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Concerto a VII Clarini con Tymp.

Description: Johann Ernst Altenburg has been called «the last representative of the heroic guild of trumpeters and timpanists.» Born in Weissenfels on June 15, 1734, he was apprenticed to his father Johann Caspar Altenburg (1689-1761) at the tender age of two and released from his articles as a trumpeter sixteen years later. ...
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Date: 2004
Creator: Altenburg, Johann Ernst & Bauguess, Barry
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Joseph Paul Vejvanovsky Sonata Tribus

Description: Pavel Joseph Vejvanovsky,(composer ca. 1640-1693) - Play ... Sonata Tribus for Trumpet, Trombone, Violin, and Bass Continuo ...
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Date: 2001
Creator: Vejvanovsky, Joseph Paul & Bauguess, Barry
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Joseph Paul Vejvanovsky Sonata 29

Description: Joseph Paul Vejvanovsky,(composer ca. 1640-1693) - Play ... Sonata XXIX for Trumpets, Trombone, 2 Violins, Viola, and Bass Continuo ...
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Date: 2001
Creator: Vejvanovsky, Joseph Paul & Bauguess, Barry
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Prélude pour fête foraine et synthétiseur

Description: Recording of Jean Piché's Prélude pour fête foraine et synthétiseur. This piece is an exploration of the acoustic structure of a popular festival. The environmental sections of the work come from a binaural recording of a celebratory crowd gathered for the annual parade, Carnival of Quebec City. The moments preserved are those preceding the arrival of the parade. The core of the piece was made in the studio with a MOOG synthesizer, using the temporal structure of the environment as a support. The electronic section passes from a slow, static time (reference to the acoustic macrostructure of a crowd - many internal changes but temporal homogeneity overall) to a fast time where the junction is established with the micro structure of the environment. The electronic synthesis of this last moment wants to approach the organic timbres of the voice and the horns that the party-goers use to sound their loud exuberance.
Date: 1976
Creator: Piché, Jean
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The Pedagogy of Brass Instruments at the College Level

Description: Mainly, the purpose of this work is to give the brass instrument player a more thorough understanding of how to improve the many factors which combine to make up his technique as a whole; also, to give the brass instrument player a more thorough understanding of the construction and history of his instrument, as well as a list of books which can be useful in developing specific phases of brass instrument playing. In other words, this book is intended to be a help to all brass instrument players who want to learn more about their instrument as well as to improve on it.
Date: June 1950
Creator: Jenkins, Merlin E.
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Philipp Jakob Rittler Sonata à 18

Description: Philipp Jakob Rittler (composer ca. 1637-1690) - Play streams in full ... Sonata a 18, for 6 trumpets, 3 trombones, 2 violins, 3 violas, timpani and continuo ...
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Date: 2013
Creator: Rittler, Philipp Jakob & Bland, Justin
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Johann Heinrich Schmelzer Sonata à 3

Description: Philipp Jakob Rittler (composer ca. 1637-1690) - Play streams in full ... Sonata a 17, for 6 trumpets, 3 trombones, 2 violins, 3 violas, timpani and continuo ...
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Date: 2007
Creator: Schmelzer, Johann Heinrich & Bauguess, Barry
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Philipp Jakob Rittler Sonata à 17

Description: Philipp Jakob Rittler (composer ca. 1637-1690) - Play streams in full ... Sonata a 17, for 6 trumpets, 3 trombones, 2 violins, 3 violas, timpani and continuo ...
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Date: 2013
Creator: Rittler, Philipp Jakob & Bland, Justin
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Moll (opéra-lilliput pour 6 roches molles)

Description: Recording of Marcelle Deschênes's Moll (opéra-lilliput pour 6 roches molles). An open composition, MOLL (“Soft”) is presented in its full version as an outdoor show and "plain-breath" in 60 beaches, known for: 1) mimes or dancers 2) mobile and sound decors, and floors with sound 3) wind, blast, white noise 4) acoustic instruments (vibrating air, percussion) 5) live electronic instruments 6) magnetic tape (concrete sounds not transformed: insects, water, birds, boat, etc.) electronic sounds, musical quotes (Debussy, Berg, Wagner, Mozart etc.), manipulated sounds 7) sounds of mouth (partial or total live transformation) 8) a child (toys of children). This piece serves as a large group of associations from different levels of human experience. Of a plural nature and structure, this piece constitutes a mosaic made up of the juxtaposition of polymorphic and heterogeneous elements borrowed from models and systems of formation and transformation (cosmogonic, mythological, symbolic, atmospheric, oceanographic, astronomical, geological, musical, etc.) which, by association, can be put in relation with the rocks and their environment.
Date: 1976
Creator: Deschênes, Marcelle
Partner: UNT Music Library