New Polish piece for Britten Sinfonia brass
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Next month the Britten Sinfonia is touring a programme predominantly for brass. The programme features original brass chamber music from the 16th and 17th centuries by Holborne and Locke, as well as a brand new Concertino by Polish composer Pawel Lukaszewski. The finale is Janacek's Capriccio, written for piano (left hand only) and a wind/brass septet.
A capricious, quirky piece, blending folk-like tunes and Romantic melodies within a 20th-century harmonic framework.
Concerts take place in Krakow, Cambridge, London, Norwich and Birmingham, March 9-18th 2008. Michael Cox flute Paul Archibald, Tom Rainer trumpet Simon Gunton, Aidan Chamberlain, Andrew Waddicor trombone Christopher Gomersall tenor tuba Huw Watkins piano Holborne Music for Brass Oliver Knussen Masks Pawel Lukaszewski Concertino (world premi??re tour) Locke For His Majesty???s Sagbutts and Cornetts Jan?cek Capriccio Full information
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