Albinoni - Adagio sheet music
 

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 Title: Adagio  
  Artist Name: Albinoni, Tomaso 
 Instrument: String Quartet 
 Style: Classical Funerals
  Difficulty: difficulty level 3  
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Adagio



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About 'Adagio '

Artist: Albinoni, Tomaso (biography)
Born:June 14, 1671 , Venice
Died:January 17, 1751 , Venice
The Artist:Tomaso Albinoni was an Italian baroque composer particularly famous for his Adagio.
Composition Date:unknown
Composition Info:Adagio in G minor is a piece arranged by Remo Giazotto based on the fragments of a Sonata in G minor for strings and organ, composed by Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni , which were found amongst the ruins of the old Dresden State Library which was bombed during World War II. It has been used in numerous films.
Number of Pages5
Difficulty LevelIntermediate Level: Recommended for Intermediate Level players



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