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Competition Information

Contest Details

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9th September 2006  
Draw No
Exmouth Entertainment Competition  
Bands In Section
John Berryman  
Derek Johnston  
Special Awards
Piece(s) Played
War of the Celts/Lord of the Dance: 'Arr Frank Bernaerts'

Vitae Lux: 'Arr Torstein Aagaard-Nilsen'

The Waltonian: 'Arr By Thomas Wyss'

Kell's water: 'Peter Graham'

Blades of Toledo: 'T.L.Sharpe'

Toccata in D minor: 'Arr Jan Van Kraeydonck'

Proper Job
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Adjudicators Remarks

War of the Celts:

A good opening but a touch polite for f and making an immediate impact however overall we hear a good balanced sound. At the change of key in bar 5 it is once again a touch light for f especially through the semiquavers. Quite often the semis get lost.

Vitae Lux:

A lovely lyrical sound is produces and phrases are well shapes. Lovely overall band sound around [D] and a sonorous bass sound at [F] well controlled final chord.


Played with great spirit and style. Well played and controlled at the trio. Of course not all the semis heard at [C] but a good. All tight and all in the right style.

Kell's water:

A beautiful relaxed style from flugel where band is suitably restrained. Euph also plays with some style. Intonation before [G] not quite there and just a touch tentative from [H] to the end.

Blades of Tolado:

Troms are nicely balances and band once again accompanies well, Band controls the dynamics well at [5] and a lovely unison from troms although intonation does wonder at times later. Good style throughout.


Good unisons generally but don’t allow the pause to tail off slightly. Good tempo at the tempo at the rock section. I don’t quite hear the semis from the cornets around [80] but a great finish.

Proper Job:

Played by “proper Cornish bands men/woman” and no one but a Cornish band could finish its program with it. Played with real spirit

Well done.


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