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Antonio Lotti's famous Crucifixus, a section of a complete Credo in F, for four voices with string and continuo accompaniment, written while Lotti was at Dresden (1717-1719). For this section of the Credo, the continuo alone backs the choir; the remaining instruments are tacet, and the choir doubles to 8 parts. The work's modern popularity comes from its publication in an 1860 compilation, Musica sacra, by Franz Commer.
This arrangement is for trombone octet, comprising two alto trombones, four tenor trombones and two bass trombones, as performed by Trombonanza.
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