Old Castle, The

product thumb

Price: $20.98


Audio Samples: 
Lament with Cantorial Chant (2,345.02 kb)
This feature requires the flash player plugin


Lullaby (2,340.94 kb)
This feature requires the flash player plugin


SKU: CD-CCR 030
Call Number: CD 460
Media Type: CD
Year of Release: 2012
Record Label: Carnival Records

The acceptance of the saxophone as a concert instrument in Europe, North America and Japan has resulted in the creation of hundreds of original works. However, the saxophone is only an occasional member of the orchestra, because it was invented long after the orchestra's formation. Thus there is no original Baroque or Classical repertoire. Since the early part of the twentieth century, many saxophonists have arranged music which was originally written for other instruments. These transcriptions enlarged the saxophone's repertoire and enabled saxophonists to perform music which predates the invention of the instrument.

Daniel Rubinoff has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in France, Canada and the United States. He has appeared on the cover of the International Saxophone Journal, with a feature article on his career. He performs chamber music with the Toronto Wind Orchestra and the Ex Quartet.

What the Critics Say:
"I found his performance very musical. There is an assurance and a comfortableness on stage that was very compelling. I think that Daniel Rubinoff is a natural performer."

- Srul Irving Glick

"I was amazed at the depth and breadth of Daniel Rubinoff's grasp of the classical idiom."

- Mark Childs, concert violist, Trio Lyra, Amati Quartet

MAURICE RAVEL

1. Pièce en Forme de Habanera

SRUL IRVING GLICK

2. Lullaby

SRUL IRVING GLICK

3. Lament with Cantorial Chant

DANIEL RUBINOFF

4. Tango

EDWARD ELGAR

5. Salut d'Amour Op. 12

ENRIQUE GRANADOS

6. Intermezzo from/de "Goyescas"

MODESTE MUSSORGSKY

7. The Old Castle

RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS

8-13. Six Studies in English Folksong

SERGEI RACHMANINOFF

14. Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14

RUDY WIDEOFT

15. In The East

ROBERT SCHUMANN

16-18. Three Romances Op. 94

EUGÈNE BOZZA

19. Aria

EARLE HAGEN

20. Harlem Nocturne





Suggest a Correction or Addition for this Product Record