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The Kentucky Baroque Trumpets formed in 2004 after Don Johnson was inspired at the Historic Brass Society Festival. The band performs a wide-ranging repertoire on both baroque and modern trumpets, keeping it's music accessible to a variety of audiences. This release captures the essence of great music before 1700, including composers such as Jean Baptiste Lully and Giovanni Battista Ferrini.
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Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition; Clementi: Sonata in F sharp minor, Op. 25 No. 5; Schumann: Faschingsschwank aus Wien, Op. 26 / Anastasia Seifetdinova, piano
Cello Concertos by Johann Adelph Hasse, Johann Wilhelm Hertel, CPE Bach / Alexander Rudin, Musica Viva
Johann Jakob Walther (1650-1704): Hortulus Chelicus / Sean Yung-Hsiang Wang, baroque violin; Matthew Dirst, harpsichord; Barrett Sills, baroque cello
Max Reger (1873-1916): Complete Organ Works, Volumes 1-17 / Martin Schmeding, organ [17 CDs]
'Transformations' - Schuller: Tuba Concerto; Stockhausen: Harmonien; Dana Wilson: Concerto for Tuba & Winds; David Lang: Are you Experienced? For electric tuba, narrator & CO / Aaron Tindall, tuba
Fauré: Pavane; Barcarolles, Nos. 5-7; Nocturnes No. 4 & 6; Apres un reve, Op. 7/1; Nine Preludes, Op. 103; 'Pelléas et Mélisande', suite / Louis Lortie, piano
Robert Russell Bennett (1891-1981) - Music for Wind Band: Suite of American Dances; Down to the Sea in Ships; Preludes (4); Symphonic Songs; Autobiography / Royal Northern College of Music Winds
Saint-Saens: Piano Quartet, Op. 41; Chausson: Piano Quartet, Op. 30 / Schubert Ensemble
Johann Jakob Walther (1650-1704): Hortulus Chelicus and Scherzi / Eco dell'Anima