Giacomo Carissimi was one of the most admired of seventeenth-century Italian composers.
These motets range from simpler arrangements for three, five or six voices with continuo to large scale pieces for two and three choirs.
Music by Shostakovich, Prokofiev, Scriabin and Rachmaninov arranged for brass septet by members of the ensemble.
Two trumpets in B flat, one in E flat, tuba, two trombones and a bass trombone. Suspend your disbelief and enjoy!
William Boyce was one of the most important English composers of the late Baroque period. These symphonies are in the main adapted from the instrumental movements of his numerous odes and theatrical works.