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Holborne Tubes

by Edward Chance
Written for 6 trumpets, 2 Trombones, 2 Percussion and Organ) at the beginning of 2006 and first performed at The Royal College Of Music on 24th February, 2006.  It forms part of a CD entitled Proclamation which is now available on the Brass Classics label.  The work has three movements, and is based on the music of Anthony Holborne.                                                                      
     It was recorded two days before this by an international celebrity brass line-up including :
Hans Gansh (former Principal Trumpet, Vienna Philharmonic);
Gábor Tarkovi (Principal Trumpet, Berlin Philharmonic);
Florian Klinger (Principal Trumpet, Munich Philharmonic);
Ryan Anthony (Principal Trumpet, Dallas Symphony Orchestra);
Ian Balmain (Principal Trumpet, Royal Opera House Covent Garden);
with Bruce Grindlay, MA MusB FRCO (Organ);
and other distinguished guests directed by Paul Archibald.  

The Rover, The Rag Man and The Landlord

by Edward Chance
A Folk Song Suite by Edward Chance, for 3 Trumpets, 4 Horns, 3 Trombones and Tuba, recorded on 27th February 2006 by the brass section of The London Mozart Players
It will be released later this year published by Brass Wind Publications.
London Mozart Players    

Photograph of The London Mozart Players Brass Section, at the recording sessions for The Rover, The Rag Man and The Landlord in the hall of Christ's Hospital School, 27.02.2006.                                                                                                                                                                                                                It forms part of the CD                        "Hodie Gloriosa"                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        now available from Brass Classics.                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Hodie Gloriosa