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Website — The Black Dyke Band

June 6, 2001
www.blackdykeband.co.uk

For just about anyone with an interest in brass bands, the most famous band in the world is without doubt, Black Dyke.


CD: The Voice of the Euphonium — Morgan Griffiths

June 6, 2001
The Yorkshire Building Society Band
Conducted by David King
Polyphonic Recordings — QPRL 098D
Total Playing Time: 66.21


CD: Prodigy—David Childs

June 6, 2001
Brighouse and Rastrick Band
Conducted by Robert Childs
Doyen Recordings—CD104
Total playing time 70.08


CD: Essays For Brass Volume 3

May 16, 2001
Yorkshire Building Society Band
Conducted by David King
Recorded at Salford University November 1999 and June 2000
Polyphonic — QPRL202D
Total Playing Time: 75.14


Product: Antoine Courtois 267 RV—II Euphonium

May 9, 2001
Review by: Glyn Williams. Principal Euphonium Fodens Courtois Band

The Antoine Courtois euphonium for many reasons is far the best euphonium I have ever played.


Website — The Williams Fairey Band

May 5, 2001
www.williamsfaireyband.co.uk
Webmaster: Ian Yates

The first thing that struck us about the site was how well put together the whole package was. It’s neat and tidy with clean lines and good use of colour.


CD: Phenomenon

May 5, 2001
Brett Baker and Ian Porthouse
Polyphonic Reproductions Ltd—CD QPRL 203D
The Flowers Band
Conducted by Michael Fowles, Bryan Hurdley and David Barringer


CD: Reflections 1

April 20, 2001
Brass Band World Magazine Promotional CD
– not for sale


CD: Essential Dyke Vol. III—President's Choice

April 15, 2001
Black Dyke Band
Conductor: Nicholas J Childs
Doyen Recordings CD121


Concert: Northfleet Brass

April 10, 2001
With Mark Nightingale and Alan Morrison.

Gravesend Methodist Church,
Saturday 7th April 2001


Concert: The Helen Rollason Cancer Centre Appeal

April 3, 2001
Enfield Citadel Band of the Salvation Army
James Williams
The Williams Fairey Band
Derek Broadbent

Brentwood Centre, Essex
31st March 2001


Product: Boosey & Hawkes Sovereign 944R Bb/F Trombone

March 8, 2001
by Nick Huson
Trombone players are extremely fortunate musicians nowadays...


Concert: Black Dyke Mills Band

February 20, 2001
Conductor: Nicholas Childs

St. David’s Hall, Cardiff.
February 17th 2001




Newstead Brass - Christmas at the Proms

Friday 14 December • Woodborough Village Hall, Lingwood Lane, Nottingham NG14 6DX


Black Dyke Band - Huddersfield Town Hall

Friday 14 December • Huddersfield Town Hall, Corporation Street HD1 2TA


Regent Hall Concerts - Jingle Bell Brass

Friday 14 December • Regent Hall (The Salvation Army). 275 Oxford Street Opp. RESERVED. London . W1C 2DJ


Regent Hall Concerts - Royal Greenwich Brass Band

Friday 14 December • Charlton House. Charlton Road. London. SE7 8RE SE7 8RE


Enderby Band - Hinckley Rock Choir

Friday 14 December • Salvation Army Hall. Lancaster Road. Hinckley. Leicestershire LE10 0AW


Freckleton Band

December 14 • Freckleton Band have a vacancy for a 2nd baritone player. The band has been promoted to the Championship section from 2019 and have a balanced concert and contest programme. Rehearsal nights are Mondays and Thursdays.


Trentham Brass Band

December 14 • Solo Trombone, Bb bass and front row cornet required to complete line up for coming months at Trentham Brass. Based in Stoke on Trent with easy access to M6, in our own band room, this friendly 3rd Section band would welcome enquiries


The Corsham Band

December 13 • Due to work commitments, a vacancy has arisen for a Tenor Trombone player. First or Second position available. We are a newly promoted Second Section band with a friendly and enthusiastic team.


Alan Fernie

DRSAM, Dip.NCOS
Arranger, composer, adjudicator, conductor