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NELLA ANFUSO - Antonio Vivaldi - Cantate (Opera Omnia) I

NELLA ANFUSO  - Antonio Vivaldi - Cantate (Opera Omnia) I
ID: SN8807
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Subcollection: Opera

Antonio Vivaldi
Recitativo - Aria (Largo) -Recitativo - Aria (Allegro) [15'14'']
Aria (Adagio) - Recitativo - Aria (Larghetto) [17'07'']
Aria (Andante) - Recitativo - Aria (Allegro) [12'40'']
Recitativo - Aria (Larghetto) - Recitativo - Aria (Allegro non molto) [12'44'']

Aria (Larghetto) - Recitativo - Aria (Allegro) [13'44'']
Aria (Allegro) - Recitativo - Aria (Allegro) [11'40'']
Aria (Andante molto) - Recitativo - Aria (Largo) [16'45'']
Aria (Allegro non molto) - Recitativo - Aria (Allegro ma poco) [14'09'']
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Andre Volkonsky, harpsichord - Bach - Volkonsky - Deluxe Edition

Andre Volkonsky, harpsichord -  Bach - Volkonsky - Deluxe Edition
ID: SMCCD0139-140
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Harpsichord

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Francesco Geminiani - 4 Sonatas for Cello and basso continuo Op.5

Francesco Geminiani - 4 Sonatas for Cello and basso continuo Op.5
ID: CNT2029
CDs: 1
Type: LP
Subcollection: Cello

Enrico Bronzi, cello (Vincenzo Panormo 1775) Michele Barchi, harpsichord (copies of historical instruments)
RECORDING 24 bit - 192 kHz (Cerrato Brothers) at Castello S. Lorenzo de Picenardi (Cremona, Italy)
on July 19-20-21, 2010

Sonata I in A major 09’48”
Sonata II in D minor 10’39”
Sonata III in C major 12’01”
Sonata IV in B flat major 05’22”

Baroque Music
LP - Total time 37’50” - vinyl 180 gr.
Cover Image:
Gianluca Corona, Meloni, 2001, oil on wood
Major highlights:
Limited Edition, first autographed vinyl, historical instruments
4th production by Enrico Bronzi for our Concerto Label.

Concerto is inaugurating a series of vinyls, right with this recording of Francesco Geminiani’s first 4 Sonatas for Cello and basso continuo Op. 5, a recording that was recently published in compact disc.
The record has been produced at the end of April according to the very highest standards of quality, both in terms of the lacquer density and in terms of data transfer from the original master thanks to the work of the studio, Elettroformati in Milan, one of the few companies in Europe still working on vinyl records. An original Neumann record lathe was used to this purpose under the watchful eyes of the label’s manager and sound technicians, all more than a bit excited.
For at least three generations vinyl records represented the first, unforgettable encounter with the fruition of music; for those who are younger, vinyl records belong to discotheques and the world of DJs. For some ardent fans of hi-fi music, they are still considered the vehicle of choice, unequalled for audio quality.
This album is a collectors’ item: presenting one of the finest performances by Enrico Bronzi, produced in a limited edition with each copy numbered and personally autographed by Bronzi.
The continuo part is performed by Michele Barchi, following the performance practice existing at the time, handling the figured bass line masterfully by reinventing and recreating the images and emotions of that period with exquisite polish. Barchi has been a member of well-known musical formations such as the Giardino Armonico. Together with the violinist Elisa Citterio he founded the Baroque music group Brixia Musicalis and as harpsichordist appears in concert, performing both as soloist and in chamber music groups.
This performance took place in the splendid dance hall at the Castello di San Lorenzo de Picenardi in the province of Cremona (northern Italy).
All of these aspects - the use of historic instruments, the vinyl recording, the splendid location, the autographed copies - are just intended to underline how precious Concerto believes classic music to be and not to imply it is exclusively for the elite. Particularly in this time of economic crisis, for one of the most important - yes most important - assets, which is the culture of beauty and, if you wish, the beauty of culture.
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Giovanni Benedetto PLATTI - Sonatas for harpsichord - Complete Sonatas, vol. 1/2/3/4

Giovanni Benedetto PLATTI - Sonatas for harpsichord - Complete Sonatas, vol. 1/2/3/4
ID: CNT2011
CDs: 4
Type: CD
Collection: Baroque
Subcollection: Harpsichord

J. D. Dulcken 1742, copy

CD1 - CNT 2026
CD 2 - CNT 2030
CD 3 - CNT 2031
CD 4 - CNT 2032

CD 1
1-4. Sonata I in D major 5-8. Sonata II in C major 9-12. Sonata III in F major 13-16. Sonata IV in G minor 17-20. Sonata V in C minor
(Tot. time 1h 11”04”)

CD 2
1-4. Sonata VI in E major 5-8. Sonata VII in F major 9-12. Sonata VIII in C minor 13-15. Sonata IX in G major
(Tot. time 1h 15”33”)

CD 3
1-3. Sonata X in L minor 4-6. Sonata XI in C minor 7-10. Sonata XII in C major 11-14. Sonata XIII in F major 15-17. Sonata XIV in C major
(Tot. time 1h 05”51”)

CD 4
1-4. Sonata XV in F major 5-8. Sonata XVI in F major 9-11. Sonata XVII in Bb major 12-15. Sonata XVIII in Eb major
(Tot. time 1h 00”39”)

This release comprises all four volumes of the Platti’s complete Sonatas for harpsichord (18 Sonatas as a whole).
Giovanni Benedetto Platti was born in or near Padua on July 9th 1697 and died in Würzburg on January 11th, 1763. He was an important and major participant in the musical world of the 18th century. Fausto Torrefranca, one of the first to study Platti, says in his fundamental and monumental publication, Giovanni Benedetto Platti e la Sonata moderna, which was published posthumously by Ricordi in Milan: “How to portray Giovanni Benedetto Platti (…)? He was a true artist, this is evident, but he was also a great artist and must take his place in history among the most important authors of instrumental music. (…) As far as music for harpsichord is concerned (…) his style stands out over that of his contemporaries. To have a clear idea, just choose and read, one after another, those works in which he has been able to instil his true personality in the most concise and brilliant way and he conquers a place in the world of the indisputable, the highest sphere of art.” Giovanni Benedetto spent his whole life in Würzburg, and became known for his refined musical talent and his ability as a composer, singer, harpsichord player, violinist, oboist as well as cellist and besides all he even dedicated some of his time and talent to teaching singing.
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