||Microcosm Concerto: Harp music by Handel CD (2010) |
Edward Jones discography Handel Suite in D Minor, Harp Concerto HWV294, Bochsa Introduction on Handel's 'O Let Eternal Honours' and 'From Mighty Kings', For Unto Us a Child is Born from Messiah, Babell Lascia ch'io pianga from Rinaldo Mara Galassi (Welsh triple harp, Erard harp), Giovanni Togni (organ, harpsichord, fortepiano).
Recording information: Chiesa di San Marco, Milan, Italy (09/2008/03/2009); Villa Sorra, Castelfranco ...
||Beachcomber: Encores For Band CD (1994) |
Edward Jones CD discography This selection is also available on Walking Frog (distribution) 267.
This selection is a High Definition Compatible Digital (HDCD) recording.
Personnel: Melinda Peterson, Kathy K. Johnson (flute); Juli Purcell Powers (piccolo); Ricky Reeves, Barbara Zickler, Alex Yeselson, Pam Bentley, Sharon Knox Deuby, Deborah Ungaro Fabian, Jeanie Murrow, Rich Colodney, Linde Lynn (clarinet, alto clarinet); Bonnie Dieckmann (alto clarinet); Mickey Owens (bass clarinet); Robin Owens (contrabass clarinet); Carmen Chapa (e flat clarinet); Aryn Reader, Cinde Pettey (oboe); B. Stewart Williams (English horn); Kelbert Taylor, Rule Beasley (bassoon); Marty Spake (contrabassoon); Donald John Fabian (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); David Lovrien (alto saxophone, C-melody saxophone); Roy Allen, Jr. (tenor saxophone); John Sweeden (baritone saxophone); Greg Riley (bass saxophone); Lyman Brodie, Steve Fitts, Luis E. Martinez, Gary Dobbins, James Simms, Tim Andersen (trumpet); Timothy Stevens, Anne Alfred, Chris Dulin, Erin Brewer, Ron Crisco, Terence Reynolds, Anne Allred (French horn); Mike Harp, Bob Burnham, Jim Clark (trombone); Robert Lawless (bass trombone); Marta O. O'Campo, David Strand (euphonium); Alex Cauthen, Edward Jones (tuba); Brian Allison (piano); Rex Bozarth (acoustic bass, electric bass); Dale Powers (timpani); Michael E. McNicholas, Judy ...
||Eternal Harp CD (2001)
Edward Jones CD discography Perhaps because of the simplicity of its design, the harp is one of the few instruments that shows up in the musical history of just about every culture around the world (the same is understandably true of the drum, and, perhaps less understandably, the bagpipes). This delightful collection brings together tunes and players from ...