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GEN 16427
EAN: 4260036254273
18.90 €

James Morrison (*1962)  
Stift Melk Fanfare, Piccolo Trumpet played by James Morrison
World Premiere Recording
Sergei Prokofiev (1891–1953)  
The Love for Three Oranges
Sergei Prokofiev  
Romeo and Juliet, Suite No. 1 and No. 2
Montagues and Capulets
Death of Tybalt
Richard Wagner (1813–1883)  
Tristan und Isolde (Act III), WWV 90
Liebestod / World Premiere Recording of this arrangement by Steven Verhaert
Georges Bizet (1838–1875)  
Carmen Suite No. 1 and No. 2
Les Dragons d`Alcala
La Garde Montante
Danse Bohème
Leonard Bernstein (1918–1990)  
West Side Story Suite
Something´s Coming
Mambo and Cha Cha
Cool and Somewhere

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Works by Leonard Bernstein, Georges Bizet, James Morrison, Sergei Prokofiev, and Richard Wagner

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More than 24 nations have joined together in the European Brass Ensemble, which has found its home at the Melk Abbey in Austria. This elite ensemble is waiting to captivate us with its first GENUIN CD, which features world premiere recordings and presents sensational trumpeter James Morrison, also building a wonderful bridge that spans an imaginative program, guaranteed to make brass lovers’ mouths water. From Bernstein to Wagner, Prokofiev to Bizet – after enjoying this CD, we’re left without a doubt that love, passion, and sorrow can’t be better portrayed on stage than by a legion of precious metal…

"Top class playing makes this a rewarding program with a superior brass ensemble. Truly exciting!"
Review by Remy Franck in the magazine Pizzicato, 21.11.2016

MusicWeb International
"The energy and drive are palpable, the precision at times breathtaking, and the control of tempo and dynamics something to marvel at. (...) Undoubtedly the EBE is a crack ensemble, with much to enjoy throughout this CD, and plaudits of course to Thomas Clamor."
Review on the MusicWeb International by Des Hutchinson, December 2016

"As is consistently true with Genuin, the sound is state-of-the-art: clean, bold, and open, showing off the ensemble’s potent low brass, blazing trumpets, resonant horns, and incisive percussion, but just as effectively revealing the subtle balance and kaleidoscopic color of these outstanding musicians."
Review on the magazine Fanfare by Ronald E. Grames, 12/15/2016