Marini Biagio Sonata Tb37

Biagio Marini

Sonata op. 8 N° 9

for 2 bass trombones and continuo

Level: intermediate
Duration: 3'

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About the Sonata

The present Sonata is from his «Sonate, Sinfonie, ... ,» Opus 8, of 1626, a large group of sonatas, canzonas, sinfonias, ballettos, and dances written for ensembles of one to six parts with continuo. Many of them call for trombones. The late Alfred Einstein assembled the manuscripts upon which this edition is based. The continuo realization, dynamics, and tempos have been supplied by the editor.

Composed
1626
Genre
renaissance
Published
1985
Arrangeur
Leslie Bassett
Publisher
The Brass Press

Biagio Marini (1597-1665)

Biagio Marini was born 1597 in the remarkably musical Lombardy town of Brescia, which was, since the early sixteenth century, a center of organ, lute, and viol manufacture, and became even more renowned for its violins. At age 18, Marini was violinist at St. Mark’s in Venice. There, in 1617, under the influence of Monteverdi, he published his... Read more