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    EDITORIAL DURWESTON VH WALKS LOCAL LINKS SNT EVENTS Copyright TurbolinkSystems 2016 All rights reserved DISCLAIMER The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only The information is provided by BryanstonTimes co uk and while we endeavour to keep the information up to date and correct we make no representations or warranties of any kind express or implied about the completeness accuracy reliability suitability or availability with respect to the website or the information products services or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation indirect or consequential loss or damage or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of or in connection with the use of this website Through this website you are able to link to other websites which are not under the control of BryanstonTimes co uk and dynamic data may be retrieved from sites on the internet We have no control over the nature content and availability of those sites or information howsoever retrieved The inclusion of

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  • SNT Bryanston village
    particularly when you put the shopping in your car or return the trolley Please checkout the news link on the adjacent page Distraction Theft for more information on this MO This is not the official Safer Neighbourhood Team page It is where you can find past and current advise notices covering the immediate area for Bryanston and Weston Area Official SNT page GO SNT Notices Mouse over to expand content HOME EDITORIAL DURWESTON VH WALKS LOCAL LINKS SNT EVENTS Copyright TurbolinkSystems 2016 All rights reserved DISCLAIMER The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only The information is provided by BryanstonTimes co uk and while we endeavour to keep the information up to date and correct we make no representations or warranties of any kind express or implied about the completeness accuracy reliability suitability or availability with respect to the website or the information products services or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation indirect or consequential loss or damage or any loss or damage whatsoever

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    are just a some of them The information comes dynamically via the Forum Focus magasine HOME EDITORIAL DURWESTON VH WALKS LOCAL LINKS SNT EVENTS Copyright TurbolinkSystems 2016 All rights reserved DISCLAIMER The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only The information is provided by BryanstonTimes co uk and while we endeavour to keep the information up to date and correct we make no representations or warranties of any kind express or implied about the completeness accuracy reliability suitability or availability with respect to the website or the information products services or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation indirect or consequential loss or damage or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of or in connection with the use of this website Through this website you are able to link to other websites which are not under the control of BryanstonTimes co uk and dynamic data may be retrieved from sites on the internet We have no control

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    and spent five years touring NATO bases across Europe Since moving to the south of England he has become a highly respected and sought after drummer in the areaâ s live music circles and has continued working in top holiday park venues theatres hotels and nightclubs Sound Samples Take the A Train This song was written by Billy Strayhorn who played piano and wrote arrangements for Duke Ellington s band Strayhorn recalled that the song that became the signature opening piece for Duke Ellington and his Orchestra came to him with very little effort In fact he said that the music and lyrics for Take the A Train originally recorded on February 15 1941 by Ellington for Victor Records came more quickly than the subject of the song itself â the New York subway line to the Sugar Hill District of Harlem It was so ea sy for him he said it was like writing a letter to a friend Do It Again Do It Again is a tune composed by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen performed by American jazz rock group Steely Dan which was released as a single from their 1972 debut album Can t Buy a Thrill The single version differed from the album version shortening the intro and outro and omitting the organ solo Released in 1972 the song debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 on November 18 1972 and reached number 6 on the US charts in 1973 making it Steely Dan s second highest charting single 3 On the 1972 release the song was credited as Trad for traditional although it was actually written by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen 4 It was also included in the 2008 video game Guitar Hero World Tour Walk between the Raindrops Donald Fagen was born in Passaic New Jersey on January 10 1948 to Joseph Jerry Fagen an accountant and his wife Elinor who had been a singer in upstate New York s Catskill Mountains Fagen became interested in rock and R B music in the late 1950s His first record purchase was Chuck Berry s Reelin and Rockin Around age 11 after receiving musical recommendations from a cousin and attending the Newport Jazz Festival he quickly became a self declared jazz snob The Don Fagen Jazz Trio and the Bad Rock Band 11 Fagen later described his college bands as sounding like The Kingsmen performing Frank Zappa material 12 None of the groups lasted long but the partnership between Fagen and Becker would The duo s early career included a stint with Jay and the Americans where they went by pseudonyms and in the early 1970s as pop songwriters for ABC Dunhill Records which released all of Steely Dan s 1970s output This song was written by Billy Strayhorn who played piano and wrote arrangements for Duke Ellington s band Strayhorn recalled that the song that became the Comin Home The tune was first recorded by the Dave Bailey Quintet on 6 October 1961 and issued

