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September 16, 2005

Whit Friday Marches 2005

Writing about web page http://www.worldofbrass.com/acatalog/24616.html

Today the CD featuring highlights from the village of Delph from this years Whit Friday March Contests has been released by World of Brass.

The CD features such world-famous bands as Black Dyke, Besses, Fodens and YBS, and also, yes, The University of Warwick Brass Band!

Recorded on Friday 20th May 2005, live outside the Delph Band Club, at about 11pm, the performance was at the last of the 5 villages we'd visited that evening. Our chosen contest march for the day was 'The Spirit of Victory' by Andrea Crossley, and the 25 players inside the contest ring gave an excellent performance, chosen by the contest organisers to feature on this CD.

Buy your copy now from World Of Brass


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