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Orchestral Music in Salzburg, 1750–1780

Orchestral Music in Salzburg, 1750–1780
Edited by Cliff Eisen
C040
Orchestral Music in Salzburg, 1750–1780
Full Score (1994)
978-0-89579-287-7
9x12, xxiii + 118 pp.

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Rental Parts (1994)
Set of 8 parts: 0000 0000 33020

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Set of 15 parts: 0200 2000 33221

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Set of 13 parts: 0000 2000 33221

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Set of 17 parts: 0200 2200 33221

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Set of 11 parts: 0000 0000 33221

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Set of 15 parts: 0200 2000 33221

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Set of 12 parts: 0000 0200 timp 33021
Although sacred vocal music by Mozart's predecessors and contemporaries in Salzburg has been widely studied, symphonies and other orchestral works by many of these composers remain unknown. Yet the repertory of Salzburg symphonies represents the earliest orchestral music to which Mozart was exposed, and its influence can be seen not only among his earliest symphonies, composed in London, Paris, and Holland in 1764–66, but also among the numerous symphonies and serenades of the 1770s. This edition includes previously unavailable orchestral works by three generations of Salzburg composers: the court violoncellist Caspar Christelli (ca. 1706–66) and the court concertmaster Ferdinand Seidel (ca. 1700–73); vice-Kapellmeister Leopold Mozart (1719–87); and the court violinists Wenzel Helbelt (ca. 1736–69) and Joseph Hafeneder (1746–84).
Caspar Christelli, Symphony for two violins and violoncello
Johann Ernst Eberlin, Symphony for two violins, viola, and basso
Joseph Hafeneder, Symphony for two violins, viola, basso, two oboes, and two horns
Wenzel Hebelt, Symphony for two violins, viola, basso, and two horns
Leopold Mozart, Symphony for two violins, viola, basso, two oboes, two horns, and two trumpets ad libitum
Anton Ferdinand Paris, Symphony for two violins, viola, and basso
Georg Scheicher, Symphony for two violins, viola, basso, two oboes, and two horns
Ferdinand Seidl, Parthia for two violins, basso, two trumpets, and timpani
Robert N. Freeman, Notes, December 1995; David Wyn Jones, Music & Letters
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