Albinoni's famous G minor Adagio is
viewed in music history through a veil of controversy. Shortly after World War
II, the Italian musicologist, Remo Giazotto came across a tiny manuscript
fragment in a library in Dresden. Giazotto believed he had found a portion of a
sonata, which he presumed had been composed by Albinoni. Giazotto constructed a
complete single-movement work based on his findings. New recordings of the work
are released almost every year.