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DAVIDE DA BERGAMO: Organ Music (Romantic Organ Works) (Marcon)

DAVIDE DA BERGAMO: Organ Music (Romantic Organ Works) (Marcon)

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2000

Artists:

Andrea Marcon

Soloist

Venue:

Chiesa di San Agostino, Treviso, Italy



Record Label
Divox

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 61:48
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DAVIDE DA BERGAMO

     
1 

Suonatina in F major, "Per Offertorio e Postcommunio" [Version 1]

3:57
     
2 

Suonatina in C major, "Per Offertorio e Postcommunio"

4:28
     
3 

Elevazione in D minor (I)

4:27
     
4 

Sinfonia col tanto applaudito inno popolare

8:52
     
5 

La vera piva montanara

8:40
     
6 

Elevazione in D minor (II)

4:28
     
7 

Suonatina in D major

4:32
     
8 

Elevazione in B major

3:42
     
9 

Suonata in G major

5:28
     
10 

Elevazione in F major

2:32
     
11 

Sinfonia in D major

10:42
     
 Andrea Marcon Soloist


Romantic Organ Works
 
Historic Organ Series’ third volume is dedicated to the music of one of the few composers who composed exclusively organ music during the 19th century. Padre Davide da Bergamo (1791-1863) was a famous organ composer as well as virtuoso organ player. He was very popular in Italy and as well very estimated by his colleagues. Although he took orders very early, his music kept a strong operatic flavour as the lyric drama then was prevalent in Italy. His style is still strongly apealing, with the crescendos à la Rossini, the dramatic modulations and the ample, belcantist melodies.
 
Padre Davide da Bergamo was able to use all the very special registers (Corno inglese, Ottavino, Corni dolci, fluta) and the whole range of colours possible on the incredible organ Serassi (1858). The Serassi organ (unique in the province of Treviso) which has been used for this recording meets Padre Davide’s intention of creating music that makes listener smile and where the very fine taste of fair is always present.
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