Story time just got better with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers hand- picked children’s books every 1, 2, or 3 months — at 40% off List Price. Soprano Cornet Solo & Brass Band. Flowerdale is a forest in Wester Ross, Scotland, which is well-known for it’s beautiful waterfall. This piece, for solo soprano. Soprano Cornet Solo: Flowerdale by Phillip Sparke – Peter Roberts & The Yorkshire Building One of the best soprano cornet players there is.
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Soprano Cornet Solo Flowerdale
In the event of a tie, the band with the highest music points will be awarded the higher place. Music points are shown first – i.
Tlowerdale congratulations go to all the other winning bands, conductors and soloists. Soprano cornet player, Jackie Moore, gave a powerful and emotional performance of Flowerdale which was dedicated to the band’s former soprano player, Peter Arthurs, who sadly passed away earlier in the year.
The band achieved a third place and also won the best march prize with their performance of The Cross Of Honour. Laganvale Metal Technology Band – Conductor: The only exceptions to this are the first and last movements, which are published together with Alladale as Suite from Hymn of the Highlands.
The music played by the band was; Malaguena – Ernesto Lecuona arr. Strathcarron village is at the head of Loch Carron, near the Isle of Skye. Congratulations also go to Niamh Burgess on her debut solo performance with the band, to Alan McCarley on his percussion debut with cornef band and also to David Hawthorne who wrote and compered the introductions to today’s performance.
Eventually the bagpipe tune from the first movement returns before the presto crashes to a close. A cornet solo, Lairg Muirclose to the village of Lairg on Loch Shin and surrounded by heather moors is followed by a floweedale for flugel, horn and baritone, Alladalethe river Alladale is a tributary of the Carron, which leads out into the Dornoch Firth on the east coast which features a percussion accompaniment. A faster central section uses the opening material in a different guise but the movement ends slowly.
The entire suite comprises seven movements, all named after locations in the Scottish Highlands, and lasts about 35 mins.
Third Carrickfergus Band Solo Prize: This leads to the finale, Dundonnellnamed after a charming village at the head of Little Loch Broom which leads out to the ocean near Summer Isles which starts in martial mood but soon breaks out into a wild presto.
Two solo movements follow, Summer Isles named after a small group of islands off the north-west coast of Scotland, famous for their wildlife and Flowerdale a forest in Wester Ross with a well-known waterfall and these are followed by Strathcarrona sword dance for the whole band which alternates slow and fast tempi.
It is possible that suites of different lengths can be constructed to feature particular soloists or fit different programming constraints and to this end most of the movements are published separately.
Full results will be updated soon. Ardross Castlenamed after a small village near Ardross in Easter Ross, just north of the Cromarty Firth starts with distant calls from horn and baritone doprano the bagpipe tune is introduced. We also wish to thank our guests, Jenny Hill, William Hill and Gary Proctor for doing a sterling job for us this afternoon.
The music adjudicator was Leigh Baker The entertainment adjudicator was Meaghan Lyons The compere was William Caughey Yet another year has flown by and the final contest of the year saw the band perform a varied and entertaining programme of music under the direction of conductor, Brian Connolly.