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Allegro Molto - Vivaldi* - The Italian Baroque Great Concertos (CD)

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  1. The album includes solo performances of each of the musicians. So, Alexander Zagorinsky plays two cello concertos by Antonio Vivaldi, a great representative of the Italian Baroque school. The Red Priest wrote about thirty masterful cello concertos that are not inferior to his violin masterpieces.
  2. Rachel records exclusively for Channel Classics and has won numerous prestigious awards including the Baroque Instrumental Gramophone Award for La Stravaganza in and the Diapason d’Or de l’année in the Baroque Ensemble category for the LaCetra Vivaldi concertos with Holland Baroque Society in .
  3. Tracklist: Antonio Vivaldi ( - ) Sinfonia to Ottone in villa, RV 1 Allegro 2 Larghetto Concerto for violin in C Minor, RV “Amato bene” 3 Allegro 4 Largo 5 Allegro Concerto for bassoon in D Minor, RV 6 Allegro 7 Larghetto 8 Allegro molto.
  4. Formed in in London but transplanted to Atlanta, Georgia, the New Trinity Baroque is a period ensemble that has quickly established itself as one of the foremost early music groups in the United States. Led by harpsichordist and founder Predrag Gosta, and consisting of internationally recognized musicians, the chamber group of strings and continuo present seven concertos by Antonio.
  5. The 3-star review below is not indicative of this CD. This is simply one of the most beautiful Vivaldi pieces recorded. The editor's review is right-on. As far as the complaint of its brevity -- this is, as the title suggests, Vivaldi's 'complete works for Italian lute.' It's unfair /5(3).
  6. Contents of disc 4 are identical to the release Vivaldi* - Giuliano Carmignola, Venice Baroque Orchestra, Andrea Marcon - Late Vivaldi Concertos. Release comes in 5/5(1).
  7. May 16,  · Antonio Lucio Vivaldi ( - ) Concertos for cello Concerti per violoncello Concerto for cello, strings and basso continuo in A minor, RV Concerto per violoncello, archi e basso continuo.
  8. The creator of hundreds of spirited, extroverted instrumental works, Italian composer Antonio Vivaldi is widely recognized as the master of the Baroque instrumental concerto, which he perfected and popularized more than any of his contemporaries. Vivaldi's kinetic rhythms, fluid melodies, bright instrumental effects, and extensions of instrumental technique make his some of the most enjoyable.

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