Tartini: 4-parts Sonatas and Sinfonias Il Demetrio & Maurizio Schiavo

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Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2019

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
25.01.2019

Das Album enthält Albumcover Booklet (PDF)

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  • Giuseppe Tartini (1692 - 1770): Violin Sonata in C Major, B.B4:
  • 1Violin Sonata in C Major, B.B4: I. Vivace05:51
  • 2Violin Sonata in C Major, B.B4: II. Andante ma lento assai05:03
  • 3Violin Sonata in C Major, B.B4: III. Allegretto02:35
  • Violin Sonata in G Major:
  • 4Violin Sonata in G Major: I. Presto03:26
  • 5Violin Sonata in G Major: II. Andante02:49
  • 6Violin Sonata in G Major: III. Allegro assai02:12
  • Violin Sonata in D Major:
  • 7Violin Sonata in D Major: I. Allegro assai03:19
  • 8Violin Sonata in D Major: II. Larghetto04:10
  • 9Violin Sonata in D Major: III. Allegro02:49
  • Violin Sonata in A Major:
  • 10Violin Sonata in A Major: I. Allegro assai04:53
  • 11Violin Sonata in A Major: II. Andante assai04:18
  • 12Violin Sonata in A Major: III. Menuett. Allegro assai01:36
  • Violin Sonata in D Major (2):
  • 13Violin Sonata in D Major (2): I. Allegro assai03:47
  • 14Violin Sonata in D Major: II. Andante03:54
  • 15Violin Sonata in D Major: III. Presto03:09
  • Total Runtime53:51

Info zu Tartini: 4-parts Sonatas and Sinfonias

Konzertante Streichquartette: TARTINI – Vierstimmige Sonaten und Sinfonien Giuseppe Tartini (1692-1770) war ein virtuoser Geiger, Komponist, Musiktheoretiker und Lehrer, eine wichtige Persönlichkeit im internationalen kulturellen Netzwerk seiner Zeit, als Italien das Zentrum der musikalischen Welt war.

Die von ihm in Padua gegründete Violinschule (»Schule der Nationen«) genoss einen hervorragenden Ruf und zog Musiker aus ganz Europa an. Seine vierstimmigen Sonaten und Sinfonien sind in drei Sätzen in der Abfolge schnelllangsam- schnell komponiert. Es handelt sich um sehr melodiöse Werke von großer Schönheit und Charme, die Tartinis unglaubliche Kunst des Geigenspiels belegen.

Die vierstimmigen Quartette sind nicht unbedingt Streichquartette im klassischen Sinne, da sie auch eine Basso continuo-Stimme enthalten, die eine konzertante oder symphonische Aufführungspraxis nahe legt. Die vorliegende Aufnahme präsentiert zusätzlich die Version ohne Continuo (Cembalo), wodurch eine echte, klassische Streichquartett-Besetzung entsteht. Die italienische Gruppe Il Demetrio widmet sich unbekannten Schätzen des Barock und hat bereits Werke von Myslivecek, Rolla, Cagnoni und anderen entdeckt und aufgeführt.

Das Ensemble arbeitet zusammen mit berühmten Solisten wie Giovanni Sollima und Avi Avital. Die umfangreichen Booklettexte wurden von einem Musikwissenschaftler geschrieben.

Ensemble Il Demetrio
Maurizio Schiavo, Violine




Il Demetrio
ensemble founded in Pavia by Maurizio Schiavo, is one of the most lively and successful experiments in the Italian music panorama. The ensemble is specialized in baroque music and it stands out for its musicological research and for performing hitherto unknown works of the Italian repertoire. Among these rediscovered works, the opera Il Demetrio by J. Myslivecek; the Dixit Dominus, for soloists, choir and orchestra and the Tantum ergo, for bass, viola concertante and orchestra by A. Rolla; and Tre composizioni per la Settimana Santa (Adoramus te, Miserere e Christus factus est) for choir and string orchestra by A. Cagnoni. Il Demetrio ensemble is also dedicated to more recent repertoire, often suggesting curious and unusual programs (such as Paesaggi sonori, a collection of scores for silent lms by F. Vittadini, a composer and conductor born in Pavia) and organizing special events such as Lennon barocco, a concert programme featuring the most famous hits by the ex-Beatle John Lennon revisited in baroque fashion.

Maurizio Schiavo
took up musical studies in Ferrara, his birthplace, where he was initiated to the Violin by G. Adamo. After graduating with full marks under the guidance of S. Cicero, he studied baroque violin with E. Gatti, baroque viola and viola d’amore with M. Righini, composition with E. Sollima and with N. Castiglioni at the Milan Conservatory, where he graduated also in orchestral conducting (with G. Taverna) and opera conducting (with U. Cattini). With the ensemble Il Demetrio, which he founded, he performs baroque and classical repertoires, performing both as conductor and soloist. In additon, Maurizio Schiavo is also involved in musicological research. He has edited and performed works by B. M. Meda, A. Draghi, F. Corselli, J. A. Hasse, J. Myslivecek, G. B. Fioroni, A. Cagnoni and A. Rolla. He has contributed to a number of recordings both as instrumentalist and conductor, among which, as conductor, the rst recording of the Arie per soprano e orchestra (Il Quaderno dell’Imperatrice) by Farinelli and the Mottetti per alto e archi by J. A. Hasse. Maurizio Schiavo was artistic director of Armonie sul lago, a festival devoted to the rediscovery of Italian sacred and profane music of the 18th century.



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