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Carnicer | Symphony in D major (ca. 1838) DIGITAL

Ramón Carnicer y Batlle (1789-1855) - Symphony in D major (ca. 1838)

82 pages 2024 ISMN 979-0-805453-50-7 (PDF)

Also available in paperback edition

Instrumental parts available on demand.

24,04 €

The fact that no autograph manuscript of this work is preserved and that the only known source only refers to it as "Sinfonía de Don Ramón Carnicer" makes it a complex undertaking to assign a specific title to this symphony. We consider that it could be his Gran sinfonía a tres orquestas (1838), which until now was believed to be lost, and composed expressly for the ballrooms of the Orient, since Carnicer, in addition to being a theater director, would have been an impresario of the masquerades in Madrid since 1836.

Orchestra: flautín, 2 flautas, 2 oboes, 2 clarinetes, 2 fagotes, 4 trompas, 2 trompetas, 3 trombones, percusión, violines, violas, violonchelos y contrabajos.

Movements: Allegro – Andantino – Allegro

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