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Who promoted Albinoni?

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Adagio Albinoni is one of the most famous musical compositions. That it certainly sounds when a man escorted to the last path. It is this that makes the heart of listeners shrink and cast thoughts about the eternal. It was the first composition that anticipated the revival of the composer's glory.

 



It is impossible even to say that Jazzotto "reconstructed" or "restored" this work, only one word is suitable here - "composed". Yes, he practically composed the most famous Adagio again. It seemed to him that this music is a typical church warehouse, so he, without thinking twice, added an organ to the work. Well, does not it look ironic that this very product of the fifties of this century led to the revival of the glory of Albinoni? Now at concerts you can hear his sonatas, symphonies, excerpts from operas ...
And only now the musicologists write enthusiastic articles about Albinoni, mention that "some of the stylistic features of the classical symphony" are anticipated in his works. Previously, very few people noticed this.

A similar story (true, over time it became much more famous, it can be found in almost every biography of the composer) happened with Johann Sebastian Bach. The composer who received the largest number of votes from the Cultureciosque.com website in the vote "The Best Millennial Composer" did not die in oblivion, but .... Only in Mendelssohn's time, Bach's music got a new life. And Bach's glory of the present scale is the merit of the twentieth century.
There are a lot of examples. I could continue, but I write all this not for the simple amusement of the venerable public. I'm just asking myself - how much does the perception of music depend on the author's original "unwinding"? And I come to the conclusion that in the classics much resembles the situation that prevails in modern pop music. People are very cautious about unknown names and are ready to love everything indiscriminately, when this name is already recognized all around. So in the classics some composers have remained in history as a tribute to a peculiar fashion, and some have been undeservedly forgotten so far. Only time, a long time again puts everything in its place. And if Bach stayed in the hearts of listeners around the world, then it was not for nothing that he was "promoted" in many ways due to randomnesses through the century after his death.

P.S .: And, of course, now do not forget the next time you hear Albinoni's famous melody, show your outstanding musical knowledge with the following phrase: "Oh, yes, the inimitable Adagio Giacotto!"

Andrei Rubtsov. Oboist@chat.ru ©

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Quotation Annakraj

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Who promoted Albinoni?


Who promoted Albinoni?
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Adagio Albinoni is one of the most famous musical compositions. That it certainly sounds when a man escorted to the last path. It is this that makes the heart of listeners shrink and cast thoughts about the eternal. It was the first composition that anticipated the revival of the composer's glory.

 



It is impossible even to say that Jazzotto "reconstructed" or "restored" this work, only one word is suitable here - "composed". Yes, he practically composed the most famous Adagio again. It seemed to him that this music is a typical church warehouse, so he, without thinking twice, added an organ to the work. Well, does not it look ironic that this very product of the fifties of this century led to the revival of the glory of Albinoni? Now at concerts you can hear his sonatas, symphonies, excerpts from operas ...
And only now the musicologists write enthusiastic articles about Albinoni, mention that "some of the stylistic features of the classical symphony" are anticipated in his works. Previously, very few people noticed this.

A similar story (true, over time it became much more famous, it can be found in almost every biography of the composer) happened with Johann Sebastian Bach. The composer who received the largest number of votes from the Cultureciosque.com website in the vote "The Best Millennial Composer" did not die in oblivion, but .... Only in Mendelssohn's time, Bach's music got a new life. And Bach's glory of the present scale is the merit of the twentieth century.
There are a lot of examples. I could continue, but I write all this not for the simple amusement of the venerable public. I'm just asking myself - how much does the perception of music depend on the author's original "unwinding"? And I come to the conclusion that in the classics much resembles the situation that prevails in modern pop music. People are very cautious about unknown names and are ready to love everything indiscriminately, when this name is already recognized all around. So in the classics some composers have remained in history as a tribute to a peculiar fashion, and some have been undeservedly forgotten so far. Only time, a long time again puts everything in its place. And if Bach stayed in the hearts of listeners around the world, then it was not for nothing that he was "promoted" in many ways due to randomnesses through the century after his death.

