Tomaso Albinoni

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Albinoni, Tomaso

(älbēnô`nē), 1671–1751, Italian violinist and composer. He wrote more than 50 operas, 40 cantatas, and instrumental works of many kinds. His orchestral music was admired by Bach, who used several of Albinoni's themes in his own compositions. Albinoni's surviving works include violin concertos, trio sonatas, and oboe concertos.
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The program includes Heidi Cruz's The Glistening, to Jazzanova's "Hanazono"; Salim ("Slam") Gauwloos's Spring, to Tommaso Albinoni; Deborah Lohse's Enveloped, to Radiohead; Kathryn Posin's Thou Shalt Dwell With Me, to James MacMillan; Tracy Present's They still live on, to Karl Jenkins; a work by Davis Robertson; and a solo by Robert Sher-Machherndl, to Arvo Part.
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