Composed by Alfredo D’ambrosio. Arranged by Stephen Davies. 20th Century, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 15 pages. Published by Stephen Davies (S0.326706).
- Artist: Alfredo D’ambrosio
- Instruments: Wind Quartet (Flute,Oboe,Clarinet,Bassoon)
- Format: Score,Set of Parts
- Genre: 20th Century,Recital
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- Publisher: Stephen Davies
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Alfredo D’Ambrosio (13 June 1871, in Naples – 29 December 1914, in Nice or 31 December 1914, in Paris) was an Italian composer and violinist. He studied under Enrico Bossi at the Conservatory “San Pietro a Majella” in Naples, and later with Pablo de Sarasate in Madrid, and August Wilhelmj in London. He then settled in Nice, and devoted himself to his compositions and his work as a teacher. His brother Luigi d’Ambrosio was also a violinist and later teacher of Salvatore Accardo.
== Works ==
Alfredo D’Ambrosio is the author of the opera Pia de’ Tolomei, based on Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy, the ballet Hersilia, two Violin Concertos, a String Quartet in C minor Op.42 (1908) and a Quintet, as well as various concert pieces for violin and piano, which had a certain popularity in the early 20th century. His 1st Violin Concerto (in B minor Op.29, dedicated to Arrigo Serato) was written from April to October 1903 and premiered on 29 October 1904. The 2nd Violin Concerto (in G minor Op.51, dedicated to Jacques Thibaud) premiered by Georges Enesco on 6 April 1913 in Paris, conducted by the composer.His best-known work is his Canzonetta Op.