French horns Archive
Leopold Stokowski = BRITTEN: Piano Concerto, Op. 13; ENESCU: Rumanian Rhapsody in A Major, Op. 11; DEBUSSY (Orch. Stokowski): The Engulfed Cathedral; BAUER: Sun Splendor; BORODIN: Dances of the Polovetzki Maidens – Jacques Abram, piano/ Philharmonic-Sym. Society of NY /Leopold Stokowski – Guild
The inimitable Stokowski leads the New York ensemble in concert performances that include thrilling readings of works new to his recorded legacy.
DEVIENNE: Flute Concertos, Vol. I = Flute Concerto No. 1 in D Major; Flute Concerto No. 2 in D Major; Flute Concerto No. 3 in G Major; Flute Concerto No. 4 in G Major – Patrick Gallois, flute/ Swedish Ch. Orch. – Naxos
Flute virtuoso Patrick Gallois convinces us that Devienne’s first four concertos warrant our continued interest.
NIELSEN: Flute Concerto; GRIFFES: Poem for flute and orch.; MARTIN: Ballade for flute, string orch. and piano; IBERT: Concerto for flute and orch. – Thomas Jensen, flute/ South Jutland Sym. Orch./ Giordano Bellincampi – Danacord
Four lovely flute concertos, well-performed in hi-res multichannel sound.
WAGNER: Fantasies for 8 Horns = 8 Bayreuther Festspiel-Hornisten (Gerd Seifert/ Klaus Markowski/ Jan Schroeder/ Manfred Klier/ Siegfried Machata/ Barry Garbage/ Klaus Schneider/Günter Fritzsche) – Acanta
A reissue from 1983; unusual sound of eight French horns!
From one to eight French horns and Wagner tubas in a cathedral environment in works of Bruckner.