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DO 326

Sempre Libera - David Thornton

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2014

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Brighouse & Rastrick Band


Prof. David King


David Thornton



Venue:

Peel Hall, Salford

14 & 15 Sept 2013

Producer:

Daniel Lock



Engineer:

Melissa Dee & Sam Grainger



Record Label
Doyen

Genre:

Brass




Total Time - 59:58
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VERDI

arr. Peter Graham
1 

Fantasy on 'Sempre Libera'

4:28
 

JAMES CURNOW

trs. Bryant
2 

Symphonic Variants

18:05
 

ENZO DE ROSA

3 

Andante Ispirato

2:12
   
 

KIT TURNBULL

 

Blue Rider

 
4 I Untitled (1910) 4:32
5 II Several Circles (1926) 4:18
6 III Compsition VIII (1923) 6:09
   
 

HANNAH DRAGE

7 

Ephemeral

4:23
 

WILFRED HEATON

8 

Wonderful Words

4:09
 

RICHARD PHILLIPS

9 

In Christ Alone

3:30
 

JOHN CORIGLIANO

10 

Fancy on a Bach Air

4:57
 

STEVEN BRYANT

11 

Hummingbird

3:15
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                             Programme ****        Performance *****         Recording ****         Presentation ****

 "...In a programme that spans a vast stylistic range, from the sacred to the secular, from the world of grand opera to Kit Turnbull’s Kandinsky inspired Blue Rider ... the choice of music emerges as both intriguing and adventurous. More striking still, however, is the remarkable level of technical command allied with unflinching control and sensitivity that David Thornton brings to a recording that is sure to be a serious contender for solo CD of the year at the end of 2014... arguably, David Thornton’s finest solo CD."

Christopher Thomas - Brass Band World magazine - April 2014




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