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Camborne Town Band

appearing at

West of England Bandsmens Festival (Bugle Band Contest)

Bugle, Cornwall

Saturday 15th of June 2019

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Camborne Town Band

Genre

Live Performance
Brass Band

Description

The famous Camborne Town Band emanates from an equally famous town with a mining and industrial heritage second to none. Once recognised around the world, Camborne was the home of Richard Trevithick, Holman’s Engineering and the world-famous Camborne School of Mines.



The Camborne Town Band has been competing in contests since the late 1800s and is unsurpassed by any other in Cornwall. Having won the National Second Section Championship in 1945, it was promoted to the Championship Section the following year – a position it has retained ever since, having been placed in the top six in the country on six occasions. In March 2009, it became West of England Champions for the 20th time, and in October 2015 represented the region at the National Brass Band Championships of Great Britain for the 40th time.



The band has also performed on national Radio and Television, including the BBC One's Songs of Praise and BBC Radio 2's Listen to the Band. In recent years Camborne has worked with some of the finest conductors in the movement today. These have included Frank Renton, Dr. Robert Childs, Garry Cutt, John Berryman, Steve Sykes, Richard Evans, and Ian Porthouse.

The band is in demand for concerts, both in Cornwall and throughout the UK, and is committed to ensuring musical excellence and quality entertainment in the field of brass music, with a traditional and unique style. Repertoire includes the full spectrum, from light popular music, through operatic, film and light orchestral works, to original brass band music, all performed by quality soloists and supported by a collection of fine musicians.

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Description

Outdoor contest held in the heart of Cornwall since 1912.

March to commence at 10.00am

Contest to commence at 11.00am

Adjudicator - Glyn Williams

Admission Prices 2019

Adult £10
Children (6-16) £5
Children (under 6) Free
Family (2 adults and up to 3 children) £25

Car Parking (subject to availability) £3

The Music Committee have chosen the following to be played at the 2019 contest on Saturday 15th June. Adjudicator Glyn Williams.


Championship Section

Journey into Freedom – Eric Ball - (Publisher Studio Music)

The Lord Bless You and Keep You – Nik & Emma Pears Arr. P Sharman (Publisher SP & S)

First Section

Ad Undas – Gareth Churcher (Kirklees Music)

March - Unconquered – Arthur W. Gullidge (Publisher SP & S)

Second Section

Corineus – Christopher Bond (Publisher Christopher Bond Music)

March - Victors Acclaimed – Bramwell Coles (Publisher SP & S)

Third Section

Olympus – Philip Harper (Harper Music Publications)

Fourth Section

A Saddleworth Festival Overture - Goff. Richards (Publisher Studio Music)

Youth Section

Own Choice Test Piece

Training Section

Own Choice (No more than 10 minutes)

Championship Section

Molinnis Park,

Bugle,

Cornwall,

England,

PL26 8QS.

Parking AvailableToiletsFamily Friendly

Admission Fee: See Contest Profile Page

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