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    Default Vivaldi: Domine Deus, from "Gloria" (RV589)

    Antonio Vivaldi: Gloria (RV 589)
    VI. Domine Deus (soprano, oboe and basso)


    This is my instrumental recording of Vivaldi's Domine Deus, played as a duet of mandolin and octave mandolin (mandola), with a computer-generated basso part on harpsichord and violoncello. The mandolin takes the soprano part and the OM the oboe part.

    My arrangement is based on:

    https://musescore.com/user/274416/scores/1582131

    I attach the two melody parts and an MP3 of my backing track, generated using the Musescore built-in sound fonts.

    1898 Giuseppe Vinaccia mandolin
    Mid-Missouri M-111 octave mandolin



    Martin
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    Default Re: Vivaldi: Domine Deus, from "Gloria" (RV589)

    Antonio Vivaldi: Gloria (RV 589)
    II. Laudamus Te (Soprano I & II)


    Here is another movement from Vivaldi's Gloria, the "Laudamus Te". The piece is originally a vocal duet of two sopranos, which I am playing as a mandolin duet, with a computer-generated basso part on harpsichord and violoncello. There is a 20-second harpsichord/cello introduction before the mandolins come in.

    My arrangement is based on:

    https://musescore.com/user/95114/scores/3850436

    Soprano 1: 1898 Giuseppe Vinaccia mandolin
    Soprano 2: 1915 Luigi Embergher mandolin



    As with the Domine Deus, I am again attaching the duet score for two mandolins and an MP3 of the accompaniment in case anybody want to try this. It makes a very nice mandolin duet, I think.

    Martin
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    Default Re: Vivaldi: Domine Deus, from "Gloria" (RV589)

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Jonas View Post
    Antonio Vivaldi: Gloria (RV 589)
    VI. Domine Deus (soprano, oboe and basso)


    This is my instrumental recording of Vivaldi's Domine Deus, played as a duet of mandolin and octave mandolin (mandola), with a computer-generated basso part on harpsichord and violoncello. The mandolin takes the soprano part and the OM the oboe part.

    My arrangement is based on:

    https://musescore.com/user/274416/scores/1582131

    I attach the two melody parts and an MP3 of my backing track, generated using the Musescore built-in sound fonts.

    1898 Giuseppe Vinaccia mandolin
    Mid-Missouri M-111 octave mandolin



    Martin
    I enjoyed your music, thanks for posting.

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    Default Re: Vivaldi: Domine Deus, from "Gloria" (RV589)

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Jonas View Post
    Antonio Vivaldi: Gloria (RV 589)
    II. Laudamus Te (Soprano I & II)


    Here is another movement from Vivaldi's Gloria, the "Laudamus Te". The piece is originally a vocal duet of two sopranos, which I am playing as a mandolin duet, with a computer-generated basso part on harpsichord and violoncello. There is a 20-second harpsichord/cello introduction before the mandolins come in.

    My arrangement is based on:

    https://musescore.com/user/95114/scores/3850436

    Soprano 1: 1898 Giuseppe Vinaccia mandolin
    Soprano 2: 1915 Luigi Embergher mandolin



    As with the Domine Deus, I am again attaching the duet score for two mandolins and an MP3 of the accompaniment in case anybody want to try this. It makes a very nice mandolin duet, I think.

    Martin
    Beautiful music, thank you again.
    I don't know how to play a mandolin so I will share a photo of my Welsh Corgi dogs. In Wales is it it common to see this breed ?
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    Default Re: Vivaldi: Domine Deus, from "Gloria" (RV589)

    Quote Originally Posted by DGtryin View Post
    Beautiful music, thank you again.
    I don't know how to play a mandolin so I will share a photo of my Welsh Corgi dogs. In Wales is it it common to see this breed ?
    Thanks for the comments! Lots of dogs here in Wales, but I can't say I've particularly noticed this breed around here...

    Martin

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