Rehearsal Plans

See posts below for music to be played at the next rehearsal:

Click here for sheet music.

Laurel has made recordings of some of the tunes as a practice aid. These can be found at https://soundcloud.com/laurel-2/sets/brigstowe-village-band

49 Responses to Rehearsal Plans

  1. brigstowevb says:

    Dear All,
    I thought I’d get in early! Here’s the list for the rehearsal on 22 November. You can join by zoom if you can’t be there in person.

    1. We will work on arrangements for (make sure you’re feeling confident with the tune / parts):
    Newcastle (O Come You Not From…)
    Captain Money’s March
    HA187

    2. We will run (make sure you’ve got the arrangement clear / ask in rehearsal if you’re stuck!):
    Washing Day
    Sweets of May (wind harmony + bass now available online)
    Captain Dyke
    Opera Hat
    Whimple Processional
    Hark Shepherds (high bass now available in treble clef online)
    Sweets of May
    Banbury Bill

    3. We will continue to get up to speed:
    Wet Weather
    Petticoat Loose

    And if there’s anything new I’ll endevour to give you more than 12 hours notice. I’m hoping for 12 days!
    Laurel

    PS Huge thanks to everyone who submitted Banbury Bill audio! I’m working on it! Extra recordings are still welcome!

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  2. brigstowevb says:

    Hi Everyone,
    Here’s the list for today’s rehearsal, 18th Oct! You can join us by zoom if you can’t make it in person, details coming by email in the morning.

    Wet Weather
    Captain Money’s March (this will be online shortly)
    HA187
    Sweets of May
    Banbury Bill
    Petticoat Loose
    Washing Day
    Sweets of May
    Newcastle (O Come You Not From…)
    Captain Dyke
    Opera Hat
    Whimple Processional
    Hark Shepherds

    See you later!
    Laurel

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  3. Laurel says:

    Hello All!
    The plan for Sunday is to have a nice time playing live all the things we’ve been working on online plus some favourites. I’m intending to bring my computer and connect to zoom so that everyone who doesn’t feel safe to come in person can join us via zoom – however this is subject to the technology working on the day! 

    Wet Weather
    Brown Velvet Waltz (BVW)
    Banbury Bill
    Washing Day
    Sweets of May
    Newcastle (O Come You Not From…)
    Captain Dyke
    Petticoat Loose

    New Rigged Ship
    Opera Hat
    Long Ashton Schottische
    Fred Pigeons Triumph
    Up In The Morning Early
    Boneparte Crossing The Rhine

    We might not get through all of that, but it gives us plenty to choose from!
    See you Sunday!
    Laurel

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  4. brigstowevb says:

    Hello Everyone!

    The plan is to make a video of a rousing BVB tune, that looks like we’re all playing together at the same time, albeit from separate locations. Banbury Bill is the chosen tune.

    This happens in 4 stages:
    1. Everyone submits an audio recording of themselves playing the Banbury Bill arrangement.
    2. Laurel mixes all the recordings together into one ‘track’.
    3. Everyone records a (jolly) video of themselves playing the ‘final mix’.
    4. Laurel compiles all the videos into one!

    If you’re happy to be involved, please record yourself (instructions, help and top tips below). If you prefer, you’re welcome to record but not be in the video and vice versa!

    1. To ensure we’re all in time, you need to play along with the ‘guide audio’.

    2. The guide audio can be downloaded or played online here:

    3. Play the guide audio through headphones, so that you can hear the guide, but on the recording you make we hear only you.

    4. A reminder of the arrangement!

    Click to access banbury-bill-arr.pdf

    Top Tips!
    *Practise through a few times with the guide track in headphones before trying to record it. (Ideally on days preceding the day you record.)

    *Please don’t play in your silences! Practise trying to finish and start phrases cleanly before and after rests.

    *Do a few recording tests to check that the sound is working ok. Press record and play a scale or 5-10 notes. Play the test recording back; if it’s too quiet, then move nearer the microphone (or computer or phone). If it’s distorted then move away from the mic.

    *Try to relax! It takes a lot of concentration to record. I usually try 3-4 attempts at most and if I can’t get it have a breather and try again later or another day.

    *It’s ok! Recording almost always sounds worse than a) you think you sound and b) it sounds live. Your part may sound exposed on it’s own, but it’ll sound brilliant once everyone’s in! Once you’ve had a few goes, send it to me even if you think it’s terrible! It’ll sound great in the mix and we need everyone to make it sound like Brigstowe.

