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Wydawnictwo: Accent
Nr katalogowy: ACC 24250
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: wrzesień 2014
EAN: 4015023242500
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): włoski
Rodzaj: sonata, pieśń

Gabrieli / Fontana: Sonate & Canzone

Accent - ACC 24250
Le Concert Brisé / William Dongois, cornett, direction
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1 Giovanni Gabrieli (1557-1612) Canzon II a sei 4:12
2 Giovanni Battista Fontana (c1571 - c1630) Sonata XVIII 6:55 a tre, violino, cornetto e trombone
3 G.B. Fontana Sonata XV a tre, due violini e trombone 4:53
4 G.B. Fontana Sonata XI a due cornetti 8:08
5 G.B. Fontana Sonata VIII a due violini 6:41
6 G. Gabrieli Canzon IV a sei 3:10
7 G.B. Fontana Sonata VI per canto solo, cornetto 6:46
8 G.B. Fontana Sonata X a due, violino e tiorba 7:11
9 G.B. Fontana Sonata XIII a tre, due ctti e trombone 6:01
10 G.B. Fontana Sonata V a violino solo 5:23
11 G.B. Fontana Sonata XVI a tre canti, due corneti e violino 5:37
12 G. Gabrieli Exaudi Domine, passagiato, a due, cornetto e trombone 5:19
13 G. Gabrieli Canzon duodecimi toni 5:33
William Dongois is one of the best-known cornettists of our time. He is able to play the repertoire of his instrument – the cornett resembles a flute in its construction, whereas its wooden mouthpiece is used similarly to that of a trumpet – with dancelike elegance, rhetorical concision and, often, even with a certain "groove".

Dongois introduces nine sonatas by Giovanni Battista Fontana on this CD. This composer from Brescia was active in Venice, Rome and Padua, where he died in 1630 during a plague epidemic. He was an outstanding violinist, and his only surviving opus with 18 instrumental sonatas is an important testimonial for the emergence of autonomous instrumental music. (The other nine sonatas have already been recorded by Le Concert Brisé on the CD Venetian Art 1600, ACC 24253.)

Dongois's instrumentations of these works include cornetts, violins and baroque trombones, achieving a large and rich sonic variety. In addition, three instrumental canzonas for large ensembles are heard, as well as an instrumental version of the great motet Exaudi Domine of Giovanni Gabrieli. All the instrumentalists on the recording come together in these works, and the full, tutti sound conveys the impression of the sonic splendour of Venetian music of this epoch.

Recorded: 23-26 June 2013, Notre-Dame-de-l’Assomption, Treffort (France)

Zobacz także:

  • CDA 68427
  • PAS 1135
  • ACD 22870
  • CC 72978
  • ARS 38640
  • SIGCD 769
  • PROSP 0085
  • FHR 145
  • SIGCD 783
  • PN 2306