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ITALIAN BAROQUE: The Instrumental Edition (50CD)

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ITALIAN BAROQUE: The Instrumental Edition (50CD)

CD1

Tomaso Albinoni 1671–1751

Trattenimenti Armonici Op.6

Sonata No.2 in G minor

1 I. Grave adagio         2’31

2 II. Larghetto 2’32

3 III. Largo       2’21

4 IV. Allegro    2’15

Sonata No.9 in G

5 I. Grave adagio         2’32

6 II. Allegro      2’53

7 III. Adagio     1’52

8 IV. Allegro    2’49

Sonata No.4 in D minor

9 I. Grave adagio         2’34

10 II. Larghetto            3’07

11 III. Adagio   2’20

12 IV. Allegro 2’03

Sonata No.5 in F

13 I. Grave adagio       2’43

14 II. Allegro    2’09

15 III. Adagio   2’25

16 IV. Allegro 1’15

Sonata No.8 in E minor

17 I. Grave       2’15

18 II. Allegro    2’17

19 III. Adagio   1’49

20 IV. Allegro 2’07

Sonata No.3 in B flat

21 I. Grave adagio       2’30

22 II. Allegro    3’01

23 III. Adagio   1’48

24 IV. Presto    1’40

 

Zero Emission Baroque Orchestra

 

Giorgio Tosi Baroque violin

(Johannes Antonius Marchi fecit Bononiae, 1785)

 

Marlise Goidanich Baroque cello

(Sandro Soldi, 2009)

 

Carlo Centemeri organ (restored Piccinelli, 2006, after anonymous, early 17th century)

 

Total time        52’08

 

Recording: March & May 2013, Santuario di San Bernardino, Caravaggio, Bergamo

 

 

CD2

Tomaso Albinoni 1671–1751

Concertos for solo oboe, oboes and strings

Concerto a cinque in D minor Op.9 No.2 for oboe and strings

1 I. Allegro non presto             3’43

2 II. Adagio      4’13

3 III. Allegro     2’51

Concerto in C Op.7 No.2 for 2 oboes and strings

4 I. Allegro       2’01

5 II. Adagio      1’00

6 III. Allegro     1’50

Concerto in D Op.7 No.6 for oboe and strings

7 I. Allegro       2’40

8 II. Adagio      1’39

9 III. Allegro     2’14

Concerto a cinque in C Op.9 No.9 for 2 oboes and strings

10 I. Allegro     4’00

11 II. Adagio    2’29

12 III. Allegro   3’28

Concerto in D Op.7 No.8 for 2 oboes and strings

13 I. [Without tempo indication]          2’18

14 II. Largo      1’58

15 III. Allegro   1’45

Concerto a cinque in C Op.9 No.5 for oboe and strings

16 I. Allegro     3’20

17 II. Adagio    1’56

18 III. Allegro   3’09

Concerto in B flat Op.7 No.3 for oboe and strings

19 I. Allegro     2’47

20 II. Adagio    2’02

21 III. Allegro   2’13

Concerto in F Op.9 No.3 for 2 oboes and strings

22 I. Allegro     4’30

23 II. Adagio    2’13

24 III. Allegro   3’55

 

Stefan Schilli oboe I

Giovanni Deangeli oboe II

 

Stuttgart Kammerorchester

Nicol Matt conductor

 

 

Total time        64’27

 

 

Recording: 2005, Bauer Studios, Ludwigsburg, Germany

 

 

CD3

Tomaso Albinoni 1671–1751

Trio Sonatas Op.1

Suonate a tre, doi Violini e Violoncello

col Basso per l’Organo (Venice, 1694)

Sonata in D minor TalM I No.1

1 I. Grave         2’10

2 II. Allegro      2’14

3 III. Largo       2’00

4 IV. Allegro    1’42

Sonata in F TalM I No.2

5 I. Grave         1’54

6 II. Allegro      1’53

7 III. Largo – Adagio    2’01

8 IV. Vivace 3’15

Sonata in C TalM I No.3

9 I. Grave         1’43

10 II. Allegro    1’46

11 III. Grave     1’55

12 IV. Allegro 1’43

Sonata in G minor TalM I No.4

13 I. Grave       2’19

14 II. Allegro    1’41

15 III. Adagio   1’46

16 IV. Allegro e presto – Adagio          1’18

Sonata in C TalM I No.5

17 I. Grave       1’53

18 II. Allegro    1’32

19 III. Grave     1’37

20 IV. Allegro 1’29

Sonata in A minor TalM I No.6

21 I. Grave       1’49

22 II. Allegro    2’14

23 III. Grave     0’43

24 IV. Allegro 2’19

 

L’Arte dell Arco

Federico Guglielmo violin I

Glauco Bertagnin violin II

Francesco Galligioni cello

Paolo Zuccheri violone 8 piedi

Ivano Zanenghi theorbo

Roberto Loreggian harpsichord and chamber organ

 

 

Total time        45’11

 

 

Recording: 27–29 May & 5–6 September 2013, Abbazia di Carceri d’Este, Padua, Italy

 

 

CD4

Francesco Barsanti 1690–1772

Concerti Grossi Op.3

Concerto No.6

1 I. Sostenuto 2’09

2 II. Allegro      2’51

3 III. Adagio     1’25

4 IV. Allegro    1’51

Concerto No.4

5 I. Allegro       3’35

6 II. Adagio      1’18

7 III. Minuet     3’33

Concerto No.7

8 I. Sostenuto 2’21

9 II. Allegro      1’46

10 III. Andante e largo             2’41

11 IV. Menuet 3’34

Concerto No.1

12 I. Allegro     2’22

13 II. Largo      1’48

14 III. Allegro   2’10

15 IV. Minuet   4’17

Concerto No.10

16 I. Adagio     1’24

17 II. Allegro    3’43

18 III. Largo     2’07

19 IV. Allegro 0’29

20 V. Andantino          1’09

21 VI. Allegro 0’27

 

Auser Musici

Attilio Motzo, Laura Mirri, Cristina Palucci violin I

Francesco La Bruna, Corrado Masoni violin II

Luigi Moccia viola

Alessandro Palmeri cello

Massimo Tore bass

Jonathan Pia trumpet

Paolo Faggi, Francesco Meucci horns

Simone Bensi, Ruggero Vartolo oboes

Riccardo Balbinutti timpani

Paola Poncet harpsichord

 

Carlo Ipata, Attilio Motzo directors

 

Total time        47’13

 

Recording: 25–29 January 2001, Villa Medicea, Coltano, Pisa, Italy

 

 

 

 

CD5

Giovanni Battista Bassani 1647–1716

Sinfonie Op.5

Sonatas for 2 or 3 instruments with basso continuo

Sonata No.2 in D minor

1 I. Grave         1’20

2 II. Presto       1’06

3 III. Grave       3’16

4 IV. Presto      0’54

Sonata No.4 in D

5 I. Allegro       1’30

6 II. Grave        2’26

7 III. Allegro     1’15

8 IV. Adagio, e forte    1’18

9 III. Adagio – Allegro – Adagio          1’14

Sonata No.1 in A minor

10 I. Allegro     1’43

11 II. Grave      2’06

12 III. Allegro   1’14

13 IV. Adagio – Prestissimo – 4’30

Adagio, e forte – Prestissimo

Sonata No.3 in G

14 I. Allegro     1’42

15 II. Grave      2’08

16 III. Allegro   0’58

17 IV. Largo     0’57

18 V. Allegro   1’18

Sonata No.6 in F

19 I. Largo       1’22

20 II. Allegro    1’48

21 III. Grave – Adagio             1’42

22 IV. Prestissimo        0’33

Sonata No.5 in A minor

23 I. Allegro     2’04

24 II. Grave      1’54

25 III. Vivace   0’53

26 IV. Adagio 0’47

27 V. Presto     1’10

 

Ensemble StilModerno

Giorgio Tosi violin I (Benigno Saccani, Milan, 1910)

Micol Vitali violin II (E. Malaguti, Milan, 1984)

Nicola Brovelli cello (Nicolas Augustin Chappuy, Paris, c.1780)

Carlo Centemeri organ (Carlo Mascheroni, Giussano, 2010)

Flora Papadopoulos Baroque harp (D. Pontiggia, copy of the Barberini harp, c.1600)

Grasiela Setra Dantas harpsichord (Carlo Mascheroni, Giussano, 2010)

 

Total time        43’23

 

Recording: 29 October – 1 November 2011, Pieve Protoromanica, Palazzo Pignano, Cremona, Italy

 

 

 

CD6

Giovanni Battista Bassani 1647–1716

Sinfonie Op.5

Sonatas for 2 or 3 instruments with basso continuo

Sonata No.7 in A

1 I. Allegro       1’29

2 II. Grave        1’56

3 III. Allegro     1’10

4 IV. Largo       1’06

5 V. Allegro, allegro    1’02

Sonata No.8 in G minor

6 I. Grave         0’34

7 II. Presto       1’39

8 III. Grave       1’14

9 IV. Allegro    0’57

10 V. Grave     0’26

11 VI. Allegro 0’47

Sonata No.11 in D

12 I. Largo – Presto     1’31

13 II. Grave      1’10

14 III. Vivace   1’02

15 IV. Adagio 0’49

16 V. Presto     0’27

Sonata No.10 in C minor

17 I. Adagio     2’15

18 II. Presto     1’37

19 III. Largo     2’25

20 IV. Prestissimo        0’56

21 V. Grave     0’21

22 VI. Presto    0’40

Sonata No.9 in C

23 I. Presto      1’56

24 II. Grave      1’20

25 III. Allegro   1’29

26 IV. Largo     0’52

27 V. Presto     0’43

Sonata No.12 in A

28 I. Largo       2’02

29 II. Allegro    1’00

30 III. Adagio – Largo 2’43

31 IV. Presto    0’31

 

Ensemble StilModerno

Giorgio Tosi violin I (Benigno Saccani, Milan, 1910)

Micol Vitali violin II (E. Malagutti, Milano, 1984)

Nicola Brovelli cello (Nicolas Augustin Chappuy, Paris, c.1780)

Carlo Centemeri organ (Carlo Mascheroni, Giussano, 2010)

Flora Papadopoulos Baroque harp (D. Pontiggia,copy of the Barberini harp, c.1600)

Grasiela Setra Dantas harpsichord (Carlo Mascheroni, Giussano, 2010)

 

Total time        38’25

 

Recording: 29 October – 1 November 2011, Pieve Protoromanica, Palazzo Pignano, Cremona, Italy

 

