Divers Bicinia Raymond Mase Tp283 Digital
Raymond Mase
25 Renaissance Canons and Duets
for 2 trumpets
Arrangeur: Raymond Mase
intermediate / advanced

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Raymond Mase

Raymond Mase (*1951)

Trumpeter Raymond Mase enjoys a diverse career as soloist, chamber artist, orchestral player, and pedagogue. As a member of the American Brass Quintet from 1973-2013, he performed worldwide, premiered countless new works for brass, and is heard on over thirty-five of the Quintet’s recordings. He has contributed his own editions of 16th, 17th, and 19th-century brass music on many of the ABQ...
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About Bicinia

Bicinia, two-part music of the Renaissance and early Baroque, were pieces frequently used for teaching of counterpoint and style. For modern trumpeters, they are challenging and valuable resources in the training of rhythmic flexibility, imitation, and musical expression.

These editions include the addition of dynamics, articulations, and suggested tempi and style.

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The Brass Press
Anonymous (c. 1550), Tibi laudes decantabo (0'40)
Anonymous (c. 1550), In carne vale (1'20)
Anonymous (c. 1550), Ich seg adieu (1'10)
Josquin des Prés (1440-1521), Agnus Dei (1'30)
Josquin des Prés (1440-1521), Pleni sunt caeli (1')
Josquin des Prés (1440-1521), Agnus Dei (1')
Josquin des Prés (1440-1521), Canon (0'50)
Georg Rhaw (1488-1548), Quam pulchra es (1')
Jacob Obrecht (1450-1505), Qui cum patre (1'15)
Jobst von Brandt (1517-1570), Ach Gott, wem soll ich klagen (1'50)
Gregor Meyer (1525-1572), Hypolydischer Kanon in der Quinte (1'05)
Jacques Pelletier (1517-1582), Si mon malheur (1')
Heinrich Faber (1500-1552), Canon (1'05)
Antonio Troilo (15??-16??), Scherzo (1608) (1'35)
Antoine Barbe (1505-1564), Summi regis sponsa digna (1')
Francis Layolle (1492-1540), Les Bourguignons (c. 1539) (1'15)
Giuseppe Giamberti (1600-1663), Solfeggiamento (1')
Martin Agricola (1486-1556), De Profundis (1')
Anonymous (c. 1550), Cancionero de Uppsala, Primus tonus (1556) (1'40)
Anonymous (c. 1550), Cancionero de Uppsala, Secundus tonus (1556) (1'15)
Thomas Wythorpe (1528-1595), Affections strong that doe move us (1'23)
Giuseppe Giamberti (1600-1663), Cantilena de’ salti (1')
Giuseppe Giamberti (1600-1663), Cantilena (1'30)
Jacques Pelletier (1517-1582), Souvent amour (0'50)