    More detailed instructions about recording for those who need them below.

    Deadline: 26th August 2020.

    Thanks! Looking forward to it!

    Laurel

    Recording Help!

    The simplest set up is to play the audio on one device and record into another. I’d recommend recording on whichever is newest as it’s likely to have the best microphone.
    For example you could download the recording to an mp3 player or computer, listen on headphones and record into the ‘dictaphone’ on your phone.

    Here’s the instructions on a Mac, there are similar programmes on PCs.

    Macs usually come with free software, ‘garageband’:
    Open garageband.
    Click ‘new project’
    Select ‘acoustic instrument’
    Save as ‘BVB_your name’

    Drag ‘guide audio’ you downloaded onto the central panel
    Put your headphones on, get your instrument in place and press the space bar to play the track.
    You can adjust the volume on the left-hand end of the track, or overall on your computer. Make sure you can hear the track through the headphones AND yourself in the room in equal balance.
    If you can hear then metronome, then click Control (top menu) / and make sure ‘Metronome’ is not ticked. (You’re using the guide track instead of the metronome).

    Click Track (top menu) / New Track
    Select ‘Real Instrument’ and click create
    Tap the cursor on the new track so it is highlighted blue. This is where you’ll record.
    Move the red ‘play’ line back to the beginning using the control at the bottom of the screen, next to ‘record’. (The symbol is a line meeting a backwards arrow.)
    Press record (red button at bottom). The track you are recording in will progressively turn red.
    If you don’t have enough time before the track starts, you drag the whole guide track to the right.
    If you accidentally record over the guide track, simply press ‘Control Z’ (undo)

    You”ll be able to see the waveform of the notes. If it is very small, move closer to the computer. if it is very tall, move further away.
    There is also a noise meter on the track – if it hits red then move further away from the mic!

    You can create more tracks if you want a second (and third!) try.
    Create a new track as before.
    Mute your other recordings by clicking the mute button on their track (looks like a speaker) .

    When you are happy with your recording, here’s how to export it:
    Mute all the other tracks including the guide track. (Press space to play and check you can only hear that one).
    Click ‘Share’ (top menu) / ‘Export Song to Disc’.
    Choose ‘MP3’ encoder. Click Export
    Save as ‘BVB_your name’ and choose where the file will go. Click save.

    Please label the audio file with your name and BVB. If you get a choice of what format to send the recording in .mp3, .wav or .aiff are all fine.

    Send the file to me via wetransfer (www.wetransfer.com) by 26th August.
    My email is swiftlj AT gmail DOT com

    Any problems please ask! Recording can be quite tricky the first few times you try it, but it’s really fun once you get going and problems usually have simple solutions.

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  5. brigstowevb says:

    Hello Everyone!
    I know lockdown isn’t yet over, but I thought we’d celebrate still managing to play together online up until now with a ‘greatest hits’ rehearsal list. We’re going to attempt to get through all of the following tunes, which we suggested by your marvellous selves at the last rehearsal:

    Banbury Bill
    Blaydon Races
    Boneparte Crossing The Rhine
    Carl Wark
    Fete Jean Petre
    HA187
    Long Ashton Schottische
    Man In The Moon
    Oats & Beans
    Petticoat Loose
    Radstock Jig
    Rising of The Lark
    Soldiers Joy
    Summer Hummer
    Sweets of May
    Tom’s Gone To Harlow
    Washing Day
    Waterloo Dance
    Whimple Processional

    See you on Sunday!

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  6. brigstowevb says:

    Dear All,

    The end of June already! We had a long list last time that we barely got through, so I’m reusing the same list, but will start with the ones we missed. Missing Bb copies coming in he morning! And do bring your requests for next time – please remind me if I forget! I’ll have my brain back for July!

    Newcastle (O Come You Not From…)
    Wet Weather
    Brown Velvet Waltz (BVW)
    Washing Day

    Meet a brand new one:
    Petticoat Loose

    Play through the new ones that are more settled now
    Sweets of May
    Captain Dyke
    Banbury Bill

    And play some favourites, some wildcards, and some old ones!
    Carl Wark
    Opera Hat
    Stingo
    Bath Carnival
    Mr Holmes
    WW96
    Up In The Morning Early

    And I’ll be taking requests for next time, so have them ready!

