fluegelhorn


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a brass instrument resembling a cornet but with a wider bore

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Das Flugelhorn: die Geschichte des Flugelhorns, illustriert am Beispiel der Sammlung Streitwieser im Musikinstrumentenmuseum Schloss Kremsegg = The fluegelhorn: the history of the fluegelhorn as illustrated by the Streitwieser collection in the Instrument Museum of Schloss Kremsegg.
Bowie, who also played the fluegelhorn, was known as a flamboyant performer with a sense of humor and an appreciation for the theatrical side of performing, often wearing a baker's hat during performances.
Unusually, Chet chooses a tenor saxophonist to share the frontline, under-rated Phil Urso, who provides a warm counter balance to Baker's cool fluegelhorn. Pianist Hal Galper contributes a couple of the arrangements and some others are supplied by Tadd Dameron, making this a lot more than a jamming session.
Featured will be Grant's arrangements for fluegelhorn, piano and string quartet of four spirituals and the Bill Lee composition "Little Jimmy Fiddler." Also highlighted will be Matheny's ballad "Penumbra," arrangements of the "Habanera" from "Carmen" and of the aria "Oh Mio Babbino Caro" from "Gianni Schicchi" and the premiere of Grant's impressionist treatment, for duo and strings, of Ellington's "African Flower."
Evocative score of folky musical musings features acoustic guitar, cello, trumpet and fluegelhorn from David Buchbinder, the helmer's younger brother.