Bristol Brass Consort - Music For Metal Instruments FLAC album
Genre: Brass music
Title: Music For Metal Instruments
Style: Brass Band
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UK Bristol based symphonic brass ensemble. Debut CD - Music For Metal Instruments.
Bristol based symphonic brass ensemble providing high quality performances for concerts, choral accompaniment, weddings and functions. The premier symphonic brass ensemble in the South West.
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QuickSound Recording. Bristol Brass Consort performing Coventry Carol. 7 years ago7 years ago. Classical. Live classical recording of brass quintet. The finest symphonic brass ensemble in the world bar none. A delightful collection of classical and light brass music from Bach to the Beatles. Doors Open at 7:30 concert starts at 8pm Free Entry. Music for a Summers Evening. rş 19:30 UTC+01 · Tyndale Baptist Church · Bristol, İngiltere. 6 kişi gitmeyi düşünüyor. Tümünü Gör. Gönderiler. 17 Mart · Weston-super-Mare, İngiltere ·. It's our Birthday! Happy 33rd Birthday to Bristol Brass Consort. Born this day in 1985 in a travel agents shop (Cabot Travel) in Bedminster. Many congratulations and thanks to all of you that have played and/or supported us. media1.
Regarded as the foremost brass ensemble in the South West, the Bristol Brass Consort then performed Londoner In New York by Jim Parker and Three Brass Cats by Chris Hazell. The brass players of King’s College were given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of performing alongside the professionals for this second piece and looked completely at home in such august company. The choirs’ centrepiece performance was a powerful work by British composer, Chris Williams . It was an evening of breathtaking music and a wonderful showcase for the depth and breadth of the extraordinary musical talent at the two King’s schools
Brass Instruments and Music in Antiquity and the Renaissance Brass instruments have been around for a long time. Some of the earliest examples of brass instruments were straight trumpets made of wood, bronze, and silver, such as the salpinx found in Greece, and the Roman tuba, lituus, and buccina. Other early brass instruments were horns made of bronze or animal horns. The Scandinavian lur was one such instrument, as was the Roman, cornu. The shofar is an ancient Hebrew brass instrument made of a ram’s horn, which is still used in Jewish ceremonies today.
Next to the brass instruments, the most notable use of brass in music is in various percussion instruments, most notably cymbals, gongs, and orchestral (tubular) bells (large "church" bells are normally made of bronze). Small handbells and "jingle bell" are also commonly made of brass. The harmonica is a free reed aerophone, also often made from brass. Gilding metal is typically used for ammunition bullet "jackets"; . full metal jacket bullets. fired reverberatory furnace. In 1723 Bristol brass maker Nehemiah Champion patented the use of granulated copper, produced by pouring molten metal into cold water
|1||Fanfare From 'La Peri'|
|2||Trumpet Tune And Air|
|3||The Earl Of Oxford's March|
|4||Fanfare For Brass|
|Music For Metal Instruments|
|8||Vl El Cabo|
|Consorting With The Enemy|
|12||The Battle Of Jericho|
|13||Fanfare For 'Matthew'|
|14||Sonata Pian e Forte|
|15||Donata From 'Die Bankelsangerlieder'|
|Concert a 4|
|Two Brass Cats|
|20||l Black Sam|
|21||ll Mr. Jums|
|22||The Saints' Hallelujah|
|24||The Roaring Twenties|
- Producer – Elizabeth Purnell
- Recorded By – Colin Rae , Martyn Harries