Axiom Brass, brass quintet

AXIOM BRASS CONCERT

Sunday, September 13, 2020 4 p.m. EST to midnight
Meet the Artist Zoom Chat 5:30 pm EST--All Season Passport Holders Invited!

 Dorival Puccini, Jr., trumpet; Michael Hawes, trumpet; Matthew Bronstein, horn;

Corey Sansolo, trombone; Kevin Harrison, tuba

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PROGRAM
Da Pacem, Domine                                                                                       
Unknown (c. 9th century)
transcribed by Michael Hawes

Earle of Oxford’s Marche
William Byrd (c. 1540 - 1623)
transcribed by Corey Sansolo

Madrigal Suite (from Il primo libro de’ madrigali)
Barbara Strozzi (1619 - 1677)
transcribed by Corey Sansolo
I. Gli amanti falliti
II. Silentio nocivo*
III. Priego ad amore*

Contrapunctus III (from The Art of the Fugue)                                           
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750)
transcribed by Dorival Puccini

Contrapunctus IX (from The Art of the Fugue)
Johann Sebastian Bach
transcribed by Kevin Harrison

Quintet No. 1, op. 5
Victor Ewald (1860 - 1935)
I. Moderato
II. Adagio (non troppo, lento)
III. Allegro moderato

A Martyred Village
David Faleris (b. 1982)

Excerpts from Treemonisha*
Scott Joplin (1868 - 1917)
 transcribed by Corey Sansolo
I. Prelude to Act III
II. We Will Rest Awhile                                                                                          
III. Frolic of the Bears

 

This concert is sponsored through an anonymous donation in honor of
The Tallahassee Sette of Odd Volumes

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