9 thoughts on “ Troika - The Grimethorpe Colliery Band - Brass Versus The Classics (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Listen free to Grimethorpe Colliery Band – Brass Band Classics (For All The Saints, The Old Rugged Cross and more). 20 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at frecteldehltrebatterciescespocomgamul.coinfo
  2. Colliery brass bands are pretty unique to Britain, and Grimethorpe is unique amongst the unique. The band has been playing since the First World War, undertaking concert tours and broadcasts, winning competitions and producing recordings/5(22).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Classic Brass on Discogs. Label: Music For Pleasure - CD-MFP Stereo • Format: CD Stereo • Country: UK • Genre: Classical • The Grimethorpe Colliery Band - Classic Brass (CD) | Discogs.
  4. Grimethorpe Colliery Band is breath-takingly good! Likewise, as an anthology collection of some of the great short pieces of popular classical music, these brass band arrangements reveal the music in a new (brassy) light. Very highly recommended! John Gough - Deakin University, retired - [email protected](31).
  5. For the lovers of classical music, Grimethorpe's rendition of the Galop from Rossini's "William Tell" will certainly put you in that Lone Ranger mood!(This piece was heard in the movie "Brassed Off" with Grimethorpe providing the soundtrack for the fictional Grimley Band featured in the movie.)For 70s fans, the band does a hard-charging version /5(18).
  6. Jan 17,  · Was brought up listening to LP'S like this classic from my favorite band Grimethorpe Colliery conductor George Thompson playing the Drake Rimmer arrangement of Scheherazade from the LP .
  7. the grimethorpe colliery band, conducted by elgar british brass spectacular - 'band of the year ,, ' London Records - US - SP -
  8. Dec 01,  · After a few years losing touch with brass bands, I came across this masterpiece. It's a CD that will thrill and/or horrify brass band lovers. Well worth buying, if only for the various Solo pieces. then flugel horn, cornet and tenor horn solos leave one gasping for breath, but these are only a preview for the coming of the Euphonium/5(31).

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