English Madrigal Suite No. 2 for Brass Trio
by Thomas Morley
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Baritone Horn TC,Flugelhorn,Trombone,Trumpet - Level 4 - Digital Download

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Composed by Thomas Morley. Arranged by Richard Decker. Contest,Early Music,Festival,Multicultural,Renaissance,World. 35 pages. Charles Decker Music Press #722234. Published by Charles Decker Music Press (A0.1121043).

These three lively madrigals arranged for brass trio provide an engaging interlude to any chamber concert, indoors or outdoors. As composer and organist, editor and publisher, Thomas Morley was a significant influence in the musical absorption of the Italian Madrigal style into English vocal music during the last decade of the 16th century.  Trained by William Byrd, Morley and his early Three-Part Canzonets (1593) showed his remarkable ability to combine his own individual musical creativity with the essence of the popular Italian Madrigals, resulting in the golden era of the English Madrigal School. The trio is scored for trumpet in B-flat with an alternate C trumpet part, horn in F with an alternate flugelhorn part, and trombone with an alternate treble clef euphonium part. The recording is of the entire edition.

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