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Entrata Imperiale Early Music for Brass & Bells

by Belgian Brass

Early Music for Brass and Bells
Genre: Classical: Early Music
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1. Imperiale Prima
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2. La Mourisque
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3. Bransle Quatre Bransles
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4. Basse Danse
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5. Ronde - Mon Amy
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6. Pavane Bataille
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7. Jesu Bleibet Meine Freude
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8. Allemande
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9. Pavane D'angleterre
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10. Basse Danse
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11. Pavane Passamaize
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12. Branle De Bourgogne
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13. Branle De Poitou
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14. Branle De Champaigne
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15. Ich Ruf' Zu Dir, Herr Jesu Christ
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16. Ouverture
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17. Air Vivement
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18. Air Vif
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19. Tambourin
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20. Sarabande
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21. Entrée
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22. Courante
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23. Ballet De Coqs
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24. Ballet
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25. Sarabande
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26. Bourrée
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27. Imperiale Seconda
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The main reason for making this CD was the first concert played on Bruges's restored carillon together with Belgian Brass on 12th June 2010. The two chorales by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) on this CD were played during this concert. Bruges has a long history when it comes to brass players. As early as in the 14th century, Bruges employed its own minstrels (trumpeters and pipers). During a number of grand festivities, the brass sections counted over 20 musicians. It is more than likely that Intrada's like that of Girolamo Fantini (1600-1675) were played here in Bruges at that time. The city musicians kept in close touch with their colleagues from other cities. Joris De Vinck (who worked in Bruges from 1528 until 1543) succeeded his Antwerp colleague Tielman Susato (1510/15 - approx. 1570) in the same profession. Clearly, he must have been familiar with the Dansereyen (dance music). Merely a few years later, some of the more than one hundred dances from Terpsichore (1612) by Michaël Praetorius (1571-1621) can be found in a carillon book for the automatic carillon in the Saint Nicholas Church in Brussels. The dance suites by Claude Gervaise (1540-1560) and the Sarabande by Johann Christoph Pezel (1639-1694) also circulated in Europe. Of course, the overwhelming, festive music from Dardanus by Jean Philippe Rameau (1683-1764) has no connection with the city music here, we can only admire the virtuosity of Belgian Brass.


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