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German Brass - Das Deutsche Blechbläserquintett

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Heinrich Finck | Johann Sebastian Bach | Morley Calvert | Francis Poulenc | Don Carlo Gesualdo | Victor Ewald | Enrique Crespo

"It is all great fun and well worth repeated hearings, if you aren’t in too serious a mood. The recording is close and clean. Brief notes are moderately helpful. Recommended." (Fanfare)

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Heinrich Finck Schöne außerlesene lieder des hoch berümpten Heinrici Finckens (01:47) German Brass | Enrique Crespo

Johann Sebastian BachGerman Brass | Enrique Crespo

Morley Calvert Suite from the Monteregian Hills (08:55) German Brass | Enrique Crespo

Francis Poulenc Sonate für Horn, Trompete und Posaune (08:06) German Brass | Enrique Crespo

Don Carlo GesualdoGerman Brass | Enrique Crespo

Victor Ewald Quintett für Blechbläser op. 5 (13:21) German Brass | Enrique Crespo

Enrique Crespo Amerikanische Suite für Blechbläser Nr. 1 (18:19) German Brass | Enrique Crespo

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Fanfare | 4/1988 | July 1, 1988

The German Brass Quintet CD is drawn from two earlier issues. I reviewed the first of the two several years ago in Fanfare. Though I can’t locateMehr lesen

The German Brass Quintet CD is drawn from two earlier issues. I reviewed the first of the two several years ago in Fanfare. Though I can’t locate the issue, I know I was favourably inclined. The first five items listed here are from that issue. The other three are presumably excerpted from the later one. The playing is flawless. The programming, though somewhat esoteric, is well chosen. The majority of the times is occupied by works from our own century. Aside from the early (1922) sonata by Poulenc, the others will probably be unknown. Victor Ewald’s 1911 quintet is stunning. Morley Calverts’s 1962 suite is rather jazzy and attractive. Enrique Crespo’s 1977 work relies on ragtime and Latin rhythms throughout most of its 18:23. It is all great fun and well worth repeated hearings, if you aren’t in too serious a mood. The recording is close and clean. Brief notes are moderately helpful. Recommended.
The German Brass Quintet CD is drawn from two earlier issues. I reviewed the first of the two several years ago in Fanfare. Though I can’t locate

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German Brass - Das Deutsche Blechbläserquintett
article number: 95.401
EAN barcode: 4009410954015
price group: BCH
release date: 1. January 1986
total time: 62 min.

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