Concerto for Organ
Originally attributed to Haydn, this concerto for organ or fortepiano is a worthy addition to the 18th-century concerto repertoire. Pietro Sales was an Italian composer prominent in German musical circles. He composed numerous oratorios, church pieces, and instrumental compositions. String parts include Violin I & II, Viola, and Violoncello (with optional horns).
VIV 314, 48 Pages, $24.95 (not including string parts)
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