"A new CD released in September 2008." A prominent violinist Pavel Eret with highly esteemed the Prague Castle Guard and Czech Police Band and it's conductor Václav Blahunek made for you this CD recording of worldwide unique program for violin solo and wind orchestra. Four composers of three nationalities (German, French/Italien and Czech) invite you to enter four different worlds. Kurt Weill, who is known first of all for his Threepenny Opera and Beggar's Opera, composed the Concerto for Violin and Wind Orchestra in atonality with slight inclination to F major key. His melodies are those typical of Jewish music - wistful and touching. Eleuterio Lovreglio's Preludio e Andante is a kind of very personal neobaroque-romanticism with French flavour. This piece also reflects multicultural personal experiences of it's author, who spent also some time in China and was born in Nice - French/Italien city. Czech composer Evžen Zámecník celebrates the jazz music in his Concertino for Violin Solo and Wind Orchestra. Zámecník also studied and played violin and later specialized in wind band music as a composer and conductor. Finally, Adam Skoumal's Variations on a Gypsy Melody is a very passionate composition in a gypsy folklorelike style. The piece was originally written for joined performance of Pavel Eret with the composer's piano accompaniment and later, it was arranged for violin and wind orchestra by the composer himself. The CD recording was taken in the best acustic studio in the Czech Republic - the Dvorák Hall in Rudolfinum in Prague by well-known music director Václav Zamazal. The multilingual booklet includes texts in English, Czech, French, German and Japanese language.