German Brass is synonymous with brass music at its highest level. The repertoire includes all stylistic directions, from Scheidt and Shostakovich to Dixieland and Bossa Nova. The programs contain arrangements of classical works as well as adaptations and compositions of musical evergreens that have mostly been arranged and composed especially for German Brass, and pay tribute to the typical sound and technical brilliance of the ensemble.
Samuel Scheidt - Allerley liebliche Täntze und Liedlein auff Concerten Manir released: Mit Bach ins 3. Jahrtausend released: Power of Brass. Attractions will include German games, make-and-take projects and live music from two German brass bands including Donauschwaben Blasksapelle and the Deutcher Musik Verein, both of Cleveland. The Newark Männerchor will offer vocal performances.
Johann Hermann Schein, Samuel Scheidt: German Consort Music of the 17th Century. Samuel Scheidt German Brass. by Enrique Crespo and German Brass.
German Brass is a brass ensemble, founded 1974 as a Brass Quintet by Enrique Crespo, named "Deutsches Blechbläserquintett – Solobläser deutscher Spitzenorchester" (German Brass Quintet – Soloists of German top level orchestras). In 1985, to record the CD "Bach 300" (Johann Sebastian Bach was born in 1685) the group was extended by Enrique Crespo to ten performers. The group is well known as the best performing professional brass ensemble in Germany.
German Brass, München (Munich, Germany).
Suite Für 10 Blechbläser (Stücke Aus „Ludi Musici“, Hamburg 1621)
Variationen Über Eine Gagliarda Von John Dowland
Variationen Über Das Niederländische Lied „Ei, Du Feiner Reiter“ (Aus „Tabulatura Nova“, Hamburg 1624)
Canzon Super „O Nachbar Roland“ (Aus „Ludi Musici“, Hamburg 1621)