Brass Quintet – Intrada (Pezel)
Johann Christoph Pezel is largely unknown today, save for this short Intrada. he was actually quite influential in the development of instruments musical forms and an accomplished clarino trumpet player as well as a composer of much sacred and secular music.
This is a great opener for concerts and works well both inside and outside (and, surprisingly, when socially distanced!)
The difficulty of this piece depends almost entirely on how fast you want to take it! It is marked as Allegro, but that was a vague term in the Renaissance and Baroque periods. The recording is at 120bpm, but I have heard it played as widely different as 100bpm and 140bpm.Your choice!
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