Notes & Reviews:
These days Salieri's fame was an alleged protagonist in Mozart's life or rather death exceeds that of his music by far. Very few people though will be able to say truthfully they know a piece by this composer. Who, by the way, was Beethoven's teacher! The Italian Wind Ensemble has chosen to record the lesser-known of the two extant versions of Salieri's Cassazione. They have added the very deep sound of a double bassoon to the already uncommon combination of 2 oboes, 2 English horns, 2 horns and 2 bassoons. This will be a most pleasant (re)introduction to the composer.
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Works DetailsSalieri, Antonio : Serenade for Winds in G major
- Ensemble: Italiano di Fiati ensemble
- Period Time: Classical
- Studio/Live: Studio