On Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 June, Fairey Band recorded eight works by Robert Redhead for a CD for the Clarence Adoo Trust. It will be released before the end of November and the track list is:
A Fanfare of Praise
I will follow Thee
Tenore (guest soloist Owen Farr, tenor horn)
'Melodies from the Great Composers' is the new release in aid of the Clarence Adoo Trust featuring the recently crowned Scottish Open Champion Band, Co-operative Funeralcare, plus guest soloists Steve Stewart (trumpet), Dávur Juul Magnussen (trombone) and Owen Farr (tenor horn)
Fundraisers for the Clarence Adoo Trust are delighted to announce that Melodies from the Great Composers will be the next recording undertaken in aid of this worthy cause.
The recording will be a collection of classical transcriptions and arrangements published by The Salvation Army and...
I have nothing specific to add on Thatcher other than I saw poll last night (from 2010) asking who the best and worst post war prime minster has been and something like 80% of of the vote was for her, be it as best or worst. Talk about a split down the middle!
I am not a Tory (I really find it...
So Zone One players don't get £500 each for the area? How disappointing to learn that they're not a bunch of mercenarys, hell-bent on bleeding the movement dry with their wicked non-heartfelt, Eric Ball-less playing ;)
It's the assumption from some that judges are bothered about knowing which band is on stage that annoys me. I have only had one or two experiences judging 'blind' and I could honestly say the furthest thing from my mind was wondering which band is on stage. It just wasn't of interest, you just...
If you want something a little different to the straight forward hymn tune arrangement then you can adapt William Himes version of it. Thundersley did it recently for a Remembrance service and it worked nicely.
WOB profit goes to The Salvation Army's work. Kapitol (who are nothing to do with The SA, WOB simply buy the recording rights) are a private commercial organisation.
Not defending anyone's corner here, just thought it was important to make the distinction.
Well, you said 'let it go', encouraging people not to discuss it, which if they did, the thread would be closed effectively, even if it wasn't actually locked. Unless actually you meant 'carry on, but discuss it in a less articulate manner'.......