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Thread: Cory Band - William Tell Overture - Live Performance

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    Cory Band - William Tell Overture - Live Performance

    Rick just posted a nice video of Hiram Diaz, which is a good "keeper" example of playing this piece. As I was drawn back to YouTube I was reminded of this video I watched recently. This one is just plain fun! Watch the 1st cornet just after the 1:00 mark. Fantastic.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEMbmvsAg8U

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    Oh jeez!! That was great! What a tempo! I measured it @ 180bpm.

    Note to self, Rick, don't share this with our Dir as he may get ideas.
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    Not too shabby, indeed!! Great Band!
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