A complete thematic catalog of the music of the important Italian baroque composer and violinist Torelli. With an introduction, bibliography and indices.
Trio Rippas performs music by Vivaldi, Jacchini, Manfredini, Franceschini, Aldrovandini, Scarlatti, Gabrielli, Walther, and Torelli.
Three ballets by choreographer Kylian, with music by Mozart, Torelli, and Dirk Haubrich.
Les Violons du Roy play music by Charpentier, Corelli, Lalande, Pez, Sammartini, and Torelli.
The ensemble Virtuosi Saxoniae performs music by Telemann, Fasch, Torelli, Hummel, and others. Conducted by Ludwig Güttler.
Cecocho performs music for trumpet by Purcell, Corelli, Telemann, Torelli and Handel. With the Wroclaw Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra.
The ensemble Les Boreades performs music by Alessandro Scarlatti, Tomaso Albinoni, Antonio Vivaldi, and Giuseppe Torelli. Conducted by Francis Colpron.
A collection of great tracks from albums of trumpeter Balsom. Includes music by Bach, Torelli, Handel, and others.
This work is a four-movement sonata de chiesa, in the standard slow-fast- slow-fast form. The manuscript is the only work by Torelli in the Schönborn-Wiesentheid collection. With an introduction.
Includes seven concertos after Vivaldi, Benedetto Marcello, Giuseppe Torelli, Johann E. Prince of Sachsen-Weimar and others. Edited and with preface by Karl Heller. Two facsimile plates.
This volume contains arrangements for trumpet duet of thirteen pieces by Corelli, Telemann, Torelli, Purcell, Handel, Leopold Mozart, Fasch, Hertel, and Bach. With a preface.
With preface by the editor.
In three movements. With editor's notes. This work was composed for natural trumpet. It was probably written for trumpeter Giovanni Pellegrino Brandi, and most likely performed on feast days in the San Petronio Basilica. This edition does not include a realization of the continuo.
In three movements. With editor's notes. This is the first edition of this work, which survives in a manuscript held in the Saxon State and University Library, Dresden. This edition does not include a realization of the continuo.
In three movements. With editorial notes. This is the first edition of this work, which survives in a manuscript held in the Saxon State and University Library in Dresden. This edition does not include a realization of the continuo part.