Art of the Trumpet / Carroll, Brewer, New York Trumpet Ensemble

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The evolution from Renaissance to Baroque musical style partly reveals itself in the process by which forms begin as vocal genres and end as instrumental...
The evolution from Renaissance to Baroque musical style partly reveals itself in the process by which forms begin as vocal genres and end as instrumental ones. The ensemble (or instrumental) ricercar was a counterpart of the motet and is often characterized as a textless motet; the canzona began its life as an Italian keyboard or lute transcription of a French polyphonic song, a chanson, hence ‘canzona francese;’ English madrigals originally were transplanted Italian works. This transition is illustrated on this release by trumpet player Edward Carroll and organist Edward Brewer alongside the New York Trumpet Ensemble as they perform works by J.J. Mouret, R. Valentine, J. Wilbye, G. Gabrieli, and more.


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  • Release Date: April 06, 2018


  • UPC: 884300009914


  • Catalog Number: MCD 10001


  • Label: Vox Special Products


  • Number of Discs: 1


  • Composer: Biber, Frescobaldi, Gabrieli


  • Orchestra/Ensemble: New York Trumpet Ensemble


  • Performer: Carroll, Brewer