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AB 7616

Scarlatti: Concerti Grossi / Cello Sonatas

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2008

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz

Originally recorded in 2008

Artists:

Accademia Bizantina


Ottavio Dantone


Mauro Valli

cello

Record Label
Arts Music – Blue Line

Genre:

Baroque




Total Time - 63:58
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ALESSANDRO PIETRO SCARLATTI

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Concerto No. 1 in f minor

 
1 I - Grave 1:36
2 II - Allegro 1:39
3 III - Largo 3:15
4 IV - Allemanda (Allegro) 1:16
     
 

Concerto No. 2 in c minor

 
5 I - Allegro 2:39
6 II - Grave 2:43
7 III - Minuetto 1:29
     
 

Concerto No. 3 in F Major

 
8 I - Allegro 0:45
9 II - Largo 1:09
10 III - Allegro 2:01
11 IV - Largo 1:34
12 V - Allegro 2:30
     
 

Concerto No. 4 in g minor

 
13 I - Allegro ma non troppo 2:09
14 II - Grave 2:00
15 III - Vivace 2:15
     
 

Concerto No. 5 in d minor

 
16 I - Allegro 1:55
17 II - Grave 1:04
18 III - Giga: Allegro 0:52
19 IV - Minuetto 1:41
     
 

Concerto No. 6 in E Major

 
20 I - Allegro 1:11
21 II - Allegro 1:57
22 III - Largo 1:32
23 IV - Affettuoso 3:41
     
 

Cello Sonata No. 1 in d minor

 
24 I - Largo 2:52
25 II - Allegro 1:58
26 III - Largo 1:08
27 IV - A tempo giusto 1:51
     
 

Cello Sonata No. 2 in c minor

 
28 I - Largo 1:46
29 II - Allegro 1:41
30 III - Piano 1:30
31 IV - Presto 0:46
     
 

Cello Sonata No. 3 in C Major

 
32 I - Largo 2:44
33 II - Allegro 1:29
34 III - Amoroso 1:39
35 IV - Presto 1:41
     
 Mauro Valli cello
 Ottavio Dantone
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"A Classic!"

Chiara Sirk - Bacheca - September 2011


"Cellist Mauro Valli and his accompanists (Tiziano Bagnati, lute and Ottavio Dantone, harpsichord) have made some executive decisions that impact positively on the performances. The members of Accademia Bizantina really get inside these pices to provide a compelling musical experience. Again, superb engineering - the Arts Music label seems to specialize in applying SACD recording technique to the benefit of soloists and small ensembles: the Accademia Bizantina fills the listening room with beguiling musical sounds. Heartily recommended!"

Lee Passarella - Audiophile Audition - December 2011


<p>&quot;Cellist Mauro Valli and his accompanists (Tiziano Bagnati, lute and Ottavio Dantone, harpsichord) have made some executive decisions that impact positively on the performances. The members of Accademia Bizantina really get inside these pices to provide a compelling musical experience. Again, superb engineering - the Arts Music label seems to specialize in applying SACD recording technique to the benefit of soloists and small ensembles: the Accademia Bizantina fills the listening room with beguiling musical sounds. Heartily recommended!&quot;</p> <p>Lee Passarella - <strong>Audiophile Audition - December 2011</strong></p>


"Startling chamber music played to the fullest of Scarlatti’s intentions: each bar is loaded with intensity, dynamic range and passion. The performers find delirious glee even in monor key movements, and in major keys, like Number 3, the delirium becomes indescribably delicious. Also, don’t forget, you heard it here first: Cello Sonata Numer 3 belongs on every cellists repertoire."

Laurence Vittes - Huffington Post - 18 November 2011


                    *****

"Superb!  The recording is of very best quality, very straight forward and yet spatially, rich in detail but also homogeneous..."

 

Rémy Franck - Pizzicato - October 2011


"These are excellent performances"

American Record Guide - June 2004


"Exciting and above all outstandingly precious interpretations ... give us more!"

klassik.com - June 2004


"The artists from the Accademia Bizantina offer a vivacious and subtile interpretation ... One hour of untroubled music delight"

klassik-heute.com - June 2004


           ****
Musica - August 2004


"Dantone is ideally vivid, sensible and full of contrasts ... excellent homogeneity all over"

Répertoire - 17 August 2004




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