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Scoring for 2 soprani, 2 horns, 2 oboes, strings & continuo.
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Wasn't it relatively rare (though not unknown) for male falsettists to be employed/asked for in 18th century vocal music when castrati (who did sound rather better- and the brutality involved did not weigh heavily on peoples' minds at the time, to the best of my knowledge) were available? I'm wondering about this claim in the Wikipedia article... - ES
(chorus assumed but not proven from any of the available information.)