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Birmingham Contest

Sat 4th Apr 1931

Test Piece: La Favorita [arr. Godfrey] & Own Choice
- Gaetano Donizetti arr. Charles Godfrey Jnr
Adjudicators: David Aspinall
Venue: Birmingham, Warwickshire, UK

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Position Band Conductor
1 Bentley Colliery W. Wormald
2 Ripley United Silver W. J. Saint
3 Metropolitan Works Harry Heyes
4 Amington Roland Davis
5 Brodsworth Colliery Unknown, do you know?
Bloomsbury Institute Unknown, do you know?
Lincoln Malleable Unknown, do you know?
Coventry Silver Unknown, do you know?
Donnington Wood Unknown, do you know?
Dunlop Works Unknown, do you know?
Church Gresley Colliery Unknown, do you know?
Griff Colliery Unknown, do you know?
Hucknall Silver Unknown, do you know?
Huthwaite Unknown, do you know?
Stanton Ironworks Unknown, do you know?
John Thompson Works Unknown, do you know?
Lilleshall Collieries Unknown, do you know?
Revo Electric Works Unknown, do you know?
Rushden Town M. J. Roberts
Rushden Temperance Steve Young
Shipley Colliery Unknown, do you know?
Aldridge Colliery Unknown, do you know?
Walsall L.M.S. Unknown, do you know?
Wigston Temperance Unknown, do you know?
Woodgate Unknown, do you know?
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Cornet prize Ripley United.
Euphonium prize Revo Electric (Tamworth).
Trombone prize Amingtgon.
Soprano prize Bentley Colliery.
Organised by the National Trades and Industrial Exhibition.
25 bands competed.
Source - Musical Progress and Mail, May 1931. Brass Band News May 1931.


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