CD7

Giovanni Bononcini 1670–1747

Divertimenti da camera

Divertimento No.1 in F

1 I. Largo         3’05

2 II. Con spirito            2’45

3 III. Lento       1’53

4 IV. Vivace     1’15

Divertimento No.2 in D minor

5 I. Affettuoso e andante         4’37

6 II. Vivace      1’25

7 III. Largo       2’44

8 IV. Vivace     0’52

Divertimento No.3 in A minor

9 I. Tempo giusto        3’17

10 II. Vivace    1’31

11 II. Lento      2’04

12 IV. Presto assai       1’46

Divertimento No.4 in G minor

13 I. Andante e affettuoso       3’45

14 II. Non tanto presto             2’07

15 III. Vivace   1’20

Divertimento No.5 in B flat

16 I. Andante ma non presto   3’22

17 II. Largo      3’19

18 III. Presto assai        1’42

19 V. Vivace    1’14

Divertimento No.6 in C minor

20 I. Lento       2’45

21 II. Con spirito          2’17

22 III. Largo     2’56

23 IV. Vivace   1’28

Divertimento No.7 in E minor

24 I. Largo       2’30

25 II. Andante ma non presto 2’30

26 III. Presto assai        2’11

Divertimento No.8 in G

27 I. Affettuoso            2’12

27 II. Allegro    2’31

27 III. Lento     2’47

27 IV. [Without tempo indication]        1’37

 

La Stagione Armonica on period instruments

Sergio Balestracci recorder

Guido Balestracci viola da gamba

Paola Frezzato bassoon

Pietro Perosser theorbo & guitar

Daniele Roi harpsichord

 

Sergio Balestracci director

 

Total time        70’02

 

 

CD8

Dario Castello 1621–1658

Sonate concertate in stil moderno

Libro secondo (Venice, 1629)

1 Sonata No.10           5’10

for 2 violins, viola da gamba, theorbo and harpsichord

2 Sonata No.4             5’44

for 2 violins, viola da gamba, cello, harp, dulcimer and theorbo

3 Sonata No.12           7’23

for 2 cornets, viola da gamba, theorbo and harpsichord

4 Sonata No.1             4’32

for violin, cello, theorbo, harpsichord and organ

5 Sonata No.15           4’54

for 2 violins, viola da gamba, cello, harp, dulcimer, Baroque guitar, harpsichord and organ

6 Sonata No.13           7’00

for 2 violins, viola da gamba, cello, harp, dulcimer, Baroque guitar, harpsichord and organ

7 Sonata No.2             4’51

for violin, cello, Baroque guitar, harpsichord and organ

8 Sonata No.17           6’19

for 2 cornets, two violins, viola da gamba, harp, dulcimer, Baroque guitar, organ and harpsichord

9 Sonata No.3             5’23

for 2 violins, cello and harpsichord

10 Sonata No.8           4’44

for violin, viola da gamba, theorbo and harpsichord

 

 

Musica Fiorita

Bork-Frithjof Smith, Gebhard David cornets

Peter Barczi, Eva Borhi Baroque violin

Rebeka Rusó viola da gamba

Felix Knecht Baroque cello

Marie Bournisien double harp

Margit Übellacker dulcimer

Daniela Bonavita Baroque guitar and theorbo

Daniela Dolci harpsichord, positive organ and direction

 

 

Total time        56’36

 

 

CD9

Arcangelo Corelli 1653–1713

12 Concerti Grossi Op.6

Concerti Grossi, con duoi Violini e

Violoncello di Concertino obligati e duoi

altri Violini,Viola e Basso di Concerto grosso

ad arbotrio che si potranno radoppiare

Concerto No.1 in D

1 I. Largo – Allegro      2’25

2 II. Largo – Allegro     2’48

3 III. Largo       3’16

4 IV. Allegro    1’51

5 V. Allegro     2’10

Concerto No.2 in F

6 I. Vivace – Allegro    3’29

7 II. Largo andante      0’55

8 III. Allegro     1’50

9 IV. Grave – Andante largo    1’59

10 V. Allegro   2’29

Concerto No.3 in C minor

11 I. Largo       2’19

12 II. Allegro    2’01

13 III. Grave     1’38

14 IV. Vivace   2’32

15 V. Allegro   2’27

Concerto No.4 in D

16 I. Adagio – Allegro             3’43

17 II. Adagio    2’00

18 III. Vivace   1’02

19 IV. Allegro 3’24

Concerto No.5 in B flat

20 I. Adagio – Allegro             3’24

21 II. Adagio    1’42

22 III. Allegro   2’10

23 IV. Largo     1’00

24 V. Allegro   2’16

Concerto No.6 in F

25 I. Adagio     1’40

26 II. Allegro    1’57

27 III. Largo     3’13

28 IV. Vivace   2’25

29 V. Allegro   1’53

Concerto No.7 in D

30 I. Vivace – Allegro 2’19

31 II. Allegro    2’01

32 III. Andante largo    2’25

33 IV. Allegro 1’05

34 V. Vivace    1’05

 

Concertino

Rémy Baudet · Sayuri Yamagata violins

Albert Brüggen cello

 

Musica Amphion

directed from the harpsichord by Pieter-Jan Belder

 

Total time        75’12

 

Recording: summer 2004, Doopsgezinde Gemeente of Deventer, The Netherlands

 

 

CD10

Arcangelo Corelli 1653–1713

12 Concerti Grossi Op.6

Concerti Grossi, con duoi Violini e

Violoncello di Concertino obligati e duoi

altri Violini,Viola e Basso di Concerto grosso

ad arbotrio che si potranno radoppiare

Concerto No.8 in G minor

Fatto per la notte di Natale (Christmas Concerto)

1 I. Vivace       0’16

2 II. Grave: Arcate, sostenuto e come stà        1’16

3 III. Allegro     2’22

4 IV. Adagio – Allegro – Adagio          3’12

5 V. Vivace      1’11

6 VI. Allegro    2’11

7 VII. Pastorale: Largo             3’42

Parte Seconda per Camera

Preludii, Allemande, Correnti, Gighe,

Sarabande, Gavotte e Minuetti

Concerto No.9 in F

8 I. Preludio: Largo      1’31

9 II. Allemanda: Allegro          2’41

10 III. Corrente: Vivace            1’31

11 IV. Gavotta: Allegro            0’53

12 V. Adagio   0’52

13 VI. Minuetto: Vivace           1’33

Concerto No.10 in C

14 I. Preludio: Andante largo 2’11

15 II. Allemanda: Allegro        2’19

16 III. Adagio   0’59

17 IV. Corrente: Vivace           2’45

18 V. Allegro   2’36

19 VI. Minuetto: Vivace           1’32

Concerto No.11 in B flat

20 I. Preludio: Andante largo 2’21

21 II. Allemanda: Allegro        2’22

22 III. Adagio – Andante largo            2’13

23 IV. Sarabanda: Largo         1’17

24 V. Giga: Vivace      1’11

Concerto No.12 in F major

25 I. Preludio: Adagio             2’28

26 II. Allegro    2’26

27 III. Adagio   1’33

28 IV. Sarabanda: Vivace       0’56

29 V. Giga: Allegro      2’56

Sinfonia WoO1 to the oratorio

Santa Beatrice d’Este

30 I. Grave       1‘34

31 II. Allegro    1‘46

32 III. Adagio   0‘34

33 IV. Largo assai        2‘32

34 V. Vivace    1‘57

Sonata a Quattro WoO2

35 I. Adagio – Andante largo 1’26

36 II. Allegro    1’30

37 III. Grave     1’12

38 IV. Presto    1’09

39 V. Vivace    1’16

 

Concertino

Rémy Baudet · Sayuri Yamagata violins

Richte van der Meer cello (J. Boquay, 1719)

Hank Heyink archlute (M. de Witte, 2004, after W. Venere)

 

Musica Amphion

directed from the harpsichord by Pieter-Jan Belder

 

Total time        70’27

 

Recording: summer 2004, Doopsgezinde Gemeente of Deventer, The Netherlands

 

CD11

Arcangelo Corelli 1653–1713

Sonate a violino e violoncello o cimbalo Op.5 (Rome, 1700)

Dedicated to Electress Sophie Charlotte of Brandenburg

Sonate No.1 in D

1 I. Grave – Allegro     3’07

2 II. Allegro      2’23

3 III. Allegro     1’04

4 IV. Adagio    2’34

5 V. Allegro     1’35

Sonate No.2 in B flat

6 I. Grave         2’42

7 II. Allegro      2’17

8 III. Vivace     1’14

9 IV. Adagio    2’38

10 V. Vivace    1’17

Sonate No.3 in C

11 I. Adagio     2’34

12 II. Allegro    2’08

13 III. Adagio   2’55

14 IV. Allegro 1’02

15 V. Allegro   2’32

Sonate No.4 in F

16 I. Adagio     1’59

17 II. Allegro    2’27

18 III. Vivace   1’14

19 IV. Adagio 2’08

20 V. Allegro   2’25

Sonate No.5 in G minor

21 I. Adagio     2’42

22 II. Vivace    2’05

23 III. Adagio   2’06

24 IV. Vivace   1’39

25 V. Giga: Allegro      1’46

Sonate No.6 in A

26 I. Grave       2’34

27 II. Allegro    2’21

28 III. Allegro   1’06

29 IV. Adagio 0’50

30 V. Allegro   2’17

 

 

Rémy Baudet violin

Jaap ter Linden cello (G. Grancino, 1703)

Mike Fentross theorbo

Pieter-Jan Belder harpsichord

 

Total time        63’36

 

Recording: Summer 2004, Dutch Reformed Church of Renswoude, The Netherlands

 

 

CD12

Nicola Fiorenza c.1700–1764

Recorder Concertos

Concerto in G minor

for recorder, 3 violins and basso continuo

1 I. Moderato   2’54

2 II. Allegro      3’58

3 III. Largo       2’22

4 IV. Allegro    2’50

Concerto in A minor

for recorder, 2 violins and basso continuo

5 I. Largo         2’51

6 II. Allegro      2’07

7 III. Grave       2’43

8 IV. Allegro assai        1’15

Concerto in C minor

for recorder, 3 violins, viola and basso continuo

9 I. Largo amoroso       3’02

10 II. Andante 4’45

11 III. Largo     2’08

12 IV. Allegro 3’42

Concerto in F minor

for recorder, 3 violins, viola and basso continuo

13 I. Largo – Presto – Largo    2’09

14 II. Allegro ma non presto    4’50

15 III. Largo     3’39

16 IV. Allegro 2’21

 

Giovanni Battista Mele c.1701–after 1752

Concerto in F

for recorder, 2 violins and basso continuo

17 I. Andante   1’26

18 II. Allegro    2’05

19 III. Adagio   1’48

20 IV. Allegro 4’10

 

Stefano Bagliano recorder & director

Collegium Pro Musica

 

Total time        57’12

 

Recording: 28–30 September 2008, Church of Santa Maria del Prato, Genoa, Italy

 

 

