Tag Archives: cornet

Brendan’s Current Daily Routine!

I have succumbed to the most  popular enquiry on here. ‘What stuff do you practice?’ Things have changed a lot recently and I have been travelling much more than usual. In two months, I have been to Scotland four times, … Continue reading

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Original Edition First Page…

It is interesting to note that this famous tome appears to have been written for military use.

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Roger Webster playing Cleopatra…

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Trombone Humour…

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Brass Players’ Humour…

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Zelda – Caprice by Percy Code performed by Arthur Stedler

A recording by the great Australian cornet soloist Arthur Stedler. This rare treat was sent to me by Brian Evans who is Principal Cornet at Sydney Opera House. The piece is the brass band classic Zelda by Percy Code.

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Christmas Tunes by Jazz Kid Using the Bb Blues Scale

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Busy Day At The Office…

Monday was a busy day for Chris Morley (Bumper French Horn), Simon Cowen (Section Leader Trombone) and myself. The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra had a day off but, as they say, there is no rest for the wicked! Our trio … Continue reading

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Pimp Your Trumpet !

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Zelda – Played By Martin Winter

Zelda, by Percy Code is not heard on the concert platform so often these days. This great piece was once a must in nearly all brass band programmes. All the great cornettists had their own way of interpreting and presenting … Continue reading

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