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  7. brigstowevb says:

    Hello!

    NEW TUNE ALERT!!! …..

    Apologies for the very late list, my Travelling with Thomas project is getting the better of my time management skills.

    We’re going to keep working on the new arrangements:

    Newcastle (O Come You Not From…)
    Wet Weather
    Brown Velvet Waltz (BVW)
    Washing Day

    Meet a brand new one:
    Petticoat Loose

    Play through the new ones that are more settled now
    Sweets of May
    Captain Dyke
    Banbury Bill

    And play some favourites, some wildcards, and some old ones!
    Carl Wark
    Opera Hat
    Stingo
    Bath Carnival
    Mr Holmes
    WW96
    Up In The Morning Early

    And I’ll be taking requests for next time, so have them ready!

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  8. brigstowevb says:

    Hi Everyone,
    After zoom’s hiccup last week, we’ll be using the same rehearsal list this coming week. With any luck I’ll also have finished the new piece… I’ll let you know here if so!
    Laurel

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  9. brigstowevb says:

    Hello!
    We’ll do some more work on the new pieces and play a selection of old favourites. (I think there’s one more request I missed). Same Zoom details as last time (in an email).

    Wet Weather
    Brown Velvet Waltz (BVW)
    Banbury Bill
    Washing Day
    Sweets of May
    Newcastle (O Come You Not From…)
    Captain Dyke

    Carl Wark
    Fred Pigeons Triumph
    New Rigged Ship
    Opera Hat
    Abbots Bromley
    Enrico
    Stingo

    See you Sunday!
    Laurel

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  10. brigstowevb says:

    Hello!
    Online rehearsal #2 on zoom happening on Sunday 3rd Mayl! Marvellous! Access instructions by email again. Thanks so much for your patience and good humour last time and all the usual feedback.

    I know you all really miss the sound of the rest of the band. Me too. I haven’t yet thought of a way to deal with this – but at least we’ll be well practised when we play together again and it’ll be all the more a joyful noise for it!

    I have added new arrangement charts for Brown Velvet Waltz, Newcastle and Wet Weather!
    I’m also working on a new tune for next time.

    As before, we’ll run through some favourites and do some more detailed work on the new ones.

    Wet Weather – practising parts, building up speed, new arr!
    Brown Velvet Waltz (BVW) – new arr!
    Banbury Bill – play through and groove.
    Washing Day – especially the build up
    Sweets of May – this is the piece we’re going to try without notation!
    Newcastle (O Come You Not From…) – new arr to try
    Captain Dyke – play through and looking up!

    Opera Hat
    Long Ashton Schottische
    Scotch Polka
    Union Dance
    HA 187

    Look forward to seeing you online!
    Laurel

    Do check soundcloud for recordings of any tricky parts / how things fit together.

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  11. brigstowevb says:

    Hello!
    Online rehearsal on zoom happening on Sunday 19th April! Marvellous! Instructions for how to access it are coming by email (so we don’t give the whole internet our password.)
    We’re going to continue working on the new things, but also revisit some old favourites. We might not get through all of this, but it gives us some choice depending what’s manageable.

    Expect things to sound very different – which may be a little disconcerting – but hopefully it’ll be fun to have a play!

    I will be add the new arrangement charts this week.

    Wet Weather
    Brown Velvet Waltz (BVW)
    Banbury Bill
    Washing Day
    Sweets of May
    Newcastle (O Come You Not From…)
    Captain Dyke

    Oats and Beans
    New Rigged Ship
    Opera Hat
    Long Ashton Schottische
    Let Union Be

    Look forward to seeing you online!
    Laurel

    PS I’ve been putting up more audio for these new ones on the soundcloud:

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  12. brigstowevb says:

    On Sunday we will be working on:
    Wet Weather
    Brown Velvet Waltz
    Banbury Bill (arrangement crib sheet likely to be online Saturday)
    Washing Day
    Sweets of May
    Martin Said To His Man (provided I get it online by then)

    Apologies everything is late – back to normal (chaos) next month.
    Laurel

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  13. brigstowevb says:

    Hello! Rehearsal plan for Sunday 16th February:

    Wet Weather
    Brown Velvet Waltz
    Banbury Bill (arrangement)
    Sweets of May
    Captain Dyke

    Plus bring a blank piece of paper for ‘Martin Said’! (Don’t worry you’ll have notes next time, but we need to get the key right first)

    See you Sunday!
    Laurel

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  14. brigstowevb says:

    Workshop Tunes for 2nd Feb!

