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Giazotto, Remo. Adagio, string orchestra, G minor; arranged


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    • Giazotto, Remo.
    • Adagio, string orchestra, G minor; arranged
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  • Variants

    • Albinoni, Tomaso, 1671-1750. Adagios, guitar, A minor
    • Albinoni, Tomaso, 1671-1750. Adagios, guitar, G minor
    • Albinoni, Tomaso, 1671-1750. Adagios, piano, G minor
    • Albinoni, Tomaso, 1671-1750. Adagios, recorder, cello, continuo, G minor
    • Albinoni, Tomaso, 1671-1750. Adagios, trumpet, organ, G minor
    • Albinoni, Tomaso, 1671-1750. Adagios, violin, piano, G minor
    • Albinoni, Tomaso, 1671-1750. Adagios, voice, piano, D minor
    • Albinoni, Tomaso, 1671-1750. Berühmtes Adagio
    • Albinoni, Tomaso, 1671-1750. Celebre adagio
    • Giazotto, Remo. Adagio, string orchestra, G minor; arr.
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    • Giazotto, Remo. Adagio, string orchestra, G minor; arr.
  • Sources

    • found: His Adagio, c1988:t.p. (d'après adagio per archi ed organo de T. Albinoni; actually arr. for wordless voice and piano and transposed to D minor)
    • found: LC data base, 5-13-93(hdg.: Albinoni, Tomaso, 1671-1750. Trio sonatas, violins, continuo, G minor. Adagio; arr.)
    • found: Grovemusic.com WWW site, Feb. 28,2005(under article for Giazotti, Remo: "His [Giazotto's] elaboration of a fragment supposedly from one of Albinoni's sonatas has become famous as 'Albinoni's Adagio'")
    • found: Talbot, M. Tomaso Albinoni, 1990:Preface ("Asked to identify the composition by Albinoni that first sprang to mind, most music-lovers would probably name the Adagio in G minor for strings and organ, a piece originally published in 1938 [i.e. 1958] and ever since a mainstay of record catalogues and chamber orchestra programmes. This is ironic, for the piece's actual composer, the musicologist and Albinoni scholar Remo Giazotto, has never claimed that the Adagio is based on more than a tiny original fragment; moreover, the existence of even that fragment has frequently been doubted since all efforts to trace it have failed.")
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