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Re: Possibly reason behind Masters result ?



On Wed, 27 May 1998, Martin Irwin wrote:

> I've just heard on the grape vine that the 3 judges at the Masters had
> different things to look at.  One looked at musicality, one at technique
> and one at sound.  If this is true it might have been nice if they told us.
>  Obviously they had their own pre-set agendas, with no overlap.

Out of interest, (especially to those on the list who adjudacate) how do
the "men in the box" 'normally' weight these criteria?  Is this normally
1:1:1 ?  (realising this is always sujective anyway :)

> I was also told that YBS were given 13th by the 'sound' judge, therefore
> gaining full marks for musicality and technique.  Apparently they were
> slated for having a hard sound, especially cornets.
> 
> I don't know if any of the above is 100% true, its just what I've heard,
> from a very good source though.  Anybody else heard this.
> 
> Martin.

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  Alastair Wheeler	 
  Euphonium & Trombone				   Fundamental Brass
  Bass Trombone				  City of Oxford Brass Band
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  "I am following my fish"


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