Buy CDs,DVDs online at seygetbatileansugaraddiporlita.co: Manfredini: 12 Concerti Op 3 / Remy, Les Amis de Philippe Composers: Francesco Manfredini ( - ) (Manfredini: 12 Concerti Op 3 / Rémy, Les Amis de Philippe) Label: CPO Conductors: Ludger Remy Ensembles: Les Amis de Philippe - CPO Manfredini: 12 Concerti Op 3 / Rémy, Les Amis De Philippe Release Date: 03/14/ Label: Cpo Catalog #: Spars Code: DDD Composer: Francesco Manfredini Conductor: Ludger Rémy Orchestra/Ensemble: Les Amis de Philippe Number of Discs: 1 Recorded in: Stereo Length: 1 . Manfredini: 12 Concerti, Op. 3 Show recording details. CX Manfredini: 12 Concerti, Op. 3. Originally recorded in Composer Francesco Onofrio Manfredini. Solo Ensemble Les Amis de Philippe. Conductor Ludger Rémy. Chamber Les Amis de Philippe. Genre: Classical.
Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Genre Classical. Styles Concerto. Track Listing. Allegro assai. Francesco Manfredini. Adagio - Presto. Allegro 1. Allegro 2. Adagio - Presto - Adagio.
Presto 1. Presto 2. Grave - Allegro. Concerto Grosso in F major, Op. Allegro assai Francesco Manfredini. Presto Francesco Manfredini. Allegro Francesco Manfredini. Concerto Grosso in D minor, Op. Adagio Francesco Manfredini. Andante Francesco Manfredini. Concerto Grosso in D major, Op.
Adagio - Presto Francesco Manfredini. CPO's sound is excellent--well detailed with a convincingly life-like integration of the soloists with the ensemble. Christoph Lehmann and Azzolini's concise notes are informative and entertaining.
Incidentally, after Leipzig Fasch's fame continued to grow, as did his originality--many observers believe that the harmonic and rhythmic vocabulary of his later orchestral works anticipated elements of Classicism that Haydn and Mozart would bring to fruition.
However, the more conservative works offered on this program are often quite beautiful, and all enthusiasts of this period of Bach, Telemann, and their contemporaries will find much to enjoy here. John Greene, ClassicsToday. The melodies are pretty much run-of-the-mill for the period and all in the same keyand they aren't helped by their constricted arrangement for chalumeau, two oboes, bassoon, and strings.
This feeling of confinement carries over into the vocal works as well, despite Klaus Mertens solid yet tender-voiced singing in Jauchzet dem Herrn and Laetatus sum where he is ably partnered by Deborah York's beautiful soprano.
Things liven up a bit in the Concerto in B-flat minor, joyfully realized by the Accademia Daniel under Shalev Ad-El's leadership, so that the final cantata Sanftes Brausen seems less wearisome after the break, Album). Maybe I was expecting more after that excellent disc of Fasch Overture-suites on Berlin Classics a few months back, but this one's for serious Baroque fanciers only. Victor Carr, Classics Today. Bach owned copies of his compositionsand although he was largely forgotten after his death his reputation began to recover during the early 20th century.
Fasch is seen as an innovator whose move from fugal writing to thematic development foreshadowed the achievements of Haydn and Mozart. His Overture Suites, following in the style of Telemann, consist of an overture followed by the customary set of dances.
However, Fasch invests his works with considerably more melodic richness and far superior orchestral coloring and variety.
The irresistible sound of three flutes makes the D minor suite a delicious experience indeed, as do the beautiful melodies appointed by catchy rhythms. The B major suite is in a brighter mood, and the larger orchestra creates a slightly fuller sound picture. Here, as in the D minor suite, the changing orchestral Ludger RГ©my - 12 Concerti Op. 3 (CD keeps the dances continually captivating.
A special treat is the tuneful and lively Concerto in D for two Corni da Caccia. Berlin Classics' sound is demonstration class. This is baroque for everybody. Victor Carr, ClassicsToday. In these large-scale works the string section is extended with 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 horns and bassoon, instruments which are treated quasi solistically, so that one can almost speak of a Sinfonia Concertante. The musical language is clearly "Sturm und Drang", full of vehement dynamics and changes of sentiment, the fingerprint of this most famous son of Johann Sebastian.
Brilliant performances on period instruments by Solamente Naturali, an exciting group of early music players from Bratislava. New recordings, extensive liner notes by specialist Didier Talpain. Sunday, June 13, Manfredini: Sei Sonate per due violini e basso continue. Francesco Manfredini Sei Sonate per due violini e basso continue Ensemble Orfei Farnesiani Tactus TC Much has been written about Bologna greatness as a barycentre town of the European music culture but a historically detailed survey on its protagonists has not found its right dimension yet.
