gambist


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a musician who performs upon the viola da gamba

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Highlights: Emerson String Quartet * viola da gambist Jordi Savall * pianist Leon Fleisher * Chamber Music Society * Stew * Alarm Will Sound * Bang on a Can All-Stars with Wilco's Glenn Kotche * Steve Reich & Musicians * London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Jurowski * The Juilliard Orchestra * the opening night of The Film Society of Lincoln Center's Rendez-Vous with French Cinema
In previous work, Graham Pont has suggested that Handel may have written this sonata for the renowned Gernian gambist Ernst Christian Hesse (1670-1762), who played the gamba part in the performance of Handel's oratorio La Resnorzione in Rome on 8 April 1708, coinciding with trip to Italy (Graham Pont, "Handel 's Souvenir of Venice: The 'Spurious' Sonata in C for Viola da Gamba & Harpsichord," Early Music Performer 23 [March 2009]: 16).
Featuring saxophonist Stan Strickland and pianist Peter Cassino's Quartet, featuring saxophonist Paul Saunders, bassist Sean Farias, and drummer Miki Matsuki; soprano Cristi Catt, mezzo-soprano Laurie Monahan, baroque flautists Carol Epple and Na'ama Lion, violinist Dana Maiben, viola da gambist Jane Hershey, lutenist Douglas Freundlich, harpsichordists Francis Conover Fitch and Peter Sykes, and dancers Camilla Finlay and Ken Pierce.
Louis Early Music Ensemble, which sponsored the edition, lacks a gambist.
The consort music the middle-aged Ward produced for the delectation of his musical companions poses few technical difficulties for the competent gambist.
Strizich wrote the Tombeau for Baroque Flute and Harpsichord in commemoration of Jason Paras, a brilliant gambist who died tragically young in 1982, drowning in the Rhine at Basel.
Music scholars from Europe, the US, and New Zealand examine polyphonic music at Mexico City Cathedral by composers Antonio de Salazar and Matheo de la Rocca; musical practice in Vienna's convents during Maria Theresa's reign, particularly how composers in the Ursuline convent responded to the ban on trumpets and timpani; marches associated with ceremonial and military processions during the French Revolution; a German march included in a sinfonia by Gottlob Harrer; the association between Haydn and his aristocratic client Prince Kraft Ernst of Oettingen-Wallerstein; the alla turca style in Haydn's opera L'incontro improvviso; images of cellists and gambists in the portrait collection of C.