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Pietro Locatelli: 6 Introduzioni teatrali op. 4/1-6 Vol. 1: String Orchestra

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COMPOSER: Pietro Locatelli
PUBLISHER: Ernst Eulenburg u. Co.
PRODUCT FORMAT: Study Score
At first glance, the Introduzioni appear to be lively three-movement works with a standardized order of movements and harmonic order: fast - slow - fast, major - minor - major. With regard to style, the short symphonies resemble the Neapolitan opera buffa, the descriptive title Introduzioni implying
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Composer Pietro Locatelli
Publisher Ernst Eulenburg u. Co.
Product Format Study Score
Year of Publication 2008
StylePeriodView Description Baroque
Style Baroque
ISBN 9783795764630
ISMN 9790200224795
Instrumentation String Orchestra
No. SCHETP1847
Number of pages 116
Series Eulenburg Miniature Scores
Editor Anna Cattoretti
Description
At first glance, the Introduzioni appear to be lively three-movement works with a standardized order of movements and harmonic order: fast - slow - fast, major - minor - major. With regard to style, the short symphonies resemble the Neapolitan opera buffa, the descriptive title Introduzioni implying the function, the introduction to stage works.With his 6 Introduzioni teatrali, composed in 1735, the talented Italian violinist and composer Pietro Antonio Locatelli who had lived in Amsterdam since 1729 perhaps paid tribute to the great demand on the part of the Dutch amateur orchestras. But were the master and his oeuvre actually as well adjusted as it seems?Locatelli's works werewell known throughout Europe until the end of the 18th century, although the composer led a very secluded life. He had no students and never performed in public. In his adopted city Amsterdam he worked freely, without being controlled by the church or the court. An unusual lifestyle for an 18th-century composer – and also an unusual composition?
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