sparkling_quavers said:We have Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter they are great !
We also have Thiller and that is cheese-mania!!!
it says the bases need to play 'funky' :shock: :?
Well I have never met a bass player who is 'funky'!
Wonky_Baton said:We do "You Can Keep Your Hat On" from the monty film :lol: which has more cheese than a cows udder. Least I did until the band burned it. Philistines!! :cry:
Roger Thorne said:I think you'll find Born Free (John Barry) was arranged by Alan Catherall and published by Wright & Round and not a product of the Bernaerts stable - Yes definitely, because the baritones and second trombone parts had more than three different notes to play and the basses had semiquavers!
I also like jurrasic park when we play it, good horn parts!!!
Please don't start the old hobby of Bernaerts-bashing. Music from this particular publisher fills a sizable gap in the repertoire of bands, and also is accessible to a different and wide audience-space. There is a lot of it, and it does the job.
If it wasn't for old Frankie B, certain "lower-section" bands would have had problems finding suitable new music, especially 5 or 6 years ago.