966: My current favorite solo double bass pieces
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Today’s episode digs into some of my current double bass repertoire and was inspired by this recent blog post. Enjoy, and you can find the individual pieces I talked about in this episode below:
- Chorale by Nicholas Walker
- Charles at His Leisure by Michael Kurth
- Californian Duett by Simon Garcia
- Ensorceler by Donovan Stokes and Decade’s End by Craig Butterfield
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