Unusually, and confusingly, each pass through this album yields a different winner.
The first time, it was 'Ta Douleur'. I declare a weakness for songs with handclaps, but this has all kinds of other virtues, including a melody and feel that bring to mind Randy Newman's 'Mama Told me Not to Come', but without actually plagiarising it.
It has a clearer structure than some of the other songs, regularly returning to a catchy chorus and with a mellow trombone that provides a warm contrast to Camille's high voice. The semi-operatic obligato near the end swings the vote - yes, this is the one for radio. If Laurie Anderson were to have produced an album by Carla Bruni, they might have come close to this.
But what makes this album so extra special is the sense that nobody produced it all, it just sort of made itself. And if I'm wrong, and there was a calculating producer behind every move, please don't tell me. I don't want to know. Search The Observer. Go to The latest OMM issue.
The latest 10 best CDs. Rossini, arr. Duboux: MacArthur Park. Garzia, Henri-Michel France. Handel: Concerto in f minor ; G. Wagenseil: Concerto. Knight: Send in the Clowns ; Igor Stravinsky, arr. Handel: Concerto in f minor ; Paul Hindemith: Sonate. Pergolesi, arr.
Sauer: Sinfonia. Also contains 4 works for solo organ.
http://foodslah.com/2677.php De Bondt: Evergreen. Also contains several works performed on euphonium. Rochut : 60 Melodious Etudes, Volume 1. Bach all parts overdubbed by Mike Hall on alto, tenor and bass trombones. Fitzgerald: Aria: Bist du bei mir If thou be near ; J. Dishinger: Ayre Song ; Giuseppe Concone, trans. Halferty: The Sailor's Song ; G. Handel, arr.
Buchtel: Cantilena ; G. Handel, trans. William Gower: Saraband ; Floyd O.
Vedeski: Gavotte from Harpsichord Suite No. Dishinger: March from Suite No.
Rameau, trans. Walters: Allerseelen, Op. Jones" - Summit DCD Barrie Gott: Adagio ; Trad. Also contains Trad. Bill Reichenbach: Scarborough Fair ; Trad. Bill Geldard: Stardust ; Neil Hefti, arr. Adrian Drover: Chelsea Bridge ; Traditional, arr. Chris Mowat: All I ask of You. Jansen, Jos Netherlands - Bass Trombone. Also contains one piano solo and one horn solo. Liszt: Cujus animam from 'Stabat Mater'. Also contains works by Elgar and Vaughan Williams for solo organ.
Blyth: Cavatine, Op. Steadman-Allen: The Pilgrim's Prayer. Yamada: Karatachi no Hana. Pergolesi: Duet No. Thomason: Ludis Blues. Klay, Eric Australia - Bass Trombone.
Galliard: Sonata No. Kori, Kyoichiro Japan. Bach: Arioso ; George Gershwin arr. Abrams: Adagietto from Symphony No. Bach: Suite No.
Lenthe, Carl USA. Hasselmann: Bravour-Arie, Op. Cafe ; III. Senanes : Serie del Angel.
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Alexiadis: Threnodia ; John O. Lindberg, Christian Sweden. Kalevi Aho's Symphony No. Vagn Holmboe's Concerto No. Also contains The World of Montuagretta for flute and orchestra. Mozart: Variations on "Ah! Mozart: Horn Concerto No. Tchaikovsky: Suite from 'The Queen of Spades'.