CD13

Baldassare Galuppi 1706–1785

Complete Concertos for strings

Concerto primo in G

1 I. Andante – Allegro             2’08

2 II. Andante    2’10

3 III. Allegro assai        1’11

Concerto quinto in B flat

4 I. Grave sostenuto     5’33

5 II. Allegro e spiritoso             2’52

6 III. Allegro     2’16

Concerto che serve d’introdutione in G minor

7 I. Grave en Adagio   2’59

8 II. Spiritoso   3’05

9 III. Allegro     3’07

Concerto secondo in D

10 I. Maestoso             3’03

11 II. Allegro    2’12

12 III. Andantino          1’36

Concerto sesto in A

13 I. Largo       4’35

14 II. Allegro    3’12

15 III. Andante             2’09

Concerto terzo in C minor

16 I. Grave       3’42

17 II. Allegro    4’00

18 III. Andante             2’32

Concerto quarto in E flat

19 I. Largo       3’13

20 II. Allegro    2’05

21 III. A tempo             2’32

 

 

Ensemble StilModerno

Giorgio Tosi violin I

Valentina Ghirardani violin II

Eleonora Regorda viola

Marlise Goidanich cello

Carlo Centemeri organ

 

 

Total time        60’24

 

Recording: 10–14 June 2014, Sant’Antonio, Milan, Italy

 

 

CD14

Francesco Geminiani 1687–1762

6 Sonatas Op.5 for cello and continuo

Sonata No.1 in A

1 I. Andante     1’42

2 II. Allegro      3’35

3 III. Andante   0’45

4 IV. Allegro    3’54

Sonata No.2 in D minor

5 I. Andante     2’27

6 II. Presto       2’27

7 III. Adagio     0’42

8 IV. Allegro    4’32

Sonata No.3 in C

9 I. Andante     1’42

10 II. Allegro    4’27

11 III. Affetuoso           3’07

12 IV. Allegro  2’45

Sonata No.4 in B flat

13 I. Andante   0’28

14 II. Allegro moderato            3’13

15 III. Grave     0’48

16 IV. Allegro 0’51

Sonata No.5 in F

17 I. Adagio 0’37

18 II. Allegro moderato            1’26

19 III. Adagio   2’43

20 IV. Allegro 3’04

Sonata No.6 in A minor

21 I. Mov. 1     0’41

22 II. Mov. 2    3’39

23 III. Mov. 3   4’40

 

 

Jaap ter Linden cello

(Giovanni Grancino, Milan, 1703)

Lars Ulrik Mortensen harpsichord

Judith-Maria Becker cello continuo

 

 

Total time        54’32

 

 

Recording: April 2007, Hervormde Kerk, Rhoon, The Netherlands

 

 

 

CD15

Francesco Geminiani 1687–1762

Concerti Grossi after Opp. 1, 3 & 5 by Arcangelo Corelli

Concerti Grossi dall’Op.3 di Corelli

No.1 in F

1 I. Grave         1’42

2 II. Allegro      1’21

3 III. Vivace     1’59

4 IV. Allegro    1’15

No.3 in B flat

5 I. Grave         1’29

6 II. Vivace      0’34

7 III. Largo       2’10

8 IV. Allegro    1’52

No.4 in B minor

9 I. Largo         1’55

10 II. Vivace    1’19

11 III. Adagio   1’55

12 IV. Presto    1’03

No.9 in F minor

13 I. Grave       2’01

14 II. Vivace    0’58

15 III. Largo     1’30

16 IV. Allegro 1’46

No.10 in A minor

17 I. Vivace     0’42

18 II. Allegro    1’14

19 III. Adagio   0’49

20 IV. Allegro 1’43

Concerti Grossi dall’Op.1 di Corelli

No.9 in G

21 I. Allegro     1’08

22 II. Adagio – Allegro            1’34

23 III. Adagio   1’38

24 IV. Allegro 1’31

Concerti Grossi dall’Op.5 di Corelli

No.1 in D

25 I. Grave – Allegro   2’28

26 II. Allegro    2’04

27 III. Adagio   2’39

28 IV. Allegro 1’29

No.3 in C

25 I. Adagio     2’18

26 II. Allegro    1’54

27 III. Adagio   3’08

28 IV. Allegro 2’12

 

Ensemble Risonanze

 

Concertino

Carlo Chiarappa, Dominique Chiarappa-Zryd,

Sabine Brodbeck violins

Martin Zeller cello · Stefano Demicheli harpsichord

Diego Cantalupi theorbo

 

Concerto Grosso

Sylvia Gmür, Daniela Beltraminelli,

Dominique Chiarappa-Zryd, Denise Gruber,

Sabine Brodbeck violins

Svetlana Fomina viola · Michaël Chiarappa cello

Roberto Bevilacqua double bass

Andrea Perugi organ

 

Total time        53’35

 

 

CD16

Giovanni Legrenzi 1626–1690

Sonate e balletti Opp. 8, 10 & 16

1 Sonata No.6 Op.10 (Op.11) 7’11

for 4 viola da gambas ‘o come piace’

2 Sonata No.5 Op.10 (Op.11) 6’11

for 2 violins, viola da braccio and basso continuo

3 Sonata Op.8 ‘La Cremona’   5’18

for 4 violins and violone

4 Balletto No.3 – Corrente No.3 Op.16            2’27

for 2 violins, viola alto, viola tenore and cello

5 Sonata No.6 Op.10 (Op.11) 4’26

for 2 violins, viola da braccio and basso continuo

6 Corrente No.9 Op.16             2’49

for 2 violins, viola alto, viola tenore and cello

7 Sonata Op.8 ‘La Basadonna’            5’08

for 2 violins, violone and bassoon

8 Sonata Op.8 ‘La Crispa’        4’29

for 2 violins and violone

9 Sonata No.1 Op.10 (Op.11) 6’46

for 4 violins and basso continuo

 

Sonatori de la Gioiosa Marca

Giorgio Fava, Luigi Mangiocavallo, Marialuiza Brandao Moreira violins

Enrico Parizzi viola

Walter Vestidello, Elisabetta de Mircovich cello

Alberto Rasi violone

Giancarlo Rado, Ivano Zanenghi chitarroni

Andrea Marcon organ and harpsichord

 

Total time        45’08

 

Recording: 10–15 June 1991, Condulmer Recording Studio, Mogliano Veneto, Treviso, Italy

 

 

CD17

Leonardo Leo 1694–1744

Cello Concertos

Concerto in D L10

1 I. Andantino grazioso            3’18

2 II. Con bravura          2’29

3 III. Larghetto con poco moto            4’36

4 IV. Fuga        2’18

5 V. Allegro molto       1’35

Concerto in A L20

6 I. Andantino grazioso            2’51

7 II. Allegro      2’30

8 III. Larghetto             3’33

9 IV. Allegro    2’38

Sinfonie concertante in C minor L30

10 I. Andante grazioso             3’25

11 II. Fugato    1’51

12 III. Larghetto           4’39

13 IV. Allegro 1’30

 

Julius Berger cello

 

Südwestdeutsches Kammerorchester Pforzheim

Vladislav Czarnecki conductor

 

Total time        37’23

 

Recording: 29–31 May 1999, Kirnbachhalle, Niefern-Öschelbronn, Germany

 

 

CD18

Leonardo Leo 1694–1744

Cello Concertos

Concerto in F minor L40

1 I. Andante grazioso   4’02

2 II. Allegro      3’04

3 III. Largo e grazioso 3’56

4 IV. Allegro    2’16

Concerto in A L50

5 I. Andante piacevole            3’19

6 II. Allegro      4’04

7 III. Larghetto e grazioso        4’46

8 IV. Allegro    4’53

Concerto in D minor L60

9 I. Andante grazioso   4’01

10 II. Con spirito          3’33

11 III. Amoroso            3’48

12 IV. Allegro 2’16

 

Julius Berger cello

 

Südwestdeutsches Kammerorchester Pforzheim

Vladislav Czarnecki conductor

 

Total time        44’05

 

Recording: 5–7 July 1999, Kirnbachhalle, Niefern-Öschelbronn, Germany

 

 

 

CD19

Pietro Antonio Locatelli 1695–1764

Concerti Grossi Op.7 Nos. 1–4

No.1 in D

1 I. Vivace       5’22

2 II. Largo        4’47

3 III. Allegro     2’14

4 IV. Vivace     2’39

No.2 in B flat

5 I. Andante     5’27

6 II. Vivace      1’39

7 III. Largo       3’24

8 IV. Cantabile            2’02

9 V. Allegro     3’09

No.3 in G

10 I. Largo       0’38

11 II. Allegro    1’56

12 III. Largo     4’09

13 IV. Allegro 5’54

No.4 in F

14 I. Andante   7’11

15 II. Largo      2’50

16 III. Cantabile           4’50

17 IV. Allegro molto    2’14

 

 

Igor Ruhadze solo violin I & leader

Daria Gorban solo violin II

Ivan Iliev (1–4), Annemarie Kosten-Dür (5–17) solo viola

Paulina Ptak solo cello

 

Total time        60’51

 

Recording: June 2013–January 2014, Westvestkerk 90, Schiedam, The Netherlands

 

 

 

 

CD20

Pietro Antonio Locatelli 1695–1764

L’Arte del Violino Nos. 1–3

Concertos for violin, strings and basso continuo Op.3

No.1 in D

1 I. Allegro       6’38

2 II. Largo        7’28

3 III. Allegro     8’18

No.2 in C minor

4 I. Andante     10’32

5 II. Largo        3’57

6 III. Andante   8’09

No.3 in F

7 I. Andante     9’25

8 II. Largo        6’48

9 III. Vivace     7’00

 

Igor Ruhadze solo violin & leader (David Tecchler, Rome, 1706, NMF)

 

Ensemble Violini Capricciosi

Daria Gorban violin I (Hendrick Jacobs, Amsterdam, 1693, NMF)

Rebecca Huber solo viola (Matthieu J.R. Besseling, Amsterdam, 2003)

Annemarie Kosten-Dür viola (Jan Pawlikowski, Kraków, 2010)

Mark Dupere cello (Jacob Weiß, Salzburg, 1745, NMF)

Joannis Babaloukas double bass (Anon., France, 19th century, after Jacquet)

Vaughan Schlepp harpsichord (Joop Klinkhamer, after Zeil)

 

Total time        68’21

 

Recording: 4, 6 & 10 October 2012, Westvestkerk 90, Schiedam, The Netherlands

 

 

CD21

Pietro Antonio Locatelli 1695–1764

L’Arte del Violino Nos. 4–6

Concertos for violin, strings and basso continuo Op.3

No.4 in E

1 I. Largo         0’35

2 II. Andante    7’37

3 III. Largo       5’19

4 IV. Andante 7’56

No.5 in C

5 I. Largo         0’55

6 II. Andante    9’10

7 III. Adagio     3’58

8 IV. Allegro    7’00

No.6 in G minor

9 I. Largo         0’44

10 II. Andante 10’02

11 III. Adagio   4’37

12 IV. Vivace   6’27

 

Igor Ruhadze solo violin & leader (David Tecchler, Rome, 1706, NMF)

 

Ensemble Violini Capricciosi

Daria Gorban violin I (Hendrick Jacobs, Amsterdam, 1693, NMF)

