccata. Christian von Blohn, organ.

    Concerti for Orchestrra by Bartok and Lutoslawski. Cleveland Orchestra/Christoph von Dohnanyi.

    Tavener: Choral music. Polyphony, Stephen Layton.

    'In Classical Mood'. Nigel Ogden(Cavaille-Coll organ of Manchester Town Hall).
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    In Classical Mood - Nigel Ogden - Cavaille Coll organ of Manchester town hall.
    Widoriade - Herman Van Vliet - Cavaille Coll organ of St Ouen, Rouen.
    Organ Concertos by Wesley Handel Stanley and Arne - Gerard Brooks/Langham Sinfonia.
    Lemmens/Lefebure Wely - Patrice Caire - organ of St Pierre de St. Chamond
    The Flower Of All Virginity - Music from the Eton Choirbook - Harry Christophers/The Sixteen
    The Sixteen at Sixteen - Harry Christophers/The Sixteen
    Bolero - Canadian Brass

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    Be Faithful - Fatman Scoop.
    "When life hands you lemons, demand tequila and salt!" ;)

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    Smells Like Teen Spirit- Nirvana

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    Louis Vierne: Complete Symphoniesfor Organ.Jeremy Filsell.

    (I tell you there's some great music here just itching to be arranged for brass band!!)
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    Sorry to resurrect an old thread, but today I thought it was relevant.

    Today I am listening to a lot of music featuring Derek Watkins.

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    Gareth J. Green
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    "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result." [Attr. Albert Einstein (1879-1955)]
    ... which, logically, must make conducting a form of insanity.

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    CJG, toom right too resurrect this thread. LOong beem neglected! Indeed a great trumpet player. I saw him on YouTube play a stonking performance of macArthur Park with The james Last Orchestra! DW RIP

    Playing some orchestral music by that light music genius of a composer Ronald binge, with the Slovak RSO(Bratislave), conducted by the late great Ernest Tomlinson.
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    Mahler sym no 10 (revised version-Cooke)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ringa View Post
    Mahler sym no 10 (revised version-Cooke)
    Whose version?
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    I, too, have spent an hour or two listening to Derek Watkins. RIP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brassbandmaestro View Post
    Whose version?
    Rattle city of Birmingham
    1st horn
    The Felling Band

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    Yes a verey good one too!

    Been listening to recentlyBrahms: Symphonies Nos 3(Berliner PO); 4(Royal PO);
    Smetana: The Bartered Bride - suite(Royal PO);
    Richard Strauss: Don Quixote(Paul Torelier, cello, Berliner PO)
    Tod und Verklarung; Salome - Dance of the Seven Veils;(Staatskapelle Dresden)
    Conducted by Rudolf Kempe.
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    The Genius of Cavaille-Coll - dvd/cd boxed set from Fugue State Films. Just awesome !

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