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Sammartini, Giovanni Battista (1700 - 1775)

Concerto per Flauto traversiere, 2 Violini, Viola e Basso [GroF 804]
Sample Score

The “Concerto” has the following opus catalogue references: GroF 804, JenS 71A. The source is a ms. of five separate parts available online at the digital library BLB, Karlsruhe (Mus. Hs. 780).

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Concertino in Do maggiore per Flauto traversiere, 2 Violini e Violoncello [Grof 807]
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The “Concertino” has the following opus catalogue references: GroF 807, BeiH deest, FarinaS 2004 3. The main source is an autograph ms. of the score (with no date) available online at the digital library BLB, Karlsruhe (Mus. Hs. 795). A second source at the same library (Mus. Hs. 785) is a ms. of separate parts.

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Concertino in Sol maggiore per Flauto traversiere, 2 Violini e Violoncello [GroF 809]
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The “Concertino” has the following opus catalogue references: GroF 809, BeiH deest, FarinaS 2004 11. The source is an autograph ms. of the score (with the date October 1750) available online at the digital library BLB, Karlsruhe (Mus. Hs. 795). The last page of the score includes the script: “Questi concertini devon’eseguirsi con solamente quatro Stromenti, cioè, un Flauto Traversier, due Violini, mà che suonano di buon gusto, come pure un Violoncello. La Flutta deve sempre suonare col P.mo
Violino, essendo quella la parte principale; con di più li soli che sono qui notati: s’averte che li Violini devon suonare con tutta la maggior discrezione acciò la Flutta debba sentirsi distintamente, e così anche deve suonare il Violoncello.”;

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Concertino per Flauto traversiere, 2 Violini e Basso, GroF 805 (1745)
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The source is a ms. of four separate parts available online at the digital library BLB, Karlsruhe.

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Sinfonia dall'Opera "Memet" per Oboi, Archi e Basso [1732]
Sample Score

The sources are: a ms. of six separate parts and a ms. of a four parts score, both erroneously attributed to the theorbist Francesco Conti. Both mss. come from SLUB, Dresden.

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Sinfonia in La maggiore con Flauti, Oboi, archi e Basso [JenS 65]
Sample Score

Source is ms Mus. 2954-N-4, SLUB Dresden, Digitale Bibliothek. It has been attributed to Giovanni Battista Sammartini as JenS 65.

Version 1.0 with a revised editorial format.