Festive Brass - A collection of favourite modern and traditional Christmas music for brass ensemble

Festive Brass - A collection of favourite modern and traditional Christmas music for brass ensemble

HS191207 (Hoxa Recordings, CD)

DDD
NEW RELEASE (27 November 2020)
Tracks: 17
Booklet pages: 4
℗ 2019 Hoxa
© 2019 Hoxa
Main country of recording: United Kingdom
Country of manufacture: European Union
Reviewer: Keith Bramich
Review of Festive Brass - A collection of favourite modern and traditional Christmas music for brass ensemble published on 26 December 2020

Bristol Brass Consort:

Paul Harris, trumpet, flugelhorn
Tom Deakin, trumpet, piccolo trumpet
Paul Tomlinson, french horn
John Cornick, trombone
Simon Derrick, tuba

Richard Jeffrey-Gray, celeste (track 8)

traditional, arranged by Paul Harris:

1 Ding Dong Merrily On High

traditional German, arranged by Roger Harvey:

2 Es Ist Ein Ros' Entsprungen

traditional, arranged by Paul Harris:

3 Gaudete

anonymous, arranged by Paul Harris:

4 Angelus ad Virginem

Mel Torme, arranged by John Cornick:

5 Christmas Song

Ariel Ramirez, arranged by Paul Harris:

6 La Peregrinacion

traditional, arranged by Roger Harvey:

7 Coventry Carol

traditional, arranged by Don Gilles:

8 Westminster Carol

Johann Sebastian Bach, arranged by Paul Harris:

9 Wachet Auf

traditional German, arranged by Vince Guaraldi:

10 O Tannenbaum

traditional, arranged by Roger Harvey:

11 Past 3 O'Clock

Franz Gruber, arranged by Roger Harvey:

12 Silent Night

traditional, arranged by Roger Harvey:

13 Sussex Carol

Polish traditional, arranged by Roger Harvey:

14 Infant Holy

traditional, arranged by John Iveson:

15 Jingle Bells - Deck the Halls

Hugh Martin, arranged by Paul Harris:

16 Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

traditional, arranged by John Rutter:

17 Bonus track - a special message from the BBC

Recorded (in 2019?) at St Edyth's Church, Sea Mills, Bristol, UK

 

 

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