Rebecca Huber solo viola (Matthieu J.R. Besseling, Amsterdam, 2003)

Annemarie Kosten-Dür viola (Jan Pawlikowski, Kraków, 2010)

Mark Dupere cello (Jacob Weiß, Salzburg, 1745, NMF)

Joannis Babaloukas double bass (Anon., France, 19th century, after Jacquet)

Vaughan Schlepp harpsichord (Joop Klinkhamer, after Zeil)

 

Total time        64’36

 

Recording: 22–24 November 2012, Westvestkerk 90, Schiedam, The Netherlands

 

 

 

CD22

Francesco Mancini 1672–1737

12 Recorder Concertos (Naples, 1725)

No.8 in C minor

(CM, PP, CR, MM, GP, GC, AC, DR, RS, MA, AN)

1 I. Vivace       1’44

2 II. Largo e staccato   1’12

3 III. Fuga: Allegro       2’46

4 IV. Largo       1’34

5 V. Allegro     1’23

No.5 in G

(CM, PP, CR, DR, RS, DC, AN)

6 I. Allegro       1’39

7 II. Largo        1’13

8 III. Fuga: Allegro       2’53

9 IV. Larghetto             1’33

10 V. Allegro   2’00

No.19 in E minor

(CM, PP, CR, DR, RS, DC, AN)

11 I. Allegrissimo         1’16

12 II. Larghetto            0’58

13 III. Fuga      4’07

14 IV. Moderato           1’32

15 V. Allegro   1’51

No.20 in C minor

(CM, PP, GP, VM, RS, FT, AN)

16 I. Comodo   1’40

17 II. Fuga: Allegro      3’51

18 III. Lento     2’00

19 IV. Comodo            1’39

No.18 in F

(CM, PP, GP, VM, RS, FT, AN)

20 I. Largo 3’02

21 II. Fuga 3’07

22 III. A tempo giusto 1’23

23 IV. Allegro 2’19

No.14 in G minor

(CM, PP, CR, MM, GP, GC, AC, LR, DR, RS, MA, AN)

24 I. Comodo   3’10

25 II. Fuga: Allegro      2’53

26 III. Larghetto           2’36

27 IV. Allegro 3’14

 

Corina Marti (CM) recorder

Capella Tiberina on period instruments

Paolo Perrone (PP), Christoph Rudolf (CR),

Massimo Merone (MM) violin I

Gabriele Politi (GP), Christoph Rudolf (CR),

Giancarlo Ceccacci (GC), Alberto Caponi (AC) violin II

Lorenzo Rundo (LR) viola

Daniel Rosin (DR), Viola Mattioni (VM) cello

Roberto Stilo (RS) double bass

Francesco Tomasi (FT), Mirko Arnone (MA),

Daniele Caminiti (DC) theorbo and Baroque guitar

Massimo Carrano (MC) percussion

 

Paolo Perrone (PP) concertmaster

Alexandra Nigito (AN) maestro al cembalo

 

Total time        59’04

 

Recording: 4–7 April and 4–7 May 2011, Chiesa di Sant'Isidoro a Capo le Case, Rome

 

 

CD23

Francesco Mancini 1672–1737

12 Recorder Concertos (Naples, 1725)

No.10 in B flat

(CM, PP, CR, MM, GP, GC, AC, LR, DR, RS, MA, AN)

1 I. Larghetto   2’54

2 II. Allegro      2’38

3 III. Largo       0’54

4 IV. Allegro    1’28

No.1 in C minor

(CM, PP, CR, DR, DC, AN)

5 I. Moderato   1’52

6 II. Grave        2’15

7 III. Moderato             2’29

8 IV. Allegro    2’13

No.13 in G minor

(CM, PP, GP, VM, RS, FT, AN)

9 I. Largo         3’14

10 II. Fuga       3’04

11 III. Largo     1’57

12 IV. Spiritoso            1’49

No.16 in F

(CM, PP, GP, DR, RS, FT, AN)

13 I. Affettuoso            3’23

14 II. Fuga       3’01

15 III. Un poco andante           2’29

16 IV. Allegro 2’04

No.6 in D minor

(CM, PP, GP, DR, RS, FT, AN)

17 I. Amoroso 2’30

18 II. Allegro    3’06

19 III. Largo     1’37

20 IV. Allegro 1’52

No.17 in A minor

(CM, PP, GP, DR, RS, FT, MC, AN)

21 I. Allegro     1’34

22 II. Andante 1’01

23 III. Spiritoso            2’51

24 IV. Largo     1’58

25 V. Allegro   1’54

 

Corina Marti (CM) recorder

Capella Tiberina on period instruments

Paolo Perrone (PP), Christoph Rudolf (CR),

Massimo Merone (MM) violin I

Gabriele Politi (GP), Christoph Rudolf (CR),

Giancarlo Ceccacci (GC), Alberto Caponi (AC) violin II

Lorenzo Rundo (LR) viola

Daniel Rosin (DR), Viola Mattioni (VM) cello

Roberto Stilo (RS) double bass

Francesco Tomasi (FT), Mirko Arnone (MA),

Daniele Caminiti (DC) theorbo and Baroque guitar

Massimo Carrano (MC) percussion

 

Paolo Perrone (PP) concertmaster

Alexandra Nigito (AN) maestro al cembalo

 

Total time        59’04

 

Recording: 4–7 April and 4–7 May 2011, Chiesa di Sant'Isidoro a Capo le Case, Rome

 

 

 

CD24

Francesco Onofrio Manfredini 1684–1762

Concerti Grossi Op.3

Concerto in F Op.3 No.1

1 I. Allegro assai – Adagio       2’05

2 II. Presto       1’42

3 III. Allegro     1’01

Concerto in A minor Op.3 No.2

4 I. Presto – Adagio     2’16

5 II. Allegro      1’41

6 III. Allegro     1’12

Concerto in E minor Op.3 No.3

7 I. Allegro       1’44

8 II. Largo        1’01

9 III. Presto      1’07

10 IV. Presto    0’59

Concerto in B flat Op.3 No.4

11 I. Allegro     1’32

12 II. Adagio    0’59

13 III. Presto    1’34

14 IV. Allegro 0’46

Concerto in D minor Op.3 No.5

15 I. Adagio     0’36

16 II. Allegro    2’06

17 III. Andante e piano sempre – Adagio        1’17

18 IV. Allegro 2’05

Concerto in D Op.3 No.6

19 I. Allegro     2’56

20 II. Adagio – Presto – Adagio           1’29

21 III. Allegro   2’40

Concerto in G Op.3 No.7

22 I. Allegro     2’06

23 II. Adagio    1’43

24 III. Presto    2’17

Concerto in F Op.3 No.8

25 I. Grave – Allegro   2’05

26 II. Adagio    0’50

27 III. Presto – Adagio             0’46

28 IV. Presto    2’13

Concerto in D Op.3 No.9

29 I. Adagio     1’04

30 II. Presto     1’33

31 III. Largo     2’17

32 IV. Allegro 2’14

Concerto in G minor Op.3 No.10

33 I. Adagio     1’28

34 II. Allegro    2’46

35 III. Largo     1’57

36 IV. Allegro 2’30

Concerto in C minor Op.3 No.11

37 I. Allegro     2’43

38 II. Adagio    2’35

39 III. Allegro   1’58

Concerto in C Op.3 No.12

(Concerto grosso per il santissimo natale)

40 I. Pastorale: Largo 4’34

41 II. Largo      1’58

42 III. Allegro   2’33

 

Capella Istropolitana

Jaroslav Krcek conductor

 

Total time        78’26

 

Recording: 4–6 June 1996 (Nos. 1–7), 6–8 February (Nos. 8–10) & May 1991 (No.12), Moyzes Hall, Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, Slovakia

 

 

CD25

Alessandro Marcello 1669–1747

Oboe Concerto in D minor

6 Concertos ‘La cetra’

Concerto in D minor*

for oboe, strings and continuo

1 I. Andante e spiccato           3’22

2 II. Adagio      3’43

3 III. Presto      4’06

6 Concertos ‘La Cetra’

No.1 in D

4 I. Allegro assai          2’11

5 II. Larghetto 2’50

6 III. Vivace     3’35

No.2 in E

7 I. Allegro assai          1’34

8 II. Moderato 3’09

9 III. Spiritoso ma non presto   2’50

No.3 in B minor

10 I. Andante larghetto            6’19

11 II. Adagio    1’30

12 III. Presto    4’03

No.4 in E minor

13 I. Moderato             2’21

14 II. Largo appoggiato           3’10

15 III. Allegro   2’07

No.5 in B flat

16 I. Moderato             2’53

17 II. Larghetto staccato          1’41

18 III. Presto ma non molto     2’21

No.6 in G

19 I. Allegro     2’31

20 II. Larghetto            3’22

21 III. Vivace   2’41

 

Andrea Mion oboe (1–3)

 

Insieme Strumentale di Roma

 

Concertino

Giorgio Sasso*, Paolo Perrone* violin

Diego Roncalli* cello

 

Ripieno

Manuel Granatiero, Laura Colucci transverse flute

Andrea Mion*, Elisabeth Passot oboe

Gian Claudio Del Moro, Laura Corolla,

Prisca Amori, Alberto Caponi violin

Gabriele Politi*, Laura Quarantiello viola

Alberto Senatore cello · Luca Cola* double bass

Maria De Martini bassoon

Marco Silvi* harpsichord

 

Giorgio Sasso director

 

 

Total time        62’29

 

Recording: July 2013, Basilica di Sant’Alessio, Rome

 

 

CD26

Benedetto Marcello 1686–1762

Concerti a cinque Op.1 Nos. 1–6

Concerto No.1 in D

1 I. Grave e staccato   2’31

2 II. Allegro      1’50

3 III. Largo       1’30

4 IV. Presto      1’51

Concerto No.2 in E minor

5 I. Adagio staccato    3’09

6 II. Allegro assai         1’44

7 III. Adagio e staccato           3’44

8 IV. Prestissimo          2’28

Concerto No.3 in E

9 I. Adagio e staccato             1’55

10 II. Allegro assai       3’23

11 III. Adagio   1’36

12 IV. Presto    1’21

Concerto No.4 in F

13 I. Largo       2’11

14 II. Allegro    2’18

15 III. Adagio   1’32

16 IV. Prestissimo        2’22

Concerto No.5 in B minor

17 I. Adagio     3’31

18 II. Allegro    2’09

19 III. Adagio e staccato         1’34

20 IV. Allegro 1’53

Concerto No.6 in B flat

21 I. Allegro assai        1’24

22 II. Largo e staccato             1’50

23 III. Allegro   1’56

24 IV. Largo e staccato           0’49

25 V. Allegro vivace    2’38

 

Franco Fantini (Nos. 1–4),

Tino Bacchetta (Nos. 5 & 6) solo violin

Genunzio Ghetti cello

Mariella Sorelli harpsichord

 

