Adagio & Allegro Fr Concerto I – Vln 5 – Vln 5

$15.00

Description

ADAGIO & ALLEGRO FOR 5 VIOLINS by Joseph Bodin de Boismortier (1689-1755) is edited by Joel Blahník. Boismortier was an innovator and the first French composer to use the word “Concerto” in his titles. He was an advocate for ensembles of like instruments (players are free of “unnecessary noise” from different instruments). His music is characterized by its tunefulness, simplicity and elegance. Players will discover its moderate virtuosity has originality of harmony, texture and rhythm. “Adagio and Allegro” are taken from his Opus 15 composed in 1727. These two movements are favorites. Beautiful music with great vitality! Excellent literature! Violin Quintet. Grade: 4 Duration: 4:50

Additional information

Catalog #

AP-00466

Voicing

Composers

Arrangers

Release Date

Difficulty

Publisher

Status

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Adagio & Allegro Fr Concerto I – Vln 5 – Vln 5”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *