Cooler Classics, Interviews, Uncategorized

“Cooler Classics” Sunday 9th August 2020 11pm-1am(rpts Various)Available on Listen Again.(www.nccr.co.uk)

“Cooler Classics”

  • In depth interviews with trumpeter Fabio Brum.. all about his album “Egregore+” and more
  • And Klaus Heymann tells us about his record label “NAXOS”

Plus beautiful music from Takako Nishizaki and New Zealand Symphony Orchestra with The Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto.(complete)

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Fabio Brum (left)  Klaus Heymann, founder Naxos Records.

About “Egregore+” (Fabio Brum)..(Naxos 8.574204)

This is a superb album. And Fabio Brum is a superb technician!

The album’s stated aim is to demonstrate the tremendous variety of sounds in the trumpet family. Indeed, Fabio uses Cornets in F, Trumpet, Flugelhorn and Cornets in B flat,G and D !! And we are introduced to the entirely new sound  of the Piccolo Cornet  in A…..an instrument especially developed for this album! So, a world premiere!!

The album’s contents take us from Vivaldi’s Griselda to Isaac Albinez’ Iberia(Book 2), Theo Charlier’s “Solo de Concours”,Heitor Villa-Lobos’ Bachianas Brasileiras No 5  and Efrain Oscher’s Rapsodia Latina, demonstrating the Piccolo Cornet in A mentioned earlier!

So, as the tracks clearly indicate, there is a strong Latin influence here…. guijira, guaguanco, bolero, choro…. you will find it hard not to enjoy!!

So..you know what to do now! Go out and buy a copy….you will enjoy it!!

So, do be sure to listen in at the appropriate time for you!!

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In The Cooler, Interviews, Music, NCCR

NCCR “In The Cooler” Friday 7-9pm 6th September 2019, rpt Sunday noon-2pm and Tuesday 6-8pm.(www.nccr.co.uk)

So the guest list has been determined,the subjects to be discussed and the music to be played!!

Guests: Robb Eden, Angela Lamont, Paul Curran.

Subjects: Offshore radio,community radio, NCCR, teaching, counselling for the prison service, poetry, Robert Plant and matters arising!!

Expect music from Chuck Berry, Norman Greenbaum, Chopin, The Magic Roundabout, Vivaldi, Bach, Judith Durham and The Seekers, Ralph McTell, Dave Brubeck, Crispian Steele Perkins,Georges Brassens, Tom Lehrer…….

It promises to be an exciting programme! Do join us...

http://www.nccr.co.uk Friday 7-9 pm