I Solisti di Milano

Angelo Ephrikian conductor

 

 

Total time        54’11

 

 

Recording: 8–14 March 1967, Villa Litta, Milan, Italy

 

 

CD27

Carlo Antonio Marino c.1670–after 1717

Sonata a cinque per archi e basso

continuo Op.3

Sonate a quattro per archi e basso

continuo Op.6

Concerto a quattro per archi e basso continuo

Sonate a cinque Op.3

Sonata decima

1 I. [Adagio]     1’43

2 II. [Allegro]    1’42

3 III. [Largo]     3’02

4 IV. [Allegro] 1’48

Sonata undicesima

5 I. [Largo]       1’52

6 II. Allegro      1’44

7 III. Grave – Allegro – Adagio            1’28

8 IV. Allegro – Adagio – Presto – Adagio        0’46

9 V. Allegro     1’54

Sonata nona

10 I. Allegro     1’26

11 II. Largo      1’37

12 III. Adagio – Presto – Allegro          3’42

Sonata dodicesima

13 I. Allegro     1’37

14 II. Largo      2’19

15 III. Allegro   1’11

16 IV. Largo     1’33

17 V. Allegro   0’44

18 VI. Allegro 2’42

Sonate a quattro Op.6

Sonata settima

19 I. Grave       2’22

20 II. Allegro    1’30

21 III. Largo     2’00

22 IV. Allegro 1’38

Sonata nona

23 I. Allegro     1’28

24 II. Adagio    1’13

25 III. Allegro   1’45

26 IV. Largo     0’25

27 V. Allegro   1’15

Sonata undicesima

28 I. Largo – Adagio    2’57

29 II. Adagio    2’04

Concerto a quattro per archi e basso

continuo

30 I. Andante staccato            1’09

31 II. Allegro – Largo   4’39

32 III. Largo     1’58

33 IV. Allegro – Allegro           1’55

34 V. Allegro   4’33

 

Orchestra da camera ‘Carlo Antonio Marino’

Natale Arnoldi violin

 

 

Total time        66’28

 

Recording: July 2011, Chiesa di S. Rocco Albino, Bergamo, Italy

 

 

CD28

Pietro Nardini 1722–1793

Complete String Quartets

String Quartet No.1 in A

1 I. Allegro       4’40

2 II. Comodo    6’25

String Quartet No.2 in C

3 I. Allegro       3’54

4 II. Adagio      1’37

5 III. Allegretto             3’16

String Quartet No.3 in B flat

6 I. Allegro moderato   7’38

7 II. Andante    6’20

String Quartet No.4 in F

8 I. Adagio       1’05

9 II. Allegro      5’42

10 III. Tempo di Minuet           4’02

String Quartet No.5 in G

11 I. Allegro     6’09

12 II. Andante legato   4’33

String Quartet No.6 in E flat

13 I. Allegro     7’05

14 II. Comodo 6’07

 

Quartetto Eleusi

Mauro Massa, Andrea Vassalle violins

Simone Laghi viola · Valeria Brunelli cello

 

Total time        68’40

 

Recording: 20–22 January 2012, Scuola della Carità, Padua, Italy

 

 

CD29

Giovanni Battista Pergolesi 1710–1736

Opere Strumentali

Concerto in B flat for violin and strings

1 I. Allegro       4’47

2 II. Largo        4’53

3 III. Allegro     4’07

4 Allegro in F for organ            5’41

5 Allegro in G for organ           1’56

Sonata in G for violin and basso continuo

6 Largo – Allegro – Largo – Spiritoso 8’12

Trio Sonata in B flat for 2 violins, cello and harpsichord

7 Allegro – Adagio – Tempo di Minuet           6’55

Trio Sonata in B minor for 2 violins, cello and harpsichord

8 Allegro assai – Largo – Allegro         8’50

Trio Sonata in C for 2 violins, cello and harpsichord

9 Allegro – Adagio – Allegro   8’01

Sinfonia in F for cello and harpsichord

10 I. Comodo   1’22

11 II. Allegro    1’53

12 III. Adagio   2’12

13 IV. Presto    1’19

 

I Solisti di Milano

Roberto Bortoluzzi, Angelo Ephrikian violins

Genunzio Ghetti, Angelo Pocaterra cellos

Franco Scotto bass

Francesco Degrada positive organ and harpsichord

 

Angelo Ephrikian conductor

 

Total time        60’40

 

Recording: 12–19 March 1966, Villa Litta, Milan, Italy

 

 

 

CD30

Nicola Porpora 1686–1768

6 Sonatas for cello concertante, violin and

basso continuo by Nicola Porpora and

Giovanni Battista Costanzi

Sonata No.1

1 I. Amoroso    2’37

2 II. Allegro      1’49

3 III. Tempo giusto      1’51

4 IV. Allegro    3’02

Sonata No.2

5 I. Affettuoso 2’00

6 II. Allegro      2’35

7 III. Adagio     1’47

8 IV. Allegro    2’50

Sonata No.3

9 I. Adagio       2’34

10 II. Allegro    2’34

11 III. Adagio staccato            1’50

12 IV. Allegro 2’16

Sonata No.4

13 I. Adagio e staccato           2’29

14 II. Allegro    2’39

15 III. Adagio   1’20

16 IV. Allegro staccato            2’32

Sonata No.5

17 I. Adagio     2’38

18 II. Allegro    2’38

19 III. Adagio   1’38

20 IV. Allegro 3’24

Sonata No.6

21 I. Adagio     2’53

22 II. Allegro    2’33

23 III. Largo     1’38

24 IV. Allegro staccato            3’24

 

 

Adriano Fazio cello concertante

(Anon., 19th century)

 

 

Katarzyna Solecka violin

Anna Camporini cello

Pedro Alcacer theorbo

Lorenzo Profita harpsichord (Sebastiano Cali, 2010, after Johannes Couchet, 1679 (Flemish)

 

 

Total time        56’36

 

 

Recording: March 2016, Cappella Sclafani, Basilica San Francesco d’Assisi, Palermo, Italy

 

 

CD31

Giovanni Benedetto Platti c.1692–1763

Works from the Library of the Counts of Schönborn

Concerto in A for obbligato cello and strings D-WD 654*

1 I. Allegro       4’58

2 II. Largo e cantabile             5’17

3 III. Presto      3’43

Concerto grosso in D after Sonata Op.5 No.1 by Corelli D-WD 538*

4 I. Grave – Allegro – Adagio – Grave –          3’11

Allegro – Adagio

5 II. Allegro      2’22

6 III. Allegro     1’04

7 IV. Adagio    2’52

8 V. Allegro     1’38

 

Andrea Rognoni, Isabella Bison violins

Franziska Romaner cello

 

Concerto in D minor for obbligato cello and strings D-WD 657

9 I. Non tanto allegro   4’56

10 II. Adagio    4’26

11 III. Alla breve: Fuga            4’46

Concerto grosso in C after Sonata Op.5 No.3 by Corelli D-WD 539*

12 I. Adagio     2’37

13 II. Allegro    1’55

14 III. Adagio   3’13

15 IV. Allegro 1’02

16 V. Allegro   2’28

 

Andrea Rognoni violin

Franziska Romaner cello

 

Concerto in D for obbligato cello and strings D-WD 650

17 I. Allegro     4’04

18 II. Adagio    3’30

19 III. Allegro   5’11

 

Ensemble Cordia

Stefano Veggetti cello (1–3, 9–11, 17–19) & conductor

 

* world premiere recordings

 

 

Total time        63’23

 

Recording: 5–7 August 2011, Kiens, South Tyrol, Italy

 

 

CD32

Giovanni Benedetto Platti c.1692–1763

Sonatas and Trios

Sonata à Oboe, Violoncello e Basso in G minor

1 I. Adagio       2’48

2 II. Allegro      3’26

3 III. Adagio     2’54

4 IV. Allegro    3’38

Sonata à Violoncello Solo e Basso

Continuo in D minor

5 I. Largo         1’59

6 II. Allegro      1’56

7 III. Adagio     2’00

8 IV. Fuga: A tempo giusto      1’49

Trio con Oboe e Faghotto Obligato

(e Basso Continuo) in C minor

9 I. Adagio       2’42

10 II. Allegro    3’03

11 III. Adagio   1’43

12 IV. Allegro 2’06

Sonata à Violoncello Solo e Basso

Continuo in G minor*

13 I. Adagio     3’19

14 II. Non presto          2’27

15 III. Largo     2’50

16 IV. Allegro 1’43

Sonata à Oboe Solo e Basso

Continuo in C minor

17 I. Adagio assai        2’08

18 II. Allegro assai       3’34

19 III. Non tanto adagio           3’14

20 IV. Giga: Presto      2’03

Sonata a tre cioè Violino overo Oboe,

Violoncello e Basso in G

21 I. Adagio     2’55

22 II. Allegro    4’23

23 III. Largo     2’37

24 IV. Allegro 4’06

 

 

Ensemble Cordia

Alfredo Bernardini oboe (Paul Orriols, La Geltrú after Thomas Stanesby Jr, London, c.1730)

Stefano Veggetti cello (5–8, 13–16) (Nicola Gagliano, Naples, 1737); cello piccolo (1–4, 21–24)

(Johannes Jais, Bulsani in Tyrol, 1776)

Alberto Grazzi bassoon (P. de Koningh, 1999 after J.H. Eichentopf, first half 18th century)

Franziska Romaner cello continuo (Italian Basset, 18th century)

Anna Fontana harpsichord (G. Facchini & A. Martini, Ravenna, 2000 after Italian anon., first half 18th century)

 

 

* world premiere recording

 

 

Total time        65’38

 

Recording: 2–4 November 2005, Verein Haus St Georgen, South Tyrol, Italy

 

 

CD33

Giovanni Battista Sammartini 1701–1775

Late Symphonies

Symphony in A JC63

1 I. Presto        4’16

2 II. Andante piano      4’16

3 III. Presto      3’10

Symphony in D JC22

4 I. Presto        4’44

5 II. Assai andante       2’22

6 III. Allegrissimo         2’54

Quintet No.5 in E for 3 violins, viola, cello and basso continuo

7 I. Allegrissimo           3’35

8 II. Allegrino   4’55

9 III. Allegro moderato             4’13

Symphony in E JC31

10 I. Allegro assai        5’31

11 II. Andante 2’43

12 III. Allegro spiritoso e brillante        2’41

Symphony in A JC60

13 I. Allegro moderato             5’45

14 II. Allegrino             3’40

15 III. Allegro brillante             3’25

 

Accademia d’Arcadia on period instruments

Alessandra Rossi Lürig conductor

 

Total time        58’41

 

Recording: 4–9 July 2005 & 1–4 November 2005, Chiesa di San Vincenzo, Eupilio, Italy

 

 

