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Giovanni Sollima, Nicola Fiorenza, I Turchini, Antonio Florio, Giuseppe de Majo, Nicola Fiorenza, Leonardo Leo - Neapolitan Cello Concertos mp3 album

  • Performer: Giovanni Sollima
  • Title: Neapolitan Cello Concertos
  • Genre: Classical
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  • Released: 2012
  • MP3 album: 1369 mb
  • FLAC album: 1500 mb
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Giovanni Sollima, Nicola Fiorenza, I Turchini, Antonio Florio, Giuseppe de Majo, Nicola Fiorenza, Leonardo Leo - Neapolitan Cello Concertos mp3 album

Giovanni Sollima (cello), I Turchini, Antonio Florio. Giovanni Sollima (cello). Fiorenza: Sinfonia in C minor. Turchini, I. Antonio Florio. Sollima teams up with Antonio Florio's I Turchini in a captivating demonstration of virtuoso concerto treasures by Leonardo Leo, Giuseppe de Majo and Nicola Fiorenza. The quality of their committed music-making is underscored by Dinko Fabris, in an accompanying essay, which provides a lucid exposition of the contemporary musical climate. Giovanni Sollima’s empathy with the spirit of the 18th century concerto is demonstrated in the elegantly appropriate cadenzas for the works of his forebears and also in his new composition, in keeping with its Neapolitan past ('Fecit Neap.

Neapolitan Cello Concertos. CD - Glossa 922604). Antonio Florio, Giovanni Sollima, I Turchini. per violoncello, archi e continuo. Released on: 2012-05-01. Artist: Giovanni Sollima Conductor: Antonio Florio Ensemble: Turchini, I Composer: Nicola Fiorenza. Auto-generated by YouTube.

Nicola (Nicolò) Fiorenza (born after 1700 in Naples; died 13 April 1764, Naples) was an Italian violinist and composer of the Neapolitan Baroque period. Reliable biographical information concerning Fiorenza is extremely scarce, thus little is known about his schooling. Fiorenza was educated at the Conservatory of S. Maria di Loreto, presumably also by Francesco Barbella.

By Giovanni Sollima & Christopher Knowles - Giovanni Sollima, Giovanni Sollima Band & Robert Wilson. In 2012 Sollima issued a recording in a more traditional classical vein, Neapolitan Cello Concertos on the Glossa label; the album featured the cellist accompanied by Naples' I Turchini ensemble, which specializes in Neapolitan music of the 17th and 18th century, conducted by ensemble founder Antonio Florio. Neapolitan Cello Concertos features compositions by Leonardo Leo, Nicola Fiorenza, and Giuseppe de Majo, along with a new piece ("Fecit Neap. 17") written by Sollima in a congruous style. Baroque concertos and the distinctive voice of Sollima. View record and artist details. Record and Artist Details. Concerto for Cello and Strings. Giuseppe de Majo Composer. Giovanni Sollima (vc). Antonio Florio Conductor. Author: Lindsay Kemp. Fiorenza also contributes a more contrapuntally formal Sinfonia for four violins and bass but the real odd piece out here is Fecit Neap 17, a concerto composed in 2011 by the disc’s soloist, Giovanni Sollima, which atmospherically and imaginatively mixes Neapolitan stylings with hints of orientalism, East European folk and eerie creakings.

Alessando Ciccolini, violin, Giovanni Sollima, cello, and I Turchini di Antonio Florio perform:DE MAJO: Concerto for cello and strings in F major. FIORENZA: Concerto for cello and strings in B flat  . att Pergolesi: Symphony in F major for cello and basso continuo, fourth movement. revisione di Giovanni Sollima). Anonymous: Aria 'Tre giorni son che Nina'/ Tarantella del Gargano.

Giuseppe de Majo (5 December 1697 – 18 November 1771) was an Italian composer and organist. He was the father of the composer Gian Francesco de Majo. His compositional output consists of 10 operas, an oratorio, a concerto for 2 violins, and a considerable amount of sacred music. Born in Naples, Majo spent most of his life working in his native city. He began his studies at the age of 9 at the Conservatorio della Pietà dei Turchini where he was a pupil of Nicola Fago and Andrea Basso. His first opera, Lo finto laccheo, premiered in 1725 at the Teatro dei Fiorentini. Leo, Fiorenza, De Majo, Sollima - Neapolitan Cello Concertos (Giovanni Sollima, I Turchini, Antonio Florio).

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Concerto di Violoncello Con Violini
Composed By – Leonardo Leo
1 Andante Grazioso
2 Presto Con Spirito
3 Amoroso
4 Allegro
Concerto Per Violoncello Ed Archi
Composed By – Nicola Fiorenza
5 Largo
6 Allegro
7 Largo
8 Allegro
9 “Fecit Neap. 17..” Per Violoncello, Archi E Continuo
Composed By – Giovanni Sollima
Sinfonia A 4 Violini E Basso Continuo
Composed By – Nicola Fiorenza
10 Largo
11 Fuga
12 Largo
13 Allegro
Concerto Per Violoncello Ed Archi
Composed By – Giuseppe de Majo
14 Comodo
15 Grave
16 Allegro

Credits

  • Cello – Giovanni Sollima
  • Conductor – Antonio Florio
  • Design – Valentín Iglesias
  • Engineer, Producer – Matteo Costa
  • Ensemble – I Turchini
  • Liner Notes – Dinko Fabris

Notes

http://www.glossamusic.com/glossa/reference.aspx?id=261
Recorded in Naples (Sala del Vasari, Chiesa di S. Anna dei Lombardi) in September 2001.

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