Czech Philharmonic Low Brass | Artesmon AS7402

Czech Philharmonic Low Brass


Label: Artesmon

Cat No: AS7402

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Release Date: 2nd October 2015



Marie Cervova (organ)
Jan Prchal (drums)
Czech Philharmonic Low Brass


Bartek, Mojmir


Crespo, Enrique

Bruckner Etude fur das tiefe Blech

Grieg, Edvard

Peer Gynt: Suite no.1, op.46
» I Morning
» IV In the Hall of the Mountain King
Peer Gynt: Suite no.2, op.55
» no.4 Solveig's song

Kmoch, Frantisek

Am Motor

Kozel, Vaclav


Mascagni, Pietro

Cavalleria rusticana
» Intermezzo

Michna, Adam Vaclav

The Czech Lute (13 songs)
» I Predmluva
» IV Svadebni prstynek
» IX Andelske pratelstvi
» VIII Dusiveno
» VI Zehnani s svetem

Naulais, Jerome


Pezel, Johann

Sonata in B major

Storl, Johann Georg Christian


Vejvanovsky, Pavel Josef

Sonata Vespertina


Marie Cervova (organ)
Jan Prchal (drums)
Czech Philharmonic Low Brass


Here we find the trombones, bass trombone and tuba of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra in festive mode with a selection of rare Baroque composers - Johann Georg Christian Storl, Adam Michna, Johann Christoph Pezel and Pavel Josef Vejvanovsky - alongside Grieg and lots more. On some tracks they are joined by Marie Cerova, organ and Jan Prchal percussion.

Low Brass continues the ongoing Artesmon series in which members of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra perform in chamber music ensembles. This one ends with The Engine by Frantisek Kmoch. It is all played with real style, and since it was recorded in Prague's Rudolfinum, home of the Czech Philhamonic Orchestra, the sound is genuine Hi-Fi!

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