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Oboe Concerto in C Minor, Alessandro Marcello

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Danielle Kunis

on 6 May 2014

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Transcript of Oboe Concerto in C Minor, Alessandro Marcello

Baroque ornamentation
Trills: they begin on the note above
Qualities required in the Marcello
Guitar, posesses some dynamics but not to the capacity of the oboe
Albrecht Mayer
The oboe
the qualities all reflect the nature of this piece
Oboe Concerto in C Minor, Alessandro Marcello
composed in 1717
written for orchestra and solo oboe
consists of three movements
Allegro moderato
Allessandro Marcello composed concerto in D minor
Benedetto Marcello transcribed it to C minor which is now more commonly performed
Bach even transcribed it for harpsichord
Brief History
Turns: consisting of note, note above, note, note below, note
Principal Oboe to Berlin Philharmonic
Playing concerto in D minor
Dynamic range
Ornamentation & Breath Support
Performance qualities of other instruments and recordings
Trumpet, possess timbre but the ornamentation is mechanical rather than lyrical sounding
Flute, expresses lyrical ornamentation but the timbre is not the same.
All ornaments supported by breath are lyrical
timbre is unique to the oboe
Dynamic range is large
Vibrato is dramatic and adds intensity

Spotify trumpet and Guitar examples of marcello mvt II
In conclusion
this piece is best suited for the instrument it was originally intended for
The varying interpretation of a baroque piece allows for changes in ornamentation
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