American Brass Quintet: Gave its first public performance on December 11, 1960, brass chamber music was still relatively young to concert audiences. The Chicago Brass Quintet had originated the concept of a brass quintet in 1948, followed by the New York Brass Quintet in 1954
Chamber Music of Eric Ewazen. American Brass Quintet, St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble, William Sharp. Music of David Felder. Arditti String Quartet, Harvey Sollberger, Rachel Rudich, American Brass Quintet, June in Buffalo Chamber Orchestra, Bradley Lubman. American Brass Quintet: Works by Bolcom, Druckman, Shapey, Wright. Michael Powell, Chris Gekker, American Brass Quintet, Raymond Mase, Robert Biddlecome, David Wakefield.
American Brass Quintet. Founded in 1960, the American Brass Quintet seeks to promote serious brass chamber music. We're doing a Throwback Thursday here - to last Saturday's American Brass Quintet performance raciously acknowledged them from the stage, fondly remembering that renowned trumpet player Allan Dean, now in the audience, played with the ABQ back in the 1960s. Dean, who later played with the New York Brass Quintet and the St. Louis Brass, also played in early music groups including Calliope, and will soon retire from teaching at Yale.
American Brass Quintett, The American Brass Quintet, Trio Of The American Brass Quintet. American Brass Quintet. Mid-19th Century Music On Period Instruments (LP, Album). Luke's Chamber Ensemble, William Sharp (2), Chris Gekker, Scott Brubaker, Colette Valentine, Eric Ewazen. Luke's Chamber Ensemble, William Sharp (2), Chris Gekker, Scott Brubaker, Colette Valentine, Eric Ewazen - Chamber Music Of Eric Ewazen (CD). Well Tempered Productions.
Eric Ewazen (/ɪˈweɪzən/; born March 1, 1954, Cleveland, Ohio) is an American composer and teacher. Ewazen studied composition under Samuel Adler, Milton Babbitt, Gunther Schuller, Joseph Schwantner, Warren Benson, and Eugene Kurtz at the Eastman School of Music and The Juilliard School (where he received numerous composition awards, prizes, and fellowships).
Album: Chamber Music of Eric Ewazen. American Brass Quintet - Quintet: IId. Little Suite of Miniatures - Largo - Allegretto Jewels, 2007 03:04. Artist: American Brass Quintet American Brass Quintet, St.
Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). The American Brass Quintet is hands down the best classical brass quintet in the nation if not the world. to cast a shadow" a very dramatic song cycle with William Sharpe, baritone, Chris Gekker, trumpet and Colette Valentine, piano. The trumpet introduces a lot of the material and is constantly dancing around as a sort of chorus. Chris Gekker is a marvelous trumpet player (who commissioned this work) and William Sharp gives an amazing reading. The piece itself is very sensual and for text uses poetry by Katherine Gekker (Chris Gekker's sister).
Chamber Music for Brass : Sonatina for Two Trumpets, commissioned by Stephen Jones, premiered in Italy, February, 2004 by Stephen Jones and Ivano Ascari, 4’(Ewazen). Pastorale" for Trumpet, Trombone and Piano (an arrangement of the middle movement of "Ballade, Pastorale and Dance, originally for flute, horn and piano. Colchester Fantasy", for brass quintet (for the American Brass quintet, recorded by them on Summit Records), 1987, 18'(Brass Ring-Hickeys). Frost Fire", for brass quintet (commissioned by the American Brass Quintet for their 30th anniversary, and recorded by them on Well-Tempered Productions), 1990, 16’(Brass Ring-Hickeys ). Recorded by the American Brass Quintet on Well-Tempered Productions. This also exists in a version for brass orchestra. 1997, 5'(Southern).
|Frost Fire for brass quintet|
|1||1. Bright and Fast||American Brass Quintet||4:17|
|2||2. Gentle and Mysterious||American Brass Quintet||5:38|
|3||3. Tense and Dramatic||American Brass Quintet||4:55|
|To Cast a Shadow Again for baritone, trumpet & string quartet|
|4||1. Stopped by the stream||American Brass Quintet||2:46|
|5||2. Luminescent moonlight||American Brass Quintet||1:45|
|6||3. Two bees||American Brass Quintet||1:00|
|7||4. That didn't take too long||American Brass Quintet||3:01|
|8||Interlude||American Brass Quintet||1:49|
|9||5. Everyone says it snowed last night||American Brass Quintet||2:52|
|10||6. Hands underwater on my body||American Brass Quintet||2:02|
|11||7. Cordite surrounded you - 8. Lie down and cry||American Brass Quintet||4:02|
|Quintet for Trumpet & Strings|
|12||1. Allegro Moderato||American Brass Quintet||4:38|
|13||2. Allegro molto (scherzo)||American Brass Quintet||4:32|
|14||3. Adagio (elegia)||American Brass Quintet||5:01|
|15||4. Allegro agitato||American Brass Quintet||4:11|
|Sonata for Horn|
|16||1. Andnate - Allegro molto||American Brass Quintet||5:33|
|17||2. Adagio||American Brass Quintet||5:02|
|18||3. Allegretto||American Brass Quintet||3:52|
|19||4. Lento - Allegro molto - Presto||American Brass Quintet||4:49|
CreditsAdam Abeshouse - Engineer, Producer
American Brass Quintet - Ensemble, Primary Artist
Robert E. Biddlecome - Photography
Linda Lee Boyd - Unknown Contributor Role
E. Scott Brubaker - French Horn
Eric Ewazen - Liner Notes, Piano, Unknown Contributor Role
Tony Fasanella - Art Direction
Kathy Geisler - Executive Producer
Christopher Gekker - Liner Notes, Trumpet
Katherine Gekker - Poetry
Marc Senasac - Mastering
William Sharp - Baritone (Vocal)
St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble - Ensemble
Todd Stanton - Unknown Contributor Role
Andrew Thomas - Liner Notes
Colette Valentine - Piano