Trombone Concerto (Konzert in B)
Alto Trombone, 2 Violins, Continuo - Advanced
Composed by Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736-1809). Arranged by Matthijs van der Moolen. Baroque Period, Early Music. Score, Set of Parts. 52 pages. Published by Matthijs van der Moolen (S0.55759).
Item Number: S0.55759
The famous trombone concerto by Johann Georg Albrechtsberger. Since there is no historical correct version available yet, this version is a completely new (urtext) edition taken from Albrechtsberger's own manuscript.You will notice that the scoring is a bit different from the existing editions. This is because the existing versions are edited for modern ensembles (like a string orchestra). The historical correct accompaniment is a continuo section plus two violins, as it is in this score.
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