Giovanni Battista Costanzi, Giovanni Sollima, Monika Leskovar, Arianna Art Ensemble - Sinfonie Per Violoncello mp3 album
Tracklist: 01. Sinfonia in D Major for Cello & Basso continuo: I. Adagio staccato - Giovanni Sollima 02. Sinfonia in D Major for Cello & Basso continuo: II. Allegro - Giovanni Sollima 03. Sinfonia in D Major for Cello & Basso continuo: III. Amoroso - Giovanni Sollima 04. Sinfonia in D Major for Cello & Basso continuo: IV. Minuetto amoroso - Giovanni Sollima 05. Sinfonia in B-Flat Major for Cello & Basso continuo: I. Adagio - Giovanni Sollima 06. Sinfonia in B-Flat Major for Cello & Basso continuo: II. Spiritoso - Giovanni Sollima 07. Sinfonia in B-Flat Major for Cello . .
A new Italian Sony BMG release, We Were Trees, arrived in 2008; the CD is notable for its pairing of Sollima with Croatian cellist Monika Leskovar, who has concertized in duet with Sollima on a number of occasions; the appearances of Berlin string ensemble Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop and (on one track) American rock vocalist Patti Smith; and the inclusion of "Violincelles, Vibrez!," nearly a.
Arianna Art Ensemble.
Allegro Giovanni Battista Costanzi; Giovanni Sollima; Arianna Art Ensemble. 3. III. Amoroso Giovanni Battista Costanzi; Giovanni Sollima; Arianna Art Ensemble. 4. IV. Minuetto amoroso Giovanni Battista Costanzi; Giovanni Sollima; Arianna Art Ensemble. Sinfonia in B Flat Major for Cello & Basso continuo. 5. I. Adagio Giovanni Battista Costanzi; Giovanni Sollima; Arianna Art Ensemble. Sollima is joined on the album by the Arianna Art Ensemble and fellow cellist Monika Leskovar, who appears on a pair of sonatas for two cellos. 192 kHz, 24-bit, 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – Glossa Studio Masters. Recorded in Treviso (Teatro delle Voci Studios), Italy, October 2015 Engineered and produced by Filippo Lanteri Executive producers: Chantal Racine, Carlos Céster Booklet essay by Imma Battista.
Sinfonia in D Major for Cello & Basso continuo: I.
Together with the Arianna Art Ensemble, Sollima has recorded five sinfonias for cello and continuo, and a sonata for two cellos where he is joined once again by Monika Leskovar. The four-movement structure favoured by Corelli is still apparent in some of these sinfonias but there is evidence of influences coming from Europe although Costanzi did not venture far outside the Eternal City. It is also likely that he taught the young Boccherini, who had made the considerable journey from Lucca for lessons with 'Giovannino del Violoncelo'.
Composed By – Giovanni Battista Costanzi (tracks: 1-17, 21-23), Giovanni Sollima (tracks: 18-20). Violoncello – Andrea Rigano (2), Giovanni Sollima, Monika Leskovar (tracks: 9-11, 18-20).
Arianna Art Ensemble Sollima. With one album of cello sonatas by Giovanni Battista Costanzi behind him, Giovanni Sollima has decided to provide further proof of how Costanzi has hitherto been a woefully neglected but exciting compositional voice from that nebulous period between Baroque and Classical.
By Giovanni Battista Costanzi, Giovanni Sollima, Arianna Art Ensemble, Monika Leskovar. Listen to Costanzi: Sinfonie per violoncello in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Giovanni Sollima, Monika Leskovar (cello), Gianluca Ubaldi (timpani, tamburello); Arianna Art Ensemble. Giovanni Sollima is the living embodiment of an 18th-century virtuoso-composer; a consummate performer-acrobat, whose fiery physicality no dizzying speed nor vaulting elaboration can challenge. While his own music can feel like a high-end period drama, his playing of the real thing is inspired. In Roman cellist-composer Giovanni Battista Costanzi (1704-1778), he has found a galant soul-mate. Having recorded the Sonatas, he turns to the Sinfonias, with their unusual pattern of slow-fast-(slow)-minuet, where the minuet slips out of formal dress into something more edgy. This album makes a seemingly effortless case for the music of these composers'.
|Sinfonia In D Major For Violoncello And Basso Continuo|
|Sinfonia In B Flat Major For Violoncello And Basso Continuo|
|Sonata Da Camera For Two Violoncellos «Ad Uso Di Corni Da Caccia»|
|9||Amoroso / Allegro Assai / Amoroso||1:47|
|Sinfonia In G Major For Violoncello And Basso Continuo|
|Sinfonia In E Flat Major For Violoncello And Basso Continuo|
|Giovanni Sollima: The Hunting Sonata|
|18||Adagio / Allegro||5:32|
|Sinfonia In C Major For Violoncello And Basso Continuo|
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- Composed By – Giovanni Battista Costanzi (tracks: 1-17, 21-23), Giovanni Sollima (tracks: 18-20)
- Design – Rosa Tendero
- Editor [Editorial Assistance] – María Díaz
- Engineer, Producer – Filippo Lanteri
- Ensemble – Arianna Art Ensemble
- Executive Producer – Chantal Racine
- Executive Producer, Editor [Editorial Direction] – Carlos Céster
- Harpsichord – Cinzia Guarino
- Liner Notes [Booklet Essay] – Stefano Russomanno
- Liner Notes [English Translation], Editor [Editorial Assistance] – Mark Wiggins
- Liner Notes [French Translation] – Pierre Élie Mamou
- Liner Notes [German Translation] – Susanne Lowien
- Lute [Archlute], Guitar [Baroque Guitar] – Paolo Rigano
- Photography By – Francesco Ferla
- Timpani, Tambourine [Tamburello] – Gianluca Ubaldi (tracks: 9-11, 20)
- Violoncello – Andrea Rigano , Giovanni Sollima, Monika Leskovar (tracks: 9-11, 18-20)
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- Barcode: 8 424562 23802 2