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- Adagio from c minor Concerto - easy version Sheet Music by Alessandro Marcello!
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Marcello Oboe Concerto in C Minor
Performers Accordion Orchestra Avanti. Performers Tim Ko piano.
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Performer Pages Constantin Stephan piano. These file s are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection.
About 'BWV 974 - Adagio (Bach/Marcello)'
In Johann Bernhard's son Johann Ernst wrote a title page for this collection, suggesting that the collection contained Vivaldi arrangements for organ exclusively. He may have intended this title page for the first concerto in the collection only which was indeed an arrangement of a Vivaldi concerto , but an unknown hand later added the number "XII" before the title, thus causing the misunderstanding that all 12 were Vivaldi arrangements. Bach as the arranger. That copy, specifying harpsichord as the intended instrument for the arrangement, originated after Johann Bernhard's, but may have been copied from an earlier stage of Bach's arrangement.
The ornamentation as indicated in Bach's keyboard version of the concerto works well on harpsichord, but is less suitable for performance on an early 18th-century oboe. Nonetheless Bach's ornamentation has been used for 20th-century publications of the oboe concerto — the ornamentation causes fewer problems when performed on a modern oboe. This manuscript writes the composer's name as "Marcello" without specifying a first name: as Alessandro's brother Benedetto was far better known as a composer by the name Marcello, later generations would interpret the title of the manuscript as referring to the better known of the "Marcello" composers.