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Hornocopia

CD

Hornocopia / Richard Runnels.

  • Published by Move Records [MD3172] — 1 CD (110 min.)
  • Purchase Price: $22.73 (Usually ships in 1-4 days) — Add to Cart
  • Library Availability: CD 827 — Available for loan

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Product details

A must for all French Horn players!

The most famous pieces for horn and piano - acclaimed horn player Richard Runnels' exciting new double CD 'Hornocopia' is now available.

With 110 minutes of music from the classical to the contemporary. The most famous pieces for horn and piano - Beethoven's 'Sonata in F, op. 17', Schumann's 'Adagio and Allegro, op. 70', Dukas' 'Villanelle', Poulenc's 'Élégie', Hindemith's 'Sonata in F' and more.

A valuable disc for horn students and teachers, most of the repertoire is drawn from the AMEB and VCE syllabuses. The premier recording of 'Rotations' for sixteen horns by American composer Ronald Caltabiano, on which Runnels performs all 16 parts is the highlight of this wonderful collection.

Duration: 110 min.

Contents note: Disc A: Sonata in F / Beethoven -- Elegie / Poulenc -- Unmeasured preludes / Gallay -- Rotations for 16 horns / Caltabiano -- Villanelle / Dukas -- Disc B: En foret / Bozza -- Romance, op. 36 / Saint-Saens -- Fantasy / Arnold -- Adagio & allegro, op. 70 / Schumann -- Sonata in F / Paul Hindemith.

Performers: Richard Runnels (horn) ; Brachi Tilles (piano: Dreyfus) ; Paul Sablinskis (marimba: Gifford).

Capture session: Recorded in 1995 and 1996 at Move Records studio.

Liner notes include programme notes and notes on the performers.


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