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Playing Favorites

Deb Scott, Ron Petti

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Trombone Concerto, Op. 114 (version for Trombone and Piano)  
1.1
I. Allegro
Derek Bourgeois; Deb Scott; Ron Petti
9:16
1.2
II. Adagio
Derek Bourgeois; Deb Scott; Ron Petti
5:50
1.3
III. Presto
Derek Bourgeois; Deb Scott; Ron Petti
5:02
1.4
Colloquy (version for Trombone and Piano) on for trombone and piano)
William Goldstein; Deb Scott; Ron Petti
10:22
River Runner  
1.5
I. Lajitas
Stephen Lias; Deb Scott; Ron Petti
3:04
1.6
II. The Sentinel
Stephen Lias; Deb Scott; Ron Petti
4:17
1.7
III. Rock Slide
Stephen Lias; Deb Scott; Ron Petti
3:40
1.8
Variations sur Le Carnaval de Venise (The Carnival of Venice) (arr. by D. Hunsberger for Trombone and Piano)
Jean-Baptiste Arban; Donald Hunsberger; Deb Scott; Ron Petti
9:17
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    50:48
Trombonist Deb Scott is accompanied by pianist Ron Petti on Playing Favorites, a variety of some of her favourite works that appeal both to her background in jazz and to her considerable technical skill. The centrepiece of the album is Stephen Lias’s River Runner, written in response to a paddling trip he took with Scott through Big Bend National Park’s Santa Elena Canyon. Lias explores nature landscapes and the excitement of adventure, culminating in the visceral and kinetic third and final movement Rock Slide. The programme includes several additional pieces, notably the crowd-pleasing Trombone Concerto by Derek Bourgeois, which appeals to pop, jazz and classical audiences.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Navona Studio Masters

Tracks 1 - 8 – contains material which utilizes a limited amount of the available bandwidth Recorded at Ed and Gwen Cole Concert Hall, Nacogdoches, TX, May 25 - June 30, 2016 Recording session engineer: Ryan Davis Executive producer: Bob Lord Executive A&R: Sam Renshaw A&R: Alex Bourne Audio director: Jeff LeRoy Engineering manager: Lucas Paquette Editing, mixing and mastering: Shaun Michaud Art and production director: Brett Picknell Graphic design: Emily Roulo Photography: Clay Bostian Marketing: Scott Murphy

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