Douglas Tate (Renaissance) und Chris Collis (Piano)

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Douglas Tate (Renaissance) und Chris Collis (Piano)


This CD is a rare chance to hear the sound of the Renaissance harmonica being played by its creator, Douglas Tate.

A charity recital given by Douglas Tate (Renaissance harmonica) and Chris Collis (piano) at St. Peters churche in November 2004.

Throughout the evening they both stressed the pleasure they took in playing as two soloists supporting each other?s music and neither ?accompanying? the other. There are some solo pieces from both artists as well as several works for harmonica and piano together.

With 19 tracks of music by composers from Villa-Lobos to James Moody, Gershwin to Chopin, this is a very listenable collection indeed.

  • Three Elizabethan Dances - Douglas Tate, Chris Collis
  • La Cinquantaine (Marie) - Douglas Tate, Chris Collis
  • Oboe Sonata (Handel) - Douglas Tate, Chris Collis
  • Moonlight Sonata (Beethoven) - Chris Collis
  • Impromptu No 2 (Schubert) - Chris Collis
  • Arabesque (Debussy) - Chris Collis
  • Irish Medley (Moody) - Douglas Tate, Chris Collis
  • Celtic Airs: The Dark Island, Siubhan Ni Dhuibhir & My Lagan Love - Douglas Tate
  • Meditation from ?Thais? (Massenet) Douglas Tate, Chris Collis
  • Mulberry Cottage (Lloyd-Webber) - Douglas Tate, Chris Collis
  • Strawberry Fair, One May Morning (Morris) - Douglas Tate, Chris Collis
  • Bachianas-Brasileiras No 5 (Villa-Lobos) - Douglas Tate, Chris Collis
  • Prelude No 15 ?Raindrop? (Chopin) - Chris Collis
  • Concerto for Harmonica ? Scherzo (Spivakovsky) - Douglas Tate, Chris Collis
  • Le Onde (Einaudi) - Chris Collis
  • Embraceable You (Gershwin) - Chris Collis
  • Danza Gaya (Dring) - Douglas Tate, Chris Collis
  • Holiday for Strings (Rose arr. Haughton) - Douglas Tate, Chris Collis
  • Irish Medley Reprise (Moody) - Douglas Tate, Chris Collis
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