Suona La Tromba
Harken back to late 17th century Italy featuring music for the trumpet. For centuries, the trumpet has been an instrument of war and a symbol of political power. The warring Italians lead the charge enriching the role of the trumpet to also be a voice of beauty and artistic expression amidst the broad flourishing of arts and culture during the Italian Renaissance and Baroque. This program features a small sampling of the vast quantity of Italian music that survives from favorites like Arcangelo Corelli and Giuseppe Torelli as well as lesser-known gems by composers such as Giovanni Grossi and Maurizio Cazzati.
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