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  • The Ambassadors Big Band
    Saxophone section has has altos tenors and a baritone saxophone each one playing different notes that form part of the overall sound It is the unique arrangement that gives the full warm sound that only a Big Band can create Sample Tracks These can be played via the embedded player below or via links on right Autumn Leaves Kosma Arr Collins Autumn Leaves is a much recorded popular song Originally it was a 1945 French song Les feuilles mortes literally The Dead Leaves with music by Hungarian French composer Joseph Kosma and lyrics by poet Jacques Prà vert and the Hungarian title is Hulló levelek Falling Leaves Yves Montand with Irà ne Joachim introduced Les feuilles mortes in 1946 in the film Les Portes de la nuit Performance copyright 2014 The Ambassadors Big Band American Patrol American Patrol is a popular march written by Frank White F W Meacham in 1885 It incorporates both original musical themes by Meacham and melodies from American patriotic songs of the era such as Columbia the Gem of the Ocean and Dixie Composed for piano it was then arranged for wind band and published by Carl Fischer in 1891 Copyright was assigned to Meacham s widow Cora in 1912 and renewed in 1919 Jerry Gray arranged a swing version of the march for Glenn Miller s orchestra in 1941 and Morton Gould later composed his own unusual and often dissonant American Patrol for 3 Bands The patrol format was popular in the second half of the 19th century and other compositions bear titles such as Turkish Patrol Ethiopian Patrol Owl s Patrol Welsh Patrol and Arab Patrol The format was intended to represent a military band approaching passing and fading into the distance It typically included an introduction played p or pp in imitation

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  • Village Dance Club Ballroom Dancing
    skill and like all skills it requires time and practice Dance steps are not difficult to learn you will be surprised just how much you will learn in a very short time We can teach you a lot in 1 5 hours How much you practice will dictate how well you progress and how fast you pick up this skill We have lots of patience and we have a great track record in teaching anyone to dance If you really want to learn then we can teach you Practice makes perfect We propose to teach you the basics in 6 dances The basic movement and figures will enable you to get around any floor with your partner as well as dance with anyone else who has learnt to dance properly at a school or a club New beginners class coming soon For further details of the next beginners class please register your interest What do I need to dance Dance shoes are expensive and beginners are often reluctant to purchase these Some general purpose shoes can be suitable for dancing but will never replace good dance shoes Once you have tried proper dance shoes you will never settle for anything less For Men Clothing and shoes avoid clothing that can snag jewellery your partner might be wearing like baggy sweaters etc Latin dance shoes for jive cha cha rumba etc generally have a higher heel of 1 5 inches or more while a ballroom shoe is 1 2 to1 inch high Both styles should be light weight with a thin flexible sole A boots will restrict your ankle flexibility Avoid shoes with crepe or rubber sole as you will stick to the floor and they will slow you down For the Ladies General clothing and shoes The correct shoe for

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  • Shroton Ukulele Club
    was started in February 2014 with a first meeting in the Village Hall Shroton We have met there every Monday since While Shrotonians still make up the majority we have members from Shaftesbury Iwerne Minster Sturminster Newton and Blandford And from far away Chillmark As the teacher I suggested we take a break in the summer holidays but people kept turning up anyway assuring me they were quite capable of running the session in my absence Such is the independent spirit within the club Regular Gigs concerts Nowadays we gig regularly averaging around four concerts per month These include village fetes residential homes W I s and private parties We have our own lightweight P A system so can perform in larger venues as well as outdoors I think the secret to keeping our band together is not taking ourselves too seriously We practise hard but we also have a huge laugh ENQUIRIES We would be delighted to discuss your event and how we can help make it something special Please give Chris a call on 01258 863892 Members area Only Club members can access information music and sound files using this link Dont forget to scroll the window Copyright Turbolink Systems 2016 All rights reserved The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only We endeavour to keep the information up to date and correct we make no representations or warranties of any kind express or implied about the completeness accuracy reliability suitability or availability with respect to the website or the information products services or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation indirect or

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  • poole harbour news yacht survey moorings
    two vessels came adrift ended up on the beach at Hamworthy both fortunately missing the pier a short distance away A deep keel 31ft Tornado class on the beach Winds of 65 knots were recorded with the Needles recording gusts of 99 mph although this is possibly added to by a funnel effect caused by the location but still more than I would want to go out in Westerly Centaur broken away looking more like it was beautifully parked on the beach rather than stranded Is your insurance still in force Most insurance will have an in commission period often April October if on a swinging mooring but you can be sure if anything occurs after that time unless you have contacted them for an extension they can well refuse any claims if you were meant to be ashore or safe Check now Usually it will be the cleat that fails often I will see undersize fastenings or backing plates Not very often do you come across the deck coming off Check your primary mooring fastenings the backing plate These can do fail losing the boat for the want of a 1 50 bolt will haunt for for many years after the event Plus you might find the insurers claim neglect in some cases There are so many reasons a survey can be the savior of your boat Boats are being laid up thick fast now Most yards are very careful to check the props before during after gales but private clubs and yards might expect the owner to ensure their own boat s safety If in doubt get the yard foreman or moorings officer to confirm before doing it yourself You might be liable if there is a problem following your own adjustment lives can be have been lost

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