8 Overtures in 8 parts (Arne, Thomas Augustine)

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 Oboe (Flute) 1
#304587 - 0.55MB, 12 pp. -  10.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (1) - V/V/V - 163x

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 Oboe (Flute) 2
#304588 - 0.61MB, 12 pp. -  8.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (1) - V/V/V - 62x

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 Horn 1, 2 ; Trumpet 1, 2
#304589 - 0.30MB, 8 pp. -  8.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (1) - V/V/V - 140x

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 Violin I
#304583 - 0.90MB, 20 pp. -  8.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (1) - V/V/V - 185x

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 Violin II
#304584 - 0.83MB, 18 pp. -  8.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (1) - V/V/V - 66x

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 Viola
#304585 - 0.58MB, 14 pp. -  8.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (1) - V/V/V - 63x

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 Continuo
#304586 - 0.72MB, 18 pp. -  8.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (1) - V/V/V - 137x

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PMLP492819-Arne - Eight Overtures in 8 Parts -Hautboy I-.pdf
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First edition

Publisher Info.:

London: Printed for J. Walsh in Catharine Street, in the Strand, n.d. [1751]

Copyright:

Public Domain [tag/del]

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General Information

Work Title 8 Overtures in 8 parts
Alternative Title EIGHT OVERTURES in 8 Parts, Four for Violins, Hoboys, or German Flutes AND Four for Violins, French Horns, &c. with a Bass FOR THE VIOLONCELLO & HARPSICORD
Composer Arne, Thomas Augustine
Movements/Sections 8 Overtures
First Publication 1751
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 2 oboes (flutes), 2 horns (trumpets), strings, continuo


Misc. Comments

According to Grove Music, "Arne's sets of instrumental music are similarly diverse in style. In the Eight Overtures in 8 Parts (1751), nos.3 and 5 are italianate works in the fast–slow–fast pattern, while the others are broadly cast as French overtures, starting with an introduction in dotted rhythms and a fugue. Nos.3, 7 and 8 come from Henry and Emma (1749 setting), Comus and The Judgment of Paris respectively, though it is likely that they are all theatrical in origin."

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