Check out this video! Be sure to check out Part II of the video also . . . I guess this piece has been filed away at the British Museum for the past 160 years. John Feeney plays the modern world premiere of Dragonetti's concerto in D with the American Classical Orchestra, Thomas Crawford conductor. The performance was October 4, 2010 at NYC's Ethical Culture Hall. This is a period orchestra, A= 430. Mr. Feeney uses unwound G&D and wound A&C- the top 3 strings made by Damian Dlugolecki. John plays a 1750 Michelangelo Bergonzi and a 19th century swan head Pfretschner.