Scottish Open Championship
24 November 2007
Peter Meechan (2007)
Conducted by Ray Farr
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Solid start (if not a little loud)
A+2 Percussion triplets not even.
Neat playing Cornets.
Some lapses in rhythm to H.
Basses and Trombones very good J.
N - Good playing Solo Cornet - don't let the vib detract from the pitch of the notes.
P+5 - Neat entry - Bravo!
Q - The playing is good Flugel - but style more Jazz than Lament. Nice Trombone.
V - Well done.
W+3 - Intonation. W+11 etc, Crotchets too short!
Y - Good control and all quite neat.
AA to end - Well handled.
Opening! A touch on the loud side but you create a good atmosphere.
B - Not steady.
C - Some nice Solo playing here (Repiano and Horns)
General Macbeth - Good Bass Trombone sound. Nicely played Euphonium and Trombone.
M - Good
N - Well played Solo Cornet
Lament - Flugel - Longer notes and more phrasing needed.
Basses - 2 before S - too short. Full length needed.
V - Good dynamics and positive entries.
Well done Horns at W.
X - Tidy playing.
Y - Good. And good Finale.
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