Economies in the brass world

PeterBale

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Staff member
Rolf Harris: A boy had a toy

Elton John: Goodbye, Yellow Brick

The Beatles: Yellow Dinghy

Boney M: By the River of Bradford
 

Straightmute

Active Member
Some more BB classics:

Labour and Lunch

Life Devoid

Moorside Sofa

Journey into Frodsham

and from the SA repertoire:

My Strength, My Bungalow

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bigmamabadger

Active Member
All That Easy Listening
Packeta Mini-Smarties
Onward Christian Home Guard
Ty Goch
Barnard Caravan
Entry of The Gladioli
Coot Lake
Those Magnificent Men on Their Bicycles
London Canal
 
Dave Payn said:
Bach: Sheep May Safely Blaze (credit to Peter Schickele - alias PDQ Bach for that one)

...and for this one:

Copland...err...PDQ Bach: Fanfare for the Common Cold

This thread is reminiscent of Victor Borge's "Inflationary Language" which, for the purposes of this thread, might be revised to "Deflationary Language."

To wit:

Two Coins in the Fountain

S'Zero-derful (Gershwin)

Isaiah 39 (Robert Redhead)

Trisnine Encounters (Ellerby)

...etc.
 

mikelyons

Supporting Member
This one's for Wiganers:
Eric Coates - The Rose Bridge March
R. Vaughan Williams - A Duckpond Symphony
R. Strauss - A Toblerone Symphony
 

mikelyons

Supporting Member
Ha'penny Lane - The Beatles
Ferry 'cross the Dougie - Freddy and the Dreamers
Bridlington - Queen
West Side Paragraph - Bernstein
 

cornetgirl

Active Member
Handel's Shower Music
March from Shostakovich's Jazz Piece
Dance Sniffle (Dance Fever)
Somewhere under the Rainbow
Rusalka's Whistle at the Torch
Half Day Closing (Open All Hours)
Lil Part-time Lover
I Was Mildly Pleased (I Was Glad - subtle plug!!!)
I will follow him (providing he gives me the bus fare)
Skye Canoe Song
Oh I Do Like To Be Beside The Sand Pit


Rach x
 

mikelyons

Supporting Member
The A person

The Not-so-great escape

Paganini Variation

Variation on Carnival de Manchester

There is a green twig just down there

The 6th of Maybe

Man of Harle(ch)m
 

PeterBale

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Staff member
Gilbert & Sullivan: I'm not waiting any longer, or Bunthorne's Maid of Honour

Gilbert & Sullivan: A wandering chocolate drop

Mussorgsky: Graffito on the wall

Bernstein: An episode from "In the village"

George Hespe: A musketeer

Howarth: Roman Candle
 

Dave Payn

Active Member
Jim Parker: A Londoner in New Malden
Philip Sparke: Between Brazil and Mexico
Joseph Horovitz: Tap Dance for Band
John Ireland: Alternative Comedy Overture
Denis Wright: The S*ite Rider
William Rimmer: The Cassock
William Rimmer: Balsawood
Geo. Allan: Simon Templar
JP Sousa: Hands Across the Stream

Anderson & Ulvaeus: Draughts
Mozart: Eine Kleine Nachtmuzak
Barber: Adagio for String
Saint-Saens: (from Carnival of the Animal); The Duck
William Walton: Touch Her Soft Lips and Fart
 

PeterBale

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Prokofiev: Peter & the dachshund

Nellie the Tapir

Graham: Windows of the Lounge

Simpson: Lethargy :shock:
 

ted

Member
All of the following by Philip Wilby
Leo
...Goose Dropping
Show and Tell (Symphony for Double Brass)
Lowry Doodles

Ted
 

Dave Payn

Active Member
ted said:
All of the following by Philip Wilby
Leo
...Goose Dropping
Show and Tell (Symphony for Double Brass)
Lowry Doodles

Ted

Shouldn't that be Philip 'Won't'by?.... :lol:
 

cornetgirl

Active Member
Another Peter Graham classic, Essence of Egg Timer

Blackpool Pleasure Beach (English Heritage)

Bohemian Minuet

Puddles (the new Oceans)

Rach x
 

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