P.S .: And, of course, now do not forget the next time you hear Albinoni's famous melody, show your outstanding musical knowledge with the following phrase: "Oh, yes, the inimitable Adagio Giacotto!"

Andrei Rubtsov. Oboist@chat.ru ©

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Quotation Annakraj

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Who promoted Albinoni?


Who promoted Albinoni?
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Adagio Albinoni is one of the most famous musical compositions. That it certainly sounds when a man escorted to the last path. It is this that makes the heart of listeners shrink and cast thoughts about the eternal. It was the first composition that anticipated the revival of the composer's glory.

 



It is impossible even to say that Jazzotto "reconstructed" or "restored" this work, only one word is suitable here - "composed". Yes, he practically composed the most famous Adagio again. It seemed to him that this music is a typical church warehouse, so he, without thinking twice, added an organ to the work. Well, does not it look ironic that this very product of the fifties of this century led to the revival of the glory of Albinoni? Now at concerts you can hear his sonatas, symphonies, excerpts from operas ...
And only now the musicologists write enthusiastic articles about Albinoni, mention that "some of the stylistic features of the classical symphony" are anticipated in his works. Previously, very few people noticed this.

A similar story (true, over time it became much more famous, it can be found in almost every biography of the composer) happened with Johann Sebastian Bach. The composer who received the largest number of votes from the Cultureciosque.com website in the vote "The Best Millennial Composer" did not die in oblivion, but .... Only in Mendelssohn's time, Bach's music got a new life. And Bach's glory of the present scale is the merit of the twentieth century.
There are a lot of examples. I could continue, but I write all this not for the simple amusement of the venerable public. I'm just asking myself - how much does the perception of music depend on the author's original "unwinding"? And I come to the conclusion that in the classics much resembles the situation that prevails in modern pop music. People are very cautious about unknown names and are ready to love everything indiscriminately, when this name is already recognized all around. So in the classics some composers have remained in history as a tribute to a peculiar fashion, and some have been undeservedly forgotten so far. Only time, a long time again puts everything in its place. And if Bach stayed in the hearts of listeners around the world, then it was not for nothing that he was "promoted" in many ways due to randomnesses through the century after his death.

P.S .: And, of course, now do not forget the next time you hear Albinoni's famous melody, show your outstanding musical knowledge with the following phrase: "Oh, yes, the inimitable Adagio Giacotto!"

Andrei Rubtsov. Oboist@chat.ru ©

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Quotation Annakraj

Read the fullV your quote or community!

Who promoted Albinoni?


Who promoted Albinoni?
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Adagio Albinoni is one of the most famous musical compositions. That it certainly sounds when a man escorted to the last path. It is this that makes the heart of listeners shrink and cast thoughts about the eternal. It was the first composition that anticipated the revival of the composer's glory.

 



It is impossible even to say that Jazzotto "reconstructed" or "restored" this work, only one word is suitable here - "composed". Yes, he practically composed the most famous Adagio again. It seemed to him that this music is a typical church warehouse, so he, without thinking twice, added an organ to the work. Well, does not it look ironic that this very product of the fifties of this century led to the revival of the glory of Albinoni? Now at concerts you can hear his sonatas, symphonies, excerpts from operas ...
And only now the musicologists write enthusiastic articles about Albinoni, mention that "some of the stylistic features of the classical symphony" are anticipated in his works. Previously, very few people noticed this.

