Three Aequali for Four Trombones, WoO 30 - III. Poco sostenuto
Ludwig van Beethoven
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From the latin adjective « aequalis”, equal, an Aequale is a music piece for similar voices or instruments. In the 18th century, it becomes a generic term for pieces for three to four trombones. Among the most famous Aequali (or Equali) are Beethoven’s for four trombones (1812) and Bruckner’s for three (1847).