Su l'incudine sonora (Ristori, Giovanni Alberto)

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Sinfonia

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General Information

Work Title Su l'incudine sonora
Alternative. Title Componimento per musica da cantarsi in Varsavia il felicissimo Giorno del Nome della Maestà del Ré
Composer Ristori, Giovanni Alberto
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1736
First Performance. 1736-03-05
Librettist Pallavicini
Language Italian
Dedication Name-day of August (Friedrich) III of Poland
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation Vocal - soloists (SAAT), choir (SATB)
Orchestra - 2 flutes, oboes, 2 horns, strings, continuo


Misc. Comments

The King's name-day was celebrated both on 3 August (for 'August') and 5 March (for 'Friedrich'); the latter date is specified in the manuscript of the Sinfonia above (IMSLP #76000).

In the aria "Ozio che remora" the oboes are instructed to be muted ("Oboe serrato", "Oboe sordo").