Brand new sackbut recording!

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ttf_matthijs
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Brand new sackbut recording!

Post by ttf_matthijs » Sun Jun 12, 2016 2:42 am

I'm happy to share some great early chamber music with you, which is originally written for this instrumentation (violin, sackbut, continuo). Hope you like it!
Any comments are of course welcome, since this is a forum so a nice place to discuss performances & recordings...

https://youtu.be/GR3PaNkFN_4
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Brand new sackbut recording!

Post by ttf_boneagain » Sun Jun 12, 2016 8:35 am

I liked it enough that I discovered I was not listening critically... just enjoying the ensemble!  I love it when that happens Image

Thanks for sharing!


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Brand new sackbut recording!

Post by ttf_kbiggs » Sun Jun 12, 2016 9:14 am

Very nice! Thanks!
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Brand new sackbut recording!

Post by ttf_Matt K » Sun Jun 12, 2016 10:11 am

Quote from: boneagain on Jun 12, 2016, 08:35AMI liked it enough that I discovered I was not listening critically... just enjoying the ensemble!  I love it when that happens Image

Thanks for sharing!



I had exactly the same response too.
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Brand new sackbut recording!

Post by ttf_Dukesboneman » Tue Jun 21, 2016 6:15 am

Beautiful!!  I loved it. Your sound on Sackbut is gorgeous. What are you playing on ? Original-ish equipment?
Thanks for sharing
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Brand new sackbut recording!

Post by ttf_matthijs » Tue Jun 21, 2016 7:39 am

Thanks for all nice responses! We hope to publish one or two more of these recordings in the coming weeks, so I'll post them here too...  Image

Quote from: Dukesboneman on Jun 21, 2016, 06:15AMWhat are you playing on ? Original-ish equipment?
I play on a very small bore Ewald Meinl instrument, a copy of the 1595 Drewelwecz sackbut. But the instrument is a bit customized to be closer to the original (more 'historical correct'). Of course brass inner slides, bell on 4th position, no water key and no extra (modern) braces. And a Van der Heide renaissance mouthpiece, which of course also has a lot of influence on the sound. I'm glad to hear you like it!
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Brand new sackbut recording!

Post by ttf_matthijs » Tue Jun 21, 2016 7:39 am

Thanks for all nice responses! We hope to publish one or two more of these recordings in the coming weeks, so I'll post them here too...  Image

Quote from: Dukesboneman on Jun 21, 2016, 06:15AMWhat are you playing on ? Original-ish equipment?
I play on a very small bore Ewald Meinl instrument, a copy of the 1595 Drewelwecz sackbut. But the instrument is a bit customized to be closer to the original (more 'historical correct'). Of course brass inner slides, bell on 4th position, no water key and no extra (modern) braces. And a Van der Heide renaissance mouthpiece, which of course also has a lot of influence on the sound. I'm glad to hear you like it!
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