McHose Scholarship Fund Chamber Music Wind Competition, received the American Brass Quintet
Brass Prize in the Senior Division.
American Brass Quintet
, Eric Reed, horn; Kevin Cobb, Louis Hanzlik, trumpets; Michael Powell, trombone; John D.
Watkins Rosa de Vries: A Dutch Diva and Transatlantic Operatic Recordings Culture The Chestnut Brass Company and Helen Metzelaar Friends, The Music of Francis Johnson and His Contemporaries: Augusta Browne: A Early 19th-Century Black Composers Nineteenth-Century Life in Earnest Lamb American Music Bonny Hough Miller The American Brass Quintet
Brass Band, A Storm in the Land: Music of "A Joyous the 26th N.C.
It also spurred the creation of new groups like the American Brass Quintet
, formed in the early 1960s by trombonists Arnold Fromme and Gilbert Cohen.
Sponsored by the American Brass Quintet
, this award honors the most outstanding wind ensemble in the Junior Division.
David Wakefield, Nathanael Udell, Anthony Cecere, horns; American Brass Quintet
, Quo Vadis Brass Quintet, Philadelphia Brass, One Time Only Trombone Ensemble, Juilliard Trumpet Ensemble, Raymond Mase, Donald Matchelder, trumpet; Trent Johnson, Organ; Steven Beck, piano; Andy Lamy, clarinet; Scott Mendoker, tuba; James Musto, tympani; Tom Murphy, Nancy Pontius, David Stockton, Jeff Willet, percussion.
Luke's and a member of the American Brass Quintet
, with Ewazen at the piano.
This disc is an excellent collection for anyone who loves the sound of contemporary American brass quintet
Written for the American Brass Quintet
, this edition allows for performance with either bass trombone or tuba on the fifth part.
They are performed on period instruments by the American Brass Quintet
Brass Band, but those who shy away from the sometimes tentative intonation of valveless brass instruments can rest assured in this case--the instruments in use at this point in the nineteenth century were mostly valved, and the ensemble on this recording is solid and sure, and expertly recorded.
Eric Reed, American Brass Quintet
hornist, spent a week in January at Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music, working with IHS president Jeff Nelsen's studio.
An effective and well-wrought work, it has been successfully performed by the American Brass Quintet
and other ensembles many times since its inception.