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The blog now closing………

This blog was just a temporary measure whilst our old static web site and blogspot blog migrated over to wordpress. That move is now pretty much done so visit the new http://www.bristolbrassconsort.com and have a look at our first “official” … Continue reading

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Silver Anniv**** – sorry, Birthday next Year

Well, it seems like only four years ago that the Bristol Brass Consort was turning 21. Unlike that milestone we’re trying to be a little more organised in celebrating this one. So we’ve got the pub gigs lined up. Sorted.  … Continue reading

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Concert on 24th August

A purely functional post here to plug our concert in St. Johns Church, Axbridge on 24th August at 7.30 (I think – see earlier references to our GMS). This is a FREE concert – although there is a retiring collection. … Continue reading

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Brass Players Tips – No. 1

From the Bristol Brass “How To … ” manual. This is the correct and approved approach to take when faced with 100 bars rest or more. Note the complete and utter sense of exhaustion caused by having to get up … Continue reading

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Whooosh – Concert at St. Georges Bristol

Two posts in two days, we’re on a roll. Anyway – a date not to be missed – 4th October 2008 – 7.30 pm Bristol Brass Consort (Very Big Version) PRESENTS ! Mussorgsky (arr Elgar Howarth) Pictures at an Exhibition … Continue reading

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Who switched the light on !

It can’t be two and a half years since the last post ! Either I’m the king of procrastinators or else I’ve dropped through a time dilation wormhole. Hmmm, I wonder which of these it could be ? Does this … Continue reading

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Less value than a reflexology voucher

Well, our 6th May concert is a month closer than it was last time I posted here and we’re still working on putting the program together. Ideas come into our heads thick and fast, and then seem to go all … Continue reading

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