Sweelinck - More Palatino, Four Variations for Brass Sextet
Brass Choir or Ensemble, Brass Sextet - Advanced
Composed by Jan Sweelinck. Arranged by Keith Terrett. Baroque Period, Renaissance. Score, Set of Parts. 20 pages. Published by Cherry Classics (S0.115717).
Item Number: S0.115717
Sweelinck's lifetime of keyboard improvisation gave him a great repertoire of keyboard techniques. This set of four variations entitled "More Palatino Bibimus" latin for, "We Drink in Palatial Style" is full of Sweelinck's "bag of tricks", has been wonderfully arranged for Brass Sextet by Keith Terrett. The music has been attributed to the composer due to its technical complexities which can only have come from his pen.The style of this 4-minute work which is appropriate for advanced performers is elegant and dance-like.
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