Three duets (Two violins)
Sonata in A major (Violin, violoncello obbligato, basso continuo)
Sinfonia (Sonata)in A major (Two violins, basso continuo (plus orchestral strings ad libitum))
Concertino (Sonata)in A minor (Two violins, basso continuo)
Motet: Ite, procul abite, maestitiae (Soprano, two violins and Basso Continuo)
Motet: O fideles, modicum sustinete tempus (Alto, two violins and Basso Continuo)
Motet: Totus orbis, umbra canit (Soprano, two violins and Basso Continuo)
Giuseppe Torelli (1658-1709) is today best known for his concertos for strings, in which genre he was a pioneer, and for his music with solo trumpet. In his own day, however, he was equally productive as a composer for small-scale ensembles, which is to say primarily of sonatas. .