Two New Gregson CDs Released

February 7, 2006

Two new compact discs have been released containg works by Edward Gregson. Budget CD giant, Naxos have released a disc of British Tuba Concertos which contains a new recording of the Orchestral version of Gregson’s Tuba Concerto performed by James Gourlay and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia and conducted by Gavin Sutherland.

Brass Band specialist Doyen Recordings have released a new CD under the title History of Brass Band Music – the Modern Era 1970-2000. This disc was recorded at Dewsbury Town Hall in April 2005 and was released in January this year. This contains a new recording of Gregson’s …

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Edward Gregson 60th Birthday Concert

April 15, 2005

A concert to celebrate Edward Gregson’s 60th Birthday is to be held at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester on Friday, 17 June 2005 at 7.30 pm in the Haden Freeman Concert Hall.

Edward has devised a chamber programme placing a selection of his own pieces alongside music by his teacher Alan Bush and his long-term friend, composer Paul Patterson, as well as music by the composer who has been a major influence on his own music, Sir Michael Tippett.

The works of Edward Gregson to be performed at this concert are:

  • Five Songs of Innocence and Experience
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Trumpets of the Angels becomes CD of the Year

April 15, 2005

The recent recording of Edward Gregson’s ‘The Trumpets of the Angels’ has been named CD of the Year 2004 by Brass Band World and British Bandsman.

The CD, which has received rave reviews in both publications, is already enjoying huge success in terms of sales and further critical response.

You may purchase the CD from World of Brass at

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Gregson Audio Clips Now Available

March 1, 2005

Almost an hours worth of audio clips are now available on Edward Gregson’s official site- There are 68 clips ranging from his Six Little Piano Pieces to all three versions of his Tuba Concerto. This is by far the most substantial collection of audio clips of Gregson’s music anywhere on the net! To listen to the clips you can visit the listening booth where you can listen to all the clips in the same place. If you are browsing through the works, you can listen to them there also.

Currently the clips are available for Windows Media Player. Most …

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