Corelli - Christmas Concerto Op 6 No. 8, Pastorale sheet music for 2-Trumpets-Trombone
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About 'Christmas Concerto Op 6 No. 8, Pastorale'
|Artist:||Corelli, A. (biography) (sheet music)|
|Born:||1653 , Fusignano, nr Milan|
|Died:||1713 , Rome|
|The Artist:||Italian viruoso violinist and composer. Particularly important for his sonatas da camera and concerti grossi which influenced Bach and Handel.|
oncerto grosso in G minor, Op. 6, No. 8, by Arcangelo Corelli, known commonly as the Christmas Concerto, was commissioned by Cardinal Pietro Ottoboni and published posthumously in 1714 as part of his Twelve concerti grossi, Op. 6. The concerto bears the inscription Fatto per la notte di Natale ("Made for the night of Christmas"). It was composed around 1690, since there is a record of Corelli having that year performed a Christmas concerto for the enjoyment of his then-new patron. The concerto is scored for an ensemble consisting of two concertino violins and cello, ripieno strings and continuo. The work is structured as a concerto da chiesa, in this case expanded from a typical four movement structure to six.
|Time Signature:||12/8 (View more 12/8 Music)|
|Score Key:||F major (Sounding Pitch) G major (Trumpet in Bb) (View more F major Music for 2-Trumpets-Trombone )|
|Number of Pages:||2|
|Difficulty:||Intermediate Level: Recommended for Intermediate Level players|
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|"28 Preludes for Recorder Solo in melodic progression from works by A. Corelli, J.S. Bach, G.Ph. Telemann" By Giorgio Pacchioni. 40 pages. Published by Ut Orpheus|