Does anyone one know of a recording of Eric Ball's "Call of the Sea" overture? I've searched in all the usual places, to no avail. Surely someone, at some time will have recorded it.
I have tried everywhere, it must be on an old LP somewhere but I haven't found one yet!sudcornet said:Does anyone one know of a recording of Eric Ball's "Call of the Sea" overture? I've searched in all the usual places, to no avail. Surely someone, at some time will have recorded it.
Dyke have recorded an all Eric Ball CD on the Doyen label (DOY CD147) and it is due to be released on Saturday 6th September at the Great Northern Brass Arts Festival at Bridgewater Hall in Manchester.Toby said:I think Dyke have just recorded it, but I don't know when it will be released.
Obviously not errors, or errors not spotted last time? It always surprises me how often you pick up a copy which has probably been played very many times and find mistakes that are not marked. Whether players in the past have played the right thing without marking the copy or just not realised anything as amiss we shall never know. :wink:SammyT said:Well after a long and tiring band room tidy up last night and sorting out of 50+ year old cupboard of music we found the bands original copy of call of the sea!!!! :? :? :shock: :shock:
Some of the errors we thought are on the originals so obviously not errors!! Apart from number 17 still being in the wrong place for solo cornets!!!!