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Francesco Maria Veracini
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Opera and lyrical music
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Sheet music for Francesco Maria Veracini
VERACINI - LARGO - Arr. for Organ — Francesco Maria Veracini (1690-1768)
Organ — Lead Sheet,Score — Classical Period
Composed by Francesco Maria Veracini (1690-1768). Arranged by Renato Tagliabue. Classical Period. Lead Sheet, Score. 4 pages. Published by Renato Tagliabue (S0.294475).
Veracini, Antonio Sonate Opus 3 Nr. 6 Trombone Solo Posaune Soli St√ºck St√ºcke Piece Pieces Tromb√≥n harsona Trombonas Tromb√≥ trombon Pozoun — Francesco Maria Veracini
Trombone — Solo Part — Baroque Period
Composed by Francesco Maria Veracini (1690-1768). Arranged by wenner. Baroque Period. Solo Part. 2 pages. Published by christoph (S0.747061).
Veracini - Sonata Op 2 No 8 E Min Violin/Piano Ed David — Francesco Maria Veracini
Violin, Piano — Softcover Book —
For Violin and Piano. Composed by Francesco Maria Veracini (1690-1768). Edited by Ferdinand David. Strings, Repertoire, Solos. Sonata in E minor. Softcover Book. International Music Co. #IMC748. Published by International Music Co. (HU.IMC748).
Veracini: Overtures & Concerti, Vol. 2 — Francesco Maria Veracini
— Hybrid SACD — Classical
Composed by Francesco Maria Veracini (1690-1768). Classical, Violin. Classical. Hybrid SACD. CPO #555220-2. Published by CPO (NX.555220-2).
Veracini: Sonate da Camera a violino solo, Op. 2 — Francesco Maria Veracini
— CD — Classical
Composed by Francesco Maria Veracini (1690-1768). Classical. CD. Dynamic #DYN-CDS7860. Published by Dynamic (NX.DYN-CDS7860).
LARGO - Veracini - QUANTO AMABILI SONO LE TUE DIMORE - Arr. for SATB Choir and Organ — VERACINI Francesco Maria (1690-1768)
Organ,Choir,SATB — Score — Baroque Period,Christian,Spiritual,Sacred
Composed by VERACINI Francesco Maria (1690-1768). Arranged by Renato Tagliabue. Baroque Period, Christian, Spiritual, Sacred. Score. 8 pages. Published by Renato Tagliabue (S0.532683).
VERACINI - GIGA from Sonata in D minor - For Violin and Piano — Francesco Maria Veracini (1690-1768)
Piano Accompaniment,Violin — Individual Part,Score — Classical Period
Composed by Francesco Maria Veracini (1690-1768). Arranged by Renato Tagliabue. Classical Period. Individual Part, Score. 13 pages. Published by Renato Tagliabue (S0.294567).
Veracini - Violin Concerto in A major CSV1R for Violin, Strings and Cembalo — Veracini Francesco Maria
Harpsichord,Violin,Chamber Orchestra — Set of Parts,Sheet Music Single — Baroque Period
Composed by Veracini Francesco Maria. Arranged by Santino Cara. Baroque Period. Set of Parts, Sheet Music Single. 65 pages. Published by Santino Cara (S0.342485).
Veracini - Sonata Trumpet/Piano Arr Thilde — Francesco Veracini
Trumpet, Piano — Softcover Book —
Composed by Francesco Veracini. Arranged by Jean Thilde. Brass, Repertoire, Solos. Sonata. Softcover Book. Gerard Billaudot Editeur #GB1618. Published by Gerard Billaudot Editeur (HU.GB1618).
ELEVAZIONE - Veracini - For Organ — Antonio Maria Veracini
Organ — Score — Baroque Period
Composed by Antonio Maria Veracini. Baroque Period. Score. 3 pages. Published by Renato Tagliabue (S0.596243).
Veracini was famous in his day as a violinist and composer. He held a post in Dresden, where much of his surviving music was written. As a virtuoso he was widely regarded, and Tartini once locked himself away to practice after hearing him.
Throughout his career, Veracini suffered a less-than-sparkling reputation due to his eccentricity — some even said he was mad, and indeed he did once leap out of a second story window in a state of dispair. That did nothing to improve his image when it became common to depict all violin virtuosos as half-mad, disheveled fiddlers who contorted themselves in bizzare ways while playing.
His musical style is similar both to Vivaldi and Telemann, though his music couldn’t be easily mistaken for either of theirs. There is a CD available of five of his six ouverture-suites, which are all very impressive.
(Source-New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, liner notes, and my own opinions)
(contribution by Keith Knop <KNOKE@rhodes.edu>)