Am 09.02.2018 um 09:57 schrieb Johannes Roeßler:
Hi Andrew,
a 18th century cantata - I found (very few) links with google where you can see "Tromba I mo" "Oboe I mo" and "Cornu I mo"  - so its not a typo...


Joei
Hi Johannes,

What MS, what context? I don't know of 'mo' in any tonic sol fa.

Andrew



On 9 February 2018 at 19:40, Johannes Roeßler <j...@joei.de <mailto:j...@joei.de>> wrote:


    I've got a manuscript with two "Trombas" - in "mo" and "do". While
    "do" sounds like the "do" from Solmization,
    I've no idea regarding the "mo" or should that be like a darker
    toned "mi" - so mi-flat?- anyone?




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Hi Andrew, List,

I think that means "tromba primo" and "tromba secundo": italian for first and second trumpet and has nothing to do with solmisation.

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Matthias
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