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 (äl′bə-nō′nē), Tomaso Giovanni 1671-1751.
Italian composer noted for his chamber music and operas in the later baroque style.
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Albinoni

(Italian albiˈnoːni)
n
(Biography) Tomaso (toˈmaːzo). 1671–1750, Italian composer and violinist. He wrote concertos and over 50 operas
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With music from the 18th to early 20th century, the programme includes works by Tomaso Albinoni, Aloys Claussman and Craig Sellar Lang.
The duo's memorable encore was Tomaso Albinoni's "Adagio," for which Leleu played a flugelhorn from the front of the church while Leroy remained at the organ console in the back.
A select group of the chamber orchestra's musicians will offer pieces by Alessandro Scarlatti, Tomaso Albinoni, Arcangelo Corelli, Henry Purcell and J.S.
Adagio by Tomaso Albinoni, arranged for horn and organ.