Giuseppe Ferlendis

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Giuseppe Ferlendis (1755–1810) was an Italian oboist and composer.[1] In 1777, he was appointed oboist at the Court Chapel of Salzburg, with a yearly stipend of 540 florins (higher than that of Mozarts by 40 florins). He died in Lisbon.[2] His brother Pietro and his nephews Gerardo, Faustino and Antonio were all professional oboists.


  • Concerto No. 1 in F Major (c. 1777)



  • Alfredo Berlandini, "Ferlendis, Giuseppe" in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians edited by Stanley Sadie, volume 8, page 682