2009 British Open Championships - Gallery

12-Sep-2009

Selection of photos from this year's British Open Championships from Symphony Hall, Birmingham.


Photos by Ian Clowes, Goldy Solutions. Go to www.pbase.com/troonly/brass


Steven Mead - Whitburn


"Interesting and persuasive"


Morgan Griffiths - Hammonds Saltaire


"Solid, unpretentious stuff"


Dr. Nicholas J Childs - Black Dyke


"Sweet Baby Moses!"


John Berryman - Viruosi GUS


"Tasteful playing"


Ian Porthouse - Hepworth (Cookson Homes)


Preparing to play with "a touch of panache"


Jason Katsikaris - Leyland


"Lyrical contrasts appeal"


Michael Fowles - Co-operative Funeralcare


"Strong opening is bold and colourful"


David Roberts - Rothwell Temperance


"Full of quality elements"


Howard Taylor - Brisbane Excelsior


"Good lyrical interludes"


Russell Gray - Carlton Main Frickley Colliery


"Heart on sleeve stuff"


David King - Brighouse & Rastrick


"Action packed and electrifying"


Philip Chalk - Fairey


"Enjoyable stuff"


Dr. Robert Childs - Cory


"Razor sharp!"


Gary E Cutt - Foden's


"Sophisticated black humour"


Tom Davoren - BTM


"Great percussion" in Farandole


Allan Withington - Grimethorpe Colliery


"It's Mahler folks!"


Selmer Simonsen - Kirkintilloch


"Has drive and purpose but not Mahler drama"


James Gourley - Desford Colliery Band


"Mahler meets Benny Hill...odd but effective"


British Open - Birmingham Symphony Hall - 12th September 2009

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