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German Early Baroque Music for Trombones

Slokar Posaunenquartett - Jakob Stämpfli

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Recording: August 1983, Reutigen Church, Thun in the canton of Bern in Switzerland

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Five Dance Movements (Michel Praetorius)

1
Branle gay - Branle double - Courante - Bourée - Spagnoletta
Slokar Trombone Quartet
00:04:45

Slokar-Posaunen Quartett (Branimir Slokar, Pia Bucher, Marc Reift, Markus Wüest, Trombone) - Hansjürg Wahlich, Percussion - Michael Praetorius, Composer

© 1984 Claves Records ℗ 1984 Claves Records

Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ (Samuel Scheidt)

2
"Gelobet seist Du, Jesu Christ"
Slokar Trombone Quartet
00:05:14

Slokar-Posaunen Quartett (Branimir Slokar, Pia Bucher, Marc Reift, Markus Wüest, Trombone) - Samuel Scheidt, Composer

© 1984 Claves Records ℗ 1984 Claves Records

Canzon Cornetto (Samuel Scheidt)

3
Canzon Cornetto
Slokar Trombone Quartet
00:03:09

Slokar-Posaunen Quartett (Branimir Slokar, Pia Bucher, Marc Reift, Markus Wüest, Trombone) - Samuel Scheidt, Composer

© 1984 Claves Records ℗ 1984 Claves Records

Padovana (Johann Hermann Schein)

4
Padovana
Slokar Trombone Quartet
00:02:45

Slokar-Posaunen Quartett (Branimir Slokar, Pia Bucher, Marc Reift, Markus Wüest, Trombone) - Johann Hermann Schein, Composer

© 1984 Claves Records ℗ 1984 Claves Records

Six Dance Movements (Melchior Franck)

5
Aufzug - Pavana - Galliarda - Deutscher Tanz - Courante - Aufzug
Slokar Trombone Quartet
00:07:25

Slokar-Posaunen Quartett (Branimir Slokar, Pia Bucher, Marc Reift, Markus Wüest, Trombone) - Hansjürg Wahlich, Percussion - Melchior Franck, Composer

© 1984 Claves Records ℗ 1984 Claves Records

'Fili mi, Absalom' Sacred Concerto for bass, three trombones & continuo (Heinrich Schütz)

6
"Fili mi, Absalom" Sacred Concerto for bass, three trombones & continuo
Jakob Stämpfli
00:06:05

Jakob Stämpfli, Bass - Slokar-Posaunen Quartett (Branimir Slokar, Pia Bucher, Marc Reift, Markus Wüest, Trombone) - Jörg Ewald Dähler, Organ - Hannelore Müller, Viola da gamba - August Wenzinger, Viola da gamba - Heinrich Schütz, Composer

© 1984 Claves Records ℗ 1984 Claves Records

Sonata in A Minor, Sonata in E Minor for three trombones & continuo (Daniel Speer)

7
Sonata in A Minor & Sonata in E Minor for three trombones & continuo
Slokar Trombone Quartet
00:06:38

Slokar-Posaunen Quartett (Branimir Slokar, Pia Bucher, Marc Reift, Markus Wüest, Trombone) - Jörg Ewald Dähler, Organ - Hannelore Müller, Viola da gamba - August Wenzinger, Viola da gamba - Daniel Speer, Composer

© 1984 Claves Records ℗ 1984 Claves Records

'Attendite, populus meus' Sacred Concerto for bass, four trombones & continuo (Heinrich Schütz)

8
"Attendite, populus meus" Sacred Concerto for bass, four trombones & continuo
Jakob Stämpfli
00:09:11

Jakob Stämpfli, Bass - Slokar-Posaunen Quartett (Branimir Slokar, Pia Bucher, Marc Reift, Markus Wüest, Trombone) - Jörg Ewald Dähler, Organ - Hannelore Müller, Viola da gamba - August Wenzinger, Viola da gamba - Heinrich Schütz, Composer

© 1984 Claves Records ℗ 1984 Claves Records

Sonata in D Minor for four trombones & continuo (Daniel Speer)

9
Sonata in D Minor for four trombones & continuo
Slokar Trombone Quartet
00:04:02

Slokar-Posaunen Quartett (Branimir Slokar, Pia Bucher, Marc Reift, Markus Wüest, Trombone) - Jörg Ewald Dähler, Organ - Hannelore Müller, Viola da gamba - August Wenzinger, Viola da gamba - Daniel Speer, Composer

© 1984 Claves Records ℗ 1984 Claves Records

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