Instrumentation: Quartet Instruments: Trombone
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For Trombone Quartet and Viola da Gamba (optional), this is a great piece for a recital
Johann Georg Franz Braun was a German composer from Bohemia. He was born in 1630, perhaps in Ubthal, in what was then Bohemia. He died in ca.1675 in Eger, in Bohemia, in what is now Cheb, in the Czech Republic. According to prefaces from several compositions, he served as cantor and choirmaster of St. Nicolai in Eger from at least 1658 until around 1675. His vocal compositions are important contributions to the development of sacred song with continuo. The canzonato is taken from: ODAE SACRAE I.II.Vocibus & I.II. Violinis accomodatae et compositae a Joanne Georgio Francisco Braun Regente Chori ad S. Nicolaum Egrae. Opus Primum. Oeniponti, Typis Michaelis Wagneri. Anno 1658. This collection contains 17 sacred concerti for solo voices, 1-3 violins and basso continuo, and 2 canzonati: for 4 violins and 4 trombones.
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