℗ 2022 Buzz Cuivres
Released October 21, 2022
Duration 56m 13s
Record Label Groupe Analekta, Inc
Genre Classical (Chamber)
 

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Buzz Brass

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Gayaneh  
1.1
Danse du sabre (Arr. for Brass Band by Buzz Brass)
Aram Khachaturian; Buzz Brass
2:22
1.2
L'apprenti sorcier (Arr. for Brass Band by Enrico O. Dastous)
Paul Dukas; Buzz Brass; Jonathan Oldergarm
12:14
1.3
Danse macabre, Op. 40 (Arr. for Brass Band by François Vallières)
Camille Saint-Saëns; Buzz Brass; Valérie Milot
7:32
1.4
Cuban Overture (Arr. for Brass Band by François Vallières)
George Gershwin; Buzz Brass; Philip Chiu
10:45
1.5
That's a Plenty (Arr. for Brass Band by Steve Cooper)
Lew Pollack; Buzz Brass
2:08
Toot Suite  
1.6
Allègre (Arr. for Brass Band by Javier Sebastián Asencio)
Claude Bolling; Buzz Brass; Corinne René; Alain Bastien; Sylvain Arseneau
5:43
1.7
Milonga del ángel (Arr. for Brass Band by Javier Sebastián Asencio)
Astor Piazzolla; Buzz Brass
6:40
1.8
Montréal Hora Cero (After Piazzolla's Fuga y misterio, Buenos Aires hora cero, Otoño porteño, Primavera porteña and La muerte del Ángel)
Astor Piazzolla; Javier Sebastián Asencio; Buzz Brass; Corinne René; Alain Bastien
8:49
Buzz Brass’s third album under Analekta label presents masterpieces from Aram Khatchatourian, Paul Dukas, Camille Saint-Saëns, George Gershwin, Lew Pollack, Claude Bolling and Astor Piazzolla. This Brass quintet has been travelling the world and captivating classical-music lovers since 2002. Whether alone or with guest artists, Buzz Brass’s highly original performances never fail to leave an impression. The ensemble has performed over 1,700 concerts for more than 400,000 music lovers across North America, Europe, and China. The innovative arrangements for brass quintet and guest musicians add new shades to the original colours of this music program.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Groupe Analekta, Inc Studio Masters

Tracks 4, 6 – contains material which utilizes a limited amount of the available bandwidth
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.24
-4.29 to -0.28
-21.82
-23.97 to -19.82
-18.29
-20.20 to -16.30
14
11 to 15
1
Danse du sabre (Arr. for Brass Band by Buzz Brass)
-0.72-20.77-17.313
2
L'apprenti sorcier (Arr. for Brass Band by Enrico O. Dastous)
-0.84-23.97-20.215
3
Danse macabre, Op. 40 (Arr. for Brass Band by François Vallières)
-0.86-23.21-19.815
4
Cuban Overture (Arr. for Brass Band by François Vallières)
-1.37-22.37-18.914
5
That's a Plenty (Arr. for Brass Band by Steve Cooper)
-0.39-21.13-17.815
6
Allègre (Arr. for Brass Band by Javier Sebastián Asencio)
-4.29-22.72-19.511
7
Milonga del ángel (Arr. for Brass Band by Javier Sebastián Asencio)
-1.18-19.82-16.312
8
Montréal Hora Cero (After Piazzolla's Fuga y misterio, Buenos Aires hora cero, Otoño porteño, Primavera porteña and La muerte del Ángel)
-0.28-20.53-16.513

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