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Dennis Brain on record

Robert Lewis Marshall

Dennis Brain on record

a comprehensive discography of his solo, chamber, and orchestral recordings

by Robert Lewis Marshall

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Published by Margun Music in Newton Centre, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brain, Dennis, -- 1921-1957 -- Discography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by Robert L. Marshall ; foreword by Gunther Schuller.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML156.7.B72 M37 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxviii, 162 p. :
    Number of Pages162
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18067961M

    The British horn player Dennis Brain () is commonly described by such statements as the greatest horn player of the 20th Century, a genius, and a legend. He was both a prodigy and popularizer, famously performing a concerto on a garden hose in perfect pitch. On his usual concert instrument his tone was Brand: University of North Texas Press. Like many young students of the horn, back in the 's, I was inspired by the music on the Seraphim LP "The Art of Dennis Brain." I particularly loved the performance of the Minuet and Trio from Dittersdorf's Partita in D, something I was no longer able to enjoy after my turntable [record player] died, late in the previous century, and the album was never re-released on CD/5(16).

    This is a marvellous record which does the fullest justice to the art of Dennis Brain, whom Boyd Neel called ‘the finest Mozart player of his generation on any instrument’. This recording of the Mozart Horn Quintet surely bears that out. Robert Marshall: Dennis Brain on Record, on Record ollecting Dennis Brain recordings started as a hobby for Robert L. Marshall, professor of musicology at Brandeis University, but became a serious research and publication project with the encouragement of Barry Tuckwell, Stephen Pettitt, Dick Mackey, and Gunther Schuller.

    LONDON, Sept. Dennis Brain, world-famous French horn player, was killed today when his car crashed into a tree at Hatfield, Hertfordshire. He was 36 years old. Author of The music of Johann Sebastian Bach, Variations on the canon, Kantaten zum 9. und Sonntag nach Trinitatis, Dennis Brain on record, Luther, Bach, and the early Reformation chorale, Studies in Renaissance and Baroque music in honor of Arthur Mendel, Eighteenth-century keyboard music, Exploring the world of J.S. Bach.


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Robert Marshall, author of Dennis Brain on Record “Since a great deal of new material has been found by the authors, it is exciting for horn players to anticipate the publication of this book.”-- William Scharnberg, Regents Professor of Horn, University of North Texas/5(5).

Robert Marshall, author of Dennis Brain on Record “Since a great deal of new material has been found by the authors, it is exciting for horn players to anticipate the publication of this book.”-- William Scharnberg, Regents Professor of Horn, University of North Texas.

Dennis Brain does not (or at least was not officially contracted to) appear in over sixty published works recorded by the Philharmonia during this close to four-year time span. Those works, of course, have been omitted from the main body of.

Dennis Brain on record: a comprehensive discography of his solo, chamber, and orchestral recordings. In this Book. The British horn player Dennis Brain (–) is commonly described by such statements as “the greatest horn player of the 20th Century,” “a genius,” and “a legend.” He was both a prodigy and popularizer, famously performing a concerto on a garden hose in perfect by: 3.

Dennis Brain does not (or at least was not officially contracted to) appear in over sixty published works recorded by the Philharmonia during this close to four-year time span.

Those works, of course, have been omitted from the main body of the discography. View credits, reviews, Dennis Brain on record book and shop for the Vinyl release of The Art Of Dennis Brain on Discogs/5(8).

Pettitt, Stephen, Dennis Brain, a Biography. London, Robert Hale 2 nd edition, The most important published source of information on Aubrey Brain.

Prowse, Martin, The Unfamiliar Dennis Brain, in Audio Record Review, Octoberpp Although an article about Dennis, the author compares and contrasts Dennis’s art on records with. In “Dennis Brain’s horn playing – so expressive, so finely shaded and always of a brightness which puts it in a different class from the safe but dull German horn-playing – verged on the miraculous.” “It is difficult to say anything of Dennis Brain’s performance, except that he was an alchemist, turning copper into gold.

Eminently satisfying.”—Robert Marshall, author of Dennis Brain on Record The British horn player Dennis Brain (–) is commonly described by such statements as “the greatest horn player of the 20th Century,” “a genius,” and “a legend.”Cited by: 3.

Collecting Dennis Brain recordings started as a hobby for Robert L. Marshall, professor of musicology at Brandeis University, but became a serious research and publication project with the encouragement of Barry Tuckwell, Stephen Pettitt, Dick Mackey, and Gunther Schuller.

Bob Marshall started as a horn player. Mozart*, Dennis Brain, Colin Horsley, The Dennis Brain Wind Ensemble*, Berkeley*, Manoug Parikian - Quintet In E Flat Major K.

/ Trio For Violin Horn And Piano 2 versions Capitol Records, Capitol Records. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Dennis Brain by Stephen Gamble,University of North Texas Press edition, in English - 1st : Dennis Brain: A Life in Music North Texas Lives of Musicians Series North Texas Lives of Musicians Hardcover: : Stephen Gamble, William Lynch: Books.

The Art of Dennis Brain. Heritage: HTGCDM Buy download online. Dennis Brain, Denis Matthews, Dennis Brain Wind Ensemble (ensemble), London Baroque Ensemble (ensemble), Karl Haas (conductor), Gerald Moore, Philharmonia Orchestra (orchestra), Jack Westrup (conductor), Neill Sanders, Edmund Chapman, Alfred Cursue, Gareth Morris, Gerlad Moore, Missing: record book.

his research from his excellent books, Dennis Brain: A Biography (Hale, ) and Philharmonia—Complete Discography (Hunt, ). We also thank Stephen Pettitt for providing the photographs, and for generously allowing access to his private archives. Special appreciation also to Mrs.

Audrey Brain, for her hospitality and. Eminently satisfying.”—Robert Marshall, author of Dennis Brain on Record “Since a great deal of new material has been found by the authors, it is exciting for horn players to anticipate the publication of this book.”—William Scharnberg, Regents Professor of.

Both works are listed by Robert Marshall in his book Dennis Brain on Record, Margun Music, Inc.p () For a most comprehensive description of An American in England, visit The Digital Deli Too website.

Dennis Brain () Dennis Brain, through his concerts, broadcasts, and recordings, brought the horn into prominence as a solo instrument and became an inspiration to many for his technical and musical excellence on the horn.

He was the son of Aubrey Brain, nephew of Alfred Brain, Junior, and grandson of A.E. Brain, Senior. The character of the prose can be said to reflect the character of the book's subject.

Eminently satisfying."--Robert Marshall, author of Dennis Brain on Record "Since a great deal of new material has been found by the authors, it is exciting for horn players to anticipate the publication of this book."--Pages:.

The British horn player Dennis Brain () is commonly described by such statements as "the greatest horn player of the 20th Century," and "a genius." He was both a prodigy and popularizer, famously performing a concerto on a garden hose in perfect pitch.

Read "Dennis Brain: A Life in Music" by Stephen Gamble and William Lynch available from Rakuten Kobo. The British horn player Dennis Brain () is commonly described by such statements as the greatest horn player of Brand: University of North Texas Press.Dennis Brain: The Horn Player.

Warner Classics: Buy 4 CDs or download online. Dennis Brain (horn), Colin Horsley (piano), Manoug Parikian (violin), Neill Sanders (horn), Dennis Brain Ensemble, Gerald Moore (piano), Denis Matthews (piano), Philharmonia Orchestra, Dennis Brain Wind Ensemble, Morley College Symphony Orchestra, London Baroque .