Antonio Salieri Concerto in C Major for Flute, Oboe and Orch

Antonio Salieri is recognized as one of the finest opera composers of his day. However, his purely instrumental output is much more scant, and it has been ardently ignored. The Concerto for flute, oboe, and orchestra in C major -- a work that the featured wind players would surely would have wanted -- remained unpublished for 188 years after its composition in 1774 (the same year that he was appointed, at age 24, as Kapellmeister of the Italian Opera in Vienna).


 VIDEO: Concerto for Flute, Oboe & Orchestra in C major - Antonio Salieri Flute Kristina Shestak Oboe Evgeniy Slabenjak Conduktor Ludmila Zhabinskaya

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