Contents: I. Grave; Allegro e con imperio -- II. Grave -- III. Allegro. With a preface and suggestions for performance. This work for orchestra features guitar. It is the only guitar work by Boccherini for which an autograph survives.
Sinfonias and concerti by these two composers. Eric Höbarth conducts Stefano Veggetti and Ensemble Cordia.
Contents: Symphonies Nos. 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, and 20. Performed by the Neues Berliner Kammerorchester.
With preface and editorial comments in German and English. Chronological thematic index of the symphonies.
Three discs of music by Boccherini. Performed by Trio Arcophon and I Filarmonici di Bologna.
Boccherini composed this symphony in 1792, while in the employ of the Prussian court. This edition includes a preface and critical notes in German and English.
Written shortly after Boccherini's arrival in Barcelona, this symphony was pub lished as a "Concerto a piu stromenti concertanti", with solo parts for two violins and violoncello.
This symphony was composed in 1771, for Boccherini's patron, Don Luis of Spain. This edition includes a preface and critical notes in German and English.
This disc contains symphonic transcriptions by Stokowski of ten works by Bach, as well as of music by Palestrina, Byrd, Boccherini, Haydn, and others. Jose Serebrier conducts the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.
Contents: 1. Quattro versioni originali della Ritrata Notturna di Madrid di L. Boccherini -- 2. Calmo -- 3. Sinfonia. With mezzo-soprano Virpi Räisänen. Hannu Lintu conducts the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra. Hybrid SACD.
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Boccherini composed this work in 1790. Although clearly an overture, it was originally published as a symphony. This edition includes a preface and critical notes.
This three-movement symphony is scored for oboe or flute, bassoon, horn and strings. With a general preface, and a critical commentary (in German only).
With preface and editorial notes by Antonio de Almeida. Parts are available separately.
With preface and editorial comments in German and English. Set of parts available separately for $64.05.
Written in 1787 for the Prussian court. Preface, editorial comments.
From a set (nos. 3-8) written in 1771 for his patron Don Luis, Infant of Spain Preface, editorial comments.
Contents: Allegro spiritoso -- Minuetto -- Andante -- Finale. With a preface in German and English. This is a reprint of a Ricordi edition edited by Riccardo Allorto.