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Over the Horizon

Artist: Steve Stewart (Soprano Cornet) with Cory Band

SKU: 22186-group

Catalogue Number: DOY CD376

Quick Overview

The hotly anticipated Soprano Cornet solo CD from Steve Stewart and Cory Band.

To hear previews, and to purchase individual tracks from this album, please select your desired file type.


Product Name Price Qty

Over the Horizon

Over the Horizon - CD
£13.95

Over the Horizon

Over the Horizon - Full Album (mp3)
£9.99

Over the Horizon

Over the Horizon - Full Album (FLAC)
£11.95

Availability: In stock

Details

1 Rhapsody for Eb Soprano Cornet Robert Eaves Steve Stewart (Soprano Cornet) with Cory Band
  Concertino for Eb Soprano Cornet Darrol Barry Steve Stewart (Soprano Cornet) with Cory Band
2 i. Adagio    
3 ii. Lento    
4 iii. Vivo    
5 Soliloquy Darrol Barry Steve Stewart (Soprano Cornet) with Cory Band
  Concerto for Soprano Cornet Dan Price Steve Stewart (Soprano Cornet) with Cory Band
6 i. Intrada (Mathilde)    
7 ii. Poem (Rachel)    
8 iii. Scherzo (Boris)    
9 Capriccio Philip Sparke Steve Stewart (Soprano Cornet) with Cory Band
10 Brandane Rhapsody Ken Ferguson Steve Stewart (Soprano Cornet) with Cory Band
11 Fantasy for Trumpet Malcolm Arnold Steve Stewart (Soprano Cornet)
12 Over the Horizon Christopher Bond Steve Stewart (Soprano Cornet) with Cory Band

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  1. Listening Post No. 156 review by Tim Mutum on 10/09/2018

    There was a certain poignancy in picking up again Steve Stewart's debut album Over the Horizon in the week that Darrol Barry passed away, as two of his compositions dominate the early part of the programme.
    There is much else that is new, including an intriguing Brandane Rhapsody from Ken Ferguson, and some earlier works for the Soprano from Edward Gregson and Philip Sparke, as well as a sparkling rendition of Malcolm Arnold's Fantasy for Trumpet. This disc was a year in the making, but well worth the wait.

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