Oboe & Voice(s)


Abeille, Pierre-Cesar (~1700): Acteon

Abeille, Pierre-Cesar (~1700): Acteon

Product.Nr.: Abe1

Cantata Burlesque for bass, oboe (or violin), viola, & b. c., edited by Cedric Lee. Very successful Burlesque after Ovid. Almost nothing is known about Abeille, except that he was active in Arles and Paris. Green Man Press

15,50 EUR

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Anonymer Meister (17th century)/Alessandro Scarlatti ?: Chi sà dove è speranza?

Anonymer Meister (17th century)/Alessandro Scarlatti ?: Chi sà dove è speranza?

Product.Nr.: Anon1a

Cantata for soprano, recorder (oboe) & b. c., after a manuscript of the Santini-Library in Münster edited by Cedric Lee. This cantata is probably composed by Alessandro Scarlatti in an early stage of production. Green Ma

16,80 EUR

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bastian (1685-1750): O angenehme Melodei BWV 210a

bastian (1685-1750): O angenehme Melodei BWV 210a

Product.Nr.: G124

Cantata for soprano [d’- b’’], transverse flute, oboe d’amore, 2 violins, viola, violone & b. c., edited and reconstructed by Alexander Grychtolik. First edition of a reconstruction which adheres strictly to the source. Edition Güntersberg

21,80 EUR

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Boismortier, Jean Bodin de (1689-1755): Actéon (1737)

Boismortier, Jean Bodin de (1689-1755): Actéon (1737)

Product.Nr.: Boi1

Cantata for soprano [d sharp''-g''''], oboe, horn & b. c. from the 2nd volume of Cantatas op. 67, edited by Cedric Lee. Green Man Press

14,80 EUR

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Bouvard, François (~1683-1760): La Feste de Cloris (1742)

Bouvard, François (~1683-1760): La Feste de Cloris (1742)

Product.Nr.: Bou1

Cantata for soprano [e''-g''''], violin, flute, oboe, bassoon & b. c., edited by Cedric Lee. Green Man Press

21,80 EUR

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Caldara, Antonio (1670-1736): Clori, mia bella Clori

Caldara, Antonio (1670-1736): Clori, mia bella Clori

Product.Nr.: Cal1

Cantata for contralto [b-d''''], flute, oboe & b. c. after a manuscript of the Royal Academiy of Music London, edited by Gail Hennessy. Green Man Press

21,80 EUR

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Conti, Francesco (1681/82–1732): Lontananza dell’amato

Conti, Francesco (1681/82–1732): Lontananza dell’amato

Product.Nr.: Con1

for soprano [d’–a’’], chalumeau, flute/oboe, violin, lute, & Bc, edited by Cedric Lee. The instrumentation of this aria is unusual: violins with mutes double a French lute and two woodwind instruments. The work is preserved in the Austrian National Library and was previously available only as a facsimile (SPES). Green Man Press

22,50 EUR

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