The Vivaldi Edition, Vol. 12 - Vivaldi - Sonate de camera RV 68, 86, 77, 70, 83, 71 - L’Astree, Giorgio Tabacco - 2004 (FLAC)

The Vivaldi Edition, Vol. 12 – Vivaldi – Sonate de camera RV 68, 86, 77, 70, 83, 71 – L’Astree, Giorgio Tabacco – 2004 (FLAC)

Composer: Antonio Vivaldi
Orchestra: L’Astrée
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 1 CD
Format: FLAC (image +.cue)
Label: Naïve
Size: 333.6 MB
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The Vivaldi Edition, Vol. 12 / Sonate de camera, RV 68, 86, 77, 70, 83, 71 (2004)

Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)

Sonata For 2 Violins In F Major, RV 68

01. I. Allegro
02. II. Andante
03. III. Allegro moderato

Sonata For Recorder And Bassoon In A Minor, RV 86

04. I. Largo
05. II. Allegro
06. III. Largo Cantabile
07. IV. Allegro Molto

Sonata For 2 Violins In G Minor, RV 77

08. I. Allegro
09. II. Andante
10. III. Allegro

Prima Sonata A 2 Da Camera, RV 70

11. I. Allegro
12. II. Larghetto
13. III. Allegro

Sonata For Violin And Cello In C Minor, RV 83

14. I. Allegro
15. II. Largo
16. III. Allegro

Sonata For 2 Violins In G Minor, RV 71

17. I. Allegro
18. II. Larghetto
19. III. Allegro

Release Date: February 17, 2004

L’Astrée:

Francesco D’Orazio (violino)
Alessandro Tampieri
(violino)
Paolo Faldi
(flauto diritto)
Aligi Voltan
(fagotto)
Emilia Gliozzi
(violoncello)
Maurizio Piantelli
(tiorba e chitarra barocca)
Giorgio Tabacco
(clavicembalo & direzione)

Vivaldi’s lively and engaging earlier works need virtuoso playing – and here receive it… Like most composers of his time, Vivaldi began his publishing career with sonatas. His sonatas, although just as strongly marked by his distinctive musical personality, are played much less today than his admittedly more numerous concertos. The six here, not in fact from the published sets, are utterly unlike the familiar Corelli sonata model: no serene, rationally worked-out counterpoint, but brilliant violinistic gestures and capricious changes of texture, pace and mood…What they need is two violinists who are lively virtuosos, able to imitate each other closely, match exactly in articulation (or inexactly, if they choose) and frolic happily in thirds or sixths high on the E string (as required a good deal in the finales of RV68 and 70). Certainly that’s what they get here.

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