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RELEASE DATE: 4th November, 2016
Jubilo, a festive programme of music by JS Bach and his contemporaries Handel, Corelli, Torelli and Fasch marks Alison Balsom’s return to the Baroque repertoire she explored in her 2012 album Sound the Trumpet.
“The music is glorious; so is Balsom’s artistry,” was The Times’ view on Sound the Trumpet, while the BBC Music Magazine judged the CD to contain “some of the most imaginative and polished trumpet playing you're ever likely to hear.”
The British trumpeter, who recently received an OBE (Order of the British Empire) from the Queen in recognition of her services to music, commands a wide and adventurous repertoire – as she showed in her last Warner Classics release, Légende, an imaginative collection of works for trumpet and piano from the 20th and 21st centuries.
NOTE: Album is released on November 4th, 2016. Your order will ship with intention to arrive on release day. It is recommended that if you wish to purchase other products, you do so in a separate order as all items placed alongside this order will ship with this order.
In 1946, the young Elisabeth Schwarzkopf made her first recording with the British producer Walter Legge in Vienna. He became her husband in 1953. All the recordings in this 5-CD...