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Le Monde du Serpent

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Douglas Yeo's CD recording featuring works for serpent and contrabass serpent assisted by

Gloriæ Dei Cantores
Elizabeth C. Patterson, Director; conducted by James E. Jordan, Jr.

Berlioz Historical Brass
Ben Peck, buccin; Phil Humphries, ophicleide
Douglas Yeo, serpent; Ronald Haroutunian, bassoon

Members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra
Keisuke Wakao & Robert Sheena, oboe
Thomas Martin & Craig Nordstrom, clarinet
Richard Sebring & Jonathan Menkis, horn
Richard Ranti, Suzanne Nelsen & Gregg Henegar, bassoon
Douglas Yeo, serpent and contrabass serpent

Deborah DeWolf Emery, piano

Jennifer Ashe, soprano

Craig Kridel and Phil Humphries, serpent

Craig Kridel, cupped bells

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Undertaken with the kind assistance of Berlioz Historical Brass, produced by Douglas Yeo
Brad Michel and Anthony DiBartolo, engineers
Digital editing and mastering by Brad Michel (Clarion Productions)
Graphic design and layout by Wayne Wilcox

BHB CD 101 ~ Total time = 77:04

Recording sessions took place in April 2002, March 2003 and May 2003 at
Symphony Hall, Boston, Massachusetts and The Church of the Transfiguration, Orleans, Massachusetts.
Le Monde du Serpent was released on October 3, 2003


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In addition to being available, along with my other compact discs, books and other products,
directly from me through an order form on my website
,
LE MONDE DU SERPENT is also available from select dealers in the USA and around the world including

Hickeys Music Center (Ithaca, New York), Warwick Music (Coventry, UK),
Osmun Music (Arlington, Massachusetts), Windsong Press (Gurnee, Illinois),
TAP Music Sales (Newton, Iowa), and the Boston Symphony Orchestra Gift Shop (Boston, Massachusetts).


Repertoire recorded for the album includes:


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To assist you in knowing more about Le Monde du Serpent, the following mp3 files are available for your convenience. Please note that all of the mp3 files included on this page are by the individuals or companies as indicated below. The following mp3 files reproduced from my original recording Le Monde du Serpent are (P) 2002, 2003, Douglas Yeo. All rights reserved. Reproduction in mp3 format of the copyrighted compositions played on these recordings is by kind permission of the copyright holders and is for exclusive use on this website. Permission is granted to individuals to listen and download to private disk all of the files included on this page FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. Permission is NOT granted for any commercial use of the mp3 files on this page, nor may these files be put on any other website, sold, distributed, modified, "ripped", "shared", or "traded." The files may not be appropriated for use in lessons or masterclasses without express written permission of Douglas Yeo AND the original copyright holder. Violation of this notice is a criminal act and will be vigorously prosecuted under the laws of the United States of America.

If you enjoy these mp3 files and would like to hear more, purchasing the CD will not only provide well deserved copyright payments to the composers and arrangers who wrote the music, but will also ensure that I will be able to fund and record future recordings. A link to an order form is below. Thank you very much for your interest and support in this musical partnership.

Menuetto from "Divertimento [Feldparthie] in B flat, Hob: 2:46" by Franz Josef Haydn (?). This edition by Douglas Yeo 2003, Sarastro Music. All rights reserved. Douglas Yeo, serpent, with members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra: Keisuke Wakao & Robert Sheena, oboe; Richard Ranti, Suzanne Nelsen & Gregg henegar, bassoon; Richard Sebring & Jonathan Menkis, horn. Approximately 0:34.

March from Scipio by Georg Frideric Handel, arr. for the London Serpent Trio Alan Lumsden. 2003, Alan Lumsden. All rights reserved. Douglas Yeo and Craig Kridel, serpents (Douglas Yeo 1, 3, Craig Kridel 2). Approximately 0:31.

Les Mots du Berlioz by Clifford Bevan. 2003, Piccolo Press. All rights reserved. Gloriæ Dei Cantores (Elizabeth C. Patterson, director; James E. Jordan, Jr. conducting) with Berlioz Historical Brass (Ben Peck, buccin; Phil Humphries, ophicleide; Douglas Yeo, serpent; Ronald Haroutunian, bassoon). Approximately 1:05.

Allegretto from "Symphony 7" by Ludwig von Beethoven. PD. Douglas Yeo, contrabass serpent, with members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra: Keisuke Wakao & Robert Sheena, oboe; Thomas Martin & Craig Nordstrom, clarinet; Richard Ranti & Suzanne Nelsen, bassoon; Richard Sebring & Jonathan Menkis, horn. Approximately 1:09

Allegro (First movement) from "Serpent Concerto" by Simon Proctor. 2003, Southern Music Company. All rights reserved. Douglas Yeo, serpent with Deborah DeWolf Emery, piano and Craig Kridel, bells. Approximately 0:46

Domine Salvum by Nicholas Roze. Courtesy the Christopher Monk Collection. All rights reserved. Douglas Yeo, serpent with Gloriæ Dei Cantores (Elizabeth C. Patterson, director; James E. Jordan, Jr. conducting). Approximately 0:44


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