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A member of the Berlin Philharmonic since 2002, Stefan Schulz is one of the world’s leading bass trombonists. This recital programme was recorded live at a concert in the Chamber Music Hall of the Berliner Philharmonie. The programme was chosen to emphasize the various facets of the bass trombone and in particular its ability to play music of a songful character. This certainly applies to Brahms’ Four Serious Songs, as well as the cantabile works by Lebedev and Šulek as well as Jan Sandström’s simple Song to Lotta, appearing as an encore. To balance the programme Schulz has included a work by Daniel Schnyder, the New York-based composer and saxophonist with whom he collaborates closely.
Johannes Brahms: 4 Ernste Gesange, Op. 121 (arr. for bass trombone and piano)
No. 1. Denn es gehet dem Menschen wie dem Vieh
No. 2. Ich wandte mich und sahe an alle
No. 3. O Tod, wie bitter bist du
No. 4. Wenn ich mit Menschen - und mit Engelszungen redete
Stjepan Sulek: Trombone Sonata, "Vox Gabrieli"
Trombone Sonata, "Vox Gabrieli"
Alexey Konstantinovich Lebedev: Concerto in 1 movement (arr. for bass trombone and piano)
Concerto in 1 movement (arr. for bass trombone and piano)
Daniel Schnyder: subZERO, "Bass Trombone Concerto"
II. Sama'i Thaqil
III. ZOOM OUT
Jan Sandstrom: Sang till Lotta (arr. for bass trombone and piano)
Sang till Lotta (arr. for bass trombone and piano)
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