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Wydawnictwo: Passacaille
Nr katalogowy: PAS 1059
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: październik 2019
EAN: 5425004840592
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): włoski
Instrumenty: skrzypce, harfa
Rodzaj: fantazja, toccata, sonata

Falconieri / Montalbano / Pandolfi: Il Sud - Seicento Violin Music in Southern Italy

Passacaille - PAS 1059
Kompozytor
Andrea Falconieri (1586-1656)
Bartolomeo Montalbano (1598-1651)
Giovanni Antonio Pandolfi (1630-1670)
Giovanni Maria Trabaci, Giovanni Antonio Leoni, Bernardo Storace, Ascanio Mayone
Wykonawcy
Exit:
Emmanuel Resche-Caserta, violin
Patrizio Germone, violin
Berengere Sardin, triple harp
Mathilde Vialle, viola da gamba
Diego Frenandez Rodriguez, organ & harpsichord / Emmanuel Resche-Caserta
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Andrea Falconieri:
Fantasia Echa para el muy reverendo Padre Falla

Bartolomeo Montalbano:
Sinfonia Marescotti a due violini
Sinfonia Sghemma a violino solo
Sinfonia Bargellini a due violini
Sinfonia Geloso a violino solo
Sinfonia Fiumicello a due violini

Andrea Falconieri:
La Suave Melodia
Canciona dicha La Preciosa, echa para Don Enrico Butler
Su Gallarda
Canzona a tre

Giovanni Maria Trabaci:
Toccata seconda e ligature per arpa
Canzona francesca a 4 "per concerto di violini"

Giovanni Antonio Pandolfi:
Il Falvetti. Capriccetto Quarto a 3
Il Mauritio. Capriccetto a Violino Solo
Il Marquetta
Il Catalano. Capriccetto a Violino Solo
Il Raimondo. Capriccetto a Violino Solo

Giovanni Antonio Leoni:
Sonata XXX Terzo tono
Sonata nona Secondo tono

Bernardo Storace:
Balletto, per clavicembalo

Ascanio Mayone:
Toccata seconda

Ballo a tre (Chigi VIII:205 Manuscript)
We may wonder whether the violin was a northern Italian invention, for the instrument was also to be heard in the great cities of southern Italy at an early stage, from the beginning of the 17th century onwards. Certain southern Italian composers had clearly understood that the instrument was unequalled in its ability to express emotion allied to virtuosity, including Montalbano in Palermo, Pandolfi in Messina, Falconieri and Trabaci in Naples, and Leoni in Rome.

They wasted no time in channeling the freedom and expressivity of the violin into rare, fascinating and original works, some of them recorded here for the first time.

Recording: Église Saint-Jésus-Ouvrier, Talange (France), 23-26 June 2018. Instruments: Italian harpsichord by Matthias Kramer, after G. Mondini, 17th century (Hamburg, 2014); Emmanuel Resche-Caserta's violin by Jacques Bocquay (Paris, 1715).

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