Belloli, Divertimento for Solo Horn

Belloli was principal horn at La Scala in Milan and professor of horn at the Conservatorio. A large number of his etudes for all the brass instruments are still in the repertoire.

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Divertimento for Solo Horn

Agosti­no Bel­loli (1778–1838)
Mod­ern edi­tion by David Whitwell (1937–)

Date: unknown
Instru­men­ta­tion: Wind Ensem­ble (Fl, Ob 1.2, Cl 1.2.3, Bsn 1.2, Hn 1.2, Tpt 1.2, Tbn)
Dura­tion: 6:30
Lev­el: 4

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Agosti­no Bel­loli (1778–1838), Diver­ti­men­to for Solo horn, accom­pa­nied by fl, 2 ob, 3 cl, 2 tpt, 2 hn, 2 bsn, tbn and “Bas­so” [appears to be bass trom­bone]. In three move­ments:

I Alle­gro
II Andante
III Alle­gret­to, Theme and Vari­a­tions

Bel­loli was prin­ci­pal horn at La Scala in Milan and pro­fes­sor of horn at the Con­ser­va­to­rio. A large num­ber of his etudes for all the brass instru­ments are still in the reper­toire. There are also extant an unpub­lished aria from La Son­nam­bu­la arranged for band and arias from Ober­to arranged for band, both scores in the Nation­al Library, Vien­na. Sev­er­al cham­ber works for winds exist in man­u­script in addi­tion to a dou­ble con­cer­to, for horn and bas­soon, with band accom­pa­ni­ment, found in the Bib­liote­ca Musi­cale Greg­giati, Oes­tiglia, Italy.

David Whitwell