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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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"Albinoni Adagio" has been a part of several movie soundtracks including, most recently, "Manchester by the Sea."
These include: the joyful compositions and Brazilian percussion of Journey to the Amazon; Isbin's solo work, Dreams of a World, with 20 tracks that prove she can play anything; Vivaldi; Bach; Albinoni: Guitar Concertos, featuring Baroque favorites with orchestral accompaniment by the Zurich Chamber Orchestra; Rodrigo; Villa-Lobos; Ponce: Guitar Concertos with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra; and Tan Dun; Rouse: Guitar Concertos with Muhai Tang and the Gulbenkian Orchestra.
Another ESO star, oboist Graeme Adams, will be the soloist for Albinoni's Oboe Concerto in D minor.
Vedran Smajlovic, a cellist who gained world recognition after a photograph showed him playing in Vijecnica's ruins just days after its destruction, was due to play Albinoni's Adagio again.
The duo's memorable encore was Tomaso Albinoni's "Adagio," for which Leleu played a flugelhorn from the front of the church while Leroy remained at the organ console in the back.
Tras su muerte (13 de marzo de 2007), su legataria, Maria Teresa Salinas Diaz, descubre tres colecciones de teatro breve: Nosotros, vosotras, ellas (17 textos); Campos de juego (10 textos); y Santas, virgenes y martires (9 textos); ademas de otras 9 piezas concebidas de manera independiente: Por que a mi me toco ser yo, Un cortado chico, Trapecistas en las red, Que vello es vivir [sic], Historia de nadie/ La puneta, Desconcierto de Albinoni, El jardin recuperado, Entre las voces, una, y La travesia.
The programme will open with three Baroque works by Vivaldi, Albinoni and Bach.
(8) William Winrowe, an English blacksmith turned clockmaker, installed a complex organ clock in St Petersburg in 1743 with two keyboards and fitted with two barrels which played 'twelve of the most beautiful and complex concertos' by Handel, Corelli, and Albinoni, A little figure reminiscent of Handel silently conducted each piece.
The pieces of music were a Mozart sonata (a pleasant and energetic piece) for some participants and an Albinoni Adagio (a slow, sad piece) for others.