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« on: Nov 18, 2017, 10:11AM »

Hey all!

It's been a long while since I've been on here, but here we go. I've started a baroque trio with a organist and a cellist and we are looking for new literature. I've been scraping my way through IMSLP looking for some trio sonatas or such I can arrange for our group, but nothings really caught my eye. I'm really looking for something like a fugue or a sonata with figured bass parts. Something for a group like us.

I'm really open to suggestions on music as we are just starting up so please feel free to throw in anything from Haydn to Telemann to Bach.

Thanks!
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« Reply #1 on: Nov 18, 2017, 02:03PM »

Hey all!

It's been a long while since I've been on here, but here we go. I've started a baroque trio with a organist and a cellist and we are looking for new literature. I've been scraping my way through IMSLP looking for some trio sonatas or such I can arrange for our group, but nothings really caught my eye. I'm really looking for something like a fugue or a sonata with figured bass parts. Something for a group like us.

I'm really open to suggestions on music as we are just starting up so please feel free to throw in anything from Haydn to Telemann to Bach.

Thanks!

I'm not sure about trio sonatas for two low instruments, but there are a pieces for two bass instruments, like the few Canzone a due basso of Frescobaldi.

More easy to find, any piece for solo trombone (or unspecified solo instrument or solo voice) where the part you play doesn't double the bass line, then the cello can play the bass line. Again you can look at Frescobaldi canzone (for canto solo), Fontana and Castello sonatas, Cesare's La Hieronyma.

Or you can find yourself a violinist and then it opens up a bit more options.
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« Reply #2 on: Nov 18, 2017, 03:44PM »

What these guys play is the gold standard for older chamber music with a trombone thrown in.

http://caecilia-concert.com/
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« Reply #3 on: Nov 18, 2017, 04:08PM »

I'd have a look at the Düben Collection. You can browse through it by instrumentation. I don't think any of the pieces specifying trombone would fit your instrumentation, but there might be stuff for gamba(s) or bassoon that fit.

http://www2.musik.uu.se/duben/DubenCollectionInfo.php

Also, Partiturbuch Ludwig (it's on IMSLP). Again, none of the pieces for trombone will fit - they're all at least 3 part with at least one treble instrument, but maybe there's some two part music that would work.

Some great manuscripts and early prints in the various collections in the online database of the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek

https://www.digitale-sammlungen.de/index.html?c=sammlungen&kategorie_sammlung=8&l=en
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