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Grillo - Sonata seconda à 7 (Gabriel Garrido & Ensemble Elyma)
Grillo - Sonata seconda à 7 (Gabriel Garrido & Ensemble Elyma) ※ Listen in stereo ※ youtube.com Giovanni Battista Grillo (15?? ~1622) - Sonata seconda à 7 (1618) - Ensemble Elyma Gabriel Garrido (conductor) Giovanni Battista Grillo (late 16th century Venice, mid-Nov 1622) was an Italian composer and organist. Little is known about Grillo until he was elected organist to the Venetian confraternity 'Scuola Grande di S Rocco' on 28 August 1612. In addition he was appointed first organist of San Marco on 30 December 1619. His music reflects on Giovanni Gabrieli, especially his Sacri concentus ac symphoniae (Venice 1618) which includes vocal canzonas up to 12 parts, using cori spezzati. He is also known for three instrumental canzonas published in Raveri's collection Canzoni per sonare con ogni sorte di stromenti (Venice, 1608)
Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble: Gabrieli Sonata 18
Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble: Gabrieli Sonata 18 Giovanni Gabrieli (1554/7-1612) - Sonata 18 a 14 (1615) Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble with members of the Orchestra of the 17th Century, Washington DC (Period instrument ensembles) Michael Holmes, music director Recording: Summer, 2001 at St. Mark's Episcopal Church on Capitol Hill, Washington DC About the group: Fast becoming the premiere ensemble of its kind in North America, the Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble, directed by Michael Holmes, consists of early brass specialists from the Washington DC, Philadelphia, and New York City areas. The WCSE's membership has modified and grown considerably since its inception in 1997. It has performed extensively and has been in high demand all along the east coast USA, collaborating in adventuresome programs with prominent period ensembles such as Lumen Valo (Finland), New Trinity Baroque (Atlanta), Sacra Fuma (Princeton), the Orchestra of the 17th Century (DC), the Washington Bach Consort (DC), Carmina (DC), Cantate Chamber Singers (DC), the Washington Kantorei (DC), and Zephyrus (Charlottesville). Its repertoire has been vast, exploring almost every possible style and region, including music from Germany, Italy, Poland, Bohemia, Moravia, Scandinavia, Spain, England and the New World. In the summer of 2001, WCSE produced its first recording of music by Gabrieli and Schütz. In August 2003, WCSE was invited to be the featured ensemble at the Historic Brass Society Festival at Yale University (New Haven, CT), and ...
Bach's Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor - Steel Drum Ensemble
Bach's Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor - Steel Drum Ensemble Steel Drum Ensemble performing Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor by J.S. Bach - arranged by Obe Quarless. The ensemble is comprised of music students at Bellarmine Preparatory School in Tacoma, WA. The classical music is performed on steel drums, or more appropriately, steel pans by Sam Erwin (Double Second Pans), Reggie Glaspie (Tenor Bass Pans), Danjuma Quarless (Cello Pans), JaJa Quarless (Double Guitar Pans) Obe Quarless (Double Second Pans).
Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble: Gabrieli - Sanctus
Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble: Gabrieli - Sanctus Giovanni Gabrieli (1554/7-1612) - Sanctus from Mass (Sacrae symphoniae, 1615) Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble (Period instrument group) Michael Holmes, director with voices of Carmina, Vera Kochanowsky, dir. Latin text: Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus, Dominus Deus Sabaoth. Pleni sunt coeli et terra gloria tua. Osanna in excelsis. Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini. Osanna in excelsis. English translation: Holy, holy, holy Lord God of Hosts. Heaven and earth are full of your glory. Hosanna in the highest. Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest. About the group: Fast becoming the premiere ensemble of its kind in North America, the Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble, directed by Michael Holmes, consists of early brass specialists from the Washington DC, Philadelphia, and New York City areas. The WCSE's membership has modified and grown considerably since its inception in 1997. It has performed extensively and has been in high demand all along the east coast USA, collaborating in adventuresome programs with prominent period ensembles such as Lumen Valo (Finland), New Trinity Baroque (Atlanta), Sacra Fuma (Princeton), the Orchestra of the 17th Century (DC), the Washington Bach Consort (DC), Carmina (DC), Cantate Chamber Singers (DC), the Washington Kantorei (DC), and Zephyrus (Charlottesville). Its repertoire has been vast, exploring almost every possible style and region, including music from Germany, Italy, Poland, Bohemia ...
Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble: Gabrieli - Canzon duodecim
Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble: Gabrieli - Canzon duodecim Giovanni Gabrieli (1554/7-1612) - Canzon in eco duodecimi toni Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble (Period instrument group) Michael Holmes, director Recorded at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington DC About the group: Fast becoming the premiere ensemble of its kind in North America, the Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble, directed by Michael Holmes, consists of early brass specialists from the Washington DC, Philadelphia, and New York City areas. The WCSE's membership has modified and grown considerably since its inception in 1997. It has performed extensively and has been in high demand all along the east coast USA, collaborating in adventuresome programs with prominent period ensembles such as Lumen Valo (Finland), New Trinity Baroque (Atlanta), Sacra Fuma (Princeton), the Orchestra of the 17th Century (DC), the Washington Bach Consort (DC), Carmina (DC), Cantate Chamber Singers (DC), the Washington Kantorei (DC), and Zephyrus (Charlottesville). Its repertoire has been vast, exploring almost every possible style and region, including music from Germany, Italy, Poland, Bohemia, Moravia, Scandinavia, Spain, England and the New World. In the summer of 2001, WCSE produced its first recording of music by Gabrieli and Schütz. In August 2003, WCSE was invited to be the featured ensemble at the Historic Brass Society Festival at Yale University (New Haven, CT), and were invited to return for the next annual festival ...
PRISM BRASS ENSEMBLE Canzona Per Sonare No. 1 Gabrieli
PRISM BRASS ENSEMBLE Canzona Per Sonare No. 1 Gabrieli Prism Brass Ensemble performs G. Gabrieli's Canzona per Sonare No. 1, La Spiritata www.brasshouston.com Trumpets Zeb Upton, Greg Haro Trombone: Karen Marston, Euphonium: Mike Selover
Antonio Vivaldi La Primavera Four Seasons www.ensembleguidantus.com
Antonio Vivaldi La Primavera Four Seasons www.ensembleguidantus.com concerto Teatro Asioli di Correggio 2005 ENSEMBLE GUIDANTUS www.ensembleguidantus.com
Tango For Elise - Blechschaden - Brass Ensemble - Beethoven
Tango For Elise - Blechschaden - Brass Ensemble - Beethoven Complete recomposition incorporating themes from Beethoven's classic piano etude "For Elise". Commissioned by Blechschaden, the award-winning Munich Philharmonic Brass Ensemble. This arrangement is Piazolla Tango Nuevo from start to finish and "For Elise" lends itself fabulously to be played as a tango! Each of the instrumental sections are featured and a muted interlude allows the piece to appear in a completely new light. Small musical quips will immediately bring smiles to your listener's faces and this piece lives from the contrast between loud tutti ensemble sections and small chamber-like passages. The performance is a bit fast and on top of the beat but the concept of the piece is communicated. For sheet music and MP3s go to www.jonwelchmusic.com. Enjoy!
d'Amore Ensembles: Hornpipe from Handel's Watermusic
d'Amore Ensembles: Hornpipe from Handel's Watermusic d'Amore Ensembles provide live classical music for Weddings, Corporate and other Functions
Bugler's Holiday - Wind Ensemble
Bugler's Holiday - Wind Ensemble Leroy Anderson's "Bugler's Holiday" by Eleanor Roosevelt High School Wind Ensemble. Trumpets - Annie Lemieux, Alexander Kruskal, Gerard Marcus. Conducted by Sally Wagner.
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