The Virtuosi Brass Band Of Great Britain - Volume V mp3 album
- Performer: The Virtuosi Brass Band Of Great Britain
- Title: Volume V
- Genre: Military
- Formats: APE MIDI WMA AC3 APE DMF AIFF
- Released: 2000
- MP3 album: 1462 mb
- FLAC album: 1754 mb
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 106
Country: UK. Released: Genre: Brass & Military. 1. Standard Of St George. Conductor – Eric Ball. 2. Ruler Of The Spirits. Conductor – Stanley H. Boddington.
The Virtuosi GUS Band is a world-famous brass band, based in Kettering, England. Originally known as the Munn and Felton Works Band, it was formed by Fred Felton in 1933 in Kettering, England. Since then, the band has won many prizes and competitions over the years. On 2 January 1933, the Northamptonshire Evening Telegraph reported the formation of the Munn and Felton Works Brass Band.
The National Youth Brass Band of Great Britain is "Youth Brass 2000" and has won this award for 4 consecutive years. They have also come second in the Europeans top section for 3 consecutive years (the latest 2 have also won best soloist). The National Brass Band Championships of Great Britain. The National Brass Band Championships are split into two parts. The first is the Area contest where bands across all sections compete to qualify for the national Finals.
Album · 2007 · 11 Songs. Brass Virtuosi Deutsche Bläserphilharmonie. Listen on Apple Music.
Template:Refimprove Template:Use dmy dates. A brass band is a musical ensemble generally consisting entirely of brass instruments, most often with a percussion section. Ensembles that include brass and woodwind instruments can in certain traditions also be termed brass bands (particularly in the context of New Orleans–style brass bands), but may more correctly termed military bands, concert bands, or "brass and reed" bands.
|3||Russlan & Ludmilla|
|7||Scherzo From Music For Brass|
|9||Lament Of The Captive Jews|
- Conductor – Eric Ball, Harry Mortimer, James Scott , Maurice Handford