Concerto per viola dŽamore
con 2 violini obbligati e basso / violoncello
|Author(s):||Pietro Nardini (1722-1793), [Karl] Michael Ritter von Esser (ca. 1737- ca. 1795)
Marianne Rônez-Kubitschek (Ed./Hrsg.)
€ 24.00 (incl. VAT, excl. postage & packaging)
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The present edition makes this charming three-movement Concerto in D Major for viola damore with two violins and bass in the pre-classical style accessible to the public for the first time. This concerto is characterized by sonorous melodies, its immediate catchiness, its liveliness and intrinsic playfulness and it represents a great enrichment in the literature for viola damore. The composer cannot be determined with certainty. Both the Italian violin virtuoso, Pietro Nardini, under whose name the work was found in the library of the Conservatorio Paganini in Genoa, as well as his German contemporary, [Karl] Michael Ritter von Esser, are considered the authors of this composition.