Episode #1615

Brass Tracks II

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Sunday, April 17, 2016

pipe organ stops (JMC Photos/flickr)

Tune in Sunday at 11 pm as Michael Barone explores the literature of works written for pipe organ and brass, including trumpet, tuba and ensemble. He'll feature works by the 17th-century Italian Renaissance composer Giovanni Viviani to more modern pieces by Craig Phillips and Carlyle Sharpe.

Program Playlist:

Eugene Gigout: Grand Choeur Dialogue
Columbia Brass & Percussion Ensemble, Maurice Peress; E. Power Biggs (1958 Möller/St. George’s Episcopal Church, New York City)

Giovanni Viviani: Sonata No. 1 for Trumpet and Organ
Edward Tarr, trumpet; Claudio Frigerio, cello; Irmtraud Krüger (1581 Romani/Chiesa di San Niccolo, Florence, Italy)

Craig Phillips: Suite for Organ, Brass and Percussion
WTAMU Faculty Brass Quintet; John Benton, percussion; Joseph Galema (1942 Aeolian-Skinner/St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Amarillo, TX)

Daniel Pinkham: Dragons and Deeps
Randall Montgomery, tuba; Abbey Hallberg Siegfried (1969 Noack/Trinity Lutheran Church, Worcester, MA)

Einojuhani Rautavaara: Hymnus
Michael Tunnell, trumpet; David Wagner (1994 Schantz/1st Presbyterian Church, Jeffersonville, IN)

Carlyle Sharpe: Prelude, Elegy and Scherzo
Chicago Gargoyle Brass & Organ Ensemble, Rodney Holmes, director; Jared Stellmacher (2006 Rodgers/St. Michael the Archangel Church, Wheaton, IL)

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