Tomaso Albinoni composed a series of "Concerti a Cinque",of which it isn't all that clear what "Cinque" meansbecause all these concertos have more than five parts.The concerto opus. 7 nr. 3 is for at least 2 violins, oboe, viola, celloand continuo (6 in total). The arrangement is for accordion quintet(the continuo appears sometimes in the 3rd voice which is mostly oboeand sometimes in the 4rd voice which is mostly viola.The arrangement files for download are of each of the 3 movements separately,but as they are rather short the whole piece is just 7 minutes,so the audience may still appreciate hearing all of this compositionand not just one movement.Professor P has made arecording(of all three movements together).Download:complete parts,mov. 1, parts,mov. 1, score,mov. 1, Musescore 3 source,mov. 2, parts,mov. 2, score,mov. 2, Musescore 3 source,mov. 3, parts,mov. 3, score,mov. 3, Musescore 3 source.
Telemann's "Tafelmusik" is a seemingly random collection of concertos.The third concerto is for flute, violin and cello (and other strings and continuo),and from that concerto this arrangement is of the first movement: Largo.This is one of the parts best recognized as being representativeof the "tafelmusik".The arrangement is for accordion quintet, and uses a different register (8-8)to distinguish the "flute" from the other instruments.The continuo part floats between the third and fourth voicewherever there was room to do so.Generally this is a fairly easy arrangement, but it does containquite a number of "ornaments". The "cello" part is to be foundin the fourth voice and best played on an accordion that hasa very responsive L (16') register.We have a recordingby Professor Pto give an impression of what this arrangement sounds like.Download: parts,score,MuseScore 3 source. 2b1af7f3a8