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Les Preludes [arr. Gay] (2000), Franz Liszt arranged Bram Gay

Contest Test Pieces (6)

Date Contest Winner
22nd Jul 2011 New Zealand National Championships (A Grade) Woolston Brass
20th Nov 2010 SEWBBA (Blaenavon) Contest (Championship Section) BTM
24th Oct 2010 Pontins (Championship Section) Marsden Silver Prize
8th May 2004 Grand Shield Sellers International
21st Sep 2002 Swiss Open Brass Band Burgermusik Luzern
15th Sep 2001 British Open Yorkshire Building Society


Own Choice Test Pieces (12)

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Date Contest Band Position
23rd Nov 2014 Leicestershire BBA (Leicester) Contest (First Section) Littleport 15
24th Nov 2013 Leicestershire BBA (Leicester) Contest (Open Section) Gresley Colliery 11
16th Oct 2010 SCABA Autumn Contest (Championship Section) Friary Guildford 3
3rd Oct 2010 Fleetwood Contest (Championship Section) Blackburn & Darwen 4
14th Oct 2007 Fife Charities Band Association Contest Kingdom Brass 5
7th Oct 2006 West Wales BBA Contest (First Section) RAF St Athan Voluntary 5
27th Mar 2005 New Zealand National Championships (A Grade) Gothenburg Brass 1
27th Mar 2005 New Zealand National Championships (A Grade) South Brisbane Federal 10
28th Nov 2004 Belgian Nationals (Championship Division) Metropole Brass Band 3
2nd May 2004 Buxton Festival (Championship/First Section) Glossop Old 2
7th Sep 2002 Fife Charities Band Association Contest Kingdom Brass 1
2nd Dec 2001 West Midlands Brass Band Association Contest (Championship Section) Staffordshire 7


Bram Gay didn't arrange Les Preludes until 2000 previous to this the William Rimmer arrangement was the only one in use.

Percussion Requirements

3 Timpani (tuned to A-flat, D-flat and F)
Snare Drum
Bass Drum

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