CD34

Giovanni Battista Sammartini 1701–1775

Late Symphonies

Symphony in D JC11

1 I. Allegro maestoso   5’05

2 II. Andante    3’29

3 III. Presto      2’18

Symphony in E flat JC28

4 I. Allegro assai          4’42

5 II. Andante allegrino             3’30

6 III. Allegrissimo         2’52

Symphony in D JC17

7 I. Spiritoso assai        2’49

8 II. Andante allegrino             5’07

9 III. Presto      1’59

Symphony in G JC40

10 I. Presto      5’14

11 II. Allegrino             2’08

12 III. Presto    2’20

Symphony in E flat JC26

13 I. Allegro assai        6’03

14 II. Allegrino             2’37

15 III. Allegrissimo       3’25

 

Accademia d’Arcadia on period instruments

Alessandra Rossi Lürig conductor

 

 

Total time        53’51

 

Recording: 3–6 October 2008, Chiesa di San Vincenzo, Eupilio, Italy

 

 

CD35

Giuseppe Sammartini 1695–1750

Recorder Concertos and Sonatas

Concerto in F for recorder and strings

1 I. Allegro       4’00

2 II. Siciliano   5’09

3 III. Allegro     4’00

Sonata in No.11 in F for recorder and strings (Parma Manuscript)

4 I. Andante     3’23

5 II. Allegro      2’36

6 III. Adagio     2’01

7 IV. Andante – Allegro           5’04

Sonata in B flat No.21 for recorder and basso continuo (Sibley Manuscript)

8 I. Allegro       3’34

9 II. Adagio      2’06

10 III. Allegro   2’05

 

Giovanni Battista Sammartini 1701–1775

Sonata in D minor for harpsichord

(Ms.I-Bc Mart. 2.4.18)

11 I. Andantino            4’35

 

Giuseppe Sammartini

Sonata in F No.23 for recorder and

basso continuo (Sibley Manuscript)

12 I. Andante   3’34

13 II. Allegro    2’50

14 III. Adagio   1’50

15 IV. Andante            2’24

Sonata in A minor for cello and

basso continuo

16 I. Andante   5’35

17 II. Allegro    2’38

18 III. Menuetto           3’02

Trio Sonata in G Op.1 No.4 for

2 recorders and basso continuo

19 I. Spiritoso 4’57

20 II. Andante 3’20

21 III. Allegro   2’42

 

Collegium Pro Musica

Stefano Bagliano recorder and conductor

Manuel Staropoli recorder

Federico Guglielmo, Valerio Giannarelli violin

Marco Diatto viola · Alberto Pisani cello

Diego Cantalupi theorbo · Andrea Coen harpsichord

 

 

Total time        71’34

 

 

Recording: 28–30 September 2008, Church of Santa Maria del Prato, Genoa, Italy

 

 

CD36

Federico Maria Sardelli b.1963

Baroque Concertos · Psalm · Chamber Music

Domine ad adjuvandum me (2013)

Psalm 69 for soprano, strings and basso continuo

1 I. Domine ad adjuvandum me:         2’25

Allegro molto

2 II. Sicut erat in principio:

Andante molto             3’42

3 III. Gloria Patri: Largo           1’12

4 IV. Amen: Allegro assai        1’49

 

Roberta Mameli soprano

 

Concerto in G minor for oboe,

strings and basso continuo (2013)

5 I. Allegro       4’03

6 II. Largo        1’42

7 III. Allegro     3’11

 

Paolo Pollastri oboe

 

Concerto in B minor for violin,

strings and basso continuo (2011)

8 I. Allegro ma poco    5’04

9 II. Largo        3’13

10 III. Allegro   3’11

 

Anton Martynov violin

 

Concerto in G minor for cello,

strings and basso continuo (2008)

11 I. Andante molto     5’37

12 II. Adagio    3’29

13 III. Allegro ma poco            3’36

 

Vittorio Ceccanti cello

 

Concerto in A for strings and basso continuo

(2008) (excerpts)

14 I. Allegro     1’43

15 II. Largo      1’19

16 Fuga del Sepolcro a 4 in A minor (2011)   2’53

for strings and basso continuo

17 Fuga Postale a 4 in G (2007)          2’39

for strings and basso continuo

18 Fuga Arguta a 4 in B flat (2012)     2’40

for strings and basso continuo

Suite de Pièces pour le Clavecin (2013) (excerpts)

19 La Lunatique          5’23

20 Le Plaintif   4’12

21 L’Étonnement         3’06

22 Tambourin I & II     3’04

 

Giulia Nuti harpsichord

 

 

Modo Antiquo

Federico Maria Sardelli conductor

 

 

Total time        69’28

 

Recording: 7–9 May 2013, Oratorio di S. Francesco Poverino, Florence

 

 

CD37

Alessandro Scarlatti 1660–1725

12 Sinfonie di concerto grosso (1715)

Sinfonia No.2 in D ‘Concertata con li ripieni’ for recorder, trumpet, strings and basso continuo

1 I. Spiritoso    0’58

2 II. Adagio      1’02

3 III. Allegro     1’59

4 IV. Adagio    1’26

5 V. Presto       2’01

Sinfonia No.3 in D minor for recorder,

strings and basso continuo

6 I. Vivace       0’39

7 II. Adagio      1’37

8 III. Andante   2’05

9 IV. Adagio    1’16

10 V. Allegro   1’50

Sinfonia No.6 in A minor for recorder,

strings and basso continuo

11 I. Vivace     0’38

12 II. Adagio    1’42

13 III. Allegro   2’05

14 IV. Adagio 1’43

15 V. Allegro   1’05

Sinfonia No.7 in G minor for recorder,

strings and basso continuo

16 I. Moderato             0’52

17 II. Moderato            2’41

18 III. Grave     2’09

19 IV. Allegro 1’09

Sinfonia No.8 in G for recorder, strings and

basso continuo

20 I. Allegrissimo         0’56

21 II. Adagio    1’20

22 III. Allegro   1’45

23 IV. Adagio 1’04

24 V. Vivace    1’13

Sinfonia No.12 in C minor ‘La geniale’

for recorder, strings and basso continuo

25 I. Adagio e staccato           1’50

26 II. Andante giusto   2’24

27 III. Adagio   2’17

28 IV. Andante moderato        2’20

 

Corina Marti recorder

Giuseppe Frau trumpet

 

Capella Tiberina on period instruments

Massimo Merone, Sonoko Asabuki,

Drissi Battah violin I

Gabriele Politi, Giancarlo Ceccacci,

Matthew Lonson, Céline Lamarre violin II

Gian Claudio Del Moro, Maria Antonietta Losito viola

Gioele Gusberti, Sarah Souza-Simon cello

Roberto Stilo double bass

Tiziana Azzone theorbo and Baroque guitar

 

Paolo Perrone concertmaster

Alexandra Nigito maestro al cembalo

 

 

Total time        44’32

 

Recording: 7–9 July 2014, Christkatholische Kirche, Möhlin, Switzerland

 

 

CD38

Alessandro Scarlatti 1660–1725

12 Sinfonie di concerto grosso (1715)

Sinfonia No.1 in F for 2 recorders, strings and basso continuo

1 I. Allegro       0’50

2 II. Adagio      0’54

3 III. Allegro     1’50

4 IV. Adagio    0’53

5 V. Allegro     1’19

Sinfonia No.4 in E minor for recorder,

oboe, strings and basso continuo

6 I. Vivace       0’51

7 II. Adagio      1’08

8 III. Allegro     1’43

9 IV. Adagio    1’35

10 V. Allegro   1’49

Sinfonia No.5 in D minor for 2 recorders,

strings and basso continuo

11 I. Spiritoso e staccato         1’11

12 II. Adagio    1’36

13 III. Allegro   2’14

14 IV. Adagio 1’35

15 V. Allegro assai       1’30

Sinfonia No.9 in G minor for recorder,

strings and basso continuo

16 I. Vivace     0’42

17 II. Adagio    1’23

18 III. Moderato           2’31

19 IV. Adagio 1’38

20 V. Allegrissimo        1’11

21 VI. Menuet 0’54

Sinfonia No.10 in A minor for recorder,

strings and basso continuo

22 I. Vivace     0’43

23 II. Adagio    1’26

24 III. Allegro   2’16

25 IV. Adagio 1’35

26 V. Allegrissimo        1’16

Sinfonia No.11 in C for recorder, strings and basso continuo

27 I. Spiritoso 0’43

28 II. Lento      2’00

29 III. Allegro   1’48

30 IV. Adagio 1’15

31 V. Allegro   1’27

 

Capella Tiberina on period instruments

Corina Marti recorder

Ann Allen oboe/recorder II

Paolo Perrone concertmaster

Alexandra Nigito maestro al cembalo (harpsichord/organ)

 

Christoph Rudolf, Massimo Merone, Coline Ormond, Lina Manrique violin I

Gabriele Politi, Alberto Caponi, Giancarlo Ceccacci, Rafael Maldonado violin II

Margreet van der Heyden, Matthew Lonson, Daniel Frisch viola

Sophie Lamberbourg, Sarah Souza-Simon, Zin Young Yi cello

Roberto Stilo, Federico Abraham double bass

Krishnasol Jimenez, Diego de Abrantes theorbo/Baroque guitar

 

 

Total time        44’15

 

Recording: 21–24 January, Christkatholische Kirche, Zuzgen, Switzerland

 

 

 

CD39

Alessandro Stradella 1639–1682

Complete String Sinfonias

Sinfonia in C No.1 for 2 violins and continuo

1 I. Grave – Allegro     2’06

2 II. Allegro      1’35

3 III. Largo       1’40

4 IV. Presto      1’36

Sinfonia No.8 in A minor for 2 violins and continuo

5 I. Allegro       0’52

6 II. Andante    2’32

7 III. Allegro     2’03

8 IV. Allegro    2’27

Sinfonia No.2 in D for 2 violins and continuo

9 I. Adagio – Allegro   1’49

10 II. Vivace    0’43

11 III. Grave – Presto   1’19

12 IV. Presto    1’42

Sinfonia No.5 in F for 2 violins and continuo

13 I. Allegro     1’18

14 II. Adagio    2’17

15 III. Largo – Allegro 2’12

16 IV. Presto    0’42

17 Sinfonia No.1 in D minor  for violin, cello and continuo    8’02

Sinfonia No.3 in D for 2 violins and continuo

18 I. Allegro     1’18

19 II. Allegro    1’30

20 III. Adagio   2’59

21 IV. Allegro 2’30

22 V. Presto     0’59

Sinfonia No.7 in G for 2 violins and continuo

23 I. Largo       1’52

24 II. Vivace    1’23

25 III. Allegro   1’12

26 IV. Allegro 0’51

Sinfonia No.9 in A minor for 2 violins and continuo

27 I. Largo – Allegro    1’30

28 II. Presto – Adagio 0’42

29 III. Allegro   0’53

30 IV. Presto    1’31

31 Sinfonia No.2 in B flat        6’27

Sinfonia No.4 in D for 2 violins and continuo

32 I. Grave – Allegro   1’13

33 II. Allegro    1’06

34 III. Largo     1’06

35 IV. Presto    0’43

Sinfonia No.6 in F for 2 violins and continuo

36 I. Grave – Allegro   1’43

37 II. Largo      1’32

38 III. Allegro   1’14

39 IV. Presto    1’37

 

