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Brass & Organ: Feel the Sound!

by The Denver Brass

If you don't think you like "classical" music, this is the album for you. Brass and organ are the original "heavy metal!"Those who walk into the concert prepared to hate anything "classical" always walk out having loved every second and wanting more!
Genre: Classical: Chamber Music
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1. Overture for a New Day
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2. Baba Yaga & Great Gate of Kiev from Pictures At an Exhibition
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3. Berceuse & Finale from the Firebird
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4. Adagio & Finale from Symphony No. 3, Organ
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5. Toccata from Symphony for Organ No. 5
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6. They Gave All
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7. Praise the Lord With Drums & Cymbals
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8. Solemn Entry of the Knights of St. John
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9. Toccata and Fugue in D Minor
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10. Grand Choeur Dialogué
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11. Zarathustra-Opening
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Denver Brass
The Denver Brass was formed in 1981 by some of Denver’s finest professional brass musicians who sought to create an all new, one-of-a-kind chamber ensemble, which would be in the forefront of brass performance. The trademark sound of The Denver Brass features an array of more than 13 distinct brass instruments, utilizing mutes, technique and sound expertise to produce a rainbow of sound. Unique in the world as one of only a few professional large brass ensembles, The Denver Brass enjoys a success directly linked to its universal appeal. People from every background find inspiration in diverse programming – classical, jazz, Broadway, Latin, and the inclusion of exceptional guest artists. Good friend and colleague Joe Galema is the perfect choice for “Feel the Sound,” and unexpected and unlikely guest artists such as bagpipers, steel pans, or banjo create exciting opportunities for new sounds and commissions. The Denver Brass is comprised of 14 friends with passions ranging from great brass music, to skiing, hiking, yoga, cooking, Colorado history, four-wheeling, and solving the world’s problems over a glass of fine wine or great Colorado beer.

Dr Joseph Galema
Joseph Galema joined the staff of the U.S. Air Force Academy in September 1982 and is currently Music Director and Academy Organist. At the Academy, he directs the Cadet Chorale and The Academy Singers and also plays the organ for hundreds of services and tours in the famous Cadet Chapel. In September 2008, Joe joined the Lamont School of Music, University of Denver, as organ instructor. Although he is a native of West Lafayette, Indiana, Joe chose to pursue his college education in Michigan. He received a Bachelor of Arts (1976) degree from Calvin College in Grand Rapids. He pursued post-graduate work in organ performance at The University of Michigan, earning both Master of Music (1978) and Doctor of Musical Arts (1982) degrees as a student of the renowned artist-teacher Marilyn Mason.

The Denver Brass
Conductor: Kenneth Singleton
Trumpets: F Joseph Docksey, Alan Hood, Andrew Bishop, Dawn Kramer
Horns: Jenny Harvey, Jason Johnston
Trombones: Joseph Martin, Jeffrey Craig
Euphonium: Joseph Martin
Bass Trombone: Andrew Wolfe
Tubas: Kathy Aylsworth Brantigan, Charles Brantigan
Percussion: Jason Rodon, James Theobald

Lamont Brass Ensemble
Trumpets: Will Koehler, Carrie McCune, Michael Moran, Nathan Ost, Justin Peterson, Arthur De Camargo Zanin
Horns: Elaine Anderies, Samuel Bessen, Brittany Binder, Craig Hansen, Noelle Limbird, Alaina Oltrogge, Katie O'Toole, Jacob Poulos
Trombone: William Combs, Danielle Park, David Staley
Euphonium: Ben Brandon
Tuba: John Neuber, Grant Piccerillo, Jonathan Speek


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