With this play, I have such memories. They say that we all come from childhood. So, while still studying at the first courses of the music school, I really liked the way an old concert played a trumpeter, a correspondence student from a military band. And he played on the cornet, whispering, but very technical. I do not even remember the name of that trumpeter, but the love for this music has remained. I even tried to play this sonata on my trombone. But ... the trombone is far from technical. And when our trumpeter Andrei Shergin expressed his desire to play Albinoni, I gladly quickly arranged for the brass quintet and here is the result of 4 parts
Trumpet - Vladimir Lysenko , laureate of the All-Russian competition of performers on wind instruments;
Trumpet - Sergei Gridchin , a graduate of the St. Petersburg Conservatory. N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov;
Horns - Vladimir Shcherbakov , a graduate of the Moscow Musical Pedagogical Institute. Gnesin, winner of the All-Ukrainian Competition of Wind Instrument Performers;
Trombone - Anatoly Pidanov , a graduate of the Donetsk State Music Academy named after SS Prokofiev;
Tuba - Nikolai Zagora , a graduate of the Donetsk State Music Academy named after SS Prokofiev.