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  1. Genesis

    The debut solo CD from 2015 BBC Radio 2 Young Brass Musician of the Year Grant Jameson.

    £13.95
  2. A Search for Peace

    Accompanied by Carlton Main Frickley Colliery Band

    £7.99
  3. In Principal

    Musicians like Tom Hutchinson are rare in the world of brass bands. Passionately devoted to his art, I have seen at close quarters Tom's development over the last three years into surely one of the best cornet players of his generation. With a classic and elegant 'brass band' sound and a technique seemingly knowing no limits, Tom also possesses that quality we recognise in all wonderful exponents of their craft - he makes it all look so easy! In short, he is the model Principal Cornet for any brass band, particularly Cory Band, and his debut solo CD In Principal charts the remarkable first stage in his ascent to the pantheon of great cornet players.

    Philip Harper

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  4. Radio City

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  5. Paradiso e Inferno

    In his first solo release, Matthew resurrects the long-lost Jekyll and Hyde character of the trombone, pushing the very extremes of the expressive spectrum, pairing composers seldom associated with one another.

    £7.99
  6. Lost Treasures

    Accompanied by Geert Callaert

    £14.95
  7. Parallel Realities

    British Bandsman, Brass Band World and 4barsrest Solo CD of the Year 2015.

    CD from David Thornton featuring new repertoire for the Euphonium with electronic and brass quintet accompaniments.

    £7.99
  8. Urbanicity

    Urbanicity is a CD of contemporary music for Eb Tenor Horn, piano and percussion, which embodies Julien's desire to expand the repertoire of the Tenor Horn.

    £7.99
  9. Out of Bounds

    Out of Bounds contains interesting and little known 20th and 21st Century music for Bass Trombone in a chamber music setting. The instrument is rarely heard as the soloist with chamber ensembles and most of the pieces on this disc are rarely performed or have not previously been recorded. The Bass Trombone can be heard running as a rich thread through the works.

    Michael Eversden is the Principal Bass Trombonist with the North Netherlands Symphony Orchestra and has worked as a freelancer with nearly all the major Dutch and British orchestras. On this disc he performs alongside the Gaudi String Quartet, Amsterdam Wind Quintet, and NNO Brass ensemble.

    £7.99
  10. Platinum Celebration

    The latest solo CD from Glyn Williams which celebrates his 20 years of service in the Solo Euphonium seat at Foden's Band. On this disc, he duets with brother Aled playing Deep Inside the Sacred Temple. He is also joined by Foden's colleague Mark Bousie and legends of the Euphonium, Trevor Groom and Lyndon Baglin, for the Euphonium quartet Ave Verum.

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  11. Dutch Variations

    The latest multitrack Euphonium and Baritone CD from Amsterdam Staff Band Baritone player Jorijn van Hese.

    £5.99
  12. Happy Service

    Multitrack Euphonium and Baritone performances from Amsterdam Staff Band Baritone player Jorijn Van Hese.

    £5.99
  13. Flight

    Accompanied by Brass Band Buizingen

    £13.95
  14. Barber

    John Barber is one of the most versatile musicians working at the 'sharp' end of the British brass band scene, as a performing artist and educator. The range of music on this album demonstrates his range; from the symphonic scope of three trombone concertos to the gentle, jazzy lyricism of his own very personal piano miniatures.

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  15. The Golden Apples of the Sun

    Yasuaki was born in Japan and started playing percussion when he was 15 years old. He gained a Psychology degree from Nihon University before studying percussion at the Royal Northern College of Music from where he graduated in June 2014.

    Yasuaki is interested in expanding the repertoire for solo percussion with brass band accompaniment, commissioning works such as Battlefield and Marimba Concerto (David Danford), Antracite Dances (James McFadyen) and The Golden Apples of the Sun (Rodney Newton) all of which receive their premiere recordings on this album.

     

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  16. A New Dawn

    It's true to say that every instrument, in its quest to find a place within the landscape of music, needs its champions, pioneers and virtuosi. Where would the violin be without Paganini or Menuhin; the piano without Liszt or Horowitz; the trumpet without Andre or Marsalis?

    To lead the tenor horn into undiscovered territory, enter Owen Farr. Not only has Owen dedictated so much of his life to developing the most incredible technique the instrument has ever known, he continues to spearhead the growth of its repertoire, the latest step along the path of which is this solo album, consisting entirely of premiere recordings. Across the ever-changing landscape of music, a new dawn has arrived!

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  17. A Mi Manera

    "Dear Lito, find the strength, think and act 'doing it your way', without any fear. Never abandon your dreams, even if they will bring changes."

    Dad, thank you so much - almost one year has passed now since your words of encouragement - and I have to admit that you were right. Now that you are no longer with us, I can strongly feel your legacy; to love my roots and to express myself with courage; "A mi manera - doing it my way".

    - Lito Fontana

    £13.95
  18. Big Notes

    Brass FX is an ensemble formed of outstanding Australian brass and percussion players who perform music which is new, exciting and uplifting. The players are proficient in musical styles covering jazz, swing and the classics and are all soloists in their own right.

    For this, its debut album, Brass FX is joined by the world€™s most celebrated jazz multi-instrumentalist, James Morrison, and the world€™s most exciting young trombone player, Peter Moore. 

    James Morrison is, by any standard, a virtuoso in the true sense of the word.Widely known for his trumpet playing, he also performs on soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophones, clarinet, flugel horn, bass trumpet, trombone, euphonium, tuba, string bass, guitar and piano. 

    Peter Moore, the youngest ever winner of the BBC Young Musician of The Year competition in 2008 at the age of just 12, is now in much demand as a trombone soloist, performing across Europe with some of the world's most celebrated orchestras. He has twice toured Australia with outstanding success and on completing a tour of the Far East with the London Symphony Orchestra, was appointed as its Co-Principal Trombone, an incredible achievement for an 18 year old.

    £5.99
  19. World Concerto

    Accompanied by Amsterdam Staff Band

    £5.99
  20. Generations

    It is not uncommon for families to become prominent in Salvation Army corps for several generations. At the beginning of the 20th Century, the Doe family were not only significant in Hendon Corps but also ran a successful butcher's business. Little could they know that, by advertising in the Salvation Army press for a master butcher, they would be paving the way for another family to play a unique role in the corps for over 100 years! The successful applicant was Fred H Cobb whose leadership qualities were recognised quickly with his appointment as Bandmaster in 1913, a position he held until retirement in 1947.

    Although this CD doesn't feature Fred Cobb in any direct way, his personal and Christian qualities have been handed down through the family and have motivated subsequent generations of Cobbs into becoming outstanding musicians.

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  21. Pearls

    Pearls is the worthy successor to the superb award-winning Diamonds album that Steven recorded with The Central Band of the Royal Air Force in 2012.

    Here we witness Steven at his virtuosic best in an album that will delight casual listeners as well as the most dedicated devotees of the euphonium and Steven's playing. The repertoire covers many styles and has some wonderful new compositions and arrangements.

    £5.99
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