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Tenor Viol

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Here is something a bit different - cross between baroque and jazz. not every day you get a theorbo and an Eb clarinet together.... I'd be fibbing if I said I found it first, but it's worth a punt I think.
 

aldevis

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Gianluigi Trovesi was one of my idols when I was a kid. I even had lessons with him back in the 80s.
I am sure you already know the Dowland project, with John Suman and bass clarinet.

I just found this, I had it on vinyl and was my favourite track:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9IIEYDqOuzA
 

Wade Cornell

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I throughly enjoyed both of these, but aren't then in the wrong section? Neither of you are playing these. Should be in the "favorite youtube-video section". This section is for what we (members) have done and wish to post.
 

aldevis

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I throughly enjoyed both of these, but aren't then in the wrong section? Neither of you are playing these. Should be in the "favorite youtube-video section". This section is for what we (members) have done and wish to post.
It is Tenorviol's fault.

KEEEEEEEV, can you please fix it?
 

kevgermany

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Thanks TV. Rather nice. Have been listening to their stuff as I did my forum admin this morning.
 

Tenor Viol

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I throughly enjoyed both of these, but aren't then in the wrong section? Neither of you are playing these. Should be in the "favorite youtube-video section". This section is for what we (members) have done and wish to post.
Yes - mea culpa - I twigged this after I'd posted... The nice moderator might move it...
 

kevgermany

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Gypsy posted a link to a really good piece by Hiromi Uehara here. I've moved it into jazz where it's better suited and will get more exposure. Suggest you take a look.
 
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