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Earthquake!

Soli Brass

Earthquake!

...an aural retrospective of Soli Brass
ACD HA 011-2 (Aliud)
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FLAC 16bit 44.1kHz 295.8MB $13.00

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ALAC 16bit 44.1kHz 306.0MB $13.00

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MP3 320k 44.1kHz 199.5MB $11.00
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Tracks: Listen and Download

Format
Track Time Listen
1
Solidus

Solidus

Composer Alfred Willering
Band Soli Brass
02:52 Play $1.70
2
The Red Machine

The Red Machine

Composer Peter Graham
Band Soli Brass
10:13 Play $5.10
3
My Unchanging Friend

My Unchanging Friend

Composer

Ivor Bosanko

Soloist Hendrik de Boer - Euphonium
Band Soli Brass
07:08 Play $3.40
4
Nocturne

Nocturne

Composer Torstein Aagaard-Nilson
Band Soli Brass
04:20 Play $1.70
5
Joyous Song

Joyous Song

Composer

Richard Philips

Soloist Johan Breetveld - cornet
Band Soli Brass
12:10 Play $5.10
6
Earthquake

Earthquake

Composer Jan de Haan
Band Soli Brass
18:21 Play $6.85
7
Dunlap's Creek

Dunlap's Creek

Composer Robert Bernat
Band Soli Brass
04:28 Play $1.70
8
Melody by Melody

Melody by Melody

Composer

Rianne Botma

Soloist Rianne Botma - vocals
Band Soli Brass
Arranger Hendrik de Boer
05:01 Play $3.40
9
Swing Low

Swing Low

Composer Alan Fernie
Soloist Erwin Dijkstra - bass trombone
Band Soli Brass
03:58 Play $1.70
10
Kopanitsa

Kopanitsa

Composer Paul Dzon
Band Soli Brass
05:19 Play $3.40
Total Running Time 74 minutes Purchase all tracks 
$13.00 
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An aural retrospective re-living the best years of Soli Brass. 

Download includes - cover art, inlay, booklet

Produced by Jos Boerland

The years 2005 and 2006 were one of the most memorable periods of Soli Brass' respectable history. In February 2005 the board of directors and the members of Soli Brass decided that they wanted to move in an entirely new direction. Their desire was to find more excitement and musical challenge within a new repertoire. Along with this new vision a new conductor was needed, someone with a fresh, open vision about brass band music. That conductor is the 21 year-old Frans-Aert Burghgraef. The new cooperation led immediately to very evident musical results. The next high point came in December 2005 during the Dutch Brass Band Championships. After 20 years, Soli Brass brought the coveted honor back to Leeuwarden again. It was a spectacular success! The required work for the 25th Dutch Brass Band Championship was Earthquake, specially composed for the occasion by Jan de Haan. De Haan bore many expectations in 1974 when he, as a 24 year-old composer/conductor, became director of Soli Brass (then known as Brass Band Soli Deo Gloria, Leeuwarden). The musicians then had also chosen to go in a new musical direction. It was the beginning of a very successful period of cooperation between Jan de Haan and Soli Brass that lasted until the end of 1994. The group won the Dutch Brass Band Championship four times, latterly in 1985. And then in 2005, twenty years later, with Earthquake, they won again. The circle is now complete. The invitation to participate again in the European Brass Band Championship, after many years, was a special honor. This time it was held in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Though for most of the musicians participation in the European Championship was a completely new experience, from a historical perspective it felt a bit like a homecoming. This new CD by Soli Brass is aural retrospective of this spectacular period. It was truly an earthquake!
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