Trombone History: More 18C Timeline Updates

Added the final entries from Stewart Carter’s “Trombone Obbligatos in Viennese Oratorios of the Baroque” to the 18th Century Timeline. In contrast to those of the earlier post, these entries don’t involve alto trombone.

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1704—Vienna, Austria: Marc’ Antonio Ziani’s aria, “Quel sembiante” from Il mistico Giobbe, features solo soprano voice with trombone obbligato (Carter, Trombone Obbligatos).

1705—Vienna, Austria: “Alme ingrate,” an aria from an anonymous, untitled sepolcro, features solo soprano voice with trombone obbligato (Carter, Trombone Obbligatos).

1706—Vienna, Austria: Marc’ Antonio Ziani’s La morte vinta sul includes 3 arias that feature trombone as an obbligato instrument (Carter, Trombone Obbligatos).

1707—Vienna, Austria: Marc’ Antonio Ziani’s aria, “Non é giunta” from Il Sacrifizio d’Isacco, features solo tenor voice with trombone obbligato (Carter, Trombone Obbligatos).

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