The Enlightenment was an amazing time in human history, it opened the way for so many breakthroughs, and we've referred to music from that time as counter-enlightened, music that breaks rules of long standing methods. It's also the music of the Romantic Era and it has been extremely successful. One way to enjoy its success is to devote another episode to the Romantic Era; a reprise.
Overture from “The Force of Destiny”: Giuseppe Verdi Grimethorpe Colliery RJB Band Sonatina No. 1 in F Major, "From an Invalid's Workshop” (Romance and Finale): Richard Strauss Armonia Ensemble, Clemens Röger Selections from “Carnaval for Brass Quintet”:
Robert Schumann Canadian Brass Roman Carnival Overture: Hector Berlioz US Air Force Heritage of America Band,
Major Larry H. Lang