This second volume of Trombone Travels (Volume 1 is on 8.574093) continues with Matthew Gee's exploration of three great cycles of early 20th-century British song. Elgar's Sea Pictures evoke lullaby and turbulence alike, Vaughan Williams' Songs of Travel chart a wanderer's lonely journey through the landscape, and in Songs of the Sea Stanford's music embraces both the somber and the exhilarating, with Gee joined by a trombone chorus to emulate the male voice choir. Throughout the recital Gee lavishes coloristic effects, the use of mutes, and subtle inflections that reinforce the trombone's unique ability to mimic vocal techniques.
This second volume of Trombone Travels (Volume 1 is on 8.574093) continues with Matthew Gee's exploration of three great cycles of early 20th-century British song. Elgar's Sea Pictures evoke lullaby and turbulence alike, Vaughan Williams' Songs of Travel chart a wanderer's lonely journey through the landscape, and in Songs of the Sea Stanford's music embraces both the somber and the exhilarating, with Gee joined by a trombone chorus to emulate the male voice choir. Throughout the recital Gee lavishes coloristic effects, the use of mutes, and subtle inflections that reinforce the trombone's unique ability to mimic vocal techniques.
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Rel. Date: 03/26/2021
UPC: 747313908073

Songs of Travel
Artist: Matthew Gee
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1. Sea Pictures, Op. 37 (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone & Piano): No. 1, Sea Slumber Song
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2. Sea Pictures, Op. 37 (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone & Piano): No. 2, In Haven [Capri]
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3. Sea Pictures, Op. 37 (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone & Piano): No. 3, Sabbath Morning At Sea
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4. Sea Pictures, Op. 37 (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone & Piano): No. 4, Where Corals Lie
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5. Sea Pictures, Op. 37 (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone & Piano): No. 5, The Swimmer
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6. 2 Songs, Op. 31: No. 2, A Song Of Flight (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone & Piano)
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7. Arabian Serenade (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone & Piano)
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8. In Smyrna (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone & Piano)
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9. Songs Of Travel (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone & Piano): No. 1, The Vagabond
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10. Songs Of Travel (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone & Piano): No. 2, Let Beauty Awake
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11. Songs Of Travel (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone & Piano): No. 3, The Roadside Fire
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12. Songs Of Travel (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone & Piano): No. 4, Youth And Love
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13. Songs Of Travel (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone & Piano): No. 5, In Dreams
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14. Songs Of Travel (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone & Piano): No. 6, The Infinite Shining Heavens
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15. Songs Of Travel (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone & Piano): No. 7, Whither Must I Wander
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16. Songs Of Travel (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone & Piano): No. 8, Bright Is The Ring Of Words
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17. Songs Of Travel (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone & Piano): No. 9, I Have Trod The Upward And The Downward Slope
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18. Songs Of The Sea, Op. 91 (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone Quartet & Piano): No. 1, Drake's Drum
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19. Songs Of The Sea, Op. 91 (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone Quartet & Piano): No. 2, Outward Bound
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20. Songs Of The Sea, Op. 91 (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone Quartet & Piano): No. 3, Devon, O Devon
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21. Songs Of The Sea, Op. 91 (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone Quartet & Piano): No. 4, Homeward Bound
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22. Songs Of The Sea, Op. 91 (Arr. M. Gee For Trombone Quartet & Piano): No. 5, The "Old Superb"
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This second volume of Trombone Travels (Volume 1 is on 8.574093) continues with Matthew Gee's exploration of three great cycles of early 20th-century British song. Elgar's Sea Pictures evoke lullaby and turbulence alike, Vaughan Williams' Songs of Travel chart a wanderer's lonely journey through the landscape, and in Songs of the Sea Stanford's music embraces both the somber and the exhilarating, with Gee joined by a trombone chorus to emulate the male voice choir. Throughout the recital Gee lavishes coloristic effects, the use of mutes, and subtle inflections that reinforce the trombone's unique ability to mimic vocal techniques.