Conducted by Geoffrey Simon
THE LONDON TRUMPET SOUND Since 1994 Cala Records Ltd. has made recordings for massed single instrument ensembles, notably "The London Cello Sound" with 40 cellos, "The London Violin Sound" with 48 iolins, and others including violas, double basses, horns and trombones. The defining features of these CDs have been the virtuosity of the participating musicians- including entire ections of the major London orchestras-the powerful sonority of each group, and the quality of the specially commissioned arrangements. With over 165,000 sold worldwide, The London Sound Series has been artistically and commercially successful.
The eight CDs of the series have become "must haves" amongst players and lovers of the arious instruments, and, with "The London Trombone Sound" and "The London Horn Sound", Cala Records has earned high acclaim throughout the world of brass music.
A "Who's Who" of Britain's trumpet players
Maurice Murphy, John Wallace, Paul Archibald, Rod Franks, Roger Webster, Henry Lowther, Murray Greig, Patrick White, Bill Houghton, Tim Hawes, Paul Benniston, James Watson, Robert Farley, Guy Barker, Anne McAneney, Tony Fisher and others.
They perform on almost every type of trumpet, including B-flat, C, D and E-flat Trumpets, Piccolo and Bass Trumpets, Cornets, Flugelhorns and Natural Trumpets
 Sing, Sing, Sing - PRIMA arr. Paul Sarcich
 Misty - GARNER arr. Alan Gout
 Jarabe Tapatio (Mexican Hat Dance) - Trad. arr. Andy Crowley
 Penny Lane - LENNON/McCARTNEY arr. Roger Harvey
 The Prince of Denmark's March (Trumpet Voluntary) - CLARKE arr. Simon Wright
 Rondo alla Turca - MOZART arr. John Humphries
 The Thieving Magpie Overture - ROSSINI arr. Paul Archibald
 Adagio from Concierto de Aranjuez - RODRIGO arr. Daryl Runswick
 The Stars and Stripes Forever - SOUSA arr. Richard Payne
Total Time 44:06