This Baroque composition is best described by the title of its third movement: "Very Happy" Allegro assai. It is full of musical contrast and everyone gets to play an interesting part. The first violins explore some easy 3rd position, and the viola, cello, and bass players will love their non-stop parts with a few accidentals to keep them on their toes. Todd Parrish. Christina Hans. Tim McCarrick.
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This page is only for complete editions and multiple selections from the collection here. Concertos ; For strings, continuo ; Scores featuring string ensemble ; Scores with basso continuo ; For strings with continuo ; For 2 violins, 2 violas, continuo ; Scores featuring the violin ; Scores featuring the viola ; For 4 players with continuo ; For 2 violins, 2 violas, cello ; Scores featuring the cello ; For 5 players ; For orchestra arr ; Scores featuring the orchestra arr.
Added oboe parts. Additional 2nd movement likely composed by Pisendel Schrank II coll. Full SLUB resolution jpgs. Partially Arranger's manuscript, with Johann Gottfried Grundig. Albinoni, Tomaso.
12 Concerti a cinque (Albinoni)
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 based on a fragment by Albinoni. These are perhaps his most recognizable works. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Albinoni: 12 Concerti a cinque, Op. 5
12 Concerti a cinque, Op.5 (Albinoni, Tomaso)