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One Two One

CD

One Two One / Yoram Levy and Christopher Wrench

  • Published by Move Records [MCD149] — 1 CD
  • Purchase Price: $22.73 (Usually ships in 1-4 days) — Add to Cart
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One of the few recordings to feature the Klais organ at the Queensland Performing Arts Concert Hall, One Two One is a collection of twentieth century music for trumpet and organ alone and together. Yoram Levy (previously of the Israeli Philharmonic and now principal trumpet with the Tasmanian Symphony) and Christopher Wrench (Lecturer in Organ at the Queensland Conservatorium) join forces to explore the very diverse textures and styles of Genzmer, Tomasi, Persichetti, Durufle and Hakim.

"a most entertaining and excellently performed grouping of works that are as different as they are delightful ... imaginatively produced and excellently recorded"
(Bill Hoffmann, Canberra Times)

"an exciting collection of 20th century music"
(Australian Music Teacher Magazine)

"a fascinating CD ... a great performance"
(Bruce Steele, Organo Pleno)

 

Track Listing

Sonata for Trumpet and Organ (Harald Genzmer)
Parable XIV (Persichetti)
Variation Gregoriennes (Tomasi)
Prelude et Fugue sur le nom d'Alain, Op. 7 (Duruflé)
Sonata for Trumpet and Organ (Naji Hakim)

 

Press Quotes

“played with considerable brilliance ... a worthy addition to a CD collection.”

— Lindsay Hutchinson, The Melbourne Anglican

“very well recorded disc ... this is certainly worth adding to your collection .. one of the more polished presentations of recent times, showing off both instruments at the highest level”

— Bruce Hellmers, Mouthpiece - The Australian Trumpet Guild Journal

“an impressive CD ... you will be impressed by the joyous energy ... full marks for originality, fine ensemble playing and clear and consise sleeve notes.”

— Christopher Wainwright, Organ Music Society of Adelaide

“played with considerable brilliance ... a worthy addition to a CD collection.”

— Lindsay Hutchinson, The Melbourne Anglican

“These two young Australian performers demonstrate the versatility of the trumpet and organ”

— Amanda Watson, ASME Journal


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