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Maurice Andre - Ballades pour Trompette (2002)

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1 Printemps 		
2 Adagio De La Symphonie "Du Nouveau Monde" 		
3 Hora Staccato 		
4 Christmas Buggle 		
5 Old Man River 		
6 Méditation De Thaïs 		
7 Romance 		
8 Concerto De Aranjuez 		
9 Le Vol Du Bourdon 		
10 Les Parapluies De Cherbourg 		
11 Ballade Pour Trompette 		
12 Agnus Dei 		
13 Grande Marche D'Aïda 		
14 Un Américain À Paris 		
15 Les Feuilles Mortes 		
16 O Mein Papa 		
17 Granada 		
18 C'Est Si Bon		play 		
19 Ave Maria		play 		
20 La Vie En Rose 		
21 Je T'Ai Donné Mon Cœur 		
22 La Strada

Maurice André  - trumpet

Ensemble Vocal Stéphane Caillat
André Carradot – conductor (tracks: 1 to 12)
François Rauber  - conductor (tracks: 13 to 22)

 

Much better than the cassette version I bought nearly thirty years ago. I absolutely wore that thing out. I have spent countless hours in record stores looking for this title on cd, and now I finally have it. Thank you Amazon! If you've ever heard Maurice Andre play, then you know he is probably the greatest classical trumpet player ever recorded. His cadenza in the Michael Haydn concerto is a favorite of anyone who has ever heard it. He makes playing the piccolo trumpet sound so easy. Anyway, I'm sure that all fans of his phenomenal classical playing will enjoy this fun turn at some favorite showtunes and show-off pieces. He approaches these pops style tunes with the same passion and intensity he's famous for in his countless classical recordings. It's great to hear him having so much fun playing the horn. Just remember, he's still Maurice Andre so the playing is absolutely amazing. "Flight of the Bumblebee" is played an octave higher than normal, and faster than I've ever heard anyone else attempt it on the trumpet. "Hora Staccato" is so much fun to hear played by the master. His performances on "Agnus Dei," "Concerto de Aranjuez" and "Ol' Man River" are haunting in their beauty. This is an awesome, fun collection unlike anything you've ever heard from Maurice Andre and I guarantee you'll play it over and over, again and again. Thank you, Maurice Andre and Andre Carradot. This one is a wonderful gift to your millions of fans. ---T. Thompson, amazon.com

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