Sebben crudele (Kram, Richard)

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For Oboe and Piano (Kram)

 Synthesized performance
#247213 - 2.69MB - 2:56 -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0) - - !N/!N/!N - 211x

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Richard Kram (2012/8/19)

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Richard Kram

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Richard Kram

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Voice and Piano

 Complete Score
#247211 - 0.11MB, 5 pp. -  9.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (2) - !N/!N/!N - 2543x

PDF typeset by Richard Kram
Richard Kram (2012/8/19)

PMLP400863-Kram Sebben crudele PV.pdf
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Richard Kram

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Can also work as an oboe solo

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For Oboe and Piano (Kram)

 Complete Score
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PDF typeset by Richard Kram
Richard Kram (2012/8/19)

PMLP400863-Kram Sebben crudele Oboe.pdf
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Richard Kram

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General Information

Work Title Sebben crudele
Alternative Title
Composer Kram, Richard
Key F major
Movements/Sections 1
Year/Date of Composition 2012
First Publication 2012
Librettist Anon
Language Italian
Dedication To Antonio (1670-1736) & Christoph (1683-1760)
Average Duration 3 minutes
Piece Style Modern
Instrumentation Mezzo-soprano and Piano


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About the Piece

After doing a bit of work making an edition of two arias from Christoph Graupner's opera/pastorale "La costanza vince l'inganno", "Sebben crudele" in particular, I just got a hankering to set this short text (author anonymous) myself in a Neo-Baroque, yet quite obviously modern setting. Antonio Caldara also set this opera and his version of "Sebben crudele" is quite well known and often performed. Unfortunately, after 300 years, Graupner's version is for all intents and purposes still unknown (though I posted the typeset version on the Graupner page to hopefully change that). So now the world has at least three versions of "Sebben, crudele" to choose from.

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