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Natural Horn Music FOUND

Wonderful classical music by recently rediscover composers of the 19th Century performed on the natural horn in a multi-track recording of Trios and Quartets.

Thanks to the World Wide Web and all who are following their passion and creating this amazing reference, with the online music library of public domain material: IMSLP a number of works have coCD35 22 Triosme to my attention from moderately obscure composers which I'm happy to present here.

When I first downloaded the Du Puy in around 2010, it wasn't known who this person was. Now as I finalize this recording a second work has been added which I added to the end of the CD, the quartetto, and a picture and biography of Du Puy have been added to the site.

Not much is known about Comte de Champigny, and in my Web search about him I came up with only genealogy possibilities. Based on his style, I would assume that his music is from the 1830s or 40s.

The Javault Was published around 1821, and is for horns in different keys. a composer writing for horns in different keys to me seems like a monumental task. It is a process of fitting melodies to the harmonic series of each key, which is the open tones of a horn and interweaving the different keys to make melodies and accompaniments.

As I type these notes, I have been magically given a two line biography of Johann Peter Heuschekel (4 January 1773, Harras near Eisfeld – 5 December 1853, BiebRichard), was a German, oboist, organist, music teacher and composer. From 1792 Heuschkel was oboist and later also organist in Hildburghausen. He is best remembered for being the teacher of Carl Maria von Weber (1796) . In 1818 he became court music teacher at BiebRichard. As a composer, Heuschkel wrote mostly wind music, oboe concertos, piano sonatas, and songs.

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Richard's Spiral Prism

Release date: February 11, 2013

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CD41 American Horn Music vol. 2

Burdick's CD41Music by:
R. Burdick
J. Graas, R. Johnson
J. Ott, A. M. Ingalis
A. D. Schmutz, T. Strong

CD40 Retrospective II
Horn Quartets No's 1 - 5

Burdick's CD40Retrospective II
Horn Quartets:
No. 1, Op. 39,
No. 2, Op. 51,
 No. 3, Op. 136,
  No. 4, Op. 149,
                       No. 5, Op. 154

CD39 Bach by Popular Demand

CD39 A sequel toCD39 cover-88
R. Burdick's
Easter Oratorio CD and his Favorites CD Bach Cantatas, 26, 84 & 99

CD38 Matthew Locke:
Broken & Flatte Consorts

CD38 Richard Burdick performs trios from the late renaissance: CD 38 Locke-Brokenall 6 Broken Consort Suites and both Flatte Consort suites - 36 track of Christmas like music.

CD37 Microtonal music of Richard Burdick

CD37 Richard Burdick's compositions:
Earth & Moon, Op. 202
Polar Flux, Op. 204 Microtonal music of Richard Burdick

A multi-track recording of Mr. Burdick:
A microtonal duet (Op. 204) & quartet (Op. 202)

64 tones per octave.

CD36 Classical Natural Horn
Music By Duvernoy & Schneider

CD36 Classical Natural Horn
Music By Duvernoy & Schneider

CD36 Natural horn Burdick Beautiful authentic practice classical era natural horn music, for horn trio and duo.

A very popular style of music in Beethoven's lifetime.

CD35 Twenty-Two Trios
for Horns

CD35 Twenty-two Trios
fCD35or Horn, Op. 156

Nothing else like it for horn ensemble! These trios are full of memorable tunes interwoven in fascinating ways, with wonderful twists and turns.

CD34 Natural Horn Music FOUND

Thanks to IMSLP a number of works have come to my attention from moderately obscure CD34composers, which I'm happy to present here performed on the Natural horn. Nineteenth Century composers Du Puy, Comte de Champigny, Alexandre Javault, Johann Peter Heuschekel. Released February 2013.

CD32 American Horn Music
American Horn Music
of the 40's & 50's

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“This CD proves that what may have sounded weird sixty years ago now sounds normal and often beautiful.”

There are many lesser-known 20th century composers, who have great worth!

Let’s not forget the music of:
Wendell Otey
Alan Hovhaness
Henry Cowell
Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco
Gunther Schuller.