    Banbury Bill
    Sweets of May
    Washing Day – New parts!
    Newcastle
    Wet Weather
    Brown Velvet Waltz

    Sweets of May – you’ll notice there’s only tune & chords! Don’t panic! It’s for an exercise!
    Washing Day – this is a new arrangement, please print even if you have the old one.

    Thanks so much for your suggestions everyone! I’m discussing them with Liz and you’ll see them creeping into the repertoire for the next year. You won’t see them all immediately as some will take a bit of researching and arranging, but all are safely in the mix!

    Laurel

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  15. brigstowevb says:

    Hello!
    New tune for a new year! We’ll work on Brown Velvet Waltz, which some of you had a taste of at the workshop day.

    We will also cover:
    Captain Dyke
    Wet Weather
    The Peacock Followed The Hen – ADDITIONAL NEW HARMONY is online!
    Wednesday Night

    Lots of new things to come in the the next few months, so I thought we’d best get really familiar with these ones before we pile into those!

    Laurel

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  16. brigstowevb says:

    Sunday 15th December

    We’re going to arrange Gower Wassail, and play through everything we’ve worked on this year plus any requests you have. It’ll be a music party with a jolly good cake break!

    Bonaparte Crossing The Rhine
    Captain Dyke – arrangement online!
    Fred Pigeon’s Triumph
    Gower Wassail (with singers) – flute / recorder part online!
    Haymakers’ Jig
    Let Union Be (with singers)
    Long Ashton Schottische
    New Rigged Ship
    Oats and Beans
    Opera Hat
    Peacock Follow the Hen – new harmony online!
    The Rising of the Lark
    Thrashing of the Oats
    Union Dance
    Untitled Waltz WW96
    Up in the Morning Early
    Wet Weather

    It’s quite a long list! Look forward to seeing and hearing you all then!

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  17. brigstowevb says:

    Sunday 24th November

    New piece! Gower Wassail is now online for you to print.

    We’ll also be doing some of the new ones from the workshop day:

    Captain Dyke
    Wet Weather

    Plus if we have time:
    The Peacock Followed The Hen
    Wednesday Night

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  18. brigstowevb says:

    One extra note for Sunday’s (October) rehearsal. In addition to the below, we’ll be looking at Devil Among The Tailors.
    Thanks, Laurel

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  19. brigstowevb says:

    October Practise will be everything on the list for the October gigs, especially:

    Haymakers Jig
    Thrashing of The Oats
    Long Ashton Schottische
    Carl Wark
    Oats and Beans
    Rising of The Lark
    Untitled Waltz WW96
    Let Union Be

    Lots of brand new things coming up in November, yippee!

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  20. brigstowevb says:

    Hello!

    This Sunday we will be revisiting / revising / learning some old early-autumn themed tunes including:
    Haymakers Jig
    Thrashing of The Oats
    Long Ashton Schottische
    Carl Wark
    Oats and Beans

    We will also play through a few things from the current summer set including:
    Rising of The Lark
    Untitled Waltz WW96
    Let Union Be

    See you Sunday!
    Laurel

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  21. brigstowevb says:

    Hello!
    Looking forward to Sunday’s rehearsal. We have a new tune: Oats and Beans. All the parts are online plus you can listen to it here: https://soundcloud.com/laurel-2/bvb-oats-and-beans

    In addition we will spend time on:
    Let Union Be
    The Rising of The Lark
    Jockey To The Fair (Briggy’s Dance)

    Plus we may play through anything else current:
    Boneparte Crossing The Rhine
    Enrico
    Fred Pigeon’s Triumph
    New Rigged Ship
    Opera Hat
    Union Dance
    Untitled Waltz – William Winter 96
    Up In The Morning Early
    Blaydon Races +/- Hogmanay Jig
    Spirit of The Dance +/- Opera Hat
    Portsmouth +/- Helston

    See you there!
    Laurel

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  22. brigstowevb says:

    Hello!
    ‘Let Union Be’ is now online ready for Sunday’s rehearsal. I’ve (hopefully) updated the cheat sheets – left it too long so may be errors, sorry!

    The final tune list is in the comment below this one!

    Thanks, see you Sunday!

    Laurel

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  23. brigstowevb says:

    Hello!

    Here’s the summer repertoire, hope you enjoy it!

