Francesco Geminiani made a good living working in England. He composed two sets of six concerto grosso Opus 2 and Opus 3 in 1732 for a series of subscription concerts. There is a violin 3 part in lieu of the viola part available. ?

Geminiani published his Concerti Grossi Opus 2 and 3 in 1732 while teaching and performing in London. ?The Concero Grosso Op.3 No.3 starts with an Adagio intro leading in to a contrapuntal Allegro. Geminiani Concerto Grosso in E minor.sib


I can't find anything out about Ernest Gillet, so if anybody can tell me something that would be great... Here is a lovely Tarentelle for cello and piano ?

Giordani's Caro Mio Ben is a very popular Italian aria which many vocal students learn early on in their studies.

This aria is taken from the opera "Iphigenie on Tauris" by Gluck.

The Dance of the Blessed Spirits is form <em>Orfeo ed Euridice</em> is one of many fine tunes. ?

<em>Orfeo ed Euridice</em> is the first of Gluck's "reform" operas, in which he attempted to replace the abstruse plots and overly complex music of <em>opera seria</em> with a "noble simplicity" in both the music and the drama. ? ...

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The son of a small farmer, Gossec was born at the village of Vergnies, in Hainaut, then French, now Belgian. Showing an early taste for music, he became a choir-boy in Antwerp. He went to Paris in 1751 and was taken on by the great composer, Jean-Philippe ...

It was composed by Charles Gounod in 1859 and based on the harmony and texture of J.S.Bach's Prelude No.1 in C Major from Well-Tempered Clavier Book I (BWV 846). ?

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These Arias is the fifth?movement of a ten movement Suite for 2 Oboes, 2 Bassoons and Strings. ?With a little rejigging I've arranged it for String Orchestra. ? I have to say that I don't know a great deal of music by Graun but after a little bit of resea ...