A strongly influential piece of repertoire, the piece Sweet And Go for solo Oboe, composed by Armando Ghidoni for Marika Lombardi, elegantly explores the poetic and technical resources of the instrument.
The diptych, approximately six minutes in length, opens with an Adagio, a free declamation in recitative that is an oasis of tenderness to which the glissandi bring a whiff of the Orient. In contrast to this voluptuous dream, the second section, marked Vivo brilante ben ritmato, enables the soloist to display a sparkling virtuosity. Melodies, rhythms, nuances and colours all contribute to this festival of ingenuity.
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