    Boneparte Crossing The Rhine
    Enrico
    Fred Pigeon’s Triumph
    Jockey to the Fair (Briggy Dance)
    Let Union Be (song)
    New Rigged Ship
    Opera Hat
    The Rising of The Lark
    Union Dance
    Untitled Waltz – William Winter 96
    Up In The Morning Early

    Plus Sets of 2 Tunes:
    Blaydon Races +/- Hogmanay Jig
    Spirit of The Dance +/- Opera Hat
    Portsmouth +/- Helston

    Let Union Be will is now online, audio here: https://soundcloud.com/laurel-2/sets/brigstowe-village-band

    I have updated ‘Cheat sheets’ for the arrangements They’re here: Arr Cheat Sheet These can also be downloaded from the music page. (There may still be errors…)

    Apologies for any suddenly absent favourites. They will make it on to the autumn and winter playlists, so please don’t fret: they will be back.

    Thanks, Laurel

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  24. brigstowevb says:

    Hello!
    The plan for this coming Sunday is to attempt to play everything in this year’s repertoire (!), which is:

    Blackberry Quadrille
    Blaydon Races
    Boneparte
    Carl Wark
    Fred Pigeons Triumph
    HA187
    Helston
    Jockey To The Fair (for Briggy)
    New Rigged Ship
    Opera Hat
    Rising Of The Lark
    Sailors HP
    Union Dance
    Untitled Waltz (WW96)
    Up In The Morning Early
    Washing Day

    The four new ones from the workshop day (Rising Of The Lark, Union Dance, Untitled Waltz, Up In The Morning Early) should now all be in the music list.

    I have also made fledging ‘cheat sheets’ for the arrangements for all of the above that have them. These can also be downloaded from the music page. They are not yet 100% perfect… (in content or format).

    Thanks, Laurel

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  25. brigstowevb says:

    Hello!
    The rehearsal plan for Sun 17th March is to have a good look at some of the existing ‘core repertoire’ for this coming year. More details about the whole list on Sunday, but here’s what we’ll be
    spending some time on revising and arrangements for:

    HA187
    Fred Pigeon’s Triumph
    Blackberry Quadrille
    Boneparte Crossing The Rhine
    Wednesday Night

    Look forward to seeing you then!
    Laurel

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  26. Laurel Swift says:

    Hello Everyone,

    The new tune for Sun 17th Feb is ‘Wednesday Night’. If you already have this in your pad, please note it’s a completely new version.

    We will also rehearse:
    Carl Wark
    Boneparte (Crossing The Rhine)
    New Rigged Ship
    College Hornpipe

    I have recorded all of the parts for Wednesday Night here: https://soundcloud.com/laurel-2/sets/brigstowe-village-band

    Look forward to seeing you there!
    Laurel

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  27. brigstowevb says:

    On 20th January 2019 we will rehearse:
    Whimple Wassail
    Hogmanay Jig
    Gloucestershire Wassail – with singers
    Scotch Polka
    Man in the Moon
    New Rigged Ship
    Opera Hat
    Spirit of the Dance
    College/Sailors Hornpipe as possible extra

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  28. Pieces for the 16th of December practice
    Long Ashton Schottishe (New)
    Wassail (Here we come a wassailing)
    Abbott’s Bromley
    The Self
    Whimple Wassail
    Hogmanay Jig

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  29. Tunes for November’s rehearsal are:
    Spirit of the Dance
    Thrashing of the Oates
    Ashley’s hornpipe
    Bonapart crossing the Rhine
    Peacock follows the hen
    Jockey at the Fair
    Hark Shepherds
    Triumph
    Devil among the Tailors
    New Rigged Ship
    Sailors Hornpipe
    Whimple Wassail

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  30. For the October rehearsal we will practice:
    Jockey to the Fair (New)
    Abbots Bromely
    Hark Shepherds
    Sailors Hornpipe
    Whimple Wassail tune
    Here we come a Wassailing (called ‘wassail’ on the tune page)
    Newcastle
    Bonaparte
    Blackberry Quadrille
    Thrashing of the Oats

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  31. Hello everyone, for the September rehearsal we will be playing:
    Sailors Hornpipe (New)
    Whimple Wassail tune (New)
    Here we come a Wassailing (called ‘wassail’ on the tune page)
    Newcastle
    Bonaparte
    Blackberry Quadrille
    Thrashing of the Oats

