Sonata Pian ‘e Forte for 8-part Antiphonal Trombone Ensemble (arr. Russell McKinney) by Giovanni Gabrieli Sheet Music for Brass Ensemble at Sheet Music Direct
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Sonata Pian ‘e Forte for 8-part Antiphonal Trombone Ensemble (arr. Russell McKinney) Digital Sheet Music
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Sonata Pian ‘e Forte for 8-part Antiphonal Trombone Ensemble (arr. Russell McKinney)by Giovanni Gabrieli Brass Ensemble - Digital Sheet Music

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Gabrieli's Sonata Pian 'e Forte for 8-part Antiphonal Trombone Ensemble has been beautifully arranged (down a fifth from the original key) by Russel McKinney. The work (Ch.175) is part of the 1597 Sacrae symphoniae, published posthumously which contains sixty-three choral and instrumental works, many in multi-choir formations. This 8-part Sonata is in two choirs....a high one and a low one (in this case choir II uses three bass trombones with an optional Contrabass Trombone!)

The most unique aspect of this masterpiece is its use of printed dynamics...originally thought to be the first work of its sort; Pian (soft) and Forte (loud). These dynamic markings are central to the structure of the work.

This 4 1/2 minute work is appropriate for moderately advanced to advanced performers. Parts 1 A and B are in tenor clef. Parts 4A, 2B,2C & 2D are for Tenor-Bass or Bass Trombones. Part 4B may be performed by a Contrabass Trombonist.

The dramatic performance of the sound sample is by the arranger himself, Bass Trombonist Russell McKinney playing both tenor and bass trombones.

The most unique aspect of this masterpiece is its use of printed dynamics...originally thought to be the first work of its sort; Pian (soft) and Forte (loud). These dynamic markings are central to the structure of the work.

This 4 1/2 minute work is appropriate for moderately advanced to advanced performers. Parts 1 A and B are in tenor clef. Parts 4A, 2B,2C & 2D are for Tenor-Bass or Bass Trombones. Part 4B may be performed by a Contrabass Trombonist.

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