Fagotto part from Il Signor Bruschino - Ouverture


Gioacchino Rossini
5 minutes
Classical music

Il signor Bruschino premiered January 27, 1813 by „the fiasco“, and was immediately replaced by Stefano Pavesi’s Ser Marcantonio. Beginning with the edition of the Rossini Opera Festival of 1985 opera, performed on the basis of the critical edition of the score, began to appear in the Billboard musical seasons. The Overture of the opera, on the other hand, is performed frequently and is known for the effect required by Gioacchino Rossini to the second violins to beat with the headband rhythmically on the lectern. Here you are prompted for a portion of the brass beat with his hand on the mouthpiece and the drum on the rim.

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