Definitive Orchestral Brass
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Half a decade in the making, this encyclopaedic compendium is our definitive collection of orchestral brass. The UK's finest brass players have been expertly recorded at the world-famous Lyndhurst Hall at AIR Studios, London — the same inimitable acoustic as Spitfire Symphonic Strings and Spitfire Symphonic Woodwinds, for that highly sought-after blockbuster sound.
Spitfire Symphonic Brass offers you Close, Tree, and Ambient microphone positions and 169 articulations, adding power and punch to your orchestral scores.
Phalanxious Announcement - Paul Thomson (0:00 / 0:58)
Prelude To Battle - Andy Blaney (0:00 / 2:59)
Last One Standing - Homay Schmitz (0:00 / 2:05)
Cresta - Oliver Patrice Weder (0:00 / 2:34)
Galactic Victory - Andy Blaney (0:00 / 4:05)
Kraken - Andy Blaney (0:00 / 3:13)
Attack At The Floating Gardens - Andy Blaney (0:00 / 2:32)
Deep Trumpact - Oliver Patrice Weder (0:00 / 1:07)
Sedition - Andy Blaney (0:00 / 2:57)
Beyond The Forbidden Zone - Andy Blaney (0:00 / 3:04)
After half a decade spent capturing our finest brass players, we present Spitfire Symphonic Brass — a definitive collection of orchestral brass recorded in Lyndhurst Hall at AIR Studios, London. Harness the power of a broad selection of different section sizes, from solo, to large groups of trumpets, horns and trombones, to featured instruments including classic bass trombones and tubas, to lesser heard cimbassi, contrabass trombones and contrabass tuba.
From heart rending choral works, to blistering lip-bleed material, whether you're an aspiring John Williams or a zealous Hans Zimmer fan, we have no doubt that their favourite players will find favour with you.
From collieries through to jazz clubs, amongst the hundreds of pit bands at the Royal Albert Hall Proms, through to symphonic concerts and countless chamber spaces, the British brass tradition runs through our country and culture like spinal fluid. Whilst there are many great orchestras around the world, there's just something about British brass that keeps composers coming back. It is the rare combination of the colliery, jazz, West End and classical traditions that produce this melting pot of rarefied individuals.