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Wydawnictwo: Prospero Classical
Nr katalogowy: PROSP 0064
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: marzec 2023
EAN: 4262353970218
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): włoski
Instrumenty: flet
Rodzaj: koncert

Vivaldi: Concerti per Flauto e Arie

Prospero Classical - PROSP 0064
Wykonawcy
Isaac Makhdoomi, recorder
Arnaud Gluck, countertenor / Ensemble Piccante
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
ICMA Award Nomination Pizzicato 5
 
Utwory na płycie:
Vivaldi:
Concertos
RV 428, 439, 441, 443, 445, 717, 297
Isaac Makhdoomi, a Swiss recorder player with Indian roots, fulfilled a childhood dream in July 2322. Together with the proven baroque specialists from the "Ensemble Piccante", he recorded five flute concertos, an aria and arrangements of well-known Vivaldi works. In the run-up to the recording, there were three concerts with the programme of the CD in north-western Switzerland.

Together with the Piccante Baroque Orchestra, which is made up of early music specialists from the Basel music scene, Isaac Makhdoomi took the listeners on a fiery virtuoso sound journey to the Venice of "Il prete rosso". Like no other, Vivaldi helped the recorder to musical heights with his compositions for recorder. Stupendous runs alternate with beautifully sighing melodies, which not infrequently contain a slight hint of the Orient.

Through his many years of study of Vivaldi's music, the student of flutist Maurice Steger has developed a very individual approach to the interpretation of Vivaldi's works. It is all the more gratifying that this individual approach has now been recorded on CD.

Isaac Makhdoomi: "The recorder concertos by Antonio Vivaldi are of incredible beauty and allow the recorder to shine in their virtuosity and highly emotional sound language in a fascinating magic."

For his CD recording of the unknown sonatas for recorder and harpsichord by Domenico Maria Dreyer, Isaac Makhdoomi was nominated in the category of young artists for this year's Opus Klassik, the most prestigious classical music prize in Germany.

Digibook de Luxe, Limited Edition

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