1. Giovanni Battista Pergolesi / John Barbirolli
      CONCERTO for oboe and piano
      Goodmusic GM076

      Product Image View Score

      This transcription was originally made and intended for oboe, but is also playable by flute in which case the 8va markings and the ossia at the end of the last movement should be used.
      The sources of the themes used in the Concerto are: Movement 1) Stabat Mater, 2) & 4) Twelve Sonatas for two violins and bass, and 3) Song "Se tu m’ami".*
      This edition was originally published in 1937 by Oxford University Press. This new edition has been re-typeset but is otherwise unchanged.
      The orchestral score and parts are also available - see catalogue number GMCA020 (where you can also hear the Concerto).
      Pergolesi was born in Iesi, Italy and studied there under a local musician before going to Naples in 1725 where he studied under Gaetano Greco and Francesco Feo. He was an important early composer of opera as well as writing sacred choral works and secular instrumental works. He died of tuberculosis at the age of 26.

      *There is now some doubt as to whether the song "Se tu m’ami" was actually written by Pergolesi and it is now more often attributed to Alessandro Parisotti (1853-1913).
      Duration 12 minutes

      Audio Sample

      Click the play button below to hear a performance which has been computer-generated from the score.

      Showing results 1 to 1 of 1

      Giovanni Baptista Pergolesi - Concerto for Oboe (Barbirolli) (Oboe and piano)

      Catalogue Number: GM076      9790222283633      

      Price: £6.00

      Page: 1 | 1
    2. Refine Your Search

      Filter music for instrument:

      Your account

      Please login to view your account


      Popular now