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Christie-Tyler Cory Band - Brass From The Valleys flac album

Christie-Tyler Cory Band - Brass From The Valleys flac album Performer: Christie-Tyler Cory Band
Title: Brass From The Valleys
Style: Instrumental
Released: 1990
MP3 album: 1710 mb
FLAC album: 1919 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: VOX AU FLAC ADX WMA VQF DMF
Genre: Classical / Military music

Cory Band is one of the oldest and best known brass bands in the world, formed in 1884 in the Rhondda Valley. Their aim is to create music that is 'spine tingling, moving and life affirming'. Cory Band are from the Rhondda Valley in Wales. They were formed in 1884 and originally bore the name ‘Ton Temperance’ a reference to the Temperance movement in the South Wales Valleys of the time

Profilo: Brassband situated in Rhondda Cynon Taf, Wales, UK. First established as the Ton Temperance Band it was renamed to Cory Workmen’s Band in 1895.

National Champions Salute Siebert ‎(LP, Album). Midland Sound Recordings. Christie-Tyler Cory Band. Brass From The Valleys ‎(CD, Album). Cǒr Meibion Pendyrus & Cory Band. Cǒr Meibion Pendyrus & Cory Band - Gloria (Album).

The Internationale is a 1990 album by Billy Bragg. Originally released on Bragg's short-lived record label, Utility Records, it is a deliberately political album, consisting mainly of cover versions and rewrites of left-wing protest songs. Although Bragg is known for his association with left-wing causes, this release is unusual; most of Bragg's recordings balance overtly political songs with social observation and love songs. The Christie Tyler Cory Band – brass. Côr Cochion Caerdydd – vocals. Marc Duff – whistles.

The Cory Band hails from the Rhondda Valley in Wales. They were formed in 1884 and originally bore the name ‘Ton Temperance’ a reference to the Temperance movement in the South Wales Valleys of the time. In 1895 Sir Clifford Cory, Chairman of Cory Brothers, heard the band and offered to provide financial assistance for them resulting in the band’s change of name to ‘Cory’. In 1920, the band gained championship status and three years later achieved the distinction of performing what is believed to have been the first radio broadcast by a brass band.

If so, stick this in the car stereo on the next trip to the garden centre: 12 Britpop favourites, given the brass-band treatment and stripped of any last remaining vestiges of cool.

Tracklist

1 Mephistopheles
2 Bohemian Rhapsody
3 Don't It Make Your Brown Eyes Blue?
4 Portrait Of A City
5 Trittico
6 Triple Gold
7 Rule Britannia
8 Adagio From "Spartacus"
9 A Celtic Suite
10 Miller Magic

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polyphonic Reproductions Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Polyphonic Reproductions Ltd.

Credits

  • Band – Christie-Tyler Cory Band*
  • Conductor – Brian Howard