Spennymoor results

The Spennymoor Results are available now on the new web-site for The Brass Herald. The magazine for the Brass Musician.

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well done grimey.. what a surprise result eh
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Aidan
YBS | BrassNeck Quintet | boc

It was a suprise for some, I think a lot of people had Sellers and Leyland ahead of grimethorpe, and not just the Sellers and Leyland camps. :eek:)
Mind you, the JAG did well again, way to go JAG.
 

Sellers_Bird

Active Member
I would like to say thank you to everyone whose played today at Brass in Concert... I have had an absolutely EXCELLENT day and everyone should get an award!!! All the bands were great :D and I can't wait for next year!!!! :D
 

Naomi McFadyen

New Member
Well done Grimey :)


and for those who cant be bothered to click on the link... the top 5 were:

Grimethorpe
Sellers
Ever Ready
JAG Mount Charles
Leyland


:wink:
 

Moy

Active Member
Well done to all but especially Grimethorpe and our web designer Mark Arnold - percussionist.
 

geordiecolin

Active Member
Full Results:

1. Grimethorpe Colliery UK Coal – Garry Cutt – 196pts (music) + 56 (entertainment) = 252 points
2. Sellers International – Phillip McCann – 194pts + 57pts = 251 points
3. Ever Ready – Ray Farr – 192pts + 58pts = 250 points
4. JAG Mount Charles – Russell Gray – 189pts + 53pts = 242 points
5. Leyland – Steve Sykes – 188pts + 53.5pts = 241.5 points
6. Flowers – Philip Harper - 186pts + 54pts = 240 points
7. Scottish Co-op – Nicholas Childs - 184pts + 55.5pts = 239.5 points
8. Kirkintilloch – Craig Anderson - 190pts + 49pts = 239 points
9. Carlton Main Frickley – William Rushworth - 182pts + 50pts = 232 points
10. Yorkshire Imperial Urquhart – David Evans - 180pts + 51.5pts = 231.5 points
11. Ransome – Steve Bastable - 178pts + 48pts = 226 points


The individual awards were won by the following:

Winning Conductor: Garry Cutt - Grimethorpe

Best Soloist: Alexandra Kerwin – Scottish Co-op

Best Principal Cornet: Kirsty Abbotts – Carlton Main Frickley

Best Soprano: Steve Stuart – Kirkintilloch

Best Euphonium: Billy Millar – Leyland

Best Percussion: JAG Mount Charles

Best March: Sellers International – “The Waltonian”

Best Entertainment: Ever Ready (58 points out of 60)

Best Quality Music: Grimethorpe (196 points out of 200)

Neatest Score: Flowers

Best Composition: Philip Harper – Flowers

Youngest Player: Kate Eggleshaw – 14 years old, Carlton Main

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Well Done all who competed. Not that i was there to hear mind.
 
Congrats to Grimey and Sellers.

Unfortunately, I had to get to Huddersfield to pick up my kids from my mum's so again just played and left.

Bit disappointed with our result but as I didn't hear anyone apart from ourselves I couldn't possibly comment.

Does anyone have an opinion about yesterday's playing? Fair result?

Thanks
 

Darth_Tuba

Active Member
The full programmes for everyone are usually in the bandsman for next week. Leyland's programme was:
Marche Lorraine
My Ain Folk
Caravan
Hornpipe Humouresque
Bees a Buzzin'
"The Little Russian"
 

Darth_Tuba

Active Member
Congrats to Grimey and Garry Cutt. We were a bit disappointed with our result, but at least Bill Millar picked up best euph, proving he's still class :D
 

deave

Member
sellers played

marching to glory
scarlet ribbons
waltonian
images for brass
old south patrol
an american trilogy
 
Scottish Co-op played

Olympic Fanfare & Theme
Gethsemane (sop solo new arr. Ray Farr)
Gee, Officer Krupke
March - Goldcrest
Chicago
Highland Cathedral (featuring bagpipes)
 

asteria

Member
I played with Imps and we did -

Blaze Away
Dick Turpin's Ride to York (Trombone solo - Nick Hudson)
Sweet and Low
Spinning Song (Xylophone solo - Andrea ?)
Baba Yaga
Great Gates of Kiev
 

Mrs Fruity

Member
Ever Ready played:
Sabre Dance (Khachaturian arr. Farr)
Somewhere over the Rainbow (flugel solo - arr. Farr)
A short ride in a fast machine (Adams - arr Farr)
A Greig aria which translates as "I love you" (won't embarrass myself by trying to spell it!) (arr. Farr)
Post Horn Pandemonium (new - arr Farr)
EDU from Enigma Variations (Elgar - arr Ball)
- all highly enjoyable!!

Can I just say I particularly liked Scottish Co-op's programme, especially Highland Cathedral, Gethsemene and Officer Krupke.
 

PC

New Member
Kirkie played

Overture Tommy (from the Who)
Gee officer Krupke
Quendale Bay
Me and my Shadow
One Day I'll Fly away Sop solo ( Steven Stuart)
Finale Independence Day

Had a good day just wish they would give us a crit for the entertainment side of the gig? or even give us criteria which the entertainment judges are looking for!!!!! :?
 
JAG played;
Red Morning Star
Bucinis
Domen. Flugel Solo Tim Whitehead
Ejala
Scherzo without Instruents. (and trousers!)
Unisons
Bucinis Ending.

Well done all who played, another brilliant day at Spenymoor.
 

Ginge

Member
Well done Grimethorpe!
A very well played concert. Not the most entertaining of programmes but nevertheless it had class throughout.

I have to say i was a bit shocked with Scottish Co-op's result. I personally put them in the top 3! I enjoyed their programme very much. Entertaining and well played i thought.

Also, well done Alex Kerwin!!! Great solo. I had no idea you were that good when you were dancing next to me in 'Kongalela' last year! :lol:

I was quite pleased with our result, it would have been hard to beat our 3rd from last year so 4th was quite pleasing.

A very good day in all. Well done to everyone that played.

JAG Mount Charles's programme:
Red Morning Star
Bucimis
Domen (flugal solo)
Ejala
Scherzo without intstruments (percussion feature)
Unisons
Bucimis ending
 
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