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Lovers of brass music will find this recording irresistible.

Vignettes is a collection of works for solo trumpet, trumpet and piano, trumpet, trombone and piano, brass trio, brass quartet, brass quintet, and trumpet ensemble. Many of the pieces on this recording are world premieres and several were commissioned specifically for this cd. As trumpet player Eric Siereveld says, "The direct intention of this music is to draw the listener into short, but specific musical sketches that bring forth in the imagination, places or people previously lost to memory." A native of Cincinnati, Eric Siereveld attended Morehead State University Indiana University, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has worked as a freelance musician in New York; directed the Afro-Cuban Jazz Ensemble at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is now on the faculty of the University of Louisiana Monroe. He performs with several brass ensembles and the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra.
David Shaffer, composer
Cincinnatus Fanfare
Altus Trumpet Ensemble

Erik Morales, composer
For Ella
Eric Siereveld (flugelhorn); Justin Havard (piano)

Erik Morales, composer
Black Bayou Vignettes
Black Bayou Brass

Steven Serpa, composer
Mountain Idyll
Eric Siereveld (flugelhorn); Justin Havard (piano)

Douglas Hedwig, composer
Altus Trumpet Ensemble

Jean-François Michel, composer
Eric Siereveld (trumpet); Justin Harvard (piano)

Douglas Hedwig, composer
Eric Siereveld (trumpet)

Douglas S. Bristol, composer
Three Sketches
Krewe Quartet

Hannah Rice, composer
Free to Be
Eric Siereveld (trumpet)

James M. Stephenson, composer
Gilded Fanfare
Altus Trumpet Ensemble

Douglas Hedwig, composer
Its Soul of Music Shed
Eric Siereveld (flugelhorn); Justin Havard (piano)

Joseph Turrin, composer
O Come and Dwell in Me
Eric Siereveld (trumpet); Adam Johnson (trombone); Justin Havard (piano)

Keith Karns, composer
Detective Story
Lagniappe Brass

Review to come.