Sold/Expired Introducing Philippe Schartz

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  1. WorldofBrass.com

    WorldofBrass.com Active Member

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    You may not be familiar with the name, Philippe Schartz.
    Philippe comes from Luxembourg and was appointed Principal Trumpet of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales last year.
    We are pleased to present, on the Doyen label, Philippes latest CD release, The Magic of Brass.
    On this disc, Philippe is accompanied by Buy As You View Cory Band conducted by Dr. Robert Childs.

    Here's the track list;
    Adagio from The Magic Flute Overture (Mozart)
    Queen of the Night Aria (Mozart arr. Golland)
    Ave Maria (Caccini arr. Fretwell)
    Minute Waltz (Chopin arr. Snell)
    Maids of Cadiz (Delibes arr. Langford)
    Rusalka's Song to the Moon (Dvorak arr. Langford)
    Syrinx (Debussy)
    Song and Dance (Sparke)
    Will of the Wisp (Burtch)
    Chablis (Richards)
    Breezin' Down Broadway (arr. Richards)
    Carnival of Venice (Staigers arr. Muscroft)
    Send in the Clowns (Sondheim arr. Fernie)
    La Vie en Rose (Louiguy arr. Siebert)
    Virtuosity (Baker arr. Peberdy)
    Paris le Soir (Lear)
    Trumpet Concerto (James arr. Howarth)
    Bugler's Holiday (Anderson arr. Barsotti)
    Charivari (Iveson)

    Here's the link to our website;
    http://www.worldofbrass.com/acatalog/21231.html

    Philippe is sponsored by, and plays exclusively on, NM Project Trumpets and Flugelhorns.
     
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  3. Mike Saville

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    I can vouch for Phillipe as being a very fine player - he was at the RCM at the same time as me.
     
  4. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

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    His orchestra has been featured on Radio 3 in the afternoons this week plaing American music. His solo in Copland's "Quiet City" was really magical, I would even vebnture to say the most atmospheric reading I have come across.
     
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