6th November 2008
I agree with Lucy, you were the true pro on Saturday, no one would have known you were feeling under the weather, well done. YWO were great, even the last movement of Dreamscapes rocked (in a good way!!). Glad Lucy was at ours on Sunday morning, she may say that she loves a crisis but any crisis is much more manageable with your friends around you. See you Sunday.
P.S. It's been said already but well done Amanda and John for making the playday so successful.
5th November 2008
I had a great day on Saturday, I hope the event is repeated some time, Amanda and John did a great job. And I loved the concert, shame you weren't 100%, it's hard to enjoy when you're ill however good it is. Well done for getting through it. Was good that Ali was available Sunday morning (and not ignoring his phone at 7.15am!) we played through pretty much everything (including Sleigh Ride and Troika- yay!) and also rehearsed some stuff for Kidsophonic. Anyway, hope you're better now. See you on Sunday. I can't believe there's no YWO until January now- boo. Lx
Music is one of those businesses where you just have to get the job done and not show any sign of your suffering. The adrenalin factor works during the work but afterwards it can result in sheer exhaustion. I appreciated your efforts to contact Ali and his efforts on Sunday. I feel more human now and am back at work. I am glad people miss YWO when it is not running. The group played extremely well on Saturday. It was mature, musical and authorative. Onwards and upwards.
2nd November 2008
I don't know... Any excuse to avoid rehearsing xmas music with NSW!!!
I thought you were supposed to get ill when school breaks up not at the end of the hols! Eat more fruit and veg!!
Jane Gage (bassoon)
10th October 2008
Got to be the great classic 'Tie Me Kangeroo Down Sport'. I take it banging up felons is not particularly riveting!!
wrong! But an interesting try.You were put off by Rolf Harris and so am I!
9th October 2008
Hope you had a great day and the doggies are both getting better too.
thank you they are
29th September 2008
Its Gnu time again and i 'm looking forward to another successful trip and also confirming my availability for concert 18th oct with bp on sun 5th. c u in gnuville
I gnu you'd say that!
11th September 2008
Colin and Doris Manson (nee Wiseman) would love to hear from you. Saw your website, you have done very well with your music.
Colin & Doris Manson
Colin and Doris met at a party at my place in or around 1971. doris was in my class at school and Colin played football with my brother. I played too and was just as bad as I am now only faster!
6th September 2008
Is the rain in Ilkley as bad as here in Queensbury? I was wondering if I will need my wellies on Tuesday or should I put a call in to Noah!
Looking forward to getting back on the treadmill of work and I may even get back in practice. Oh just realised YWO is the day before Ooops! Never mind I'll blame the bum notes on Nicky. See you there.
Rain is least of my problems at te moment. I it floods in Queensbury, we are all DOOMED!. I look forward to you coming on Tuesday; wellies? Oh go on then!
11th August 2008
You don't have to be a tall man to cast a long shadow. Well Done Keiron
All you need is a box to stand on! Cheers
10th August 2008
Just to say thanks from us all at Nottingham Symphonic Winds for helping to make last week’s Austrian tour such a success. We really pulled together as a team (musically, socially and van-packing-away-ingly!) and your leadership and participation made a real difference. I had a great time and feel sure everyone else would say the same.
See you in September!
I was impressed during the tour by many aspects of the event. The organisation, the planning, the attitude of the players, the social atmosphere, the teamwork and I have to say the orchestra. Your continued success is no accident!
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