A space enabling us to Les Amis De Philippe the total artistic reality of the second town of the Papal States in the field of its music wonders, from the end of the XVI till the middle of the XVIII century, showing how they can reproduce themselves in the wholeness of their main aspects: the town, seen both in the Court sphere and in the Church sovereignty, as a real developing laboratory and not as a simple storehouse anthology of practical examples.
In this extraordinary shop the Bolognese school probably gives birth to the most extraordinary names of the middle baroque which finds in Laurenti, Degli Antonii, Torelli, Perti and Corelli its most authoritative witnesses.
Please let me know if you find a one somewhere. Galante, Biondi. Arcangelo Corelli Concerti Grossi Op. Some favour large groups, others much smaller ones.
Europa Galante inclines towards the latter category, with 12 players, in addition to the two violins and cello of the concertino, which provides the contrasting element. This is the second volume of the recorded set, containing Concertos Nos Two of these, one of them the much-loved Christmas Concerto, are ostensibly in the serious da chiesa mould, while the four remaining pieces are concerti da camera with their closer identity to dance measures. But often the dividing line between the two is blurred and the matter is, anyway, hardly of overriding importance.
The playing is enjoyable for the most part, though I felt a lack of Corellian nobility and resonance in the Seventh and Eighth Concertos. The two concertino violinists ornament the music tastefully and spontaneously yet are inclined to overdo it with fussy arabesques, and in one or two of the slow movementsI felt an intrusive element of sentiment creeping in.
I also found the spacious, reverberant recording acoustic is inappropriate to the modestly-sized band. A mixed pleasure. Labels: CorelliSankerib. Arcangelo Corelli: Concerti Grossi Op. We can never quite put them out of our minds when listening to further performances. For me, the definitive recorded version of the Corelli concertos remains Trevor Pinnock's; no one else has yet captured so well the spirit, and in particular the harmonic intensity, of these works.
That said, Fabio Biondi and Europa Galante play with all the precision and virtuosity one could wish for. The concertino ornamentation is often daring, as are some of the tempos. They have opted to use a light, off-the-string bow stroke as the norm, which enables them to produce almost transparent textures. There are moments, as in the sprightly Allegro of the Christmas Concerto, when everyone seems to be playing on a single bow hair.
Elsewhere, they achieve what I can only describe as a gently brushed effect in such movements as the Adagio of Concerto No.
The harpsichord continuo playing of Ergio Ciomei and the cellist Maurizio Naddeo is exquisite throughout, and the organist Fabio Bonizzoli contributes artfully, here and there for example, the Allegro of Concerto No.
I and the Adagio of No. However, Biondi and Europa Galante romp through these works, indulging here and there in a little well-placed ntbato, with seemingly hardly a glance at the harmony. For all their sophistication, and even wit, these performances fail to convey the dynamism crafted into the sequences and trills, the pathos of the suspensions, the engagement of the antiphonal and echo effects: elements central to Pinnock's interpretation.
Certainly, the lightness of their preferred bowing would have hampered the projection of these elements, though one begins to suspect that they were never priorities. Where is the exhilarating joy of the opening Allegro of Concerto No.
Where is the passion of the slow movements? Without due attention to the harmony, these performances are, ultimately, deprived of drama and represent, at best, understated reflections of Corelli's flesh-and-blood music. The humanity of this music, fired by virtuosity, inspired a generation of concerto composers, most notable among them Handel. This quality is what, ideally, should inform readings of these works.
JAS, Gramophone. Francesco Barsanti Concerti Grossi - Opera III Auser Musici, Carlo Ipata, Attilo Motzo Tactus TC Francesco Barsanti was one of the many extraordinary Italian instrumentalists — virtuosi and composers — who throughout the 18th century, travelling across the whole of Europe, contributed in a decisive way with their activity to the definitive success of instrumental music — in particular the sonata, the concerto and the symphony — and to the formation of an international language.
Lucca, the town where he was born inseems to have been particularly rich in this kind of musician, going back even to earlier centuries: it is enough to remember, apart from Barsanti, Gioseffo and Francesco Guami obviously for different types of instrumental musicGio.
Labels: BarsantiSankerib. Portuguese in origin, the word means 'mad' or 'empty-headed' and until the s it indicated a fast and noisy dance in which the participants seemed to be 'out of their minds'. By the end of the century a new, slower form had developed which threw the accent from the first beat on to the second every other bar and slightly adjusted the harmonic structure to form the perfect symmetry which inspired Corelli to use it in the twelfth of his Violin Sonatas, Op 5.
That famous work further inspired Vivaldi, C P E Bach, Alessandro Scarlatti and other composers to write variations on 'La Folia' - including even Rachmaninov though his 'Variations on a theme of Corelli' seem to indicate that he thought the tune was by that composer. This CD assembles 'La Folia'-inspired works by six composers, starting with the original Corelli Sonata and ending with Geminiani's orchestral arrangement of it.
