Giuseppe Sammartini

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A younger contemporary of J.S. Bach, Giuseppe Sammartini is generally recognized as one of the more significant composers of concertos and sonatas during his time. An oboist, it is likely that he played…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Concerto for recorder & orchestra in F major Concerto
Concerto grosso in G minor ("di Natale"), Op. 5/6 1747 Orchestral
Sonata for flute/violin/oboe & continuo in G major, Op. 13/4 Chamber Music
Sonata for flute/violin/oboe & continuo in G major, Op. 13/1 1760 Chamber Music
Sonata No. 3 in A minor for cello & continuo (from Six Sonatas... by Lampugnani & St. Martini, Op. 1) (doubtful) 1745 Chamber Music
Concerto for keyboard & strings in A major, Op 9/1 1754 Concerto
Concerto for oboe and strings, No. 12 in C major Concerto
Concerto for keyboard & strings in B flat major, Op. 9/4 1754 Concerto
Concerto for keyboard & strings in F major, Op. 9/2 1754 Concerto
Work(s) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Sonata for recorder & continuo in B flat major, Sibley No. 21 Chamber Music
Concerto for keyboard & strings in G major, Op. 9/3 1754 Concerto
Sonata for 2 violins, cello & harpsichord in G minor, Op.3/5 1743 Chamber Music
Sonata for recorder & continuo in F major Chamber Music
Sonata for flute & continuo in C major, Op. 2/2 Chamber Music
Sonata for flute & continuo in E minor, Op. 2/3 Chamber Music
Concerto for oboe, strings & basso continuo in G minor, Op. 8/5 Concerto
Concerto for flute and strings in A major Concerto
Sonata for 2 flutes/violins & continuo No. 6 in D minor Chamber Music
Sonata for flute & continuo in G major, Op. 2/4 Chamber Music
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