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The Trombone ForumTeaching & LearningHistory of the Trombone(Moderator: bhcordova) P.A. Mariani, Sonata 'La Guaralda'
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« on: Aug 06, 2016, 07:36AM »

I guess that many of us already know this piece, since it is one of the few pieces that contains a 'bastarda' part for the trombone. But for the ones that never heard of it, here is a new recording of it (the first? I could not find any other recording...) :-)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRFBwT3WhiY

It is nice to mention that the piece has the subtitle: 'Per il Deo Gratias', which suggests that it was intended as a substitute for the 'Deo Gratias' at the end of a (Catholic) mass (I forgot which book mentioned this, maybe the Performer's Guide to 17th-century Music?). I don't know how common it was to use 'chamber music' like this in masses, but it seems very interesting to me!

Anyway, hopefully you enjoy the short video!
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« Reply #1 on: Aug 06, 2016, 10:56AM »

Yet another lovely bit from you!
I particularly liked the lack of vibrato all around. VERY nice mix of timbres, helped along by the lack of vibrato.
Thanks for, once again, music played well enough that I listen instead of analyzing!
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