A Bit on the Slide – MHP 1710

We have recently received a copy of the review in the ‘Conductor’ magazine of our recent CD ‘A Bit on the Slide’, the solo album by Simon Johnson the Principal Trombone with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.

The magazine is published by the National Association of Brass Band Conductors and the review includes phrases such as “just brilliant“, “well engineered” and “virtuosic” and concludes “I found it difficult to believe it was all recorded on the one weekend. But with a professional like Simon Johnson – no problem..I loved this disc.”

You can find more about the association at www.nabbc.org.uk/.

You can order a copy of this excellent disc our online shop.

Otley Bands CD Launch


We were invited last night to the launch of the Otley Brass Bands CD “On Ilkley Moor” held at the impressive arts and resource centre, Otley Courthouse.

The evening, before an invited audience of family, friends and local dignitaries, consisted of a short concert by Wharfe Brass and a combined band which included members of Otley Brass Band and featured a number of items from the recently released CD.

To learn more about the brass banding scene in Otley visit the band’s website at www.otleybrassband.co.uk

To order the CD visit our on-line shop.


New facebook page

After a flurry of resistance in certain quarters we have finally opened our Facebook page where we hope to update you with news about what is going on with the company.

You can find the link at www.facebook.com/musichouseproductions and we will try to keep the content up to date and of interest.

Many thanks for your continued interest.

The Band of The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers


We have just returned from a most successful weekend recording in Scotland where we were based at MOD Caledonia, the home of the Royal Navy at Rosyth, in the shadow of the two famous Forth Road and Rail bridges.

Our work was with The Band of The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers who are based at Newcastle upon Tyne but were using the base for the purposes of recording in the bandroom of the Royal Marines Band Scotland who are based at Rosyth.

The CD will be available in the late summer and to learn more about the Corps of Army Music please visit their website at www.army.mod.uk/music