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  32. Hello everyone, on Sunday we have two new pieces:
    Newcastle (arranged by Steve)
    Bonaparte
    We’ll also look at some old favourites from previous rehearsals including
    Copenhagen waltz (new)
    New Rigged Ship
    Imperial Quickstep
    HA187
    Hungarian Waltz

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  33. Hello everyone, at the next practice we’ll look at:
    Copenhagen waltz (new)
    New Rigged Ship
    Imperial Quickstep
    HA187
    Hungarian Waltz
    Lord Kelly’s
    Brighton Camp
    Bristol ,
    Radstock,
    Shepton mallet,
    Bath Waltz

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  34. On Friday 8June we will practice the Summer Setlist.

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  35. Hello everyone, here are tunes for the next practice:
    New Rigged Ship (New)
    Imperial Quickstep
    HA187
    Hungarian Waltz
    Lord Kelly’s
    Brighton Camp
    Bristol ,
    Radstock,
    Shepton mallet,
    Bath Waltz

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  36. On Friday 4 May we will practice:
    Imperial Quickstep
    HA187
    Hungarian Waltz
    Lord Kelly’s
    Highland Lad
    Down with the French
    Lord Nelson’s Hornpipe
    Triumph
    Brighton Camp
    Copenhagen Waltz (Liz will bring sheet music for a sight reading try out)
    Soldiers Joy – from memory and smiling! (even tuba)

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  37. Hello everyone, pieces for the 22nd of April are:
    imperial Quick Step (New)
    ha 187
    hungarian waltz
    Lord Kelly’s
    Highland lad
    Down with the French
    Lord Nelsons Hornpipe
    Triumph
    Brighton Camp
    copenhagen waltz

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  38. On Friday 6 April we will practice:
    Enrico and Soldier’s Joy – to try by memory; beacause it’s good for us.

    Because they were al runners for the Hardy set but got lost in the snow:
    Lord Kelley’s Reel
    Down with the French
    Copenhagen Waltz
    Hungarian Waltz
    Devil Amongst the Tailors

    And others that might go into the summer sets:
    Lord Nelsons Hornpipe
    Triumph
    Brighton Camp (new Bb and Bass part)
    Tom’s Gone to Hilo
    Brisgstowe Slow March

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  39. On the 18th of March we will play:
    Enrico
    Come ye over from France
    Thrashing of the oats
    Soldiers Joy
    Brighton Camp
    Spirit of the Dance
    Fred Pidgeons Triumph
    Waterloo Dance
    Hungarian Waltz
    Devil Amongst the Tailors
    Lord Kelly
    Blackberry Quadrille

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  40. On the 18th of February we will be playing the following pieces. PLEASE NOTE there are changes to some of the parts.

    Triumph
    Brighton Camp (New Bb and Bass part)
    Devil Amongst the Tailors
    Enrico
    Spirit of the Dance (New Bb Part)
    Come ye over from France
    Thrashing of the oats (New Bb Line)
    Blackberry Quadrille (New Bb Line)
    Waterloo Dance

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  41. On Friday 2 February we will practice:
    The Triumph
    Brighton Camp
    Devil among the Tailors
    Toms gone to Hi Lo
    Cam Ye o’er from France
    Thrashing of the Oats
    Blackberry Quadrille
    Soldiers Joy

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  42. In January 2018 we will practice:
    Triumph (New)
    Brighton Camp
    Devil Amongst the Tailors
    Enrico arr MT
    Spirit of the Dance
    Come ye over from France arr MN
    Thrashing of the oats
    Blackberry Quadrille
    Waterloo Dance

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  43. Hello at the December rehearsal we will look at:
    Brighton Camp (new)
    Devil Amongst the Tailors (new)
    Enrico arr MT
    Spirit of the Dance
    Come ye over from France arr MN
    Thrashing of the oats
    Blackberry Quadrille
    Waterloo Dance
    And we’ll probably play some carols just to keep us in the Christmas mood.

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  44. Hello everyone, on November 19th we will look at existing repertoire plus:
    Carols
    Hark Shepherds

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  45. Hi ed . Matt always posts a list for rehearsals. the previous months playlist is a good guide . I but up playlist for gigs – so they are there as well ! bestLiz

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  46. We will also look at hymn : Come ye thankful people come – accompanying singers and Fritjof’s ‘Raise your voice Harvest is Here ‘ Liz

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