Canadian Brass

December 08, 2008
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The virtuosity of Canadian Brass has made the brass quintet an exciting vehicle not only for serious concert music but also for jazz. Their more than 60 recordings to date include works from Bach and Purcell to Glenn Miller and Fats Waller, all performed in meticulously crafted transcriptions.

Canadian Brass began as an experimental ensemble in Toronto, Ontario in 1970 by members Chuck Daellenbach and Gene Watts. Through their commitment to excellence, their musicianship and their imagination, they have elevated the art of the brass quintet to what it is today.

This fabulously talented group has brought its signature sound to television, having been featured on The Tonight Show, Today, Entertainment Tonight and numerous PBS special programs. They have become a music legend to their fans around the world.

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