Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805) was the product of an artistic family (his father was a cellist, his brother a dancer and poet, his sister a ballet danc...Click To Read More About This Product
Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805) was the product of an artistic family (his father was a cellist, his brother a dancer and poet, his sister a ballet dancer), and followed in his father's footsteps as a cellist in his native town of Lucca, Italy. His Gloria may have been composed between 1764 and 1766, possibly written under the influence of the composer's roman teacher Costanzi, when in service at the palatine chapel of Lucca. However, this work may possibly be, along with the Kyrie, part of the opus 59 mass composed in 1800 (now lost). The composition is divided into six movements: 1. Gloria In Excelsis - Chorus 2. Laudamus - Soprano And Tenor Duet 3. Qui Tollis - Chorus 4. Qui Sedes E Quoniam - Bass Aria 5. Cum Sancto I - Chorus 6. Cum Sancto II - Chorus. Includes: 2 Vln, Vla, Cello, Bass, Continuo and Full Score.MPN: 8763142
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