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With their new album "Chansons sans paroles", the young brass ensemble "Salaputia Brass" takes us through the history of French chanson and cuts the words off the chosen songs - in a very humble, homage-like manner, mind you. From the Renaissance madrigal to the present day, almost every era is represented. New arrangements specially tailored for the ensemble allow these works to be heard in a completely new tonal brilliance. The expressiveness of the wind instruments is impressive and demonstrates their closeness to the human voice. The members of the ensemble hold various solo positions in top German orchestras (Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Gurzenich-Orchester Koln, Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg)
With their new album "Chansons sans paroles", the young brass ensemble "Salaputia Brass" takes us through the history of French chanson and cuts the words off the chosen songs - in a very humble, homage-like manner, mind you. From the Renaissance madrigal to the present day, almost every era is represented. New arrangements specially tailored for the ensemble allow these works to be heard in a completely new tonal brilliance. The expressiveness of the wind instruments is impressive and demonstrates their closeness to the human voice. The members of the ensemble hold various solo positions in top German orchestras (Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Gurzenich-Orchester Koln, Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg)
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Chansons Sans Paroles
Artist: Salaputia Brass
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With their new album "Chansons sans paroles", the young brass ensemble "Salaputia Brass" takes us through the history of French chanson and cuts the words off the chosen songs - in a very humble, homage-like manner, mind you. From the Renaissance madrigal to the present day, almost every era is represented. New arrangements specially tailored for the ensemble allow these works to be heard in a completely new tonal brilliance. The expressiveness of the wind instruments is impressive and demonstrates their closeness to the human voice. The members of the ensemble hold various solo positions in top German orchestras (Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Gurzenich-Orchester Koln, Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg)
        
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