Hope you are well.
We have John (Hudson), your brother, Steve Wilkinson principle cornet of Brighouse.....More BIG names to come, I'll just wait until they BUY the cornet's before I put the name up!!!
See you soon
Regards - Tim
Dear ALL Cornet Players
GENEVA are making new waves with the introduction of their NEW cornets.
Why not arrange for a FREE Bandroom Visit to try these GREAT Instruments.
At present we have some of the BEST in the business playing them with more to come in the next few weeks.
Langbaurgh Brass - 1st Section
Based in North Skelton, near Guisborough
Newcastle - 1 hour away
Sunderland - 40 mins
York - 1 hour & 10 mins
Leeds - 1hour & 30 mins
Require principle cornet, exspenses will be paid
we also require front row and back row cornet players...
Langbaurgh Brass 1st Section (North East)
Based in North Skelton (North Yorkshire) require BBb Bass, Percussion and a Front Row cornet player for the area's and beyond............If you are interested in playing with one of the North East most consistant bands please contact
2002 I played it with Carlton Main at the Brass In Concert (Spennymoor).......well I say i played it was played by Jimmy Hayes(now top man with CWS (Glasgow) and the band...Great tune and he played so well, (just his style).
I think the cornet section had another...
Langbaurgh Brass (1st Section 2004)
Tutti Solo Cornet - 2nd Baritone + BBb Bass
If you are interested in joining a busy and successful band based in the North of England (near Middlesbrough + Redcar), please feel free to drop us a line.
MD Langbaurgh Brass...
My band langbaurgh Brass over the summer concerts played the following Army music
Montreal Citadel (March)
Emblem of the Army (March)
Spirit of the Army (March)
Fall Afresh (Song Arrangement)
In This quiet Momment
Reflections in Nature
I'd rather have Jesus (Cornet Solo)
Salvation Army Bands
I started playing with the Malton Salvation Army Band........left the Army for 15 years (but you NEVER leave!!!) and have now being back in uniform for 14 months and soilder at Scarborough Citadel (and Guisborough). The best thing I could of done was to go back!!
Gold or Silver
Having dealt with mouthpieces for some fifteen years I now can give some
Gold is a softer metal than silver and is more comfortable on the lip, but you will find that there is more movement (when wet), so if you can't play with a wet lip then try...