Ensemble Arte Musica

Marco Piantoni · Nunzia Sorrentino violin

(Montanucci & Rivoli, 2013, after Giovanni Paolo Maggini, c.1620; Loeiz Honoré, 1994, after Stradivari)

Rebeca Ferri cello (André Mehler, 2011, after Martinus Kaiser, 1679)

Francesco Cera harpsichord (Formentelli, 1987 after Cristofori, c.1690) and organ (Anon., Neapolitan School, 1772)

 

 

Recording: 30 May–2 June 2015, Refectory Room of the Franciscan Convent, Lustra Cilento, Italy

 

 

CD40

Alessandro Stradella 1639–1682

Opere Strumentali

Sonata in D for 8 violas and trumpet

1 Allegro – Aria – Allegro – Aria          7’19

2 Sonata a quattro in D           2’29

for 2 violins and 2 cornetts, divided

into 2 groups

Concerto Grosso No.24 in D for violas

3 Adagio, Allegro – Largo, Allegro – Allegro   7’45

Sonata in B flat for violin, cello and basso continuo*

4 Andante mosso – Largo – Allegro – Andante –        7’32

Largo – Allegro moderato – Allegro

5 Sonata in A minor for violin and basso continuo†    14’22

Theme with 24 Variations

 

 

G. Adamo, W. Bignami, G. Nalesso, F. Zampieri violins

G. Alessandri, F. Borgatti, A. Burattin violas

F. Bruni, N. Cicoria, E. Emiliani basses

E. Fadini harpsichord

M. I. De Carli organ

E. Tarr, H. Eichorn trumpets and cornetts

 

Continuo

*A. Ephrikian violin

A. Pocaterra cello

M. I. De Carli organ

†M. Ferraris violin

E. Miori cello

M. I. De Carli harpsichord

 

Total time        39’39

 

Recording: 22–30 September 1971, Villa Litta, Milan, Italy, Villa Litta, Milan, Italy

CD41

Giuseppe Tartini 1692–1770

Sei Sonate Opera Prima, Libro Primo

Sonate a violino e violoncello e cimbalo

dedicate a Sua Eccellenza il Signor Girolamo

Ascanio da Giustiniani da Giuseppe Tartini

opera prima Amsterdam Spesa di Michele

Carlo Le Cène 1734

Sonata No.1 in A (A14)

1 I. Grave         1’42

2 II. Allegro      2’18

3 III. Adagio     0’25

4 IV. Presto      4’05

Sonata No.2 in F (F9)

5 I. Adagio       0’42

6 II. Allegro      2’00

7 III. Adagio     0’53

8 IV. Allegro assai        2’10

Sonata No.3 in C (C11)

9 I. Grave         2’06

10 II. Allegro    3’02

11 III. Adagio   1’01

12 IV. Allegro assai      4’10

Sonata No.4 in G (G17)

13 I. Grave       1’25

14 II. Allegro    3’02

16 IV. Allegro assai      2’53

Sonata No.5 in E minor (e6)

17 I. Largo       2’20

18 II. Allegro    3’15

19 III. Adagio   0’40

20 IV. Allegro assai      2’50

 

 

Sonata No.6 in D (D12)

20 I. Adagio     0’56

21 II. Allegro    3’03

22 III. Larghetto           3’08

23 IV. Allegro 1’53

 

Federico Guglielmo Baroque violin (Franz Xaverl, 1752)

 

L’Arte dell’Arco

Francesco Galligioni Baroque cello

Roberto Loreggian harpsichord

 

Recording: 5–7 October 2015, Abbazia di S.Maria di Carceri, Padua, Italy

 

 

CD42

Carlo Tessarini da Rimini c.1690–c.1767

Trio Sonatas Op.12 · Two Sonatas for flute and continuo

Sei Sonate a flauto traversiere, violino e

basso, opera XII, Paris s.d. (c.1745)

Due Sonate per traversiere e basso continuo

Trio Sonata Op.12 No.1 in G

1 I. Vivace       3’36

2 II. Largo        3’18

3 III. Allegro     2’16

Trio Sonata Op.12 No.2 in D minor

4 I. Spiritoso    3’17

5 II. Largo        2’58

6 III. Presto      1’35

Flute Sonata No.9 in A minor Op.2

7 I. Andante     1’24

8 II. Allegro      2’23

9 III. Largo cantabile   2’21

10 IV. Allegro 2’33

Trio Sonata Op.12 No.3 in B flat

11 I. Allegro     4’06

12 II. Andante siciliana           2’44

13 III. Allegro   2’25

Trio Sonata Op.12 No.4 in G

14 I. Vivace     2’26

15 II. Andante 2’51

16 III. Allegro   2’05

Flute Sonata No.6 in D Op.14

17 I. Allegro     3’11

18 II. Andante 1’54

19 III. Presto    3’25

Trio Sonata Op.12 No.5 in C

20 I. Allegro     3’20

21 II. Andante 2’30

22 III. Minuetto            1’29

Trio Sonata Op.12 No.6 in A

23 I. Vivace     2’17

24 II. Adagio    2’37

25 III. Allegro assai      1’41

 

Il Bell’Accordo Ensemble

Gabriele Formenti flute

Micol Vitali violin

Marlise Goidanich cello

Samir Suez theorbo and Baroque guitar

Luca Ambrosio harpsichord

 

 

Total time        64’47

 

Recording: 4–5 October 2008, Pieve Protoromanica, Palazzo Pignano, Cremona, Italy

 

 

 

CD43

Giuseppe Torelli 1658–1709

Complete Trumpet Concertos

Concerto ‘Estienne Roger’

1 I. Allegro       1’46

2. II. Adagio     1’54

3 III. Presto      1’25

Sonata G1

4 I. Andante     1’38

5 II. Allegro      1’28

6 III. Grave       1’41

7 IV. Allegro    1’31

Sinfonia G2

8 I. Allegro       1’00

9 II. Grave        1’49

10 III. Allegro   1’30

Sinfonia G3

11 I. Adagio     1’24

12 II. Grave – Allegro 1’47

13 III. Allegro   1’01

Sinfonia G4

14 I. Presto      1’01

15 II. Adagio e spiccato – Presto         0’55

16 III. Allegro   1’00

Sonata G5

17 I. Adagio     0’37

18 II. Allegro e staccato          1’18

19 III. Adagio   0’30

20 IV. Allegro 0’56

Sonata G6

21 I. Vivace     1’12

22 II. Adagio – Largo   0’48

23 III. Allegro come stà           1’46

Sonata G7

24 I. Grave – Allegro   1’09

25 II. Grave      1’16

26 III. Allegro   1’07

27 IV. Grave    0’26

28 V. Allegro   1’20

Sinfonia G8

29 I. Allegro     1’45

30 II. Adagio    0’33

31 III. Allegro   0’41

32 IV. Allegro 1’39

Sinfonia in D G9

33 I. Allegro     2’03

34 II. Prestissimo – Adagio      0’35

35 III. Allegro   1’16

Sinfonia in D G10

36 I. Allegro     1’08

37 II. Presto – Adagio 0’51

38 III. Allegro   0’52

39 IV. Adagio – Allegro           1’42

 

Thomas Hammes trumpet I

Peter Leiner trumpet II

 

European Chamber Soloists

Nicol Matt conductor

 

Total time        48’21

 

Recording: 28 June–1 July 2004, Sendesaal Villa Berg des Südwestrundfunks (SWR), Stuttgart, Germany

 

 

 

 

CD44

Giuseppe Torelli 1658–1709

Complete Trumpet Concertos

Sinfonia con Tromba G11

1 I. Allegro       1’36

2. II. Presto – Adagio   0’30

3 III. Allegro     1’34

Sonata in D G13

4 I. Allegro       1’33

5 II. Largo – Allegro – Largo    1’38

6 III. Allegro     1’11

Sinfonia avanti l’Opera G14

7 I. Allegro       1’13

8 II. Largo e spicco      0’30

9 III. Allegro     0’59

Sonata a cinque G15

10 I. Presto      0’36

11 II. Adagio – Presto 1’08

12 III. Allegro   0’46

Sinfonia con Trombe é Violini G16

13 I. Allegro     1’52

14 II. Grave – Allegro 1’22

15 III. Allegro   1’48

Concerto con Trombe G18

16 I. Largo assai          1’01

17 II. Allegro    2’02

18 III. Adagio e staccato         1’54

19 IV. Allegro 1’54

Sinfonia con Trombe G20

20 I. Allegro     1’43

21 II. Adagio – Largo e staccato         1’05

22 III. Allegro   1’13

23 IV. Allegro 1’11

Sinfonia con due Trombe G21

24 I. Presto      1’17

25 II. Adagio e staccato – Allegro staccato e piano    1’00

26 III. Allegro   1’43

Sinfonia con due Trombe é Instrumenti G22

27 I. Vivace e staccato            0’51

28 II. Largo e staccato – Vivace – Grave        1’07

29 III. Allegro   2’11

Sinfonia in D G23

30 I. Allegro     2’19

31 II. Largo – Allegro   1’48

32 III. Vivace   2’14

Concerto in D G24 for 2 trumpets and basso continuo

33 I. Allegro     2’23

34 II. Largo e staccato – Presto           1’48

35 III. Allegro   1’48

 

Thomas Hammes trumpet I

Peter Leiner trumpet II

 

European Chamber Soloists

Nicol Matt conductor

 

Total time        50’56

 

Recording: 28 June–1 July 2004, Sendesaal Villa Berg des Südwestrundfunks (SWR), Stuttgart, Germany

 

 

 

 

 

CD45

Francesco Maria Veracini 1690–1768

Violin Sonatas from unpublished manuscripts

Sonata in D minor for violin and basso continuo

1 I. Andante     2’59

2 II. Allegro      3’49

3 III. Adagio     2’23

4 IV. Allegro    2’51

5 Canon ‘Indovinala grillo’*     0’34

from Il trionfo della pratica musicale,

Florence, c.1765

6 Prelude in G for harpsichord             3’21

(improvisation by F. Del Sordo)

Sonata in G for violin and basso continuo**

7 I. Adagio       3’05

8 II. Presto       2’34

9 III. [Largo]     1’10

10 IV. Presto    1’51

11 Canon ‘Chi semina virtù, fama raccoglie’* 0’28

from Il trionfo della pratica musicale

Sonata in A for solo violin*

12 I. Allegro     4’20

13 II. Largo      2’45

14 III. Allegro   6’04

15 Prelude in B flat for harpsichord     2’33

(improvisation by F. Del Sordo)

