Flute Concerto in G minor (Lucchesini, Giacomo de)

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Fynnjamin (2011/7/27)

Copyist Johann Georg Pisendel (1687–1755)
Publisher. Info. Manuscript, n.d. (1742-1755)
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RISM 212003211
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Publisher. Info. Manuscript, n.d.[1742].
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Misc. Notes Parts for the Kram Edition posted on the Scores tab. Zipped them up. One reader had issues with the PDF Creator output that may or may not be related to the page size created (US 8 x 11). I can create other sizes if requested. Note that most dynamics and phrasings are my edits. Use them if you wish. the original only had a few dynamic marking in the last movement and there were no phase markings, though most of the trills and embellishments are as in the original.
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General Information

Work Title Flute Concerto in G minor
Alternative. Title
Composer Lucchesini, Giacomo de
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. GroF 1204
Key G minor
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation flute, strings, continuo


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About the Kram Edition

Not much I can find on Count Giacomo de Lucchesini other than he was a member of Lorenz Christoph Mizler's "Korrespondierenden Sozietät der Musicalischen Wissenschaften" (J.S. Bach was one of its 19 total members). Lucchesini appears to be an amateur composer. Lots of doublings that could have been better filled in, some harmonies that are a bit questionable, but otherwise a very nice piece. I was tempted to rearrange it to fix some of the issues, but I left it more or less alone. Added a simple continuo (there were no figures). Also added tempo, dynamics (the original had a few) and phrasings that you can use or not. Wrote out most of the embellishments as well (the trills are pretty much as in the original - baroque purists feel free to look at the original if you want to embellish differently). This is not intended to be a critical edition. See parts tab for full set of zipped up parts.