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Best of Brass

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
For all enthusiasts of brass bands and those who just enjoy lazing within earshot in the park.
Gerald Harrison introduces the BBC2 Brass Band knock-out competition from the Assembly Rooms, Derby.
Programme 7: The Final in which bands from the North and South battle it out for a first prize of £1,000. From Bristol,
West of England champions The Sunlife Stanshaw Band conducted by BRIAN HOWARD against
The Hammond Sauce Works Band from Bradford conducted by GEOFFREY WITHAM with guest supporters Gwyn Richards and Barney Colehan
Peter Skellern announces the name of the best soloist from the 14 or so instrumentalists competing for the Rose-Morris Award - a new instrument. Judges
Lt-Col Trevor L. Sharpe , mvo, OBE and Bill Relton
Sound DAVID HUGHES
Lighting JOHN ALLINSON
Designer TOM YARDLEY JONES
Production assistant SIMON BETTS Producer KEN GRIFFIN

Contributors

Introduces: Gerald Harrison
Conducted By: Brian Howard
Conducted By: Geoffrey Witham
Unknown: Peter Skellern
Unknown: Lt-Col Trevor L. Sharpe
Unknown: Bill Relton
Unknown: David Hughes
Unknown: John Allinson
Designer: Tom Yardley Jones
Unknown: Simon Betts
Producer: Ken Griffin






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