Sonata in B flat for violin and basso continuo*

16 I. Overtura: Sostenuto – Allegro – Sostenuto          4’51

17 II. Allemande: Vivace         3’16

18 III. Corrente             2’43

19 IV. Cantabile          3’44

20 V. Giga: Allegro      2’54

21 Prelude in D minor for violin           1’37

(improvisation by V. Losito)

Sonata in D minor for violin and basso continuo

22 I. Andante   1’37

23 II. Allegro    1’17

24 III. Cantabile           3’34

25 IV. Allegro 2’12

26 Canon ‘Ut relevet miserum fatum’   2’20

from Sonate Accademiche Op.2, 1744

 

 

Valerio Losito Baroque violin

Federico del Sordo harpsichord

 

 

* world premiere recording

** first commercial recording

 

 

Total time        71’08

 

Recording: October 2013, Chiesa di S. Domenico, Rieti, Italy

 

 

 

CD46

Giovanni Battista Vitali 1632–1692

Varie Sonate alla Francese e all’Itagliana a 6 Op.XI, 1684

Sonata in B flat

1 I. Capriccio primo: Vivace    1’56

2 II. Giga: Allegro        1’04

3 III. Capriccio per violone      3’42

4 IV. Gavotta: Presto    0’53

Sonata in F minor

5 I. Balletto in stile francese: Vivace   1’45

6 II. Corrente alla francese      1’19

7 III. Borea: Presto       1’01

Sonata in A minor

8 I. Capriccio secondo: Vivace           1’43

9 II. Giga: Allegro        1’00

10 III. Gavotta: Presto 1’07

Sonata in C minor

11 I. Balletto per camera primo: Largo            2’58

12 II. Zoppa: Allegro    1’02

13 III. Gavotta: Presto 1’04

Sonata in A flat

14 I. Capriccio terzo: Allegro   2’01

15 II. Balletto secondo per camera: Vivace    1’20

16 III. Giga: Allegro     1’00

Sonata in C

17 I. Introduzione: Largo – Vivace      2’07

18 II. Balletto: Allegro             1’53

19 III. Borea: Presto     0’58

20 IV. Ciacona per violone      2’00

Sonata in E

21 I. Balletto: Vivace   1’59

22 II. Giga: Allegro      1’03

23 III. Gavotta: Presto 1’05

Sonata in D

24 I. Capriccio: Allegro           1’44

25 II. Giga: Allegro      1’36

Sonata in G

26 I. Introduzione: Largo – Allegro      2’01

27 II. Giga: Allegro      1’06

28 III. Sarabanda: Presto         0’58

Sonata in E minor

29 I. Introduzione: Largo         3’24

30 II. Balletto: Vivace 1’16

31 III. Giga: Allegro     1’26

Sinfonia a 6 in D minor

32 Grave – Adagio – Presto     4’47

33 Toccata for solo violin        1’25

34 Grave a 6    1’52

(Omaggio a Vitali di Luigi Cozzolino)

35 Barabano    2’01

 

 

Luigi Cozzolino maestro di concerto

SEMPERCONSORT

Anna Noferini violin II · Luca Giardini violin III

Flavio Flaminio viola · Oliviero Ferri tenor viola

Riccardo Coelati violone

Gabriele Micheli spinetta and organ

Gianluca Lastraioli theorbo and guitar

 

 

Total time        60’04

 

 

Recording: 9–11 August 2008, Villa di Bivigliano, Bivigliano, Florence

 

 

 

 

CD47

Antonio Vivaldi 1678–1741

Il cimento dell’armonia e dell’inventione Op.8

12 Concerti a 4 e 5 e Consacrati

all’Illustrissimo Signor Conte Venceslao

di Morzin (Amsterdam, 1725)

Concerto No.1 in E RV269 ‘La primavera’

for violin, strings and basso continuo

1 I. Allegro       3’09

2 II. Largo        2’37

3 III. Allegro     3’42

Concerto No.2 in G minor RV315 ‘L’estate’

for violin, strings and basso continuo

4 I. Allegro non molto – Allegro          5’04

5 II. Adagio – Presto – Adagio –

Presto – Adagio – Presto –

Adagio – Presto – Adagio        2’39

6 III. Presto      2’43

Concerto No.3 in F RV293 ‘L’autunno’

for violin, strings and basso continuo

7 I. Allegro – Larghetto – Allegro asssai          4’30

8 II. Adagio molto        2’11

9 III. Allegro     3’16

Concerto No.4 in F minor RV297 ‘L’inverno’

for violin, strings and basso continuo

10 I. Allegro non molto            3’22

11 II. Largo      1’42

12 III. Allegro – Lento 3’09

Concerto No.5 in E flat RV253 ‘La tempesta di mare’

for violin, strings and basso continuo

13 I. Presto – Allegro   2’36

14 II. Largo      2’40

15 III. Presto    3’34

Concerto No.6 in C RV180 ‘Il piacere’

for violin, strings and basso continuo

16 I. Allegro     2’48

17 II. Largo e cantabile           2’26

18 III. Allegro   2’32

 

 

Federico Guglielmo solo violin & concertmaster

Pier Luigi Fabretti solo oboe*

 

L’Arte dell’Arco

Isabella Bison violin I · Mauro Massa violin II

Mario Paladin viola · Luigi Puxeddu cello

Alessandro Pivelli violone and double bass

Roberto Loreggian harpsichord and chamber organ

Ivano Zanenghi theorbo and Baroque guitar

 

 

Total time        54’49

 

Recording: 19–21 June 2014, Abbazia di Carceri d’Este, Padua, Italy

 

 

 

CD48

Antonio Vivaldi 1678–1741

Oboe Concertos

Concerto in C RV449 Op.8 No.12

1 I. Allegro       2’57

2 II. Largo        2’52

3 III. Allegro     3’16

Concerto in G minor RV460 Op.11 No.6

4 I. Allegro non tanto   3’43

5 II. Largo        3’02

6 III. Allegro non molto            3’35

Concerto in B flat RV465 Op.7 No.1

7 I. Allegro       2’16

8 II. Adagio      1’42

9 III. Allegro     1’50

Concerto in F RV456 ‘Harmonia Mundi’*

10 I. Largo       3’41

11 II. Allegro – Adagio            2’34

12 III. Presto    1’56

Concerto in D minor RV454 Op.8 No.9

13 I. Allegro     2’58

14 II. Largo      2’16

15 III. Allegro   2’43

Concerto in B flat RV464 Op.7 No.7

16 I. Allegro     2’40

17 II. Largo      1’42

18 III. Allegro   1’48

 

 

Pier Luigi Fabretti oboe

(Pau Orriols, Vilanova i la Geltrú, 2008, after Thomas Stanesby Junior, c.1720)

 

 

L’Arte dell’Arco

Federico Guglielmo violin I & concertmaster

Carlo Lazari violin II

Mario Paladin viola · Luigi Puxeddu cello

Franco Catalini violone

Roberto Loreggian harpsichord and chamber organ

 

 

* first recording on original intruments

 

 

Total time        47’43

 

 

Recording: 1–3 February, 7–10 September & 3–6 November 2012, Abbazia di Carceri d’Este, Padua, Italy

 

 

 

CD49

Antonio Vivaldi 1678–1741

Complete Cello Concertos with strings and basso continuo

Concerto in D minor RV405

1 I. [Without tempo indication]            2’39

2 II. Adagio      3’47

3 III. Allegro     2’18

Concerto in G minor RV417

4 I. Allegro       2’41

5 II. Andante    3’53

6 III. Allegro     3’00

Concerto in D RV403

7 I. Allegro       2’48

8 II. [Without tempo indication]           1’41

9 III. Allegro     2’37

Concerto in F RV410

10 I. Allegro     3’19

11 II. Adagio, solo a piacimento         3’49

12 III. [Without tempo indication]        3’26

Concerto in A minor RV420

13 I. Andante   3’43

14 II. Adagio    3’23

15 III. Allegro   3’26

Concerto in G RV414

16 I. Allegro molto       3’27

17 II. Andante              2’47

18 III. Presto    3’12

Concerto in G minor RV416

19 I. Allegro     3’32

20 II. Adagio (Largo)    3’11

21 III. Allegro   2’47

 

 

Francesco Galligioni cello (Paolo Antonio Testore, Milan, c.1740)

 

L’Arte dell’Arco on original instruments

Federico Guglielmo violin I & concertmaster

Gianpiero Zanocco violin II

Simone Laghi viola

Giuseppe Barutti cello

Alessando Pivelli double bass

Roberto Loreggian harpsichord & chamber organ

Ivano Zanenghi theorbo

 

 

Total time        65’38

 

 

Recording: 20–23 January, 17–19 February, 14–16 April & 26–29 May 2014, Abbey of St Mary of Carceri, Padua, Italy

 

 

 

CD50

Francesco Maria Zuccari 1694–1788

Cello Sonatas

Sonata No.1 in D

(basso continuo: theorbo, harpsichord and Baroque double bass)

1 I. Preludio: Andante             1’44

2 II. Allegro spiritoso    5’05

3 III. Adagio     2’42

4 IV. Allegro assai        1’54

Sonata No.2 in B flat

(basso continuo: theorbo, organ and G violone)

5 I. Preludio: Andante             2’39

6 II. Moderato – Allegro           4’20

7 III. Presto      1’34

Sonata No.3 in G

(basso continuo: theorbo and organ)

8 I. Preludio: Andante             1’58

9 II. Allegro      2’05

10 III. Grave     2’48

11 IV. Presto, e sciolto             1’48

Sonata No.4 in A minor*

(basso continuo: theorbo, harpsichord and Baroque double bass)

12 I. Preludio   2’07

13 II. Allegro    4’41

14 III. Cantabile           2’15

15 IV. Allegro assai      2’31

Sonata No.6 in C*

(basso continuo: theorbo and G violone)

16 I. Preludio: Andante           2’25

17 II. Allegro    4’33

18 III. Cantabile           4’06

19 IV. Allegro assai      1’47

Sonata No.8 in D minor

(basso continuo: theorbo, harpsichord and Baroque double bass)

20 I. Preludio: Spiritoso e sciolto         2’07

21 II. Non tanto allegro            4’31

22 III. Adagiato            2’51

23 IV. Allegro assai      1’36

 

 

Mvsica Perdvta

Renato Criscuolo Baroque cello (Pierre Bohr, Milan, 2003, after Stradivarius model B)

& *five-string cello (Slawtoskij & Caravella, Vetralla, 2006 after Montagnana)

Luca Marzetti G violone (Caravella, Vetralla, 2010, after Gasparo da Salò) & Baroque double bass

(rest. Baborak, Vysoke 1996, after anon., late 18th century)

Michele Carreca theorbo

Alberto Bagnai harpsichord (Livi, after Andreas Ruckers) & organ (Amitrano, Rome, late 20th century)

 

Total time        64’24

 

Recording: 31 May–3 June 2010, Oratorio P.P. Barnabiti, Rome

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