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Danish Music for Brass 9

Royal Danish Orchestra Brass Ensemble

Available in 44.1 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC audio formats

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1
Village Band March
Laurids Pedersen; Royal Danish Orchestra Brass Ensemble
1:54
2
The Mail Coach Driver
Hans Peder Nielsen; Royal Danish Orchestra Brass Ensemble
2:35
3
Alpine Festival
Fred Hartley; Royal Danish Orchestra Brass Ensemble
2:11
4
The 2 Trumpeters
Hans Peter Nielsen; Royal Danish Orchestra Brass Ensemble
2:29
5
Britta Polka
H.C. Lumbye; Royal Danish Orchestra Brass Ensemble
2:16
6
Bataille March
C.C. Møller; Royal Danish Orchestra Brass Ensemble
2:52
7
Aarhus Tattoo
C.C. Møller; Royal Danish Orchestra Brass Ensemble
2:22
8
Amalie Waltz
H.C. Lumbye; Royal Danish Orchestra Brass Ensemble
8:12
9
Trumpet Polka
Hans Peter Nielsen; Royal Danish Orchestra Brass Ensemble
3:15
10
Bavarian Polka
Georg Lohman; Royal Danish Orchestra Brass Ensemble
2:37
11
Champagne Galop
H.C. Lumbye; Royal Danish Orchestra Brass Ensemble
2:10
Total Playing Time    32:53
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – M.A Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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