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Pastorale from Concerto grosso op. 6 nr. 8

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Uploaded by: sanden (01/04/15)
Composer: Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713)
Sample Producer: Augustine's Virtual Organs
Sample Set: Eule organ of Szombathely
Software: Hauptwerk
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The Christmas Concerto in G minor is the eighth of the twelve major concerts consist
of Arcangelo Corelli and published posthumously, in 1714, as op. 6.

The style is that of the concerts by big
church (the first eight of the collection)
and is structured in six movements,
ending the last movement with the characteristic "PASTORALE" ad libitum.

The workforce is typical of the big Corellian concerts, with a concertino consisting of two violins and cello and a filling in four parts (two violins, viola and basso continuo).

The key issues are those baroque as "surprise and move" and is the function of the first practical polyphonic and monophonic second practice.

This concert, and in general the whole production of Corelli, will affect the entire European music of the eighteenth century
and especially Antonio Vivaldi and Handel, which in turn will be a reference point for
all the classical composers and schools
Italian, French and German at follow back.
Performance: Live
Recorded in: Stereo
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