Feet in the air? Who knows.
This is the fifth and penultimate movement from Peter Warlock's Capriol Suite. I'm delighted with the way it sounds but it isn't really what I had in mind to start with. It's a bit of a departure from the other movements I've done, but maybe that's a good thing.
It's not as 'rock' as I wanted but the upright bass and brushes sounded great.
The sheet music looks like a hymn tune and sounds lovely when played by a brass band. I've played 3 parts on brass; flugelhorn, trombone (which is actually my flugel octaved down) and harmon-muted cornet. The resulting 'brass section' sounds good but totally different from the brass in the second movement (Pavane). Maybe when I have a better studio setup I'll record it all again and be more consistent.
The improvised guitar on top sounds ok, I think and is my way of saying 'no, this isn't lounge jazz'.