The First Carnegie Hall Euphonium Recital—Brian Bowman

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UNT professor Brian Bowman did in fact present the first euphonium recital at Carnegie Hall in 1976. In 1978, Bowman recorded most of that program for Crystal Records. The release was lacking works by Arthur Frackenpohl and Ermano Picchi that had been heard on the original program. This project, “The First Carnegie Hall Euphonium Recital,” restores the missing items by way of recordings made in 2008, 30 years after the original release.

    Andante and Rondo for tuba or euphonium and piano
    Giuseppe Antonio Capuzzi (Philip Catelinet)

  1. Andante
  2. Rondo
  3. Sonata for Euphonium and Piano
    Arthur Franckenpohl

  4. Toccata
  5. Slowly
  6. Fast
  7. Partita for Euphonium and Piano
    Walter Ross

  8. Toccata
  9. Pastorale
  10. Furiant
  11. Four Dialogs for Euphonium and Marimba
    Samuel Adler

  12. Quite Slowly
  13. Fast and Humorous
  14. Slowly and rather lazily
  15. Fast with a happy spirit
  16. Sonatina for Euphonium and Synthesizer
    John Boda
  17. Fantasia Originale for euphonium and piano
    Ermano Picchi (Simone Mantia, arr.)
  18. Brian Bowman, euphonium
    Marjorie Lee, piano (1, 2, 6, 7, 8)
    Steven Harlos, piano (3, 4, 5, 11)
    Gordon Stout, marimba

    Mastering Engineer—Sonny Ausman; Engineers—John Burr, David A. Pickett