A similar story (true, over time it became much more famous, it can be found in almost every biography of the composer) happened with Johann Sebastian Bach. The composer who received the largest number of votes from the Cultureciosque.com website in the vote "The Best Millennial Composer" did not die in oblivion, but .... Only in Mendelssohn's time, Bach's music got a new life. And Bach's glory of the present scale is the merit of the twentieth century.
There are a lot of examples. I could continue, but I write all this not for the simple amusement of the venerable public. I'm just asking myself - how much does the perception of music depend on the author's original "unwinding"? And I come to the conclusion that in the classics much resembles the situation that prevails in modern pop music. People are very cautious about unknown names and are ready to love everything indiscriminately, when this name is already recognized all around. So in the classics some composers have remained in history as a tribute to a peculiar fashion, and some have been undeservedly forgotten so far. Only time, a long time again puts everything in its place. And if Bach stayed in the hearts of listeners around the world, then it was not for nothing that he was "promoted" in many ways due to randomnesses through the century after his death.

P.S .: And, of course, now do not forget the next time you hear Albinoni's famous melody, show your outstanding musical knowledge with the following phrase: "Oh, yes, the inimitable Adagio Giacotto!"

Andrei Rubtsov. Oboist@chat.ru ©

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Quotation Annakraj

Read the fullV your quote or community!

Who promoted Albinoni?


Who promoted Albinoni?
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Adagio Albinoni is one of the most famous musical compositions. That it certainly sounds when a man escorted to the last path. It is this that makes the heart of listeners shrink and cast thoughts about the eternal. It was the first composition that anticipated the revival of the composer's glory.

 



It is impossible even to say that Jazzotto "reconstructed" or "restored" this work, only one word is suitable here - "composed". Yes, he practically composed the most famous Adagio again. It seemed to him that this music is a typical church warehouse, so he, without thinking twice, added an organ to the work. Well, does not it look ironic that this very product of the fifties of this century led to the revival of the glory of Albinoni? Now at concerts you can hear his sonatas, symphonies, excerpts from operas ...
And only now the musicologists write enthusiastic articles about Albinoni, mention that "some of the stylistic features of the classical symphony" are anticipated in his works. Previously, very few people noticed this.

A similar story (true, over time it became much more famous, it can be found in almost every biography of the composer) happened with Johann Sebastian Bach. The composer who received the largest number of votes from the Cultureciosque.com website in the vote "The Best Millennial Composer" did not die in oblivion, but .... Only in Mendelssohn's time, Bach's music got a new life. And Bach's glory of the present scale is the merit of the twentieth century.
There are a lot of examples. I could continue, but I write all this not for the simple amusement of the venerable public. I'm just asking myself - how much does the perception of music depend on the author's original "unwinding"? And I come to the conclusion that in the classics much resembles the situation that prevails in modern pop music. People are very cautious about unknown names and are ready to love everything indiscriminately, when this name is already recognized all around. So in the classics some composers have remained in history as a tribute to a peculiar fashion, and some have been undeservedly forgotten so far. Only time, a long time again puts everything in its place. And if Bach stayed in the hearts of listeners around the world, then it was not for nothing that he was "promoted" in many ways due to randomnesses through the century after his death.

P.S .: And, of course, now do not forget the next time you hear Albinoni's famous melody, show your outstanding musical knowledge with the following phrase: "Oh, yes, the inimitable Adagio Giacotto!"

Andrei Rubtsov. Oboist@chat.ru ©

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Quotation Annakraj

Read the fullV your quote or community!

Who promoted Albinoni?


Who promoted Albinoni?
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Adagio Albinoni is one of the most famous musical compositions. That it certainly sounds when a man escorted to the last path. It is this that makes the heart of listeners shrink and cast thoughts about the eternal. It was the first composition that anticipated the revival of the composer's glory.

 



It is impossible even to say that Jazzotto "reconstructed" or "restored" this work, only one word is suitable here - "composed". Yes, he practically composed the most famous Adagio again. It seemed to him that this music is a typical church warehouse, so he, without thinking twice, added an organ to the work. Well, does not it look ironic that this very product of the fifties of this century led to the revival of the glory of Albinoni? Now at concerts you can hear his sonatas, symphonies, excerpts from operas ...
And only now the musicologists write enthusiastic articles about Albinoni, mention that "some of the stylistic features of the classical symphony" are anticipated in his works. Previously, very few people noticed this.

