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Oboe, English Horn, Oboe D'Amore - Intermediate
Composed by William Boyce (1711-1779). Arranged by John Gibson. Baroque Period. Set of Parts, Score. JB Linear #DO034O3. Published by JB Linear (S0.8269).
Item Number: S0.8269
"""William Boyce was an English composer who lived between 1711 and 1779. In 1737 he became the director of the Three Choirs Festival and wrote his """"Worcester Overture"""" which later was published as Symphony #8. His music is lively and delightful and in some ways his music sounded more like Handel than Handel himself did. This setting for oboe trio includes the last two movements: Andante and Gavotte. Scored for 2 oboes and English Horn with an alternate Oboe D'Amore part rather than English Horn.".
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