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Homage to a Spanish Grandee

Albinoni: Selecton from 'Concerti a cinque', Op. 10

The Classical Shop
release date: May 2010

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2009

Artists:

Simon Standage


Collegium Musicum 90



Venue:

St Jude-on-the-Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London



Producer:

Nicholas Anderson



Engineer:

Jonathan Cooper


Paul Quilter

(Assistant)

Record Label
Chaconne

Genre:

Chamber


Early Music

Total Time - 68:29
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Homage to a Spanish Grandee

   
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TOMASO GIOVANNI ALBINONI

(1671-1751)
   
  Homage to a Spanish Grandee:  
  Selection from 'Concerti a cinque', Op. 10  
   
 

Concerto Primo

6:34  
  in B flat major - in B-Dur - en si bémol majeur  
1 Allegro 2:18
2 Adagio 2:12
3 Allegro 2:04
   
 

Concerto Secondo

10:00  
  in G minor - in g-Moll - en sol mineur  
4 Allegro 3:34
5 Andante 2:55
6 Allegro 3:30
   
 

Concerto Terzo

8:11  
  in C major - in C-Dur - en ut majeur  
7 Allegro 4:06
8 Adagio 2:12
9 Allegro 1:52
   
 

Concerto Quinto

8:15  
  in A major - in A-Dur - en la majeur  
10 Allegro 3:14
11 Sempre Piano 2:08
12 Allegro 2:53
   
 

Concerto Settimo

9:03  
  in F major - in F-Dur - en fa majeur  
13 Allegro 3:10
14 Andante 3:05
15 Allegro 2:47
   
 

Concerto Ottavo

9:25  
  in G minor - in g-Moll - en sol mineur  
16 Allegro 4:01
17 Largo 2:00
18 Allegro 3:23
   
 

Concerto Undicesimo

7:17  
  in C minor - in c-Moll - en ut mineur  
19 Allegro 4:21
20 Larghetto 1:15
21 Allegro assai 1:42
   
 

Concerto Dodicesimo

9:48  
  in B flat major - in B-Dur - en si bémol majeur  
22 Allegro 4:03
23 Adagio 1:56
24 Allegro 3:48


In this latest recording of works by Albinoni, Simon Standage directs Collegium Musicum 90 showcasing the rarely performed and recorded Op. 10 Concertos. As late as 1961, academics were unaware of Albinoni’s last set of concertos. All this changed when two small private collections were found to contain the print. Since then, the existence of Op.10 has been known to scholars, but awareness of it and curiosity about it has not really penetrated. Most of the Op.10 concertos have not been published in a modern edition, and the set has been recorded only twice before.

The dedicatee of Op. 10 was the Marquis of Castelar, Don Luca Fernando Patiño, who had come to Italy from Spain as a military commander. As a result, the Op.10 concertos are highly individual. If one looks at the melodic lines in isolation, they look full modern for the 1730s, but if one looks at the bass line they go right back to the time of Albinoni’s Op.2 and Op.5. Albinoni alludes to the dedicatee in the music itself: the first movement of Concerto 11 is a vivid evocation of flamenco style, with all its fierce percussiveness. Note writer Michael Talbot describes the concertos as ‘undoubtedly ‘odd’ in the fact that they are wildly different from what one expects from any composer working in the 1730s, but they are also beautiful in a way absolutely peculiar to their composer and in a way a logical conclusion of his art.’

Simon Standage performs regularly with Collegium Musicum 90 and other groups and is a very well respected performer in the early-music field.”


"...One cannot fail to be impressed by the sheer excellence of Collegium Musicum 90’s recording of concerto nos 1-3, 5, 7-8 and 11-12 ..."

Andrew Wolley - Early Music - August 2011
 


“Warmly recommended”

George Chien
 

Fanfare - November/December 2010

                     Performance ****      Recording *****
                                              

George Pratt
 

BBC Music Magazine - September 2010

                          Repertoire ***                Sound ****

                                                                   

Richard Lorber
 

Fono Forum (Germany) - August 2010

            ****

 

Rick Jones

Classic FM Magazine - August 2010

“Little-known concertos by a composer who deserves a greater reputation”

Nalen Anthoni
 

Gramophone - August 2010

“This is a tasteful and insightful exploration from Albinoni’s Op 10…”  ***

Mark Argent
 

Classical Music Magazine - 1 June - August 2010



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