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Stainer & Bell - Two Eighteenth-Century Pieces: The lively Tambourin by Rameau is among the most popular of baroque instrumental pieces, and in H. Samuel Sterling's idiomatic arrangement for Double Bass and Piano it forms a welcome addition to the bassist's repertoire. Giordani's stately Larghetto is an ideal counterweight, and an exercise in sustained, expressive playing.