Record score: Wynton, Dokschitzer and Andre!

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  1. mchs3d

    mchs3d Mezzo Forte User

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    I found a great set of records at the thrift shop today. Wynton's "Codes from the Black underground," Andre's "Four Trumpet Concertos" and an old 1975 record from USSR titled "The Incredible Trumpet Virtuosity of Timofei Dokschitzer." My favorite is the Russian one. What a great record! I have to post a couple of these on YouTube for y'all! If you have ever heard Nakariakov's "Elegie" album, you'll notice some of the same songs on this record. I can see where Nakariakov got his greatest influence.
     
  2. Sethoflagos

    Sethoflagos Utimate User

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    Many people complain about the the scarcity of good classical solo trumpet pieces and yet Dokshitzer's contribution to the solo trumpet repertoire is rarely mentioned. Not only did he make many fine arrangements of works originally written for other instruments, he also commissioned or promoted a large number of works from less well-known Russian composers (Perskin, Shakov, Vainberg, Nesterov etc).

    I've picked up a few from this site, and from my experience so far they need to be better known in the West

    Editions Marc Reift : Collection+Timofei+Dokshitser
     
  3. Richard Oliver

    Richard Oliver Forte User

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    I owned the Dokshitzer lp in the what . . . late '70's. Wish I still had it. Bought it somewhere near Pasadena if I recall correctly.
     
  4. mchs3d

    mchs3d Mezzo Forte User

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    Yeah, I'm a 'youngin' but I love the LPs.
     
  5. bamajazzlady

    bamajazzlady Mezzo Forte User

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    Props on your finds! Post 'em in High Quality all in their entirety on YouTube.
     

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