DIVERTIMENTO WIND MUSIC OF AMERICAN COMPOSERS CD
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The Keystone Wind Ensemble conducted by Jack Stamp performing Wind Music of
American Composers. 20-bit recording.
Citadel recordings were recorded with minimal mikes and special equipment by noted engineer Bruce Leek and are performed by The Keystone Wind Ensemble, conducted by Jack Stamp. Audiophiles who cherish the late '50s and early '60s Mercury Living Presence LPs of The Eastman Wind Ensemble conducted by Frederic Fennell will know (or want to know) about this similar block-buster series - all digitally recorded in 20 or 24 bit!
"Recorded music, I once thought, could never achieve the wonder of live sound.
But in these superb performances of my works, the richness, width and depth of
sound remove all the limitations I felt existed in the past. I am more than
pleased. I have finally heard these pieces as I heard them in my mind's ears. I
congratulate the engineer profusely." - David Diamond
Keystone Wind Ensemble
Jack Stamp, conductor
1. Ceremonial Fanfare
3. Sketches of a Tudor Psalm
Divertimento in F
4. I. Fanfare (to Fisher Tull)
5. II. Fate: In Memoriam William Schumann
6. III. Fury (to Joan Tower)
7. IV. Faith (to Mike, Gary, Bud, and David)
8. V. Frolic (to David Diamond)
Symphony For Band
9. I. Andante - Allegro moderato
10. II. Adagio non tanto
11. III. Allegro ritmico
12. Celebration Fanfare from Stepping Stones
Total Time: 61:17
DDD 20-bit Digital Recording