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The problems of ornamenting a slow movement were as apparent in the 18th
century as they are to players today: even Charles Burney admitted that it was an area “in
which performers of great powers of execution often fail“. Carlo Zuccari comes to the rescue
with a dozen sample adagios printed with both the simple line and a decorated alternative; there
are no written rules in his collection — simply teaching by the direct method, and
applicable to all melodic instruments (violin, flute, oboe, cello etc). This facsimile edition contains a list of original misprints to be corrected and a full