Alessandro Marcello was a Venetian composer of the Baroque era. He enjoyed a comfortable life which allowed him to pursue his musical interest. Concerts were performed in his birthplace, as well as numerous other concerto parties. Alessandro Marcello was born into a wealthy Venetian household. He sang and performed music under the alias Eterio Stinfalico. A novice, he was well trained as a composer and was well known for his oboe concerto in D minor. In around 1740, Marcello also released a series of solo violin pieces for two violins, viola, and continuo at Augsburg. These pieces reflect the late Baroque concerto form.
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