Full Results from Gateshead

Adjudicators: Quality of Performance: Paul Cosh (A) and Stephen Bulla
(B)

Programme Content: Mike Kilroy


Entertainment and Presentation: Jo Wheeler

 

 

Music A

Music B

Content

E&P

 

Draw

 

Pos.

Pts.

Pos.

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Pts.

Pen.

Total

Pos.

9

Cory

3

54

1

60

3

36

4

34

0.0

184

1

2

Tredegar

1

60

5

48

4

34

1

40

0.0

182

2

5

Foden’s

4

51

8

39

2

38

2

38

0.0

166

3

6

Grimethorpe Colliery

5

48

2

57

5

32

7

28

0.0

165

4

10

Brighouse and Rastrick

2

57

10

33

1

40

9

24

0.0

154

5

7

Leyland

7

42

7

42

10

22

3

36

0.0

142

6

4

Virtuosi GUS

6

45

9

36

7

28

5

32

0.0

141

7

11

Carlton Main Frickley Colliery

10

33

4

51

9

24

8

26

0.0

134

8

8

Whitburn

9

36

6

45

6

30

10

22

0.0

133

9

1

Flowers

8

39

11

30

8

26

6

30

0.0

125

10

3

Fairey

11

30

3

54

11

20

11

20

0.0

124

11

 

The Dougie Grieve Trophy, in association with The Musician’s Union for the Youngest Player: Romana Hallstead, Leyland Band, Age 16

The Louis and Colin Johnson Memorial Trophy for the Best Percussion Section: Tredegar Town

The John Fletcher Trophy, donated by James Gourlay, for the Best Bass Section: Brighouse and Rastrick

The Don Lusher Trophy for the Best Trombone: Chris Thomas, Cory

The Thomas Bulmer Memorial Trophy for the Best Euphonium: Michael Dodd, Grimethorpe Colliery

The North of England Regional Committee Trophy for the Best Horn or Baritone: Lesley Poole, Foden’s

The Fesa Trophy for the Best Flugel Horn: Chris Bradley, Whitburn

The Harry Mortimer Trophy for the Best Principal Cornet: Kirsty Abbotts, Carlton Main Frickley Colliery

The Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council Trophy for the Best Soprano: Kevin Crockford, Grimethorpe Colliery

The Geoffrey Whitham Trophy, plus £200, for the Best Soloist: Kirsty Abbotts, Carlton Main Frickley Colliery

The World of Brass Trophy for the Best Performance of an Own-choice March: She Loves You, Leyland Band

The Cyril Beere Memorial Trophy, plus £500, for the Best New Composition or Arrangement:

The World of Sound Trophy, plus £500, for the Best Performance in Entertainment and Presentation: Tredegar Town

The R. Smith and Company Trophy, plus £500, for the Band Placed Highest for Programme Content: Brighouse and Rastrick

The Banks Group Trophy, plus £1,000, for the Band Placed Highest for Quality of Performance: Cory

 

 

On separate panel

What the competing bands played at Brass in Concert

Flowers

Ride (Samuel Hazo arr. Jonathan Bates); Memory from Cats (Andrew Lloyd-Webber arr. Alan Catheral – soprano cornet soloist: Paul Richards); Concertino Catalonia (Jonathan Bates); Family Portraits from Lowry Sketchbook (Philip Wilby); One Small Step (Andrew Duncan).

Tredegar Town

Open Sesame! (Stephen Roberts); Heat of the Day (Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays arr. Jacob Vilhelm Larsen); A Time for Us (Larsen); Kapanista (Andy Baker – percussion soloist: Gavin Pritchard); Finale from Symphony No. 5 (Charles-Marie Widor arr. Philip Sparke); Can’t Nobody Do Me Like Jesus (trad. arr. Larsen).

Fairey

Introduction to Act III, Lohengrin (Wagner arr. Denis Wright); España (Chabrier arr. Ceri John); Oh My beloved Father (Puccini arr. Gordon Langford – cornet soloist: Paul Hughes); Dance of the Tumblers (Rimsky-Korsakov arr. Derek Ashmore); Songs of the Morning – mvt II: Prayer (Eric Ball); Flight to Neverland (John Williams arr. Richard Rock).

