any results from Bugle yet?

Naomi McFadyen

New Member
I left before the results were read out I'm afraid...

Iain (aka bassinthebathroom) will defo have them though...

Hope u enjoyed ur gig with Saltash Youth this afternoon ;-)
 

AJSOP

Member
Youth Section

Narnia Suite

1st - St Dennis (184)

Best Player - Colin Whitford (bass trom)
Best Cornet - Andrew Julian Soprano


Fourth Section

A Circus Suite

1st - Newquay Town (179)
2nd - Hatherleigh Silver (178)
3rd - Porthleven Town (176)

Best Player - Solo Horn (newquay)


Third Section

Hymn (Treskerby)

1st - St Pinnock (184)
2nd- Pendennis Brass (182)
3rd - Camborne B (181)

Test (Lydian Pictures)

1st - St Pinnock (185)
2nd- Pendennis Brass (184)
3rd - Camborne B (183)

Best Player - Andrew Rice (Bass Trom) St Pinnock


Second Section

Test (The Aeronauts)

1st - Hayle Town (189)
2nd - Bugle Silver (187)

Hymn (Amazing Grace)

1st - Hayle Town (188)
2nd - Bugle Silver (187)

Best Player - Solo Cornet (Hayle)

First Section

Test (The Plantaganets)

1st - St Keverne (190)
2nd - Lanner & District Silver (189)
3rd - Helston Town (188)
4th - St Dennis (187)

March (Brilliant)

1st - Lanner & District Silver (191)
2nd - St Keverne (190)
3rd - Excelsior Ferwert (189)

Best Player - Claire Retallack (solo horn) St Keverne


Championship Section

Test Piece (The Essence Of Time)

1st - Camborne Town (196)
2nd - St Austell Town (193)

Hymn (Praise My Soul)

1st - Camborne Town (194)
2nd - St Austell Town (193)

Best Player - Chris Leonard (solo cornet) Camborne


Special Awards

Best Soprano - Jeremy Squibb (Camborne)
Best Solo Cnt - Chris Leonard (Camborne)
Best Euphonium - Robert Jose (Camborne)
Best Solo Horn - Graham Barker (Camborne)
Best Set of Basses - (Camborne)

Deportment

1st - Hayle (92)
2nd - Excelsior Ferwert
 

bassinthebathroom

Active Member
Good god, AJ's more of a BOC than me....
Just to fill in a few blanks....
Newquay's Solo Horn is Christine Roach, and Hayle's Solo Cornet is James Burns.

Also Excelsior Ferwert had 89 marks in the deportment class. Nice to see another clean sweep of Specials for Camborne :lol:

Out-BOCed?!?! I THINK NOT!!!! :wink:
 

Naomi McFadyen

New Member
Well done to the winners!
Very fair results, I agree with the majority of them... Newquay played a stormer in fourth section!!; very well deserved 2nd placing for Lanner in first section, sounded outstanding! Definatly had best march!

I thought that Excelsior Ferwert where very strong competitors, but had far too many slips, which, as you can tell, cost them points for the test piece... they had the best marchdown in my eyes... good on them for taking part!

;-)
 

MoominDave

Well-Known Member
Nice to see Bass Trombonists getting some recognition!

Will definitely manage to persuade Kidlington down there one of these years...
 

Liz Courts

Active Member
:D Well done to all the winners!! Especially Lanner for the march - great result and well deserved!! And an excellent result for Pendennis (finally!! :wink: ) - very very VERY well deserved!! :D :D :D

It was also nice to hear "A Circus Suite" again - I played that ages ago on rep in the youth band (when we had one!)…great to see that Redruth band are back too!!! :D :D :D

Overall, a great day, with some very pleasing results! :D
 

Naomi McFadyen

New Member
Kayleigh said:
Yeh but the Bass trombonist from the youth section is the borrowed bass member who is in his 30's!

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:



(...I thought the band played Narnia Suite very well...
I just hope you get some more competition next year in the youth section!)
 

sugarandspice

Active Member
such a good day!!!

Well Done to Everyone!!! :D :D :D Especially Lanner and St Keverne, thought you both played really well and deserved your results.

The band are delighted with our result, couldn't have wished for anything better :D :D :D :D

Hope everyone else enjoyed the day as much as i did :D :D :D

(ps thankyou liz! :D :D )
 

Liz Courts

Active Member
sugarandspice said:
(ps thankyou liz! :D :D )

You're welcome!! :D

Naruco said:
(...I thought the band played Narnia Suite very well...
I just hope you get some more competition next year in the youth section!)

:? I'm sure I've played Narnia Suite before...I recognise the name, but didn't really remember it when I was listening...probably because St Dennis played it too well...! :roll: :D
 

Naomi McFadyen

New Member
well there was the Narnia books which I'm sure you would have come across at some point in Primary School ... then they made the 'films' or TV series on the BBC in the early 90s (those were the days!) I think it was, which I believe you can get the box set on Video... i have it somewhere...

'Narnia Suite' uses the music from each of the 'films' that were made... and very well arranged too.


;-)
 

sugarandspice

Active Member
Naruco said:
well there was the Narnia books which I'm sure you would have come across at some point in Primary School ... then they made the 'films' or TV series on the BBC in the early 90s (those were the days!) I think it was, which I believe you can get the box set on Video... i have it somewhere...

'Narnia Suite' uses the music from each of the 'films' that were made... and very well arranged too.


;-)

I've played it at an area contest before, i'm sure of it-but i juyst cant remember when and witch section it was for :? any ideas?
 

sugarandspice

Active Member
Naruco said:
Regionals 2000
not sure on the section

3rd section-good old results archive on 4barsrest!
Pendennis brass 16th out of 16- believe that was the year we were demoted! :cry:

obvisoulsy had "repressed" that memory-hence not being able to remember it now-good old freudian psychology!! learnt something this year!
 

sugarandspice

Active Member
i know who came 1st,2nd and third but what were the results for the entire 1st section?

oh and i thought the dutch band did really well :D
 

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