Brass duets, baroque improv, & the quest for bugs

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This brass duet is on fire!

Welcome back to Gomalan Brass Quintet members Marco Pierobon and Stefano Ammannati. Marco (trumpet, Parma, Italy) and Stefano (tuba, 120 km away, in Genova, Italy) used FarPlay to perform a killer brass rendition of Ennio Morricone’s version of “Crave” by Jelly Roll Morton. Watch their performance below.

Baroque improv over 210 miles

Tina Chancey plays the Baroque violin in Arlington, VA with Larry Molinaro on harpsichord in Falls Church, VA and our very own Dan Tepfer on piano in Brooklyn, NY. Watch their performance below. 

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—David Liao & the FarPlay team