Virtuosi GUS

Mambo from West Side Story (Leonard Bernstein arr. Eric Crees); Waltz from Act III, Macbeth (Verdi arr. Jonathan Bates); So in Love from Kiss Me Kate (Cole Porter arr. Andrew Wainwright); Lament from Macbeth (Peter Meechan – flugel horn soloist: Thomas Fountain); Montagues and Capulets from Romeo and Juliet (Prokofiev arr. Paul Archibald); Greensleeves (attr. Henry VIII arr. J.D. Shaw).

Foden’s

Chorale and Variation: St. Matthew Passion (Bach arr. Allan Withington); A Whiter Shade of Pale (Fisher, Brooker and Reid arr. Robin Dewhurst – tenor horn soloist: Lesley Poole); Fantasia on Moto Perpetuo in D Minor (Ottokar Novacek arr. Jacob Villhelm Larson); Movement no. 33: St. Matthew Passion (Bach arr. Allan Withington); Can’t Nobody Do Me Like Jesus (Andrae Crouch arr. Jacob Villhelm Larsen); The Battle Hymn of the Republic (William Steffe arr. John Williams and Robin Dewhurst).

Grimethorpe Colliery

When Thunder Calls (Paul Lovatt-Cooper); Los Hermanos de Bop (Mark Taylor arr. Sandy Smith); Carnival de Venice (Harry James arr. Roger Webster and Mark Freeh – cornet soloist: Roger Webster); Ako Tonbo (Kosaka Yamada/Takeo Yamamoto – euphonium duet: Michael Dodd and Philippe Schwartz); Florentiner March (Julius Fucik arr. Dan Price); Homage to Adolphe Sax (Jan Van Der Roost).

Leyland

Because Lady Madonna Got Back (Lennon and McCartney arr. Gary Westwood); When I’m 64 (Lennon and McCartney arr. Alan Fernie); Something (George Harrison arr. Westwood – cornet soloist: Ian Culross); She Loves You (Lennon and McCartney arr. Wilkinson); While My Guitar Gently Weeps (George Harrison arr. Fernie); The Best of The Beatles (Lennon and McCartney arr. Cole).

Whitburn

The Death of Tybalt from Romeo and Juliet (Prokofiev arr. Andrew Duncan); All the Things You Are (Jerome Kern arr. Ward Swingle, transc. Philip Littlemore); Lament from Macbeth (Peter Meechan – flugel horn soloist: Chris Bradley); Gee, Officer Krupke from West Side Story (Leonard Bernstein arr. Simon Kerwin); Symphonic Dances from West Side Story (Leonard Bernstein arr. Eric Crees).

Cory

Climb Every Mountain (Rogers and Hammerstein arr. Philip Harper); Mambo Caliente (Arturo Sandoval arr. Sandy Smith); From the Hillside (Alan Fernie); The Londonderry Air (arr. John Iveson – trombone soloist: Chris Thomas); Finale from Piano Concerto No. 3 (Rachmaninov arr. Harper).

Brighouse and Rastrick

Ocean 1: The North Sea – Erik Bllodaxe in hi Drakkar; Ocean 2: The Mediterranean – Ballet of the Star Fish (trombone soloist: Ryan Watkins); Ocean 3: The Indian Sea – Karma Naand; Ocean 4: The Dead Sea – A Prayer for the Departed; Ocean 5: The Atlantic – Batucada Barracuda (all arranged by Martin Winter).

Carlton Main Frickley Colliery

Colonel Bogey (Kenneth J. Alford); Papa, Can You Hear Me? (Michel Legrand arr. Leigh Baker – cornet soloist: Kirsty Abbotts); The Good, the Bad and the Frickley (Enio Morricone arr. Ray Farr (disrupted by Leigh Baker)); The Mansions of the Lord (Nick Glennie-Smith); Over the Rainbow (Harold Arlen arr. Tom Davoren).