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Webster and Klemme

Gerald Webster (trumpet) and Paul Klemme (organ) plus a tuneful album of music, most of which was arranged by Gerald Webster for organ and trumpet, including many of the most popular processional and wedding voluntaries.  A variety of trumpets are used throughout the recording, which was made at Heinz Memorial Chapel (Reuter organ) at the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA.

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Product Details

Format: Digital Audio CD
Label:  PRO ORGANO
Catalog Number:  CD 7057
Length: 55′ 16″
Tracks:  20
Organ: Reuter
Venue: Heinz Memorial Chapel, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA
Recorded: 05/21/1997
Released: 11/01/1997
Producer: Frederick Hohman
Notes Author: Gerald Webster
Notes Language: English
Graphics Format: 8pp book, traycard, jewel box
UPC #: 636077705724

Organ Alternatives … this CD is a definite delight for anyone who enjoys a solid mix of brass and wind. – Mark Campbell

The American Organist … the 97-stop re-created Reuter organ sounds noble, and Webster’s trumpet collection adds to the considerable music interest of this notable disc. – Vernon Gotwals

The American Record Guide
“If you like brilliant trumpet tone, this will appeal. … Paul Klemme is a good organist who varies his voicings and favors soft sounds (perhaps in response to the brilliance).“ – Kilpatrick – May/June 1998

The Organ Twenty lovely melodies from Bach and Telemann to Rachmaninoff and Lloyd Webber. A friend to whom I loaned this CD commented that he had never before heard so successful a marriage of organ and trumpet and that sums up this highly listenable-to CD. – BSt-JN

[ Track # • Title • Composer • Duration ]
01 • Trumpet Tune • Henry Purcell, arr. Gerald Webster • 2’41”
02 • Adagio (Stanley) and Allegro (Stubley) • John Stanley and Simon Stubley arr. Gerald Webster • 2’46”
03 • Pie Jesu from Requiem • Andrew Lloyd Webber • 3’31”
04 • Voluntary in C • John Barrett, arr. Gerald Webster • 3’49”
05 • Aria, Opus 51 • Flor Peeters • 3’14”
06 • Entrée and March in C • Henry Purcell, arr. Gerald Webster • 1’53”
07 • Aria from Aria et Scherzo • Alexander Arutunian • 5’15”
08 • Suite in D – Vivace • John Stanley, arr. Gerald Webster • 2’45”
09 • Suite in D – Adagio • John Stanley, arr. Gerald Webster • 1’25”
10 • Suite in D – Andante Largo • John Stanley, arr. Gerald Webster • 3’31”
11 • Suite from Heroic Music – Majestic • Georg Philipp Telemann, arr. Gerald Webster • 1’54”
12 • Suite from Heroic Music – Charming • Georg Philipp Telemann, arr. Gerald Webster • 2’32”
13 • Suite from Heroic Music – Lively • Georg Philipp Telemann, arr. Gerald Webster • 1’31”
14 • Suite from Heroic Music – Generous • Georg Philipp Telemann, arr. Gerald Webster • 1’42”
15 • Suite from Heroic Music – Rejoicing • Georg Philipp Telemann, arr. Gerald Webster • 1’12”
16 • Nun bitten wir den Heiligen Geist, BuxWV 209 • Dietrich Buxtehude • 2’16”
17 • Vocalise, Opus 34 No 14 • Sergei Rachmaninoff • 3’50”
18 • Arioso (Air on G String) • Johann Sebastian Bach • 2’35”
19 • Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring, from Cantata 147 • Johann Sebastian Bach • 2’53”
20 • Fanfare and Trumpet Voluntary • Gottfried Reiche and Jeremiah Clarke, arr. Gerald Webster • 2’58”

Gerald Webster and Paul Klemme
Trumpeter Gerald Webster has performed with a diverse range of musical colleagues, from popular artists such as The Manhattan Transfer, Bob Hope, Johnny Mathis, the Spokane Jazz Orchestra, and Broadway touring companies of Camelot and The Music Man, to classical groups including the Spokane Symphony, the Portland Baroque Orchestra, Boston Baroque, the Pacific Baroque, the United States Military Academy Band at West Point, and the New York Brass Sextet. Learn more…

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