Reviews: CDs / International
Featuring: David Childs, Philip Cobb, Owen Farr, Richard Marshall
Doyen Recordings: CD296
Total Playing Time: 74.05
British Trombone Society
White River Evocations: WR12-04
Total Playing Time: 59 mins approx
Conductor: Michael Fowles
Soloists: Mark Wilkinson, Richard Poole, John Barber, Helen Williams, Glyn Williams, Mark Landon
Total playing time: Approx 75 mins
Accompanist: Fenella Haworth-Head (piano)
White River Evocations: WR12-03
Total playing time: 72.21 mins
Kevin Crockford, Peter Roberts & Alan Wycherley
Various bands and conductors
Doyen Recordings: CD298
Total Playing Time: 77.48
Conductor: Ian Porthouse
Soloists: Byron Newton, Danny Winder, Stephen Sykes, Dewi Griffiths
Avanti Recordings: TIC001
Total Playing Time: 63.23
Conductor: Dr Robert Childs
Doyen Recordings: CD294
Total Playing Time: 70 min approx
The Kew Band Melbourne
Conductor: Mark Ford
White River Evocations: WR 12-02
Total playing time: 72.27 mins
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Glyn Williams displays his mastery of all things euphonium on his latest release.
Ole! Under the spell of Superbrass playing. The pros show how its done with a touch of Spanish brilliance...
Black Dyke delve into Salvation Army history for their latest survey of festival marches.
Three highly talented cornet players go out of their way to find out if their listening public like musical Marmite.
Cory dust off old and new repertoire to give a first taste of their particular brand of entertainment.
Jens Lindemann - part ballet dancer, part gymnast, part magician. It all adds up to him being the total performer.
A timely reminder of what made the combination of Fairey Engineering and Major Peter Parkes so great...
Grimethorpe polish up the mining memories for their bit of Australian musical memorabilia...
Reg Vardy under John Ward join forces to produce a rewarding CD that does justice to a great composer and and great cause.
Promising musical connections are being made at Enfield with their latest release.
Jim Hayes takes on a very diffrent persona for his latest release - a kind of singing detective with a cornet...
Foden's latest volume of patronage is perhaps their best yet thanks to some spine tingling playing...
Lofthouse 2000 show that if you are to blaze a musical rail then its worth doing it well..
120 years of musical service to a higher cause is celebrated in fine style by the various incarnations of the ISB.
Grimethorpe open up the hymn books once again to show that it's not just the Sally Army who can play the best tunes well.
Near technical perfection hasn't come at the expense of brilliant musicality on the latest David Childs release - far from it...
Pemberton Old Wigan DW Bands
Following promotion to the Second Section, and with recent player changes, the B Band are seeking to complete our team with:....
SEWBBA Ebbw Vale
Venue: Ebbw Vale Leisure Centre, Municipal Offices, Civic Centre, Gwent. NP23 6XB
Regent Hall Concerts Academy Trombone Choir
Venue: Regent Hall (The Salvation Army). 275, Oxford Street - opposite BHS. London W1C 2DJ