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Danish Concert Band - Danish Concert Band Plays Erik Norby / Launy Grøndahl / Dubensky / Rimsky-Korsakov mp3 track

Danish Concert Band - Danish Concert Band Plays Erik Norby / Launy Grøndahl / Dubensky / Rimsky-Korsakov mp3 track

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Performer: Danish Concert Band
Title: Danish Concert Band Plays Erik Norby / Launy Grøndahl / Dubensky / Rimsky-Korsakov
Released: 1986
Category: Classical
Rating: 4.2 ✦
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Concerto For Trombone And Band
Composed By – Launy Grøndahl
(14:46)
A1.1 Moderato Assai, Ma Molto Maestoso 4:40
A1.2 Quasi Una Leggenda, Andante Grave 4:56
A1.3 Finale, Maestoso 5:01
Concerto Grosso For Three Trombones And Tuba
Composed By – Arcady Dubensky
(8:37)
A2.1 Introduction
A2.2 Prelude
A2.3 Toccata
A2.4 Interlude
A2.5 Fugue
Three Dances For Concert Band
Composed By – Erik Norby
(9:47)
B1.1 Allegretto Deciso 2:03
B1.2 Pavane, Lento 4:37
B1.3 Allegro Assai 2:57
B2 Variations For Oboe And Concert Band
Composed By – Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
8:33

Credits

  • Conductor – Jørgen Jensen
  • Design [Cover] – Bent Juul Nielsen
  • Executive-Producer – Ole Høglund
  • Oboe – Bjørn Carl Nielsen
  • Producer – Ketil Christensen , Klaus Gjede
  • Sleeve [Photo] – Alexander Grabowski
  • Sounds – Jørn Bramming*
  • Trombone – Keld Jørgensen, Mogens Andresen, Thomas Kok
  • Tuba – Jens Bjørn-Larsen

Notes

Recorded in the Concert Hall of Radio Denmark by Radio Copenhagen, Spring 1986

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: RLP 8320 A SONDEREGGER SWISS MADE
  • Matrix / Runout: RLP 8320 B SONDEREGGER SWISS MADE

Concerto for Trombone and Band, Finale - Launy Grøndahl, 5:090:30. 5. Trumpet Royale - David Bennett, 5:530:30. 6. Concerto Grosso for three Trombone, Introduction, Prelude, Toccata, Interlude, Fugue - Arcady Dubensky, 8:410:30. 7. Carnival in Venice - Del Staigers, 3:270:30. 8. Festive Overture, Op.

Lyrics for top songs by Danish Concert Band. Canzoni a Ballo, Allegretto con brio, Andante. Erik Norby, Danish Concert Band, Jorgen Misser Jensen. Allegro Vivace - Slowly, from Three Miniatures for Tuba and Wind Ensamble. Anthony Plog, Danish Concert Band, Jorgen Misser Jensen. T-Bone Concerto: Medium. Johan De Meij, Danish Concert Band. Launy Grøndahl, Danish Concert Band, Royal Danish Brass. Arthur Pryor, Carsten Svanberg, Danish Concert Band. Concertino for Trumpet and Orchestra, Allegro. Incantation and Dance.

Royal Danish Brass & Danish Concert Band. 2. Concerto for Trombone and Band, Moderato assai. 3. Concerto for Trombone and Band, QUIASI UNA LEGGENDA. Carnival in Venice. By Del Staigers - Royal Danish Brass & Danish Concert Band. 96. By Dmitri Shostakovich - Danish Concert Band.

Dialogue for Two Trumpets and Bande, 2:48. Carnival of Venice - Karneval i Venedig. Danish Concert Band - Koncertouverture.

Слушайте The Danish Concert Band и скачивайте бесплатно в формате mp3 прямо сейчас, без кодов, смс и регистрации. The Sword and the Crown: First movement - The Danish Concert Band. The Mines of Moria - The Bridge of Khazad-Dûm, from Journy in the Dark - Danish Concert Band. Concerto for Trombone and Military Band - Danish Concert Band, Carsten Svanberg.

Scandinavian Classics, Vol. 2010. Koncertouverture, Efterklange af Ossian (Concert Overture, Echoes of Ossian), Op. 1. Niels Gade.

Edward Gregson, The Danish Concert Band - The Sword and the Crown: First movement 06:00. Edward Gregson, The Danish Concert Band - The Sword and the Crown: Second movement 05:03. Edward Gregson, The Danish Concert Band - The Sword and the Crown: Third movement 05:06. Jan Van Der Roost, The Danish Concert Band - Rhapsody for Horn, Wind and Percussion 12:34. Johan de Meij, The Danish Concert Band - T-Bone Concerto: Rare 10:41. Johan de Meij, The Danish Concert Band - T-Bone Concerto: Medium 09:17. Johan de Meij, The Danish Concert Band - T-Bone Concerto: Well Done 06:39.

Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra was written in 1924 by Danish composer Launy Grøndahl during his time in Italy. It was inspired by the trombone section of the Orchestra of the Casino Theatre in Copenhagen (of which Grøndahl had been a violinist since the age of thirteen). This work was premiered in Copenhagen by the Orchestra of the Casino Theatre with soloist Vilhelm Aarkrogh, the principal trombonist of the orchestra. The concerto is in three movements: Moderato assai ma molto maestoso.