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CNL Brass 2009

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CNL Brass 2009

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Ron Boaden conducting CNL Brass in the Hunter Region Heat of the Band Association of NSW Battle of the Bands Entertainment Contest.<br /><br />The band’s youngest play, Edwin Johnson and Teena Wallace feature in the number Eine Kleine Oompah Music.
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Ken Duck, the Band’s Most Senior Citizen” supports the Raffle at the Hunter Regional Band Association’s Bands in the Park entertainment day on 1 November 2009
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CNL Brass players in a relaxed mode, chatting with several Newcastle PCYC Brass Band musicians at the Hunter Regional Band Association’s Bands in the Park entertainment day on 1 November 2009.
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CNL Brass members Robert Muir and his daughter Elizabeth Sturgeon relax with family while enjoying the performance of bands at the Hunter Regional Band Association’s Bands in the Park entertainment day on 1 November 2009. Both Robert and Elizabeth received the Band Association of NSW Fifteen Year Service Awards in 2007.<br />Robert used to drive Elizabeth to music lessons and band rehearsals when she first began to play and wait for her. He decided that he rather than do nothing whilst waiting, he would make better use of this time by learning an instrument. Robert plays <br />Eb Bass, while Elizabeth plays cornet.
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Clarence Leung features on flugel horn at the CNL Brass concert in support of the fundraising walk for volunteer group Head Start in October 2009. 
Clarence was presented with his fifteen year Band Association of New South Wales Service badge at the end of 2009. Clarence has been a continuous member of CNL Brass. He was promoted to Principal Cornet at the end of 2009. He also plays flugel horn.
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Ron Boaden conducting the Band
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Ron Boaden conducting the Band
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Edwin Johnson (youngest member-15 years) and Teena Wallace combine as a duet with the backing of the band
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Allan Shaw, President, CNL Brass, listens to band’s concert
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CNL Brass, with Musical Director Ron Boaden, at the 2009 Australian National Band Championships held in Sydney. The band contested Open C Grade Brass, but was unplaced.<br />Photograph: Shaun Murray Photography
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Richard Dray, Drum Major, is briefed by the inspecting regular army Warrant Officer, after the inspection of CNL Brass, at the 2009 National Australian Band Championships Parade of Bands. The Band was Champion C Grade Marching Band.
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Ron Boaden and Richard Dray

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