HAVPCD243 – The trumpet shall be heard on high Trumpets and organ from Guildford Cathedral
A chronological programme of arrangements and original pieces for trumpet, beginning with military signals from the Middle Ages and ending with John Gardner’s Sonata da Chiesa of 1976, and using several different trumpets. The trumpet calls [tracks 1 and 5] are played on straight post horns in C, and the Krakow Fanfare  and Monteverdi Toccata  on natural trumpets in C. the Thomsen Toccata  uses Venitian coronation trumpets, and the second movement of the Gervaise dances  is played on flugel horns. All the other works are played on various modern instruments.
HAVPCD239 – Jean-Jacques Grunenwald Works for organ
The music of Jean-Jacques Grunenwald has suffered unjustifiable neglect since his death in 1982 at the age of 71. An important presence on the Parisian musical scene during his lifetime, his music for his particular instrument, the organ, has perhaps been deemed stylistically too close to his contemporaries for serious appraisal. Whilst it is true that traits of Alain’s modality and textural transparency, Duruflé’s evocative plainsong-inspired approach to both melody and harmony, and Dupré’s penchant for colour, rhythmic élan and contrapuntal integrity can be found in Grunenwald’s work, his voice is no less vivid, brilliant and, at times, original than his colleagues.