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9 thoughts on “ Stoeks - Onyx Brass, John Tavener - Trisagion & Other Contemporary British Chamber Music (CD, Album)

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    Misfortune and Onyx Symbolism. The black-and-white layered variety of chalcedony has acquired a somewhat sinister reputation. In fact, onyx symbolism is replete with connections to bad luck. In Arabic, black onyx is known as el jaza, which means “sadness.” A manuscript from notes that in China, slaves and menial servants mined onyx.
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    ONYX BRASS – Onyx Noir (jazz works for brass quintet) NMC Recordings – NMC D music for brass ensembles is relatively rare in the contemporary jazz field. Of recent vintage Lester Bowie’s `Brass Fantasy` springs to mind as does the Norwegian Brass Ensemble whose disc of Zappa transcriptions remains one of my favourites.
  4. Goltinris
    Onyx Brass, John Tavener: Onyx Brass, John Tavener - Trisagion & Other Contemporary British Chamber Music ‎ (CD, Album) Intim Musik: IMCD Sweden: Sell This Version: CDE
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    (UK) Highly acclaimed brass quintet. Web site features biographies, recordings, repertoire, educational outreach programs, reviews, and news. Their repertoire focuses on newly commissioned works for the brass quintet and choir.
  8. JoJozilkree
    Rambert Orchestra, Fidelio Trio, Onyx Brass, Paul Hoskins This is a diverse and highly engaging collection of works and, as Rambert’s musical director suggests, listeners should feel welcome to dance in response — BBC Music Magazine, September , More.
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    The brass band dates back to the early nineteenth century and England's Industrial Revolution as an outgrowth of the medieval waits. With increasing urbanization, employers began to finance work bands to decrease the political activity with which the working classes seemed preoccupied during their leisure time.

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