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Sing a New Song with Sounds of Horns, Psalm 149-150

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Music

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This is a virtual performance by the Linfield Brass Ensemble of Giuseppe Pitoni's "Cantate Domino" (1657-1743) for brass quartet. Made up of three Linfield students and a community member, we are coached by Dr. Joan Haaland Paddock. Originally a choral piece, "Cantate Domino" was transcribed for brass ensemble. We were first given this piece during class before COVID-19 forced us to move online. This shift was frustrating, especially as we wanted to keep playing. However, we were able to continue playing with each other thanks to present-day technology. It's important for us to make music even while we are socially distanced from each other because we don't want to sacrifice the opportunity to play together, the opportunity to enjoy this fun group. Next year, the ensemble will change, it won't be the same as it is right now. This season and piece represents the spirit of music – a collaboration which developed our relationships and musical abilities through a new song. We are very thankful for the diligence and help of our professor, Dr. Paddock, without whom we would not have been able to create this video.

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Sing a New Song with Sounds of Horns, Psalm 149-150

This is a virtual performance by the Linfield Brass Ensemble of Giuseppe Pitoni's "Cantate Domino" (1657-1743) for brass quartet. Made up of three Linfield students and a community member, we are coached by Dr. Joan Haaland Paddock. Originally a choral piece, "Cantate Domino" was transcribed for brass ensemble. We were first given this piece during class before COVID-19 forced us to move online. This shift was frustrating, especially as we wanted to keep playing. However, we were able to continue playing with each other thanks to present-day technology. It's important for us to make music even while we are socially distanced from each other because we don't want to sacrifice the opportunity to play together, the opportunity to enjoy this fun group. Next year, the ensemble will change, it won't be the same as it is right now. This season and piece represents the spirit of music – a collaboration which developed our relationships and musical abilities through a new song. We are very thankful for the diligence and help of our professor, Dr. Paddock, without whom we would not have been able to create this video.