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- Categories: Mozart & Co
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- Artist: Anaïs Chen
- Artist: Andrássy Trio
- Artist: Apollo Ensemble
- Artist: Christophe Coin
- Artist: Controcorrente Orchestra
- Artist: Elinor Frey
- Artist: Il Gardellino
- Artist: Jan De Winne
- Artist: LUCA GIARDINI and FILIPPO PANTIERI
- Artist: La Divina Armonia
- Artist: Nicolau De Figueiredo
- Artist: OBS
- Artist: Oxalys ensemble
- Artist: Paul Dombrecht
- Artist: Stefano Marcocchi and Simone Laghi
- Artist: il Gardellino & Arthur Schoonderwoerd
Artist(s):il Gardellino & Arthur Schoonderwoerd Composer:Ludwig van Beethoven
World Premiere recording of the Six Sonatas for harpsichord with violin accompaniment of Cirri. Ignazio Cirri was maestro di cappella from 1759 at the Cathedral of Santa Croce, now the Duomo in Forlì. In that same year he was granted entrance to the Philharmonic Academy in Bologna. It is not certain whether his teachers included Giovanni Battista Martini who was only five years older. It is...
Radical, daring and extremely refined: that’s how C. P. E. Bach saw his new path for the Oratorio, after his father’s Passions had marked the climax of the baroque era. Encouraged by his godfather Telemann and liberated from the yoke of the capricious Frederick of Prussia, he found himself in Hamburg with an audience hungry for new music. And he brought them his oratorios, no longer in churches...
The concertos for oboe and strings Wq 164 and 165 are transcriptions of harpsichord concertos which Bach made in Berlin in 1765: they were very probably performed at a private concert at the court of Frederick the great, which counted a number of excellent oboist among its musicians, like Joachim Wilhelm Dobbert and Johann Christina Jacobi: Bach adapted the harpsichord scores particularly well...
During the four years between 1750 and 1753, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach composed three concertos for the violoncello with strings and basso continuo. The A minor concerto (Wq.170/H.432) and the B- flat major concerto (Wq.171/H.436), were written in Berlin in 1750 and 1751, respectively, while the A major concerto (Wq.172/H.439) is dated 1753 in Potsdam
Symphonies of Bach’s Sons by the Controcorrente Orchestra: a new dynamic Italian Baroque Orchestra makes its debut with not mainstream symphonies! As the name indicates, they choose to swim against the current and explore hidden gems of the repertoire. But not only are they original, young, and full of dynamic energy, but the result is also simply stunningly good and makes this music come alive...
Orquesta Barroca de Sevilla, Diego Fasolis, Maria Espada, José Hernàndez Pastor with Andalusian Baroque Cantatas from Iribarren and Torrens.