Gerald Trimble

Gerald Trimble, the most important innovator of the viola d’amba, is a versatile, bowed, fretted instrument that has ancient roots in Moorish Spain, Renaissance, and Baroque Europe. Trimble is a jazz and rock improvisor, as well as an interpreter for ancient music. Trimble takes the viola da gambo out of its historical role and makes it a respected world instrument. The new album, Uncharted, by MSR Classics chronicles Trimble’s musical journeys and has been well received in Europe and the US. from

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