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Wydawnictwo: Accent
Nr katalogowy: ACC 24263
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: maj 2012
EAN: 4015023242630
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans, barok
Instrumenty: puzon

Trombone Grande: Music For Bass Sackbut Around 1600

Accent - ACC 24263
Oltremontano / Wim Becu
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Girolamo Frescobaldi:
Canzona VII, detta la Superba
Canzona XXII, detta la Nicolina
Canzona XVII, detta la Diodata

Giovanni Battista Fontana:
Sonata Terzadecima

Bartolomeo de Selma y Salaverde:
Canzon XXIII per due Bassi

Palestrina/Giovanni Bassano:
Tota pulchra es

Claudio Monteverdi:
Ab aeterno

Mikolaj Zielenski:
Fantazja II
Viderunt omnes
Tu es Petrus

Lassus/Francesco Rognoni:
Susana d’Orlando

Giovanni Martino Cesare:
La Hieronyma alla quinta bassa

Giovanni Paolo Cima:
Sonata per cornetto e trombone

Giuseppe Guami:

Josquin/Antonio de Cabezón:
Benedicta es Regina coelorum
Wim Becu, as the guiding spirit of the Ensemble Oltremontano and soloist on this CD, imbues the Baroque bass trombone with an unparalleled vitality and virtuosity. Not without reason is he counted among the best in his field, if not the best bass trombone player ever on the Baroque trombone!

The newly-released CD Trombone Grande is exciting from every point of view - many different tone colours and arrangements, as well as very varied compositions, offer you an interesting and entertaining listening pleasure. As well as sound and coherent interpretations of the individual works, the bass trombone is at the centre - rightly so! There has never been a CD dedicated to such a wide-ranging collection of works. For the bass trombone is mostly used as a harmonic base, or for doubling the bass voice.

Thus the performance of the diminution by Francesco Rognoni on Susane un jour certainly represents a highlight of bass trombone virtuosity. Technically brilliant, radiant yet touchingly soft in sound are the highly virtuoso passages which Wim Becu lures from his instrument. Treat yourself and your ear to this rarity! The title of the CD refers to the customary name at the time for the Baroque bass trombone because of its size. Loosely translated, it can also mean 'magnificent trombone'!

Rec.date: 2012

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