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Adagio From The Oboe Concerto In C

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  1. Donris
    12 Concerti a cinque (op. 9) is a collection of concertos by the Italian composer Tomaso Albinoni, published in The most famous piece from Albinoni's Opus 9 is the Concerto in D minor for oboe (Opus 9, Number 2). It is known for its slow movement. This concerto is probably the second best-known work of Albinoni after the Adagio in G minor (which was once believed to be a reconstruction.
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  2. Samubei
    Full name of work: Adagio from Oboe concerto in C minor: Composer: Marcello, Benedetto (), Italian: About: thoughricktipharledahardpenkniphylnajor.coinfo
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  3. Goltitilar
    Oboe Concerto in C major Alt ernative. Title Composer Albinoni, Tomaso: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. No. Op.9 No.5 I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. ITA 83 Key C major Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 3 movements: Allegro Adagio Allegro Year/Date of Composition Y/D of Comp. or before First Pub lication. in 12 Concerti a cinque, Op.9 (No.5).
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  4. Brazshura
    Concerto a 5 in C, Op.7, No for Oboe, Strings and Continuo: 2. Adagio - Heinz Holliger, Hans Elhorst, Alexander van Wijnkoop
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  5. Juktilar
    The Oboe Concerto in C major is scored for solo oboe with an orchestra of two oboes, two horns, and strings. The orchestration is light and transparent, highlighting the soloist and giving the numerous recurrent rhythmic figures more presence, especially a falling passage in the orchestra that first introduces the solo oboe.
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  6. Vudora
    Listen to your favorite songs from Albinoni: Oboe Concertos, Vol. 3 by Anthony Camden Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
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  7. Tautaxe
    May 01,  · Alessandro Marcello - Concerto for oboe and strings - 2nd movement - Adagio - in D minor. Oboe played by Derek Wickens. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra lead by .
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  8. Nikolkis
    Second movement (Adagio) from the Concerto for Oboe and Strings in D minor (SF), attributed to Alessandro Marcello. It is one of the most performed oboe concertos in the repertory and it has become Marcello's most famous work. Bach wrote a keyboard transcription of the concerto.
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  9. Gardagor
    This concerto he wrote in D minor for oboe, strings and basso continuo is perhaps his best-known work. Its worth was attested to by Johann Sebastian Bach, who transcribed it for harpsichord (BWV ). The central movement, in particular, is a deeply-felt adagio which aspires to genuine pathos.
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