News 2010: (UK) Lost Vivaldi concerto found in the National Archives of Scotland
Although the title and composer were written on the score, Mr Woolley is the first scholar to identify the significance of the work. “This piece was previously known only from a mention in the sale catalogue of an 18th-century Dutch bookseller. Discovering that it is actually in existence is unexpected and hugely exciting,” says Andrew Woolley. The others, titled 'La Francia',' La Spagna' and 'L’Inghilterro', remain lost.
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