Move - the name of this album - is also the title of a concerto written by Baptiste Trotignon receiving it's recording premiere. The work pays tribute to major composers of film music, whose iconic scores form the backdrop in this "audiofilm" starring the trumpet of Romain Leleu. Taking us on a cinematic journey with stops to admire Rota's The Godfather, Ennio Morricone's Wild West, Rochefort and Chinatown, Elevator to the Gallows and Dingo (both films with a direct connection to Miles Davis), the young French trumpet player skilfully navigates between a jazz line-up and full orchestra, in the company of stellar associates.
Move - the name of this album - is also the title of a concerto written by Baptiste Trotignon receiving it's recording premiere. The work pays tribute to major composers of film music, whose iconic scores form the backdrop in this "audiofilm" starring the trumpet of Romain Leleu. Taking us on a cinematic journey with stops to admire Rota's The Godfather, Ennio Morricone's Wild West, Rochefort and Chinatown, Elevator to the Gallows and Dingo (both films with a direct connection to Miles Davis), the young French trumpet player skilfully navigates between a jazz line-up and full orchestra, in the company of stellar associates.
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Move: The Trumpet As A Movie Star
Artist: Romain Leleu
Format: CD
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1. Rota: The Godfather Trilogy
2. Legrand: Les Demoiselles de Rochefort / Chanson des Jumelles
3. Davis: Ascenseur pour l'échafaud
4. Delerue: La Nuit américaine / Grand Choral
5. Morricone: Per un pugno di dollari / Titoli
6. Maalouf: Dans les forêts de Sibérie / Baïkal
7. Goldsmith: Chinatown Suite
8. Berlin: Top Hat / Cheek to Cheek
9. Legrand: Dingo / The Dream
10. Mancini: Breakfast at Tiffany's / Moon River
11. Rota: La Strada
12. Colombier: Emmanuel after the Adagio from Alessandro Marcello's Oboe Concerto in D minor
13. Hupfeld: Casablanca / As Time Goes By
14. Trotignon: Move (Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra) I. Allegro marcato
15. Trotignon: Move (Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra) II. Adagio meditativo
16. Trotignon: Move (Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra) III. Moderato con eleganza
17. Rauber: Humeurs (Concerto for Trumpet and String Orchestra) III. Lent
18. Lanjean: Les Cinq Dernières Minutes / Arsenic Blues

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Move - the name of this album - is also the title of a concerto written by Baptiste Trotignon receiving it's recording premiere. The work pays tribute to major composers of film music, whose iconic scores form the backdrop in this "audiofilm" starring the trumpet of Romain Leleu. Taking us on a cinematic journey with stops to admire Rota's The Godfather, Ennio Morricone's Wild West, Rochefort and Chinatown, Elevator to the Gallows and Dingo (both films with a direct connection to Miles Davis), the young French trumpet player skilfully navigates between a jazz line-up and full orchestra, in the company of stellar associates.