VIVALDI VIOLIN SONATAS - Isabella Bison
Vivaldi: Violin sonatas for Pisendel: Isabella Bison, Marco Frezzato, Francesco Corti
This recording presents 5 violin sonatas by Vivaldi that Pisendel took with him to Dresden after his stay in Venice. We know that Vivaldi wrote these extremely virtuoso sonatas for himself around 1710. The recording also presents a world première recording of a chamber concerto for violin and t movements for violin and basso continuo with cello concertato (RV 252 and RV 7a) which are also world première recordings. All these refreshing sonatas are brilliantly performed by Isabella Bison, violin, Francesco Corti, harpsichord and Marco Frezzato, cello.
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