Rescued!, Forgotten Works for the 19th
Century Horn, performed on the single F horn John Ericson,
horn, and Yi-Wan, piano Summit Records, 2016
Rescued! celebrates the forgotten works of
a group of 19th-century hornists and composers. The music included in this
recording was composed between roughly 1860 and 1910 and are quality works
aimed primarily at low horn players of the late 19th century who still
used single F horns. The works included in this recording are:
Three world renowned players. Three diverse instruments. Three friends.
And a new concept in brass chamber music. Table For Three brings
together John Ericson, Douglas Yeo, and Deanna Swoboda in a group
combining horn, bass trombone, and tuba for a scintillating album of music
spanning 450 years. Renaissance, baroque, classical, contemporary, and
third-stream works none of which have ever been recorded and which include
several newly commissioned and newly arranged compositions combine for an
engaging, thought-provoking program.
RAUM Relationships for horn, bass trombone and tuba
GOTTSCHALK The Dying Poet, arr. Geese
REICHA Selections from Trios, Op. 82 and Op. 94, arr. Ericson
NEHLYBEL Trio, adapted by Douglas Yeo
J.S. BACH Wenn Sorgen auf mich Dringen from Cantata No. 2, arr.
Reicha Trios with Deanna Swoboda and Douglas Yeo (2013), as
recorded on Table for Three
Schumann Konzertstuck at Southwest Horn Conference (2012)
Bach B-Minor Mass with Arizona Bach Festival (2011)
Other Recordings -- selected
Guadalupe, Our Lady of the Roses, concert opera by James DeMars featuring R. Carlos Nakai, Isola Jones, and Robert Breault. The Guadalupe Festival Orechesra and Chorus, James DeMars, conductor, Canyon Records, 2008, Principal Horn. For more information and audio samples visit the Canyon Records website.
Holiday Pops ’07, The Salt River Brass, Patrick Sheridan, conductor, Salt River Brass Live, 2008. Solo horn. For more information visit http://www.saltriverbrass.com/
Circus Spectacular, The Salt River Brass, Patrick Sheridan, conductor, Salt River Brass Live, 2007. Solo
S’Wonderful, The Salt River Brass, Patrick Sheridan, conductor, Salt River Brass Live, 2007. Solo horn.
iChamber (music by Diane Thorme,
Daniel Lentz, Hideko Kawamoto, and Richard Boulanger), Institute for
Studies in the Arts, Arizona State University, Gary Hill, conductor, Centaur, 2002.
World, R. Carlos Nakai, Native American flute,
Canyon Symphony, Robert Moody, conductor, Canyon Records, 2002, Principal Horn. Nominated for a Grammy award in the New
Age category; for more information and audio samples from this CD visit the Canyon Records website.
and Amram (Dvorak, Symphony No. 9 and Amram, Kokopelli),
The Nashville Symphony, Kenneth Schermerhorn, conductor, Magna Tone, 1997,
work, Nashville, TN, 1991-98. Numerous "Gospel" and "Jingle" sessions with the Nashville String Machine (Carl
Gorodetzky, contractor) and others. Recordings included a portion of the
score of the movie Anastasia (Fox, 1997).
Piper Fantasy, James Galway, Flute, Eastman Philharmonia, David Effron, conductor,
RCA, 1987, Principal Horn.
Carnival, Wynton Marsalis, Cornet, Eastman Wind Ensemble, Donald Hunsberger, conductor, CBS
Masterworks, 1987, Second Horn.
Valente at Eastman, Volume II, Benita Valente, Soprano, Eastman
Philharmonia, David Effron,
conductor, Pantheon, 1987,
Friml: Chansonette, Eastman-Dryden Orchestra, Donald Hunsberger, conductor,
Arabesque, 1986, Second Horn.
Herbert: The American Girl, Eastman-Dryden Orchestra, Donald Hunsberger,
conductor, Arabesque, 1986, Second