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Gabrieli: Eric Crees Performing Edition

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Gabrieli: Eric Crees Performing Edition

ERIC CREES is one of Britain's most distinguished brass arrangers and conductors. He is Musical Director of the London Symphony Orchestra Brass and a professor at the Guildhall School of Drama and Music in London.
• This new performing edition of Gabrieli's 'Sacrae Symphoniae' and 'Canzoni e Sonate' was prepared for the first ever complete recording of these works by the London Symphony Orchestra Brass on Naxos Records.
• The edition is unique both in its coverage of the complete works and in the quality of the editing. Unlike previous editions it is comprehensively marked with dynamics, tempi, phrasing, articulations and stylistic guidelines ~ everything for those ensembles who want to bring this music to life authentically without long discussions in the rehearsal room or uncertainty in the performance.
• The spectacular multi-choir effects and the different possible mixtures of instruments ~ choirs of woodwind or strings are quite possible ~ make these pieces eminently suitable for amateur, school or college groups, as well as fulfilling the demands of the most discerning professional.

Associate Editor ~ Christopher Mowat

"It was a stimulating and practical pleasure to work on such a diverse collection of works from the Gabrieli : Eric Crees Performing Edition. Tempo indications, dynamics and above all imaginative phrasing brought these wonderful pieces to life with ease and enabled my students to perform with style and refinement."
Chris Houlding, Prof. Trombone & Brass Ensemble, Folkwang University of Arts, Essen, Germany

Further arrangements by Eric Crees are shown in Brass Ensemble Tentet • Orchestral • Large Group.
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