Two concertos being the first & eleventh Solos of A. Corelli, as they are made into concerto's by Mr. Obadiah Shuttleworth: a performing edition and commentary.
University College London: London, UK.
ZIP file (Shuttleworth concertos instrumental parts)
Music historians have long known that the two concertos by Obadiah Shuttleworth (d.1734) are amongst the earliest examples of the Corellian concerto grosso form written in England, but these concertos have never been available in a modern performing edition. Andrew Pink was asked to make this new scholarly edition of the concertos for a performance in London by the orchestra of The Musicall Compass in November 2004.
|Title:||Two concertos being the first & eleventh Solos of A. Corelli, as they are made into concerto's by Mr. Obadiah Shuttleworth: a performing edition and commentary|
|Open access status:||An open access version is available from UCL Discovery|
|Additional information:||A music score and commentary with instrumental parts for performance|
|Keywords:||Obadiah Shuttleworth, Arcangello Corelli, concerto grosso, England, eighteenth century, music|
|UCL classification:||UCL > VP International|
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