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The Trumpets That Time Forgot

Jonathan Freeman-Attwood

The Trumpets That Time Forgot

CKD 242 (Linn Records)
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1
Con moto Suite for two trumpets and organ, Op 149

Con moto Suite for two trumpets and organ, Op 149

Composer Joseph Rheinberger (1839-1901)
Collaboration John Wallace, Colm Carey, Jonathan Freeman-Attwood
8:53 Play $3.40
2
Thema mit Veränderungen Suite for two trumpets and organ, Op 149

Thema mit Veränderungen Suite for two trumpets and organ, Op 149

Composer Joseph Rheinberger (1839-1901)
Collaboration John Wallace, Colm Carey, Jonathan Freeman-Attwood
9:23 Play $3.40
3
Sarabande Suite for two trumpets and organ, Op 149

Sarabande Suite for two trumpets and organ, Op 149

Composer Joseph Rheinberger (1839-1901)
Collaboration John Wallace, Colm Carey, Jonathan Freeman-Attwood
11:33 Play $5.10
4
Finale Suite for two trumpets and organ, Op 149

Finale Suite for two trumpets and organ, Op 149

Composer Joseph Rheinberger (1839-1901)
Collaboration John Wallace, Colm Carey, Jonathan Freeman-Attwood
6:48 Play $3.40
5
Minuet de Lully Three Movements from the Suite, ‘Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme’, Op 60

Minuet de Lully Three Movements from the Suite, ‘Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme’, Op 60

Composer Richard Strauss (1864-1949)
Collaboration John Wallace, Colm Carey, Jonathan Freeman-Attwood
2:19 Play $1.70
6
Courante Three Movements from the Suite, ‘Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme’, Op 60

Courante Three Movements from the Suite, ‘Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme’, Op 60

Composer Richard Strauss (1864-1949)
Collaboration John Wallace, Colm Carey, Jonathan Freeman-Attwood
2:29 Play $1.70
7
Entrée de Cléonte Three Movements from the Suite, ‘Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme’, Op 60

Entrée de Cléonte Three Movements from the Suite, ‘Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme’, Op 60

Composer Richard Strauss (1864-1949)
Collaboration John Wallace, Colm Carey, Jonathan Freeman-Attwood
4:28 Play $1.70
8
Introduction Sonata no. 2, Op 87a

Introduction Sonata no. 2, Op 87a

Composer Edward Elgar (1857-1934)
Collaboration John Wallace, Colm Carey, Jonathan Freeman-Attwood
2:24 Play $1.70
9
Toccata Sonata no. 2, Op 87a

Toccata Sonata no. 2, Op 87a

Composer Edward Elgar (1857-1934)
Collaboration John Wallace, Colm Carey, Jonathan Freeman-Attwood
3:34 Play $1.70
10
Fugue Sonata no. 2, Op 87a

Fugue Sonata no. 2, Op 87a

Composer Edward Elgar (1857-1934)
Collaboration John Wallace, Colm Carey, Jonathan Freeman-Attwood
3:24 Play $1.70
11
Coda Sonata no. 2, Op 87a

Coda Sonata no. 2, Op 87a

Composer Edward Elgar (1857-1934)
Collaboration John Wallace, Colm Carey, Jonathan Freeman-Attwood
3:35 Play $1.70
Total Running Time 59 minutes Purchase all tracks 
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Outstanding and strikingly idiomatic ensemble music creatively reimagined for two trumpets and organ.

'A sumptuous feast of sound, especially when reproduced in SACD format.  This diverting tryptich is by no means only for brass and/or organ aficionados and merits the heartiest of welcomes' (Gramophone).

The SACD layer is both 5.1 channel and 2-channel.

Download includes - cover art, booklet

Produced by Philip Hobbs

In the expansive acoustic of Hereford Cathedral, these three musicians draw the listener into a late-Romantic world of outstanding and strikingly idiomatic ensemble music. Yet none of these pieces are, in fact, original trumpet and organ works. The transformation from a violin, cello and organ piece – in the case of the Rheinberger Suite – reveals an extraordinary new 19th-century sound world of dazzling dialogues, wide dynamic range and beguiling lyricism. As composers could not imagine the potential of the medium in the decades either side of 1900, The Trumpets That Time Forgot deliberately makes up for ‘lost time’ and re-establishes the trumpet as a solo protagonist in what is supposed to be barren land for all but the cornet showpiece.

The results bring not merely classical respectability but a stunning aural feast of Gothic splendour and surprising intimacy. 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.

All editions prepared by Colm Carey
Recorded at Hereford Cathedral on September 2-5, 2003 by kind permission of the to the Dean and Chapter of Hereford Cathedral

Engineered and Produced by Philip Hobbs, post-production by Julia Thomas at Finesplice

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Gramophone Awards Magazine
It's 37 minutes of utter delight...
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Gramophone
...a sumptuous feast of sound...
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Brass Review
Outstanding playing from Freeman-Attwood and Wallace, ably supported by Colm Carey
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Choir & Organ
5 Stars
The quality of the solo playing is spell-binding
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International Record Review
The playing of all three gentlemen is absolutely assured
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The Brass Herald
I urge you all to buy this disc as it conveys an aspect of the trumpet many people forget
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The Observer
...a vivid blend of Gothic splendour and pin-dropping intimacy...
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