Albinoni


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Albinoni

Tomaso (to'ma:zo). 1671--1750, Italian composer and violinist. He wrote concertos and over 50 operas
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Nao houve diferencas entre os escores do grupo de Mozart e Albinoni quando expostos ao silencio; porem, quando expostos a musica, o grupo que ouviu a sonata de Mozart apresentou desempenho expressivamente melhor (Thompson et al.
The man who made the music was Italian composer Tomaso Albinoni.
Adagio by Tomaso Albinoni, arranged for horn and organ.
They spun out movie themes, Beatles hits, rock favorites, as well as versions of Vivaldi, Samuel Barber and Albinoni, and assorted other riffs on classical composers.
May or September are the ideal times for visiting, and sitting in the Campo San Barnaba sipping coffee, it is easy to imagine Albinoni crossing the square from his house nearby.
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Por ello -y para honrar debidamente la memoria de los muertos- Smailovic saco su viejo chelo a la calle y, durante los siguientes 22 dias toco el Adagio de Albinoni en las inmediaciones del mercado.
The Avison Ensemble's principal wind players play virtuosic concerti from across Europe by Blavet, Albinoni, Fasch and Hargrave and the ensemble tackles dazzling string symphonies by Bach.
Other composers featured in this enthusiastically attended concert included Respighi, Albinoni and Mendelssohn, as well as Rossini, whose String Sonata in C major proved an utter delight.
The solo concerto gradually emerged from a whole range of sources to crystallise around 1700 in the music of Tommaso Albinoni, among others.
And then there are musical geniuses like Vivaldi, Albinoni and Monteverdi, the father of modern opera.