Annotation

This is an edition of the famous Gabrieli brass music. The first thirteen tracks remain famous in the brass players world for the unmatched quality of playing and the short amount of time spent rehearsing and recording.

Recorings: 1959 (Tracks 14 - 32), 1968 (Famous Tracks 1 - 13)

There have been multiple editions released since the LP original.

One Release: (1996 ADD) Sony MHK 62353

Annotation last modified on 2005-08-04 02:57 .

Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Canzon Septimi toni no. 2
Giovanni Gabrieli 2:52
2 Canzon duodècimi toni
Giovanni Gabrieli 3:59
3 Canzon a 12
Giovanni Gabrieli 3:32
4 Sonata octavi toni
Giovanni Gabrieli 4:29
5 Canzon per sonare no. 27
Giovanni Gabrieli 2:52
6 Canzon quarti toni
Giovanni Gabrieli 4:33
7 Canzon à 12
Giovanni Gabrieli 2:36
8 Canzon per sonare no. 28
Giovanni Gabrieli 1:22
9 Sonate pian' e forte
Giovanni Gabrieli 4:21
10 Canzon primi toni
Giovanni Gabrieli 3:26
11 Canzon septimi toni no. 1
Giovanni Gabrieli 3:49
12 Canzon noni toni
Giovanni Gabrieli 3:17
13 Canzon per sonare no. 2
Giovanni Gabrieli 2:33
14 Primo tono
Giovanni Gabrieli 0:23
15 Secondo tono
Giovanni Gabrieli 0:26
16 Terzo e quarto tono
Giovanni Gabrieli 0:37
17 Canzon per sonare no. 1 'La spiritata'
Giovanni Gabrieli 3:17
18 Ottavo tono
Giovanni Gabrieli 0:30
19 Nono tono
Giovanni Gabrieli 0:35
20 Dècimo tono
Giovanni Gabrieli 0:39
21 Canzon per sonare no. 3
Giovanni Gabrieli 2:27
22 Undicèsimo tono
Giovanni Gabrieli 0:31
23 Duodècimo tono
Giovanni Gabrieli 0:39
24 Canzon per sonare no. 4
Giovanni Gabrieli 2:32
25 Fantasia Sexti toni
Giovanni Gabrieli 3:05
26 Toccata in D minor
Girolamo Frescobaldi 1:13
27 Canzon prima in G Major
Girolamo Frescobaldi 2:54
28 Canzon seconda in C Major
Girolamo Frescobaldi 2:40
29 Canzon terza in A minor
Girolamo Frescobaldi 2:24
30 Canzon quarta in G minor
Girolamo Frescobaldi 2:28
31 Canzon quinta in G minor
Girolamo Frescobaldi 2:42
32 Toccata in G Major
Girolamo Frescobaldi 4:00

Credits

CD 1

trumpet:
Armando Ghitalla (1959-03-26 – 1959-04-01) (tracks 27–31)
organ:
E. Power Biggs (tracks 14–24)
Daniel Pinkham (American composer, organist, and harpsichordist) (tracks 27–31)
E. Power Biggs (1959-03-26 – 1959-04-01) (tracks 25–32)
brass:
The Boston Brass Ensemble (1959-03-26 – 1959-04-01) (tracks 27–31)
harpsichord:
Daniel Pinkham (American composer, organist, and harpsichordist) (1959-03-26 – 1959-04-01) (tracks 27–31)
conductor:
Richard Burgin (1959-03-26 – 1959-04-01) (tracks 27–31)
engineer:
Milton Cherin (audio engineer) (tracks 1–13)
Edward T. Graham (classical sound engineer) (tracks 1–13)
performer:
The Boston Brass Ensemble (tracks 17, 21, 24, 27–31)
The Chicago Brass Ensemble (tracks 2–7, 9–11, 13)
The Cleveland Brass Ensemble (tracks 1, 3, 6–8, 12–13)
producer:
Andrew Kazdin (American record producer) (tracks 1–13)
John McClure (recording engineer and record producer) (tracks 25–32)
recorded at:
Busch–Reisinger Museum in Harvard, Massachusetts, United States (1959-03-26 – 1959-04-01) (tracks 25–32)
Town Hall Theatre (One of Philadelphia Orchestra's recording venue) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (1968-04-12 – 1968-04-13) (tracks 1–13)