‘Outstanding’ 40 Marches Around the World

We have just received the latest copy of  ‘Band International, The Journal of Military Music World-Wide’ which devotes four pages to reviewing our CD “40 Marches Around the World” . The detailed reviews have been undertaken by two eminent military musicians, Morgen Gaardbo from Denmark and Canada’s Jack Kopstein.

To say that we are delighted with the reviews would be something of an understatement but to receive comments such as ‘The recording is excellent – full sounding yet each instrument or instrument group is heard’ and then in summation  Mogens Gaardbo adds, ‘Buy it – this double album is nothing less than outstanding’ is very encouraging.

Jack Kopstein details, the artwork and the liner notes are absolutely terrific, the music was a joy to listen to’. He goes on to single out his own country’s contribution to the project, Mon Ami, and adds ‘I believe this is the finest version of the march I have ever heard’

Copies of the CD can be purchased at our shop at https://www.musichouseproductions.co.uk/military_bands_40_marches_around_the_world.html

Review of “The Path To Peace”

We have just been told about the review made by Ian Duxbury from the International Military Music Society of our recording of the Royal Signals (Northern) Band, ‘The Path To Peace.

The details will shortly be published in the Society’s magazine and he concludes “the sound is excellent and well recorded, with a detailed inlet booklet, which I always feel to be important to the purchaser. This recording is a credit to the band, and any lover of Military Band recordings should treat themselves to a copy”.

The CD is available to purchase from our on-line shop at https://www.musichouseproductions.co.uk/military_bands_the_path_to_peace.html

 

 

Time For Brass on Manx Radio

 

 

 

Two of our more recent brass CDs are to be featured in Ian Cottier’s ‘Time for Brass‘ programme on Manx Radio on Monday next 9th of January.

Four items are to be included from the “More Than Brass” CD recorded by the girls from Boobs and Brass and four items will also be included from “Where The Irwell Springs” the latest recording by the 2nd Rossendale Scout Group Band.

The hour long programme is broadcast each Monday evening at 9pm and has an international reputation being followed by brass enthusiasts worldwide and there is also the facility to listen again to the programme in the week following the broadcast.

To learn more visit http://www.manxradio.com/blog.aspx?blogid=14728