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Brass, Reeds, and Percussion (February 17, 2018)

This edition of Brass, Reeds, and Percussion begins with the “Triumphant Fanfare” by the Swiss composer Franco Cesarini, born in Tocino, Switzerland, in 1961. Yes, that name sounds Italian, but remember that Switzerland is composed of areas that speak Italian, French, German, and even Romansh. But Cesarini did study in Italy at the Milan Conservatory. His primary instruments were flute and piano. He is also conductor of the largest wind orchestra of Italian speaking Switzerland, the Civica filarmonica di Lugano. He composes for orchestra and wind band, but mostly for wind band.

  1. Triumphant Fanfare
    Composer:  Franco Cesarini (1961- )
    Performer:  Concert Band of the German Armed Forces
    Album:  Cape Horn
     
  2. El Tio Ramon (1979)
    Composer:   Salvador Salva (1927-2001) and Tomas Olcina (1943- )
    Performer:  La Artistica Bunol Symphonic Band
    Album:  Pasodoble 2
     
  3. Body and Soul (1930)
    Composer:  Johnny Green (1908-1989 , music), Edward Heyman (1907-1981, lyrics), Robert Sour (1905-1985), Frederick Eyton (1894-1962)
    Performer:  Pasadena Roof Orchestra
    Album:  Rhythm Is Our Business
     
  4. Beskydy Nocturne
    Composer:  Vladimir Studnicka (1935- )
    Performer:  Central Band of the Interior Ministry of Czech Republic
    Album:  Beskydy Nocturne
     
  5. Allegretto from Symphony 100
    Composer:   Joseph Haydn (1732-1809), arranged by Albert Loritz (1953- )
    Performer:  Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force Band of Tokyo
    Album:  Moment Musical
     
  6. Ballet Music from "Rosamunde"
    Composer:  Franz Schubert (1797-1828), arranged by Hans Hartwig (1917-2012)
    Performer:  Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force Band of Tokyo
    Album:  Moment Musical
  7. Italian March
    Composer:  Vincenzo Petrali (1832-1889), arranged by Albert Lortiz
    Performer:  Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force Band of Tokyo
    Album:  Moment Musical
     
  8. Ecce Sacerdos (1885)
    Composer:   Anton Bruckner (1824-1896), arranged by Thomas Doss (1966- )
    Performer:  Concert Band of the German Armed Forces
    Album:  Cape Horn
     
  9. Golden Secret
    Composer:  Otto M. Schwarz (1967- )
    Performer:  Concert Band of the German Armed Forces
    Album:  Cape Horn
     

Air Date: 

Saturday, February 17, 2018

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