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||Includes keyboard reduction for rehearsal.
⇒ 16 more: Oboe 1 • Oboe 2 • Clarinet 1 (B♭) • Clarinet 2 (B♭) • Bassoon 1 • Bassoon 2 • Horn 1 (B♭ • Horn 2 (B♭ • Horn 1 (F, transposed) • Horn 2 (F, transposed) • Timpani (B♭, F) • Violins I • Violins II • Violas • Cellos • Basses
||Il Ratto impedito
||Il Ratto impedito. Terzetto d' Antonio Ganganelli
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||Antonio Ganganelli (fl.1806-1810)
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||Vocal: soprano, tenor, bass|
Orchestra: flute, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets (B♭), 2 bassoons
2 horns (B♭), timpani, strings
Antonio Ganganelli is not to be confused with Pope Clement XIV (1705-1774). We don't know the birth- and death- dates of Antonio Ganganelli, poet of Gerson's G.59. But we do know that he was living as an Italian- and Latin- teacher in Hamburg 1803-1812. From his preface to an anthology of Italian poetry published in Hamburg 1810 we know that he was a member of the Florentine Academy and of the Accademia degli Arcadi in Rome.