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Results: 2014 Brass at the Guild Hall

Victories at the popular Pre-Regionals event for Skelmanthorpe, Oldham (Lees), Eccleston Brass, Boarshurst Silver, Greenfield & Youth Brass 2000.

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Full Results

Championship Section
The Guild Hall
St Magnus (Kenneth Downie)
Adjudicator: Stan Lippeatt

1. Skelmanthorpe (Martin Hall)
2. Pemberton Old Wigan DW (Stig Maersk)
3. Blackburn & Darwen (Nick Sheppard)
4. Foresters Brass 2000 (Peter Collins)

Best Soloist — Solo Cornet (Skelmanthorpe)

Felling (Stephen Malcolm) — Withdrawn

First Section
The Guild Hall
Test Pieces: Vitae Aeternum (Paul Lovatt—Cooper) or Cry of the Mountain (Howard Lorriman)
Adjudicator: Brett Baker

1. Oldham (Lees) (John Collins)
2. Roberts Bakery (Simon Stonehouse)
3. Morecambe (Andrew Warriner)
4. GT Group Peterlee (Joe Cook)
5. Haydock (Mark Quinn)
6. Wakefield Metropolitan (Michael Howley)
7. Longridge (Mark Peacock)
8. Hoover Bolton (Trevor Halliwell)
9. Poulton-le-Fylde (J. Wood)

Best Soloist — Flugel (Morecambe — Carol Blaylock)

Harrogate (Craig Ratcliffe) — Withdrawn

Second Section
The Charter Theatre
Test Pieces: Kenilworth (Arthur Bliss) or Chaucer's Tunes (Michael Ball)
Adjudicator: John Doyle

1. Eccleston Brass (Daniel Brooks)
2. Delph (Jonathan Davies)
3. Besses Boys (James Holt)
4. Pemberton Old Wigan DW ‘B’ (Peter Ashley)
5. Skelmanthorpe Prospect + Brass (Philip Garlick)
6. Farnworth & Walkden (Peter Ashley)

Third Section
The Guild Hall
Test Pieces: Music for a Festival (Philip Sparke) or Partita for Band — Postcards from Home (Philip Wilby)
Adjudicator: Stan Lippeatt

1. Boarshurst Silver (David Ashworth)
2. Blackpool Brass (Tariq Ahmed)
3. Darwen Brass (Steve Hartley)
4. Old Hall Brass (John North)
5. Eagley (Matthew Ryan)
6. Slaithwaite (Rob Westacott)
7. Lostock Hall Memorial (Brian Harper)
8. Littleborough (Adrian Woodhead)

Best Soloist — Solo Horn (Blackpool — Joe Lathom)

Trinity Girls Brass (Stuart Barton) — Withdrawn

Fourth Section
The Charter Theatre
Test Pieces: Three Saints (Goff Richards) or Three Spanish Impressions (Alan Fernie)
Adjudicator: Andrew Warriner

1. Greenfield (Tom Haslam)
2. Pilling Jubilee Silver (Len Charnock)
3. Tarleton Brass (Gillian Bould)
4. Blackley (Daniel Price)
5. Oughtibridge Brass (Gavin Somerset)
6. Sale Brass (Grenville Moore)
7. Huddersfield & Ripponden Brass (M. Cox)
8. Skelmersdale (David Chapman)
9. Rode Hall Silver (Nigel Butler)

Best Soloist — Solo Trombone (Steve Preston — Tarleton Brass)

The British Open Youth at the Guild Festival
The Charter Theatre
Adjudicators: John Doyle & Adam Taylor

1. Youth Brass 2000 (Chris Jeans)
2. Stockport Schools Brass (Tim Dines)
3. Lions Youth Brass (Nigel Birch)
4. Pemberton Old Wigan DW Youth (John Don Duncan)
5. Coleshill Youth Brass (Stephen Fagg)

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