Brahms: Chorale Prelude No.10 - Canadian Brass featuring Achilles Liarmakopoulos





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Published on Dec 15, 2011

iTunes - Brahms on Brass - http://bit.ly/YeKFc6
iTunes - Takes Flight - http://bit.ly/VgXDHy
Sheet Music - http://bit.ly/YYDNR7

Brahms- Chorale Prelude no.10 (arr. Ralph Sauer) featuring Canadian Brass trombonist Achilles Liarmakopoulos has quickly become an important work in the BRASS Repertoire.
First recorded for the chart-topping, "Brahms On Brass," it can also be heard on the 2012 release, "Takes Flight." Both albums boast Juno Award nominations.

The Sheet music is now available! - http://bit.ly/YYDNR7

Takes Flight 2013 Juno Nomination: http://junoawards.ca/nominees-winners...

Canadian Brass would like to thank FACTOR (The Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent On Recordings) for their assistance on this album.

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Comments • 68

Alphonso Rayford
Trombone tone is so pure and beautiful! One day I hope to sound half as good as that! 
GenuinelyFuriousNigger Ayyylmaooo
and everybody at my school says chorales are boring
I keep coming back because I can't get enough of this. Sublime performance. Thanks for sharing here.
Paul Babiarz
A nice piece of Brahms done well by the Canadian Brass. That's a beautiful part for the trombone. Lose the white gym shoes. Woody Allen worked that gimmick forty-five years ago.
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Isabella Kelly
The tone of the trombone is amazing :D
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Gabriella Horn
Like always, perfect! great sound and beautiful performance,I loved them!
The smoothness and tone of Achilles is top notch, simply amazing, though all of the performers are very good. This is an excellent piece.
So wonderful that even Bach would enjoy it.
Israel de Sousa
Excellent! I'm Brazilian, and I love to listen to this group.They are wonderful musicians. I'm a trumpeter here in Brazil. Strong hug to the group!
Russell Bond
That's a flugelhorn, right?
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