'Your playing is just wonderful. Could listen to you all day!' - Debbie Wiseman, Classic FM Composer-in-Residence
Paul's eclectic musical tastes are reflected in his discography. It offers a diverse selection of music representing the many collaborations he has pursued throughout his career.
Cecilia McDowall: Seraphim/Dance the Dark Street
"This winning release offers finely polished and well-recorded accounts of some of Cecilia McDowall's most compelling pieces. The life-affirming, restorative strength of her direct and unaffected speech is fully communicated in these carefully prepared, joyous performances."
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Hodie Gloriosa
The London Mozart Players Brass Ensemble under its director and principal trumpet Paul Archibald present Hodie Gloriosa (Glorious Today), bringing together music of the classical masters with classically inspired pieces by some of Britain's most distinguished contemporary composers.
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Hummel Septets
'Capricorn's combination of individual virtuosity with a persuasive sense of teamwork means both of Hummel's delightful chamber works really come to life. Hummel at his most dazzling, delighting us with his unpredictable instrumentation. The players vividly communicate their enjoyment of the music with scintillating performances' (BBC Music Magazine)
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The trumpet has evolved remarkably in the last half century, and the rich pickings on this album are ample testimony to the wonderful expansion of the repertoire for the instrument.
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A song more silent: Beamish, McDowall, O'Regan, Pl
It was during the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 that the guns of World War I were officially silenced. A Song More Silent is a beautiful commemeration of Remembrance (Armistice) Day.
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John Gardner: Music for Brass and Organ
The British composer John Gardner (b. 1917) has been astonishingly prolific, writing 249 opus numbers in his sixty-year career as composer, conductor and teacher. This CD explores his rich output for brass and organ, from the elegant Theme and Variations, Op. 7, of 1951 to the lusty Five Dances for Organ, Op. 179, written in 1988.
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Saint-Saens: Chamber Music
This double disc is a delightful selection of music for a variety of ensembles that ranges across Saint-Saens career, including the three woodwind sonatas that are some of his last works. The septet that opens the programme is a real delight - whimsical and witty.
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