1. The Voice Of The Carnyx. Composed By – John Kenny (3). Trombone Sonata. Composed By – David Horne (2). 2. Calm And Reflective. 3. Rhythmic, Biting And Persistent.
John Kenny has performed and broadcast in over 50 nations. He is internationally acclaimed for his interpretation of contemporary music, but also works with jazz and early music, frequently presenting his own compositions . In March 2003 he performed his composition The Voice of The Carnyx to an audience of 65,000 in the Stade De France, Paris.
That range is evident on his album for Delphian, due out in September, a record that at some points sounds like a dragon awakening, at others like avant-garde jazz. Alex Marshall, New York Times). John Kenny, various brass instruments. Dragon Voices: The Giant Celtic Horns of Ancient Europe. John Kenny Trombonist and composer John Kenny is internationally acclaimed for his interpretation of contemporary music, having performed and broadcast in over 50 nations to date .
Musician John Kenny with the European Archaeologist's Association replicates the sound of Gallic Warfare through the utilization of the Carnyx. Imagine being a Roman legionary in Gaul, camped out in a lone-lit fortification in the middle of pitch black wilderness, awakening to these sounds.
Sample of carnyx played by John Kenny. Sample of carnyx played by John Kenny. by NtlMuseumsScotland.