A similar story (true, over time it became much more famous, it can be found in almost every biography of the composer) happened with Johann Sebastian Bach. The composer who received the largest number of votes from the Cultureciosque.com website in the vote "The Best Millennial Composer" did not die in oblivion, but .... Only in Mendelssohn's time, Bach's music got a new life. And Bach's glory of the present scale is the merit of the twentieth century.
There are a lot of examples. I could continue, but I write all this not for the simple amusement of the venerable public. I'm just asking myself - how much does the perception of music depend on the author's original "unwinding"? And I come to the conclusion that in the classics much resembles the situation that prevails in modern pop music. People are very cautious about unknown names and are ready to love everything indiscriminately, when this name is already recognized all around. So in the classics some composers have remained in history as a tribute to a peculiar fashion, and some have been undeservedly forgotten so far. Only time, a long time again puts everything in its place. And if Bach stayed in the hearts of listeners around the world, then it was not for nothing that he was "promoted" in many ways due to randomnesses through the century after his death.

P.S .: And, of course, now do not forget the next time you hear Albinoni's famous melody, show your outstanding musical knowledge with the following phrase: "Oh, yes, the inimitable Adagio Giacotto!"

Andrei Rubtsov. Oboist@chat.ru ©

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Quotation Annakraj

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Who promoted Albinoni?


Who promoted Albinoni?
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Adagio Albinoni is one of the most famous musical compositions. That it certainly sounds when a man escorted to the last path. It is this that makes the heart of listeners shrink and cast thoughts about the eternal. It was the first composition that anticipated the revival of the composer's glory.

 



It is impossible even to say that Jazzotto "reconstructed" or "restored" this work, only one word is suitable here - "composed". Yes, he practically composed the most famous Adagio again. It seemed to him that this music is a typical church warehouse, so he, without thinking twice, added an organ to the work. Well, does not it look ironic that this very product of the fifties of this century led to the revival of the glory of Albinoni? Now at concerts you can hear his sonatas, symphonies, excerpts from operas ...
And only now the musicologists write enthusiastic articles about Albinoni, mention that "some of the stylistic features of the classical symphony" are anticipated in his works. Previously, very few people noticed this.

A similar story (true, over time it became much more famous, it can be found in almost every biography of the composer) happened with Johann Sebastian Bach. The composer who received the largest number of votes from the Cultureciosque.com website in the vote "The Best Millennial Composer" did not die in oblivion, but .... Only in Mendelssohn's time, Bach's music got a new life. And Bach's glory of the present scale is the merit of the twentieth century.
There are a lot of examples. I could continue, but I write all this not for the simple amusement of the venerable public. I'm just asking myself - how much does the perception of music depend on the author's original "unwinding"? And I come to the conclusion that in the classics much resembles the situation that prevails in modern pop music. People are very cautious about unknown names and are ready to love everything indiscriminately, when this name is already recognized all around. So in the classics some composers have remained in history as a tribute to a peculiar fashion, and some have been undeservedly forgotten so far. Only time, a long time again puts everything in its place. And if Bach stayed in the heartsGeorge Stubbs art

of listeners around the world, then it was not for nothing that he was "promoted" in many ways due to randomnesses through the century after his death.

P.S .: And, of course, now do not forget the next time you hear Albinoni's famous melody, show your outstanding musical knowledge with the following phrase: "Oh, yes, the inimitable Adagio Giacotto!"

Andrei Rubtsov. Oboist@chat.ru ©

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Quotation Annakraj

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Who promoted Albinoni?


Who promoted Albinoni?
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Adagio Albinoni is one of the most famous musical compositions. That it certainly sounds when a man escorted to the last path. It is this that makes the heart of listeners shrink and cast thoughts about the eternal. It was the first composition that anticipated the revival of the composer's glory.

