For Trumpet, Clarinet and Band. Track romantic character, with a
very catchy melody. The soloists often talk to each other and then
back in the band in an ancient pattern that was used in the
Concerto Grosso, where the soloists, usually three, but could also
be two or more than three (forming the so-called "concertino")
sounded talking to each other before merging with a larger group,
normalmete formed by a chamber orchestra, (known as "stuffing"),
this musical form has characterized the golden age of Italian baroque.