Antonio Salieri Triple Concerto D major (1/3)
  • Classical music Salieri wrote little instrumental music. Among the few pieces he wrote is this triple concerto for violin, oboe and violoncello from 1770. It is a fine example of an intermediate concerto between baroque and classical style. I find it to be full of aristocratic charme. Thomas Füri (violin), Heinz Holliger (oboe) and Thomas Demenga (violoncello) are the soloists. Füri also conducts the Camerata Bern.

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