 



It is impossible even to say that Jazzotto "reconstructed" or "restored" this work, only one word is suitable here - "composed". Yes, he practically composed the most famous Adagio again. It seemed to him that this music is a typical church warehouse, so he, without thinking twice, added an organ to the work. Well, does not it look ironic that this very product of the fifties of this century led to the revival of the glory of Albinoni? Now at concerts you can hear his sonatas, symphonies, excerpts from operas ...
And only now the musicologists write enthusiastic articles about Albinoni, mention that "some of the stylistic features of the classical symphony" are anticipated in his works. Previously, very few people noticed this.

A similar story (true, over time it became much more famous, it can be found in almost every biography of the composer) happened with Johann Sebastian Bach. The composer who received the largest number of votes from the Cultureciosque.com website in the vote "The Best Millennial Composer" did not die in oblivion, but .... Only in Mendelssohn's time, Bach's music got a new life. And Bach's glory of the present scale is the merit of the twentieth century.
There are a lot of examples. I could continue, but I write all this not for the simple amusement of the venerable public. I'm just asking myself - how much does the perception of music depend on the author's original "unwinding"? And I come to the conclusion that in the classics much resembles the situation that prevails in modern pop music. People are very cautious about unknown names and are ready to love everything indiscriminately, when this name is already recognized all around. So in the classics some composers have remained in history as a tribute to a peculiar fashion, and some have been undeservedly forgotten so far. Only time, a long time again puts everything in its place. And if Bach stayed in the hearts of listeners around the world, then it was not for nothing that he was "promoted" in many ways due to randomnesses through the century after his death.

P.S .: And, of course, now do not forget the next time you hear Albinoni's famous melody, show your outstanding musical knowledge with the following phrase: "Oh, yes, the inimitable Adagio Giacotto!"

Andrei Rubtsov. Oboist@chat.ru ©

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Quotation Annakraj

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Who promoted Albinoni?


Who promoted Albinoni?
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Adagio Albinoni is one of the most famous musical compositions. That it certainly sounds when a man escorted to the last path. It is this that makes the heart of listeners shrink and cast thoughts about the eternal. It was the first composition that anticipated the revival of the composer's glory.

 



It is impossible even to say that Jazzotto "reconstructed" or "restored" this work, only one word is suitable here - "composed". Yes, he practically composed the most famous Adagio again. It seemed to him that this music is a typical church warehouse, so he, without thinking twice, added an organ to the work. Well, does not it look ironic that this very product of the fifties of this century led to the revival of the glory of Albinoni? Now at concerts you can hear his sonatas, symphonies, excerpts from operas ...
And only now the musicologists write enthusiastic articles about Albinoni, mention that "some of the stylistic features of the classical symphony" are anticipated in his works. Previously, very few people noticed this.

A similar story (true, over time it became much more famous, it can be found in almost every biography of the composer) happened with Johann Sebastian Bach. The composer who received the largest number of votes from the Cultureciosque.com website in the vote "The Best Millennial Composer" did not die in oblivion, but .... Only in Mendelssohn's time, Bach's music got a new life. And Bach's glory of the present scale is the merit of the twentieth century.
There are a lot of examples. I could continue, but I write all this not for the simple amusement of the venerable public. I'm just asking myself - how much does the perception of music depend on the author's original "unwinding"? And I come to the conclusion that in the classics much resembles the situation that prevails in modern pop music. People are very cautious about unknown names and are ready to love everything indiscriminately, when this name is already recognized all around. So in the classics some composers have remained in history as a tribute to a peculiar fashion, and some have been undeservedly forgotten so far. Only time, a long time again puts everything in its place. And if Bach stayed in the hearts of listeners around the world, then it was not for nothing that he was "promoted" in many ways due to randomnesses through the century after his death.

P.S .: And, of course, now do not forget the next time you hear Albinoni's famous melody, show your outstanding musical knowledge with the following phrase: "Oh, yes, the inimitable Adagio Giacotto!"

Andrei Rubtsov. Oboist@chat.ru ©

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