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Antonio Rosetti

Antonio Rosetti was born as František Antonin Rössler. He took his professional italian name (little roses) after the coat of arms of his family. Although he was educated as priest, he turned to a career in music soon and became double bass player for the Oettingen-Wallerstein Court in 1773. (He is supposed to be the double bass player on the well-known Harmoniemusik silhouette.)

Rosetti was a famous musician and very much in demand. He wrote an extensive oeuvre, primarily in the realm of orchestral and chamber music.

His work for winds are an important contribution to the Harmoniemusik repertoir.

PARTHIA IN D (1784) (K.II, 14)
TWEC: FAR-5
2fl 2ob cl 2bn 2hn cb
Mvmts
I. Grave-Vivace, II. Menuetto moderato, III. Romance- (IV.)Rondo,
Perf. Time
ca 12’
Level
easy
Description
a small symphony

 

Rosetti, Antonio 
Parthia in D (1784) (K.II, 14)
F.E. 0207/06 score and parts
2fl 2ob cl 2bn 2hn cb
€ 35.-


PARTHIA IN D (ca 1780) (K.II, 11)
TWEC: FAR-4
2fl 2ob 2cl 2bn 2hn cb
Mvmts
I. Adagio-Allegro Molto, II. Menuetto moderato, III. Andante, IV. Rondo-Allegretto
Perf. Time
ca 14’
Level
easy
Description
a small symphony

 

Rosetti, Antonio
Parthia in D (K.II, 11) 
F.E. 0205/04 score and parts
2fl 2ob 2cl 2bn 2hn cb
€ 35.-
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