Get the Tempo of the tracks from String Quintets, Op. 29 (1997) by Luigi Boccherini. This album has an average beat per minute of 123 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 99/148 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist String Quintets, op. 29. 1. String Quintet in D major, op. 29, no. 1, G. 313: I. Andante moderato.
The String Quintet in E major, Op. 13, No. 5 (G 275), by Luigi Boccherini was written in 1771 and published in 1775. Being one of his most famous works, the quintet is famous for its minuet third movement (often referred to as "The Celebrated Minuet") which is most-often played as a standalone piece outside of the context of the full quintet. This string quintet is a "cello quintet" in that it is scored for a string quartet (two violins, viola, cello) with a second cello as the fifth instrument
Emmeline Bayle, O. 45. For Easy Piano (L. Lemoine). Complete Score (G major) - . 0MB, 5 pp. - . /10 2 4 6 8 10 (-) - V/V/V - 1001 ⇩ - Schalltrichter. PDF scanned by E-Mn Schalltrichter (2013/7/21). Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. 1775 in 6 String Quintets, O. 1 (N. ). Composer Time PeriodComp. Pages with items from Album-Blätter. Vogel, Charles/Arranger. Guérout, Henri/Arranger. Scores published by Litolff. Delioux, Charles/Arranger. Roubier, Henri/Arranger. Scores published by Richault.
Since then, they performed all over Italy and Europe and in many parts of the world, including thirteen tours of North America.
Boccherini was a brilliant melodist with an apt ear for local flavor, and his music developed far enough away from Vienna that it was untouched by influences from there
Boccherini: String Quintets Vo. But Boccherini was also exploring the virtuosic capabilities of the string instruments themselves: the resonances and timbres, the sounds that could be extracted by different uses of the bow, the upper range of the cello, his own instrument. Boccherini was by far the first composer to treat the cello as the dominant voice in the quintet or quartet, and he was 'way ahead' of his Austrian "husband" in distributing the musical interest of his quintets to all five instruments in balance. This album opens with galiantry typical of the rococo era, though the medium of the cello quintet grounds the sound so that it doesn't fly off into pure lightness. Published on May 14, 2008.
Cello Concertos released: 2012. String Quintets Guitar Quintets (Europa Galante) released: 2011. String Quintets, Volume IX: 6 String Quintets, op. 28 released: 2011. Anner Bylsma plays Boccherini released: 2010. Piano Quintets released: 2009. Flute Quintets, Op. 19 released: 2008. String Quintets with two violas (Ensemble 415 feat. conductor: Chiara Banchini) released: 2008. Cello Concertos released: 2007. String Quintets, Volume IV: 6 String Quintets, op. 18 released: 2007. Sonatas for Keyboard With String Accompaniment released: 2007