Every week Frank selects his own favourite track of the week from our weekly Music Podcast, and it's completely free to listen too, here on Frank Renton on Brass. As he says this week, 

"It would, I guess, be easy to pick this week’s Track of the Week, from one of the outstanding tracks we’ve played in the past 99 Music Podcasts, and there would be plenty of outstanding music to choose from. But instead I’ve chosen a track from the debut album of a young trombonist who is just starting out on what I am sure will be a glittering career, it is of course Isobel Daws. 

Having graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in London she is now studying at the Karajan Academy of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, an academy that selects the finest talent from all over the world and brings them together in one of the undoubted centres of musical excellence to work and make music together.

There couldn’t be a better time for Isobel to release her new album, and I’m delighted to be able to feature it in our 100th Music Podcast here at Frank Renton on Brass, and as my Track of the Week. Listen free below to Isobel Daws, accompanied by her fellow members of the BONE-AFIDE Trombone Quartet, playing an arrangement by Sam Every of Estrallita, by the Mexican composer Manuel Ponce. Sensational! Happy 100th!"

We hope you’ll enjoy our free track of the week that's below - and then will join us to hear all our many programmes, interviews and music podcasts. It’s a lot less than a cup of coffee a week!