Symphony No.1 in D major (Marescalchi, Luigi)
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Venice: Luigi Marescalchi, n.d. (between 1770 and 1775).
Title appears on viola part. Page 2 includes listing of music published by Marescalchi in Venice, who was a publisher there from about 1770 to 1775.
|Work Title||Symphony no.1 in D major|
|Alternative Title||Sinfonia a più stromenti obbligati (No.1)|
|First Publication||1770-75 ca.|
|Composer Time Period||Classical|
|Instrumentation||oboe, horns, violins, viola, cello, bass|
This work is unrecorded in New Grove. Eitner records the existence of a manuscript of the work in the Conservatory in Milan. No published editions appear in RISM, but SBN lists a publication by A.P.D.R. of Paris (@ Bergamo's library Angelo Mai.)
This is his first symphony; Worldcat lists a second published in the mid-1780s (though SBN notes that the premiere of that work, too, was in Carnevale 1774 according to its title page. See also RISM M 618.)