I have been a Bjork fan for about 7 years. I have most, if not all of her non live albums. I think she is an incredible musician and composer and singer. Her new album Volta just came out this week and I just finished listening to it. Now, you may wonder what this has to do with trumpet. I'll tell you. You may be familiar with Bjork's movie "Dancer in the Dark" It is an incredibly emotional movie that I can only watch if I am really in the mood for an emotional beating. It's opening credits feature a brass choir playing a piece entitled Overture to a New World. It is composed by Bjork and arranged for brass by Vince Mendoza. It is so moving. I highly suggest watching the movie, or at least getting the song on iTunes or something. Last year Bjork composed the soundtrack to an independent movie called Drawing Restraint 9. This album featured 3 or 4 tracks that had brass choir writing, but the writing was very atonal. I really like it, but it isn't something you listen to when you go to bed. From these two albums with brass, she discovered what an incredible texture range she can get with brass so on her new album EVERY TRACK features brass playing. The writing is really really well done and the albums flows from top to bottom perfectly. Her vocals are great, and she even sings two duets on the album, which is not something she usually does. If you have an extra $12 (my copy was $13.99 Canadian, which is CHEAP) I highly suggest listening to some brilliant music that features Bjork's unique energy as well as beautiful brass writing. If you don't wanna shell out $12, take a look at her on iTunes. I highly suggest track #3 on the album. It is a gorgeous poem by an Icelandic poet, translated into English accompanied by drums that kind of sound like Koto drums, and a really pretty brass choral background. PS: if you didn't get the title of the album, it is Volta.