Live From Vienna phil Blech Wien, Olivier Latry & Anton Mittermayr
Label: Deutsche Grammophon
Composer: Giovanni Gabrieli (1557-1612), Jean-Baptiste Lully (1632-1687), Georg Friedrich Händel (1685-1759), Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Anton Bruckner (1824-1896), Gustav Holst (1874-1934), Ottorino Respighi (1879-1936), Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1809-1847)
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- Giovanni Gabrieli (1557 - 1612): Canzon in echo duodecimi toni à 10, Ch. 180:
- 1Gabrieli: Canzon in echo duodecimi toni à 10, Ch. 180 (Arr. Mark Gaal for Brass Band) (Live)04:01
- Jean-Baptiste Lully (1632 - 1687): Le bourgeois gentilhomme, LWV 43:
- 2Lully: Le bourgeois gentilhomme, LWV 43: Marche pour la cérémonie des Turcs (Arr. Mark Gaal for Brass Band) (Live)03:00
- George Frideric Handel (1685 - 1759): Zadok the Priest, HWV 258:
- 3Handel: Zadok the Priest, HWV 258 (Arr. Mark Gaal for Brass Band) (Live)05:51
- Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750): Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor, BWV 582:
- 4J.S. Bach: Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor, BWV 582 (Arr. Mark Gaal for Brass Band) (Live)15:40
- Anton Bruckner (1824 - 1896): Abendzauber:
- 5Bruckner: Abendzauber (Arr. Mark Gaal for Brass Band) (Live)06:30
- Gustav Holst (1874 - 1934): The Planets, Op. 32:
- 6Holst: The Planets, Op. 32: 1. Mars, the Bringer of War (Arr. Mark Gaal for Brass Band) (Live)07:23
- Ottorino Respighi (1879 - 1936): Church Windows, P. 150:
- 7Respighi: Church Windows, P. 150: 1. The Flight into Egypt (Arr. Mark Gaal for Brass Band) (Live)06:03
- 8Respighi: Church Windows, P. 150: 2. St. Michael Archangel (Arr. Mark Gaal for Brass Band) (Live)05:51
- 9Respighi: Church Windows, P. 150: 3. The Matins of St. Clare (Arr. Mark Gaal for Brass Band) (Live)05:00
- 10Respighi: Church Windows, P. 150: 4. St. Gregory The Great (Arr. Mark Gaal for Brass Band) (Live)09:07
- Felix Mendelssohn (1809 - 1847): Denn er hat seinen Engeln befohlen, MWV B 53:
- 11Mendelssohn: Denn er hat seinen Engeln befohlen, MWV B 53 (Arr. Mark Gaal for Brass Band) (Live)03:04
Info for Live From Vienna
In April 2019, the brass ensemble phil Blech Wien joined forces with Olivier Latry to present an extraordinary programme chosen with the aim of bring the tradition of Viennese sound to a wider appreciation through the merging of two sound worlds—realized through the unique arrangements of Mark Gaal. After a hugely successful first performance in the sold-out Kulturpalast Dresden with its new Eule organ, the concert was repeated and recorded a week later in the Great Hall of the Musikverein in Vienna: Olivier Latry on the 6,138-pipe, 81-stop Rieger organ—which he had inaugurated eight years before—and the 17 other musicians create an atmosphere, beauty and power of sound normally associated with large orchestras.
phil Blech Wien
Olivier Latry, organ
Anton Mittermayr, conductor
phil Blech Wien
is an ensemble formed by musicians from the ranks of the Vienna Philharmonic, the Staatskapelle Dresden, the NDR Radiophilharmonie, the Vienna Volksoper, the Tonkünstler Orchestra, the Hanover State Opera and the Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg. They made their impressive debut with a brilliant performance in the intermission film of the Vienna Philharmonic’s New Year’s Concert 2013. The musicians play rotary valve trumpet, Viennese horn, trombone, tuba and Viennese timpani, and thus provide an unmistakable, harmonious and round Viennese sound. Their first album was released by Deutsche Grammophon and centered around Wagner and Verdi – 2013 being both composers’ anniversary year.
titular organist at Notre-Dame, Paris, emeritus organist at the Orchestre National de Montréal, and currently William T. Kemper Artist in Residence at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, is acknowledged as one of the world’s most eminent exponents of his instrument and one of the greatest ambassadors for the organ. A former student of Gaston Litaize, he now teaches at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris and has been honoured with numerous international awards and prizes, including the prize awarded by the Del Duca Foundation (Institut de France-Académie des Beaux-Arts). He has appeared in more than fifty countries and on all five continents, as an ambassador for the organ, as a recitalist or with major orchestras under the direction of renowned conductors.
In addition to engagements as a soloist and in various chamber music formations – including as solo timpanist of the Wiener Hofmusikkapelle – Anton Mittermayr has also been solo timpanist of the Wiener Staatsoper Orchestra and the Wiener Philharmoniker, and is currently professor of percussion at the Konservatorium Wien Privatuniversität and senior lecturer at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. Every year he conducts the opening fanfares at the traditional ball of the Wiener Philharmoniker.
bass trombonist of the Wiener Philharmoniker/Wiener Staatsoper Orchestra and tenor trombonist of the Wiener Hofmusikkapelle, is a versatile and sought-after chamber musician. A founding member of phil Blech Wien, a member of Wien-Berlin Brass Quintet and Wiener Posaunen Ensemble.