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Re: Black Dyke Recording - Peter Graham
Phil, yes you are correct, and they are all brilliant players, were is
> From: Phil Sturdy <phil@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: 'brass-band@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'
> Subject: RE: Black Dyke Recording - Peter Graham
> Date: 26 November 1997 08:12
> Maybe Dyke has too many of your relations in it for you to have an
> From: BRITCLIFFE@xxxxxxx
> Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 1997 8:53 PM
> To: brass-band@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: Black Dyke Recording - Peter Graham
> In a message dated 25/11/97 20:18:52 GMT, Matthew Taylor writes:
> << Which is fine. But, there is still the hard evidence
> ( the recording itself ) that Black Dyke Play the piece
> I am not talking about the interpretation of the
> piece that may or may not be to everyones taste,
> I am talking about the wrong rhythms from the Horns
> and Percussion, The wrong notes that are played
> in the Solos etc..
> A quote from a recent mail from Graham Young on a
> different topic states:-
> > James Watson told me
> > that BDM can learn a piece like Essence of Time in two
> > rehearsals if necessary and not spend all the rehearsal
> > time on that piece.
> It sounds like it after you listen to the CD.
> Perhaps the quote should have read :-
> BDM can learn to get to the end of a piece
> in two rehearsals, it takes them a bit longer
> to play it correctly though.
> Thats fine if you want to record a CD and earn
> a few quid. But if Black Dyke can't be bothered
> to practice the pieces to reasonable standard
> then I don't see why the rest of us should be
> bothered to buy and listen to half hearted attempts
> of test pieces.
> Matthew Taylor
> Solo Horn
> Ratby Cooperative Band.
> Maybe Dyke has too many people from leicestershire???
> Jim Britcliffe
> United Co-op Crewe
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