These 20 arrangements will provide you and your fans with many hours of musical adventure and pleasure. The word “baroque” comes from the Italian word “barocco”, which means “bizarre”, and was originally used to describe the ornate architecture of the time.
Much of this music was composed for specific occasions, so you will have the opportunity to match these pieces with your own celebratory needs.
This assemblage of tunes is a part of a series of Trios for Strings collections organized according to the periods of musical development from the 15th thru the 19th centuries... Renaissance Trios for Strings (15th and 16th centuries), Baroque Trios for Strings (1600 - 1750), Classical Trios for Strings (1750 - 1820), and Romantic Trios for Strings (1820 - 1910).
Each of the collections in the Trios for Strings series consists of nine individual part books. Each of the three trio parts (A, B, and C) are available for violins, violas, and cellos.
Violin (treble clef), Viola (viola clef), or Cello (bass clef)
You may change the quantity of each item in your shopping cart to accomodate additional musicians.
Albinoni, T. “Concerto for Strings”|
Bach, C.P.E., “Trio in Bb Major”
Bach, J.C., “Trio”
Buxtehude, D., “Canzonetta”
Corelli, A. “Sonata in D Major”
Couperin, F., “La Fleurie”
Fischer, J.C.F., “Calliope Suite”
Frescobaldi, “Canzon Prima”
Gabrielli, G., “Balletto Primo”
Handel, G.F., “Trumpet Suite in D”
Lully, J., “Chaconne”
Monteverdi, C., “Canzonetta Sopra Chlome D’oro”
Pachelbel, J., “Ciacona in F Minor”
Pepusch, J.C., “Overture to Beggar’s Opera”
Purcell, H., “King Arthur, Air”
Quantz, J.J., “Trio in G Major”
Rameau, J., “Danza”
Roman, J.H., “Menuett”
Scarlatti, A., “Tempo di Ballo”
Scheidt, S., “Symphonia in E Minor”
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