violin Sonatas

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Artist(s):LUCA GIARDINI and FILIPPO PANTIERI Composer:Ignazio Cirri

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Vers 1770, l’imprimeur et éditeur Peter Welcker mit en vente dans son magasin de musique londonien le deuxième recueil du maître de chapelle de la cathédrale de Forlì, Ignazio Cirri, intitulé Six Sonatas for the Harpsichord with an accompanyment for a Violin (Six sonates pour clavecin et accompagnement au violon). 

Il peut sembler étonnant qu’un maître de chapelle italien de province, même s’il a du talent et qu’il est bien informé, ait pu se faire éditer dans le lointain et important centre international de l’édition musicale qu’était Londres à l’époque. Mais nous pouvons supposer que c’est le violoncelliste Giovanni Battista Cirri, frère d’Ignazio, qui l’a introduit puisque ce dernier avait rejoint Londres en 1764 et y publia au moins une douzaine d’œuvres entre 1765 et 177. Ignazio, âgé de treize ans de plus que son frère, dût avoir un rôle important dans sa formation. Il facilita aussi la rencontre entre Giovanni Battista et le Cardinal Duc de York Henri Benoît Stuart, qui visita Forlì en 1759 et qui appréciait la musique d’Ignazio.

LUCA GIARDINI studied modern violin in Milan and Lugano with Carlo Chiarappa. He then devoted himself to study further the historically informed practice of the violin music between the 17th and 19th century, under the guidance of specialists such as Catherine Mackintosh, Monica Huggett, Nicolette Moonen and Peter Hanson in London and Anton Steck. He collaborates regularly with the most important Italian and European Early Music ensembles: Europa Galante, Accademia Bizantina, Il Giardino Armonico, Complesso Barocco, Ensemble Zefiro, Modo Antiquo, Ensemble Concerto, Il Rossignolo, Aglaia, La Venexiana; I Barocchisti, e Bach Ensemble, Al Ayre Español, Ensemble Matheus, La Cetra (Basel), Marini Consort (Innsbruck), Divino Sospiro, Collegium 1704, Ensemble Baroque de Limoges, Les Musiciens du Prince. 

Luca took part in over one hundred recordings for labels such as Philips, Sony, Decca, EMI, Virgin EMI,Harmonia Mundi, L’Oiseau-Lyre, Naxos, Brilliant Classics, Passacaille and Naïve. He recorded for the most important Radio and TV stations in Europe, America and Asia. He also regularly participates in audio-visual and DVD projects. Luca has recorded many 17th and 18th century music rediscovery albums, some of which were awarded with prestigious prizes.

Together with Filippo Pantieri he founded the ensemble Sezione Aurea, a performing platform to create theatrical/musical projects and to exploit the lesser-known Italian heritage, especially from the Emilia Romagna region.

He has teached at the Piacenza, Siena and Parma conservatories and is regularly invited to hold master classes in Europe, Japan, the USA and Mexico. He is currently teacher at the “Bruno Maderna” Conservatory in Cesena.

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