Classic Wynton

Classic Wynton

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by Wynton Marsalis
     
 

There are undoubtedly many jazz fans who've been curious about Wynton Marsalis' classical recordings. Recognizing Marsalis' canon would benefit from an introductory volume, Sony Classical compiled Classic Wynton, which includes a cross-section of his non-jazz recordings from 1984 to 1998. Fans won't be surprised by the artist's clear, pure tone on these pieces,See more details below

Overview

There are undoubtedly many jazz fans who've been curious about Wynton Marsalis' classical recordings. Recognizing Marsalis' canon would benefit from an introductory volume, Sony Classical compiled Classic Wynton, which includes a cross-section of his non-jazz recordings from 1984 to 1998. Fans won't be surprised by the artist's clear, pure tone on these pieces, composed by Purcell, Handel, J.S. Bach, Hovhaness, Rimsky-Korsakov, and J.B. Arban. (The last, "Variations on 'Le Carnaval de Venise'," is famous as one of teenage Wynton's favorite pieces from his practice book.) Unfortunately for novices, the liners neglect a list of his classical discography, and the 1998 date ensures that several of his famous 1999 performances won't be present. Still, dipping a toe in the water is quite easy with this volume.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/10/1998
Label:
Sony
UPC:
0074646080429
catalogNumber:
60804
Rank:
9616

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Tracks

  1. King's March
  2. I: Allegro
  3. Entrada
  4. The Prince of Denmark's March (Trumpet Voluntary) for brass, winds & percus
  5. Trumpet Voluntary
  6. Let the Bright Seraphim
  7. Rondeau, for brass, strings & timpani (from Suite of Symphonies No. 1;
  8. III: Allegro assai (Excerpt)
  9. Prélude pour le Te Deum à 8, for strings, H. 145a
  10. II: Allegro moderato
  11. I: Adagio
  12. III: Finale, Allegro
  13. III: Rondo, Allegro molto
  14. 'Tis the Last Rose of Summer
  15. Variations on "Carnival of Venice," for trumpet
  16. Rondo for Lifey, for trumpet & piano (from "Brass Music")
  17. Prayer of St. Gregory (interlude from opera "Etchmiadzin"), for trumpet
  18. I: Allegro
  19. Moto perpetuo, for violin & guitar (or orchestra) in C major, Op. 11, M
  20. Flight of the Bumblebee

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Wynton Marsalis   Primary Artist,Trumpet
Anthony Newman   Organ,Conductor,Keyboards,Continuo
Judith Lynn Stillman   Piano
Kathleen Battle   Soprano (Vocal)
Esa-Pekka Salonen   Conductor
Orchestra of St. Luke's   Performing Ensemble
English Chamber Orchestra   Performing Ensemble
Raymond Leppard   Conductor
Charles Tunnell   Cello,Continuo
Neal Black   Oboe
Cho-Liang Lin   Violin
Donald Hunsberger   Conductor
Ian Watson   Harpsichord
Neil Black   Oboe
Eastman Wind Ensemble   Ensemble
William Bennett   Flute
John Nelson   Conductor
Philharmonia Orchestra   Performing Ensemble

Technical Credits

Jeremiah Clarke   Composer
George Frideric Handel   Composer
Leopold Mozart   Composer
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov   Composer
Michael Haydn   Composer
Johann Sebastian Bach   Composer
Thomas Frost   Producer
Josephine DiDonato   Art Direction
Donald Hunsberger   Arranger
Eva Reisinger   translation
Josee Begaud   Contributor,translation
Traditional   Composer
Laura Kszan   Editorial Production
Josephine di Donato   Artwork
Steven Epstein   Producer

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