The violin was perhaps the most popular instrument of the 17th century. It turns up in nearly every Baroque instrumental genre, including the solo sonata, the concerto, and the immensely popular trio sonata (for two violins, often complimented by harpsichord, organ, or theorbo). Much less common, but equally compelling, are pieces for three violins with some sort of plucked or strummed accompaniment.
Michael Bernier is a world renowned Chapman Stick player. Best known for his work with Tony Levin & Pat Mastelotto of King Crimson, Michael has been focusing on his solo material the past years. Ritchie DeCarlo is a drummer in Philadelphia, PA. He has albums out with Percy Jones, Scott McGill, Markus Reuter, Michael Manring & others. Ritchie commissioned Michael to play on his first solo album "Week" in 2012 & they have been working together ever since. Now they have released their second album as a duo. Special guests: Tony Levin, Pat Masteloto, Ed Mann, Billy Sherwood, John Wesley, Matte Henderson, Kandy Harris, Dean Pascarella.
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