The Trumpets That Time Forgot
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Cat No: BKD242
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 25th August 2014
WorksOrgan Sonata no.2, op.87a
Suite for two trumpets and organ, op.149
Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme, op.60 (suite)
ArtistsJonathan Freeman-Attwood (trumpet)
John Wallace (trumpet)
Colm Carey (organ)
Originally released in 2004, ‘The Trumpets That Time Forgot’ has been re-issued as part of Linn’s ECHO series which offers a second chance to enjoy the best of the label’s award-winning catalogue.
Colm Carey’s new arrangements transform these pieces to reveal an extraordinary new 19th-century sound world of dazzling dialogues, wide dynamic range and beguiling lyricism.
‘The Trumpets That Time Forgot’ deliberately makes up for ‘lost time’ to give the solo trumpet a richly deserved history in this period.
The Strauss movements provide a trio of light vignettes between the significant four-movement Rheinberger Suite (a Concerto in all but name) and Elgar’s Sonata. In the case of the latter, this version provides a new dimension to a work which Elgar composed originally as the Severn Suite for brass band and reworked as his 2nd Organ Sonata. Here, the two worlds meet in the middle.
Trumpeter Jonathan Freeman-Attwood is Principal of the Royal Academy of Music in London and also pursues an active career as a performer, writer and award-winning record producer.
John Wallace is principal trumpet with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Long acclaimed as a virtuoso trumpeter, his performances as soloist with leading orchestras and conductors throughout the world have established him as a musician of enormous distinction.
Colm Carey, a leading organist of the younger generation, has gained a reputation as a remarkable and distinctive performer. Colm Carey is much committed to the development of the organ as a chamber instrument and has commissioned and transcribed many works for different media involving organ.
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