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CHAN 4555
Classic Brass

Classic Brass

The Classical Shop
release date: June 1991

Originally recorded in 1990

Artists:

Geoffrey Brand


Roy Newsome


Black Dyke Mills Band



Venue:

Huddersfield Town Hall



Producer:

Brian Culverhouse



Engineer:

Brian Couzens


Philip Couzens

(Assistant)

Record Label
Chandos Brass

Genre:

Brass




Total Time - 58:03
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JOHANN STRAUSS II

1 

`Die Fledermaus` Overture

7:56
  arranged Winter  
 

FRANZ SCHUBERT

2 

Marche militaire

3:48
  arranged Langford  
 

EDWARD GREGSON

3 

`The Plantagenets` Symphonic Study

11:52
   
 

LEV KNIPPER

4 

Cossack Patrol

3:07
  arranged Langford  
 

ROY NEWSOME

5 

Concorde

5:04
   
 

ERIC BALL

6 

Rhapsody on Negro Spirituals No. 2

8:47
   
 

EMMANUEL CHABRIER

7 

Marche Joyeuse

3:18
  arranged Langford  
 

GAETANO DONIZETTI

8 

`The Daughter of the Regiment` Overture

6:22
  arranged Langford  
 

JACQUES OFFENBACH

9 

`Tales of Hoffman`: Barcarolle

2:24
   
 

EMMANUEL CHABRIER

10 

España

5:25
  arranged Langford  
   
 Geoffrey Brand
 Roy Newsome
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*****
This is a good collection of music by one of the oldest and best-known brass bands in the world, now known just as the Black Dyke Band. Seven tracks are transcribed for the brass band while the other three are composed for the brass band. The playing is excellent and the music is very enjoyable. You may want to tap your foot to the music ever so often. These are analogue recordings made in the 70s and have been excellently transferred to digital. The quality is top notch and there is no indication like noise or tape hiss that this is an older recording. It is probably better than many modern compressed digital recordings. If you are a lover of brass music or you want a brass band twist to light classical music this will be a good addition to your collection. If you are new to brass music you may want to try an album which covers more standard brass band music.
I Andrew