Black Dyke Band & Nicholas Childs – Graham: Metropolis 1927 (2018) [Official Digital Download 24bit/44,1kHz]

(Last Updated On: September 6, 2022)

Black Dyke Band & Nicholas Childs – Graham: Metropolis 1927 (2018)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/44,1 kHz | Time – 01:03:58 minutes | 553 MB | Genre: Classical
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Peter Graham is one of the leading brass band composers of his generation, and the first outside the US to win the American Bandmasters Associations prestigious Ostwald Award for composition. Black Dyke Band celebrates his 60th birthday with this recording, the theme of which derives from Grahams time in New York and from some of the giants of American culture. On the Shoulders of Giants pays tribute to great brass virtuosi such as Miles Davis and John Philip Sousa; New York Movie is a musical narrative on seven of Edward Hoppers iconic, haunting paintings; and Metropolis 1927 takes its inspiration from the dystopian beauty of Fritz Langs classic science fiction film.

Tracklist:
1-01. Black Dyke Band – On the Shoulders of Giants : I. Fanfares (04:25)
1-02. Black Dyke Band – On the Shoulders of Giants : II. Elegy (06:08)
1-03. Black Dyke Band – On the Shoulders of Giants : III. Fantasie brillante (05:20)
1-04. Dale Gerrard – Radio City : I. City Noir (03:41)
1-05. Dale Gerrard – Radio City : II. Cafe Rouge (03:36)
1-06. Dale Gerrard – Radio City : III. 2-Minute Mile (02:18)
1-07. Philip Cobb – Meditation : Meditation (04:23)
1-08. Philip Cobb – Paramount Rhapsody : Paramount Rhapsody (04:36)
1-09. Dale Gerrard – New York Movie : New York Movie (13:47)
1-10. Black Dyke Band – Metropolis 1927 : Metropolis 1927 (15:39)

Personnel:
Dale Gerrard, narrator (on track 1)
Philip Cobb, trumpet (on tracks 2, 3)
Peter Moore, trombone (on tracks 1, 2)
Richard Phillips, keyboards
Black Dyke Band
Nicholas Childs, conductor
Stephen Cobb, bandmaster

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