Music for Wind Instruments
- Featured: Amphion Wind Ensemble
- Release Date: 2/23/2010
Possibly one of the back rows would have to assess the significance of Georg Druschetzky (1745-1819) only on the basis of it's popular timpani concerto, so it would concede. As a composer of wind music Druschetzky has, however, among his contemporaries almost unique importance. His extensive, almost all musical genres comprehensive oeuvre that counts 150 works for a variety of wind instruments. These have a variety and ingenuity that ever surpass itself so creative minds of music harmony as Franz Joseph Krommer or Triebensee in the best pieces. The Amphion Wind Octet here gives us an overview of the Bläsermusik Druschetzky's that can include even with even voices. The whole is so successful that we do not know which to admire more, the high art of wind ensembles or the ingenuity Druschetzky's. Undoubtedly one of the most accomplished harmony music albums of the last time!