The first and probably earliest concerto of the set is scored for two recorders, two oboes, two bassoons, strings with divided viola , and continuo. The opening movement of the five-movement concerto bears a close relationship to Handel's Brockes Passion of Unusually, two dance movements, a minuet, and a gavotte complete the concerto.
The concerto is scored for two oboes, one bassoon, strings, and continuo. The third concerto is again in three movements the opening Largo is too brief to be classified as a movement. As the tempo suggests, the tempo and rhythms are very nervous and suspenseful.
The opening theme is mocking and harsh, and features many loud cluster-like chords. The second theme is a slow, thoughtful theme that seems to wander both through various keys and harmonies, and motifs.
This long section begins to slowly pick up and results in the tumultuous, extremely chromatic and violent development. The music is labeled as being in the key of B-flat major, and contains musical elements pointing to B-flat as a home note in the vein of the classical sonata form: a first theme centered on B-flat, a second theme whose iteration in the exposition is centered on A-flat and whose iteration in the recapitulation is centered on B-flat, and an ending that returns the tonal center to B-flat and concludes the piece with a B-flat major chord.
However, this movement distinctively lacks the key signature of B-flat major. The slow section is initially very beautiful, but seeping with sentimental emotion. After a clangorous, bell-like climax, the music slows and melts into the lush opening theme once more. Sibley handle didn't work. Organ concertos, Op.
Orgelkonzerte op. Handel, George Frideric. HWV op. Full score available separately - see item CA. Organ Music. Part: Viola. Language: all languages. Edited by Krumbacher, Wilhelm. Arranged by Wilhelm Krumbacher. For 2 Violins, Basso continuo, Organ. Stuttgart Urtext editions. This edition: paperbound. Edited by Terence Best; William D. For Organ Solo. Single Part; Urtext Edition. HWV , op. Score; Urtext Edition. Study Score.Concerto for harpsichord in B flat major Op. 13/4 (6) Concerto for harpsichord in D major arr. Mozart (1) Concerto for oboe & orchestra No. 1 in F major, T /4, W. C80 (6).