|1||Air Varie||J. Ramain|
|2||Air Varie||Vasseilliere fils|
|3||Premier Solo||Henri Pottier|
|4||Grand Solo (Andante et Allegro)||Hedwige Cretien|
|5||Solo de Concours||Adrien Barthe|
|6||Piece de Concert||Paul Veronge de la Nux|
|7||Variations Brilliantes opus 14||Jean Paque|
|8||Concert Aria||Emile Wambach|
|Premier Concertino||Charles Gaucet|
|12||2eme Concertino||Charles Gaucet|
|Release Date||3 May 2018|
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Such a collection of forgotten music from another age is a remarkable project in its own right. When combined with musicianship of this quality, however, it becomes an outstanding CD that will be appreciated by musicians the world over.
This is the second album in which euphonium ace Glenn van Looy has collaborated with conductor and musicologist Luc Vertommen in reviving solo repertoire from the 19th and early 20th century brass repertoire from France and Belgium.
Lost Treasures Volume 2 is documented with musical insight and historical context by Luc Vertommen, and the performances faithfully captured by the World of Sound team.