Antonio Capuzzi: String Quintet G Op.3/6

Books | String Quintet

Catalogue No: ED21232
Composer: Antonio Capuzzi
Format: Sheet Music | Score and Parts
It was in Madrid in 1771 that two composers simultaneously 'discovered' and invented the string quartet as new musical genre: Luigi Boccherini and Gaetano Brunetti. The string quartets by the Italian composer Antonio Capuzzi, on the other hand, probably are the only ones which were all created in Italy. Like Mozart's contributions to this genre, the Quintet in G major is scored for two violins, two violas and violoncello. Written in concertante form, the work lets all players have their musical say, offering both soloistic virtuoso figures and numerous melodic solos. The work shows Capuzzi's personal chamber music style, a real five-part setting which sometimes seems orchestral. A valuable addition to the quintet repertoire for strings – good playing and listening entertainment guaranteed!
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 07 September 2012
No of pages: 92
Language: English
Publisher: Schott Music
 

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