Four Elizabethan Trios, transcribed and edited by Joel DiBarto
String Trio - Digital Sheet Music

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String Ensemble,String Trio Double Bass - Level 4 - Digital Download

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Composed by John Bull 1562-1628, John Wilbye 1574-1638, Thomas Morley 1557-1603, and Thomas Tompkins 1572-1654. Arranged by Joel DiBartolo. Renaissance. Score and parts. 20 pages. Mesa Music Publishing #5354291. Published by Mesa Music Publishing (A0.892514).

Four Elizabethan Trios, transcribed and edited by Joel DiBartolo

  • In Nomine, John Bull 1562-1628

  • Lady, Those Eyes, Thomas Morley 1557-1603

  • As Fair As Morn, John Wilbye 1574-1638

  • Dance of Robin Hood, Thomas Tompkins 1572-1654

These pieces in Renaissance counterpoint style sound especially well with three double basses.

The first bass part goes to treble clef, highest note is a thumb position C.

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