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Brahms: Four Hands – Aebersold and Neiweem piano duo

8 July 2014

Brahms: Four Hands – Aebersold and Neiweem piano duo

This is the premiere recording of the Brahms Concerto #1 in D Minor (Four Hand Piano Arrangement by Brahms himself).

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OrchestraPro: Horn – David Krehbiel

8 July 2014

OrchestraPro: Horn – David Krehbiel

The OrchestraPro series is presented by distinguished orchestral musicians presenting playing and narrative tips on the most popular orchestra excerpts for the instrument.

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Electric Dawn – Columbus State University Wind Ensemble

8 July 2014

Electric Dawn – Columbus State University Wind Ensemble

PROKOFIEV: Overture, Op. 42 “American” • MARTINÒ: Memorial to Lidice 7 • ARUTIUNIAN: Rhapsody for Trumpet & Winds • HAZO: Perthshire Majesty • P. GRAHAM: Pentium • THEOFANIDIS: Etenraku • TRAD: Amazing Grace • J.M. DAVID: Sinfonietta No. 1 “In the blue of the electric dawn”

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Whispers of the Past – Peter Cooper

8 July 2014

Whispers of the Past – Peter Cooper

Whispers of the Past is a recording for oboe and harp that explores a variety of musical transcriptions that capture an enormous array of emotions and colors.

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OrchestraPro: Clarinet – Larry Combs

8 July 2014

OrchestraPro: Clarinet – Larry Combs

The OrchestraPro series is presented by distinguished orchestral musicians presenting playing and narrative tips on the most popular orchestra excerpts for the instrument.

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Transitions – Three Voices

8 July 2014

Transitions – Three Voices

“There’s an odd but interesting phenomenon frequently in play today in jazz wherein a recorded effort attempts to “move ahead” by looking back on the past and “playing tribute” moebius-like. In some instances, the effort works only on the “playing tribute” level, but, not much more. That’s definitely not the case here. With Three Voices’ “Transitions” Trumpeter Kim Pensyl, vibraphonist Rusty Burge, and bassist, Michael Sharfe collaborate superbly saluting a group of GASers and, with significant taste and flair, deliver a most enjoyable, very easy-to-take CD.

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Legacy of an Artist – tribute to Arnold Jacobs, vol. II

8 July 2014

Legacy of an Artist – tribute to Arnold Jacobs, vol. II

This new recording — like its earlier companion CD Portrait of an Artist — showcases the incredible artistry, musicianship, and teaching of Arnold Jacobs, legendary tubist of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra 1944-1988. This unique audio portrait is comprised entirely of recordings of Jacobs’ voice from master classes, lectures, and interviews, combined with rare recordings of Jacobs as soloist, brass ensemble member with CSO colleagues, and home practice recordings. The accompanying booklet discusses the enduring legacy and contributions that Arnold Jacobs made to the field of brass teaching and orchestral performance.

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Cornet Fantasie – Joshua Whitehouse

8 July 2014

Cornet Fantasie – Joshua Whitehouse

A member of the Sonoran Brass Quintet, Joshua Whitehouse has studied at the Eastman School, the Tanglewood Institute, the Curtis Institute, the University of Maine and Arizona State University. Until recently, he was a professor of trumpet and music theory at the University of Maine, where he served as director of Maine Summer Youth Music. Josh Whitehouse is well known as an outstanding performer and teacher throughout the Northeast. Over the years, the trumpet repertoire has tended to be limited to just a few well-known composers such as Haydn, Hummel and Arutiunian. Even the repertoire of the trumpet’s cousin, the cornet, has been restricted to the showy variations by Arban and Clarke. Fortunately, there is a treasury of gems for the trumpet and cornet by lesser-known composers, wonderful solo pieces many of which are showcased on this album.

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L’anacoreta – Andrea Giuffredi

8 July 2014

L’anacoreta – Andrea Giuffredi

Andrea Giuffredi is back with an amazing display of trumpet wizardry, phenomenally mixed with his many trumpets … he is one of the most well-known and appreciated trumpeters in Italy.

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Dances with Brass – Washington Symphonic Brass

8 July 2014

Dances with Brass – Washington Symphonic Brass

Phil Snedecor of Washington Symphonic Brass has created all new original arrangements of famous dance-inspiring, rhythmic masterpieces by Strauss, Respighi, Ginastera, Shostakovitch, and even Björk! These works are performed with all the usual precision and enthusiam the WSB is famous for.

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