Dutch Nationals 2003

gerry

Supporting Member
Championship Division(set piece Chivalry - Martin Ellerby)

1. BB De Waldsang - conductor Rieks van der Velde - 98
2. Amsterdam Brass - conductor Frank van Koten - 97
3. BB Limburg - conductor Frans Violet - 96
4. Provinciale Brass Band Groningen - conductor Siemen Hoekstra - 95
5. BB De Bazuin Oenkerk - conductor Klaas van der Woude - 94
6. BB Schoonhoven A - conductor Benny Wiame - 93
7. BB Rijnmond - conductor Erik Jansen - 92
8. Soli Brass - conductor Piet Visser - 91
9. Altena Brass - conductor Jan Gerrit Adema - 90

First Division(set piece Points - Leon Vliex)

1. BB Heman - 90
2. BB Merum - 89
3. Flevo Brass - 88
4. BB Excelsior Kloetinge - 87

Second Division (set piece Resurgam - Eric Ball)

1. BB Excelsior Ferwert - 91
2. BB Schoonhoven B - 90
3. BB De Lofklank - 89
4. BB Pro Rege - 88
5. BB Excelsior Veenwoudsterwal - 87
6. Spijkerpakken Band - 86
7. Martini BB - 80

Third Division (set piece Triple Dutch - Derek Bourgeois)

1. BB Looft den Heer Betegumermolen - 93
2. BB Constantijn Huygens - 91
3. Gereformeerde BB - 89
4. BB De Nije Bazun - 88
5. BB De Bazuin B - 87
6. BB Euphonia - 85
7. BB De Bazuin Ureterp - 84
8. BB Looft den Heer Wirdum - 83
9. BB Juliana - 81
10. BB Gloria Dei - 80

Forth Division ( The Four Noble Truths - Philip Sparke)

1. BB Apollo - 95
2. BB Bernlef - 91
3. BB Blaast de Bazuin -90
4. BB Hallelujah - 89
5. BB Crescendo - 86
6. BB 't Heideblomke - 85
 

Euph-Bari

Active Member
who were the adjudicators for the sections - because i know my teacher (geoff whitham) flew over that way this weekend to adjudicate (most probably this comp)?
 

gerry

Supporting Member
Dutch Nationals

Sorry, Geoff Whitham was not in the adjudicators-team:

Adjudicators:

Divisions 2,3 and 4: Markus Bach(Switzerland), Durk Lautenbach(Netherlands), Luc Vertommen(Belgium)

1st and Championship Division: Rob Goorhuis(Netherlands), Phillip Sparke(UK), Derek Bourgeois(UK/Spain)

Nothing wrong with these teams but I would have preferred a "true brass band giant" like mr. Whitham(there are a few more though!).

Gerry
 

Euph-Bari

Active Member
i see, can't remember were he was adjudacting, but was some were in that part of the world (or mabey not - my geography isn't too good :lol: )
 

Anglo Music Press

Well-Known Member
The contest was of a very high standard indeed. It was one of the hardest judging jobs I have EVER had to do (including the Yorkshire Area!) as all the bands could play the piece extremely well and the standard of conducting was of a very high class throughout.

Next time I judge, could some bands please play badly?????
 

Moy

Active Member
Anglo Music Press said:
The contest was of a very high standard indeed. It was one of the hardest judging jobs I have EVER had to do (including the Yorkshire Area!) as all the bands could play the piece extremely well and the standard of conducting was of a very high class throughout.

Next time I judge, could some bands please play badly?????

Sounds as if you had a good time......take it you could also see the conductors -
conducting was of a very high class
Forward thinking from the Dutch then.
Good to see/hear you back online again Mr Sparke
 

Moy

Active Member
Shame I would like to see open adjudication more.
I am sure the adjudicators could also help some conductors....especially in the lower sections.
I know when I started conducting I would have been grateful for constructive criticism.
Anyway glad you enjoyed the playing..........good bands abroad.....they are getting better and better folks.
 

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