DVD Japan Tour 2013 International Trombone Ensemble (LIVE)

€14.95

The International Trombone Ensemble consists of eight trombone players playing in orchestras such as the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the Dutch Radio Philharmonic orchestra, the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin and the North Netherlands Symphony Orchestra. Members of the ensemble have also been succesful at several international trombone competitions.

The ITE has toured Japan twice and has been performing in the Netherlands, Slovakia and the USA. In addition, the ITE has recorded several CD’s.

This recently recorded DVD contains a compilation of live concerts from their 2013 Japan tour featuring jazz trombone soloist and living legend Bart van Lier. During the tour they performed in 12 different cities all over Japan.

1. Passacaglia in C, J.S. Bach, arr. D. Hunsberger

2. Lady in Blue, A. Botschinsky, arr. I. Reijngoud
featuring Bart van Lier

3. Music for Wilderness lake, R. M. Schafer

4. Stella by Starlight, V. Young, arr. I Reijngoud
featuring Bart van Lier

5. Hiros, S. Verhelst

6. I Got It Bad and That Ain’t Good –
tribute to “Tricky Sam” Nanton, D. Ellington
featuring Bart van Lier

7. Devil’s Waltz, S. Verhelst
Tomer Maschkowski & Martin Schippers

8. Omens of Love – Takarajima, H. Izumi, arr. I. Reijngoud
featuring Bart van Lier

9. Piazolla Medley, A. Piazolla, arr. S. Verhelst

Encores:
10. Just a Close Walk with Thee, arr. I. Reijngoud
featuring Bart van Lier

11. Chega de Saudade, A.C. Jobim, arr. I Reijngoud
featuring Bart van Lier

Musicians: Victor Belmonte (principal trombonist Radio Chamber Philharmonic Netherlands), Quirijn van den Bijlaard (principal trombonist Brabants Orchestra), Bart Claessens (principal trombonist Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra), Karol Gajda (1st prize winner Markneukirchen and Porcia competitions), Jaume Gavilan (principal trombonist Radio Philharmonic Orchestra), Bart van Lier (Metropole Orchestra), Tomer Maschkowski (bass trombonist Deutsche Symphonie Orchester), Martin Schippers (2nd/bass trombonist Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra), Nico Schippers (2nd trombonist Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra), Takashi Shinagawa (Slide Japan).