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FULL TILT CD Recording

Track list:

1. Full Tilt - Anthony DiLorenzo

2. In Their Gentle Presence - Daniel Isgar

Four Short Prayers of Saint Francis of Assisi - Francis Poulenc, arr. Bradley Palmer
3. Salut, Dame Sainte
4. Tout puisant, tres saint
5. Seigneur, je vous en prie
6. O mes tres chers freres et mes enfants

7. Fanfare - Michael Terry

8. Ave Dulcissima Maria - Carlo Gesualdo, arr. Bradley Palmer

9. Harbinger - Jack Wilds

10. Memories of the Spirit - Brad Edwards
Stephen Clayton, Felix Padilla, Cameron Smith, bass trombone soloists

11. The River Bells - Steven Verhelst

12. La Reconquista - Andrew Markel

13. Hoorah! - Jacob Ter Veldhius

14. Abendlied - Josef Rheinberger, arr. Bradley Palmer

15. Fire and Stone - James Kazik

16. Grand Choeur Dialogué - Eugene Gigout, arr. Joshua Kearney

The Story Behind the Project

This music on this recording was all written for or premiered by Columbus State University trombone students. Many are new works specifically commissioned for this recording project, including "La Reconquista" which was composed by a current member of the ensemble Andrew Markel. It was through the generous backing of our supporters that we were able to raise enough money to make the CD free to everyone, as we endeavor to get some wonderful music written or arranged for trombone ensemble out there!

"Full Tilt" was commissioned by the CSU Trombone Ensemble and premiered at the 2013 International Trombone Festival at Columbus State University. It is available from Art of Sound Music.

"In Their Gentle Presence" was premiered at CSU during the 2014 Southeast Trombone Symposium. It is available from the composer's website.

"Four Short Prayers of Saint Francis of Assisi" was adapted from the original vocal score for the CSU Trombone Octet by Bradley Palmer and not available for purchase.

Michael Terry's "Fanfare" was premiered in 2007 by the CSU Trombone Ensemble when Michael was a euphonium student at CSU and a member of the CSU Trombone Ensemble. It is available through the composer's website.

"Ave Dulcissima Maria" is the first of Three Motets by Gesualdo, arranged for the CSU Trombone Ensemble by Bradley Palmer in 2009. It is available through Cherry Classics Music.

"Harbinger" was commissioned and premiered by the CSU Trombone Ensemble in 2017. It is available from the composer's website.

"Memories of the Spirit" was composed by Brad Edwards as a memorial to Giselle Ortiz, a member of the CSU Trombone Studio that was taken from this Earth in 2013, way before her time. The premier was done by the CSU Trombone Ensemble at the 2013 International Trombone Festival with James Markey, Denson Paul Pollard, and Charlie Vernon as soloists. It is available from the composer's website.

Steven Verhelst's "The River Bells" was commissioned and premiered by the CSU Trombone Ensemble in 2016. It was selected as one of the required pieces for the 2018 ITA Remington Trombone Choir Competition. It is available on the composer's website.

"La Reconquista" was composed by Andrew Markel, an undergraduate member of the CSU Trombone Ensemble and budding composer. The piece is available through the composer's website.

"Hoorah!" was the product of a consortium led by Columbus State University to commission Jacob Ter Veldhuis to compose a new work for trombone octet and audio/video playback. It is available from the composer.

"Abendlied" was arranged for the CSU Trombone Ensemble by Bradley Palmer, and has become the traditional final piece for the massed ensemble at the Southeast Trombone Symposium. This recording included the CSU Trombone Ensemble plus 9 of our recent alumni. The arrangement is available through Cherry Classics Music.

James Kazik's "Fire and Stone" was commissioned and premiered by the CSU Trombone Ensemble in 2016, and is available through the composer.

Grand Cheour Dialogué was arranged by Joshua Kearney in 2008 during his undergraduate degree at CSU. This version was revised in 2017 by the arranger. It is available through Elkjer Music Publishing.