This concerto in three movements was published around 1950, though little is known about its composition date or circumnstances. The only source for this concerto is a manuscript in the National Library of Turin, found amongst a collection of Vivaldi manuscripts. It is believed to be Vivaldi's only trumpet concerto. Some of the material from the second movement also appears in his RV 110 violin concerto.
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