Easy Classical Masterworks for Oboe: Music of Bach,

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Texts and English translations are included, but the sleeve notes by Michael Talbot have been omitted. What are some other composers that had the same style of music? The ordering and structure of these materials is guided by ritornello form. In 1713, Vivaldi was given a month's leave from the Ospedale della Pietà in order to stage his first opera, Ottone in villa, in Vicenza. A rearrangement of the second movement of his "String Quartet In B Minor," this somber piece says "mourning."

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