Baritone CD

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by super_sop, Nov 10, 2006.

  1. super_sop

    super_sop Supporting Member

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    Just been reading on 4BR that Rob Richardson has been over to the good ol' USofA recording a cd of Baritone music with the Brass Band of Columbus.

    Isn't it good to see this instrument getting into the limelight? :clap:
    When played well i think it has a wonderfull sound.

    Also good to see that one of the pieces being recorded was Roger Thorne's Baritone concerto.

    well Done to Rob for bringing the instrumentto the fore, and to my mate Roger on getting his music played and recorded:clap:
     
  2. TheMusicMan

    TheMusicMan tMP Founder Staff Member

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    Awesome accomplishment Roger - excellent news. Well done that man! :)
     
  3. Lauradoll

    Lauradoll Active Member

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    Hope there were no wide grins or silly giggles during the recording Rob- Mr Baglin will be disappointed.
     
  4. Baritonedeaf

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    The King of instruments.
     
  5. ian perks

    ian perks Active Member

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    Great to see The Baritone start to show its sound on solos's
    A Super Instument to play.
    And good to see Rogers Music played as well:woo
     
  6. DublinBass

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    Roger's piece was the last we recorded on the day and Rob was still absolutely brillant. Most baritone solos usually stay a bit high in the register...how he lasted the entire session I'm not sure, but the recording company played back some of the concertino as we packed up and it was fantastic!
     
  7. SUPA-LAURA

    SUPA-LAURA New Member

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    Rob, The recording session was great. Your tone is superb and your technique too. I was amazed at the Philip Sparke Rhapsody and A New Day was beautiful. This CD is sure to be spectacular!!!
     
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    Aidan Active Member

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  10. baritony

    baritony New Member

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    where am i likely to get a copy of this baritone cd .
     
  11. DublinBass

    DublinBass Supporting Member

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    Of course it will be available through the Brass Band of Columbus, but there are also plans in the works to have it available through the regular UK CD distributors.

    Keep in mind release date is set for the end of June 2007 (in time for the English Nationals), so more news on availability will be forthcoming :D
     
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