Trumpet Recordings (no specific genre)

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Bear, Jul 27, 2004.

  1. Bear

    Bear Forte User

    Apr 30, 2004
    Hey Folxs,
    Hope everyone is doin' ok. I just thought this would be a good topic for discussion and hopefully get everyone listening some more. Please list the five (5) most influential TRUMPET recordings of yours. No specific genre, can be jazz, classical, rock, whatever. Just try to limit it to purely trumpet stuff. Such as trpt players or orchestras featuring a certain player. Have fun, and keep listening.

    Doc Severinson - Tonite Show Band CD I/II
    Lious Armstrong - Greatest Hits
    Allen Vizutti - Emerald Gems
    Bill Chase - Pure Enea... ok, all of them :D
    Wynton Marsalis - Carnival

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  2. JackD

    JackD Mezzo Forte User

    Nov 30, 2003
    Manchester / London
    Hmm this is tricky...

    1. Phil Smith - New York Legends
    2. Wynton Marsalis - London Concert
    3. Miles Davis - So What
    4. Clifford Brown - Study in Brown
    5. NY Phil / Bernstein - Mahler 7
  3. Yoder

    Yoder Piano User

    Aug 2, 2004
    Digital Domain
    A rather obscure recording is the late Steve Lacy and Barry Wedgle's CD "Rendevous." I have a full length cut of a song off the album (I am a personal friend of Barry's and have his permission to post the song." The page is CBAW.htm and it is under jazz. The link to Exit Records provides you the chance to buy it. 8) It is a very unusual duet, and worth the purchase.

    Oh, my site is a site that sells brass and woodwinds--don't want to be accused of "shimming" like they did on a sax forum. Bloody woodwind players need to get their acts together! :shock:
  4. Bear

    Bear Forte User

    Apr 30, 2004
    Clifford Brown, another one of my favs... Yes Yoder, very kewl indeed. Anyone else out there with their favorite 5?

  5. ScreaminRaider

    ScreaminRaider Piano User

    Apr 22, 2004
    San Antonio, Tx
    Lee Morgan- The Sidewinder
    Miles Davis- Kind of Blue
    Maynard Ferguson- MF Storm
    Tower Of Power-Any album
    Wynton-Carnaval, and The London Concert (It's a tie)
  6. Dave Payn

    Dave Payn New Friend

    Jan 20, 2004
    Isle of Arran, Scotland
    In no particular order.... (yet)

    Maurice Andre - Haydn/Mozart Oboe Concerto transcriptions

    Sergei Nakariakov - No Limits

    Contrasts for Trumpets - Six great classical trumpeters (including Adolph Herseth and Anthony Plog) directed by Howard Snell on the English Doyen label

    Wynton Marsalis - Haydn/Hummel Trumpet Concertos

    Crispian Steele-Perkins - Classical Trumpet Concertos (all on ancient instruments - including Haydn/Hummel)
  7. jazzartizt1742

    jazzartizt1742 New Friend

    Dec 14, 2003
    Union Grove, Wisconsin
    Maynard-Anything he ever recorded.
    Wayne Bergeron-You Call This a Living?
    Miles-Kind of Blue/Porgy and Bess
    Arturo Sandoval-Hot House/Americana/Trumpet Evolution
  8. jpkaminga

    jpkaminga Pianissimo User

    Jul 1, 2004
    Miles, In a Slient Way
    Miles Smiles
    Ornette Coleman, Something Else, Don Cherry on trumpet
    Louis Armstrong plays W.C. Handy
    Charles Mingus presents Charles Mingus, Ted Curson on trumpet

    I like classical music too but I don't know so much about great trumpet players who play classical music, I've heard alot of Maurice Andre that I liked
  9. Bear

    Bear Forte User

    Apr 30, 2004
    Satchmo plays Handy? Never heard of that one, where can I find it? Thxs.

  10. dizforprez

    dizforprez Forte User

    Nov 2, 2003
    I don’t think I can narrow it down to 5 but I will list the current top 5 “trumpet†cds I am listening to this week or so.

    Mahler second symphony with Atlanta Symphony Orchestra/Levi
    My song of Songs Phil Smith
    Rainbow Body ASO/Spano
    Ludwig Guttler, can’t remember the CD name because it has a bunch of stuff I have never heard of on it but this guy is GREAT!
    Chicago Symphony orchestra, I have a pretty big collection of CDs from them, I usually listen to a different one each week or so, this week is Sheherazade!

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