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Albinoni Concerto 4 mov.1



 Genre: Baroque

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Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni, June 8, 1671, Venice, Republic of Venice – January 17, 1751. While famous in his day as an opera composer, he is mainly remembered today for his instrumental music, some of which is regularly recorded. The "Adagio in G minor" attributed to him (claimed to be a later reconstruction) is one of the most frequently recorded pieces of Baroque music. He considered himself a dilettante.

Photograph: Teatro La Fenice Venice, Italy
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davisamerica said 3709 days ago (February 22nd, 2009)
ahemm .....
I am no expert on the above subject but I know quality when I hear it and this is pretty amazing. Your instruments have put me in the middle of a great hall and listening with awe to a master performance ... long / short ... hats off ... impressive
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richard13 said 3709 days ago (February 22nd, 2009)
Oh goody, I said to myself
another MidiOrleans classical piece, and by Albinoni at that. Thank you Scotty: always a treat.
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Bowman said 3709 days ago (February 22nd, 2009)
Unsung Baroque master
Albinoni is one of those unsung Baroque masters who are all but forgotten today. But I always perk up when I hear something by him on the radio and he as you, rarely if ever fails to please.
Another outstanding recreation for us Scotty.
I feel that I'm right in that hall at the start of a warm and marvelous concert.
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Mystified said 3709 days ago (February 22nd, 2009)
thank you!
So happy that you produce and post these wonderful compositions!

Thank you :)
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magnatone said 3709 days ago (February 22nd, 2009)
Albinoni rocks
i just can NOT get over how you do these M.O.! The second i saw this song pop up on the music page, i knew i was in for a treat - and as always - you didn't disappointmet me. Amazing, exceptional, and you're always blowing my alleged mind. Thanks for another great ride!
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MidiOrleans said 3709 days ago (February 22nd, 2009)
Thank you all
Thanks for all of the warm words. I am fascinated and often astonished
with the technology now for music that many of us never dreamed possible.
Meanwhile, Albinoni has become an all time favorite of mine and I hope many others.

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LunaTrick said 3709 days ago (February 22nd, 2009)
Tremendous rendition... wonderful crisp metre... so many people slow Albinoni down to romantic sludge! Bravo!
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thetiler said 3708 days ago (February 22nd, 2009)
So inspiring
love the pic as well !

Another gem ! Love the counterpoint between the bass and the violins. And the list goes on !
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Feter said 3708 days ago (February 23rd, 2009)
Albinoni Concerto 4 mov.1
O yeah ...I know Albinoni is a real fav composer to me influenced me and too
many with his adagio in G minor ...very themetic with his passages ..wonderful
arrangement and panning ...awesome ....hmmm I see you made the cello at the
right speak ;-) I remember someone told me to puts it in the middle ...but
this is too right as I m like looking at the orchetra ifront of me ...thnx
alot for sharing such gem !!!!
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Cori Ander said 3708 days ago (February 23rd, 2009)
.. fantastic .. magnificent .. as so often before you've made it with a most delicate touch.

And so close to real! Is that Amadeus II producing these marvellous sounds?
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Elevator_Funk said 3708 days ago (February 23rd, 2009)
As usual, excellent piece. Thanks
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kristyjo said 3706 days ago (February 24th, 2009)
Light and Lovely
This is done with a dancelike lilt - I love it! You always realize these pieces with such musicality and realism that I envy. Thank you for uploading these pieces for us to listen to during these last, plodding days of winter.
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Cameron said 3705 days ago (February 25th, 2009)
It has been a while since I have listened to one of your submissions (apologies!)

What always sticks in my mind about your music here is that it is meticulously produced; you take great care with each and every note. This is especially impressive given the intrinsically "cold" nature of synthesized sounds -- you manage to bring them to life, bring them warmth.

Please forgive my ignorance -- what are the string sounds? Amadeus II? They do not sound like the JamPacks. Whatever they are, you have brought a great deal of realism to them.
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JDV3 said 340 days ago (May 15th, 2018)
Very Nice
In searching this site it is refreshing to find a light classical piece with an interesting counter point. Thank you Scotty.
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