Band – The Britannia Building Society Band. Conductor – Howard Snell.
Слушайте Britannia Building Society Band и скачивайте в формате mp3 прямо сейчас, без кодов, смс и регистации. Tuba Concerto for tuba und brass band (James Gourlay - Tuba, Britannia Building Society Band - Howard Snell) - Edward Gregson. Tuba Concerto for tuba und brass band (James Gourlay - Tuba, Britannia Building Society Band - Howard Snell) - Joseph Horovitz.
Britannia Building Society Band. 69 The Year of the Dragon (Sparke), Britannia Building Society. 70 When I'm 64. 71 The New Jerusalem. 12 Festival of Brass 1992. 14 March Spectacular. 18 european brass band championships 1992. 19 Listen to the band collection - On parade. 20 The Listen To The Band Collection: On Parade.
Britannia Building Society Band Hora Staccato. Britannia Building Society Band A London Overture. Britannia Building Society Band Carnival Coctail.
Listen to music from Britannia Building Society Band like Swing Low, Sweet Chariot and The Year of the Dragon (Sparke), Britannia Building Society. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Britannia Building Society Band. This brass band from Sandbach in Cheshire is currently known as Foden's Band. It was known as the Britannia Building Society Band from the mid-80s to mid-90s in honour of the company which sponsored it during that period.
Fodens 12-piece Brass Band (about half the full band), featuring flugel horn soloist Helen Williams, 30 November 2011 at the Sandbach Concert Series. Foden's Band (originally Fodens Motor Works Band, and variants with sponsors' names) is a brass band from Sandbach in Cheshire. The band derives its name from the Foden manufacturer of trucks in Sandbach. In July 1986, it was sponsored by the Britannia Building Society to become the Britannia Building Society Foden Band, which became the Britannia Building Society Band. In September 1997, the band was sponsored by the Antoine Courtois company of France, to become the Fodens Courtois Band. In November 2004, the band was sponsored by Richardson Developments of Oldbury.
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