Feminine Fusion

July 15, 2018: Bold and Brassy


“Great musicians are great musicians, whether they’re playing a trombone or an electric guitar or a xylophone.”  – Chris Stapleton


Time to listen to more music from some bold and brassy women – playing trumpets, trombones, and tubas!



“Bold and Brassy”

Herman Bellstedt:  Piece de Concert
Raquel Rodriquez, cornet; Jan Corrothers, piano
“Cincinnati Virtuosity – The Cornet Solos of Frank Simon and Herman Bellstedt”
CD Baby

Antonin Reicha:  Introduction and Rondo for Horn and Orchestra
Sarah Willis, horn
Prague Chamber Orchestra; Milan Lajcik, conductor
“Antonin Reicha: Wind Concertos”
Orfeo C170021A

Paul Hindemith:  Horn Concerto
Marie-Luise Neunecker, horn
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra; Werner Andreas Albert, conductor
“Paul Hindemith: Complete Wind Concertos”
CPO 999784

Perry Goldstein:  Passage
Maureen Horgan, Julie Josephson, Scott hartman, Don Robinson, trombones
“Moe’s Bit o’ Blues”
Centaur 3241

William Goldstein:  Colloquy, for Solo Trombone
Deb Scott, trombone; Ron Petti, piano
“Playing Favorites”
Navona 6075


Run time:  58:30


Feminine Fusion highlights the roles of women in classical music. Host Diane Jones brings you stories and music of the women who create, perform, and inspire. Produced in the studios at WCNY-FM.

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