The six pieces are all taken from a series of earlier Hyperion CDs individually devoted to the respective composers. Labels: Sankerib. This CD set was distilled from a gala at London's Royal Festival Hall by the Philharmonia Orchestra and a multitude of guests, all performing in a satiric salute to Gerard Hoffnung and the peculiar brand of classical music satire that the cartoonist and humorist devised in the s.
Not only are the themes intertwined but imaginative additional touches abound. And it included Malcolm Arnold's Grand, Grand Overture dedicated to President Hooverof which also the video of a recent performance is available here illustrating the dedication more clearly than the audio-only version. Labels: anchusa. Tuesday, June 1, Venezia: a sampler. Various composers, various performers HMI For those who don't quite understand why such an obsession with the music of Venice and for those who doyou might like to test this very enjoyable sampler album out of print as far as I can tell.
The pictures are nice, too. Labels: BaroqueRanapipiensVeneziaVenice. Now it is followed by another, directed by Koopman's compatriot Gustav Leonhardt; this time, though, the band is an all-British group, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. These four symphonies were composed in about when, according to the German Enlightenment poet, Klopstock, they were performed by 40 instrumentalists comprising an orchestra of horns, flutes, oboes, bassoon, violins in two parts, viola, cello, bass and continuo.
Emanuel Bach regarded them as the most substantial works of the kind that he had written; "modesty forbids me to say more," he added somewhat coyly. Koopman chose a much smaller string ensemble than Bach's, consisting of only seven violinists, a single violist, two cellists and a bass. Leonhardt, on the other hand, prefers a considerably larger body of strings: six first and six second violins, four violas, three cellos and bass; both field similar wind groups, that is to say pairs of flutes, oboes and horns with a single bassoon.
While I liked Koopman's spontaneity and his ability to realize Bach's colourful textures I found a tendency towards rhythmic rigidity. Leonhardt's rhythms are invigoratingly taut but with an effective elasticity which suits the quirky temperament of Bach's idiom.
Tempos are, by and large, Ludger RГ©my - 12 Concerti Op. 3 (CD with those of Koopman, at least in the outer movements, but where Leonhardt really scores over the rival set is his more assertive body of strings which lends greater substance to the music and provides opportunity for more telling contrasts between strings and wind; and these are vividly apparent in the first-rate recorded sound which allows the listener to enjoy the subtle nuances in Bach's orchestral textures.
For good measure, Leonhardt gives us an additional symphony, one in B minor from Emanuel Bach's earlier Hamburg set of six, Wq These are for strings only and as a complete set are currently available on Archiv Produktion in excellent performances by the Album) Concert directed by Trevor Pinnock. In conclusion a stimulating issue which captures the elusive spirit of the empfindsamer Stil affectingly and with stylistic assurance.
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TRACKLIST Francesco Onofrio Manfredini () 12 Concerti op. 3 Concerto primo in F 5'21 01 Allegro assai 2'06 02 Presto 2'13 03 Allegro 1'01 Concerto quinto in d 5'43 04 Adagio 0'55 05 Allegro 1'58 06 Andante 0'55 07 Presto 1'53 Concerto nono in D 8'13 08 Adagio-Presto 2'48 09 Largo 3'03 10 Allegro 2'22 Concerto secondo in a 4'44 11 Presto 2'18 12 Allegro I 1'21 13 Allegro II 1' Les Amis de Philippe & Ludger Rémy - Dresden Treasures: 6 Concertos () Chamber Concerto No. 2 in G Major: I. Allegro Chamber Concerto No. 2 in G Major: II. Adagio Chamber Concerto No. 2 in G Major: III. Allegro Concerto No. 7 for 2 Harpsichords in D Major: I. Intrada and continuo heard on the present CD.
Jun 30, · Francesco Manfredini 12 Concerti Op.3 Les Amis de Philippe, Ludger Rémy CPO Remy präsentiert Manfredini als einen spätbarocken Komponisten voller Phantasie und Originalität. Einen besseren Dienst kann man Manfredini nicht erweisen.".
12 Concertos Alt ernative. Title 12 Concerti Grossi Composer Manfredini, Francesco Onofrio: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. No. Op.3 I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. None [force assignment] Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 12 concertos: Concerto grosso in F major Concerto grosso in A minor Concerto grosso in E minor Concerto grosso in B ♭ major. Jan 21, · Francesco Manfredini 12 Concerti Op.3 1. Concerto Grosso in F major, Op. 3/1 2. Concerto Grosso in D minor, Op. 3/5 3. Concerto Grosso in D major.
Jan 21, · Francesco Manfredini 12 Concerti Op.3 1. Concerto Grosso in F major, Op. 3/1 2. Concerto Grosso in D minor, Op. 3/5 3. Concerto Grosso in D major.
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