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TARTINI, G.: Violin Concertos, Vol. 17 (L'Arte dell'Arco) - D. 6, 11, 25, 32, 36, 37, 51, 80, 98, 114, 121

TARTINI, G.: Violin Concertos, Vol. 17 (L'Arte dell'Arco) - D. 6, 11, 25, 32, 36, 37, 51, 80, 98, 114, 121

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release date: November 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Giovanni Guglielmo

Conductor

Federico Guglielmo

Soloist

Giovanni Guglielmo

Soloist

Carlo Lazari

Soloist

Arte dell'Arco, L'

Chamber

Venue:

Studio Magister, Preganziol, Treviso, Italy

Venue

Record Label
Dynamic

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 126:00
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TARTINI, G.: Violin Concertos, Vol. 17 (L'Arte dell'Arco) - D. 6, 11, 25, 32, 36, 37, 51, 80, 98, 114, 121

     
 

GIUSEPPE TARTINI

     


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Violin Concerto in A Minor, D. 114

 
1 I. Allegro 06:10
2 II. Adagio 01:40
3 III. Allegro 05:11
 Federico Guglielmo Soloist
     
 

Violin Concerto in D Major, D. 25

 
4 I. Allegro 04:18
5 II. Largo, "La mia Filli" 01:46
6 III. Allegro assai 03:24
 Carlo Lazari Soloist
     
 

Violin Concerto in B-Flat Major, D. 121

 
7 I. Allegro non presto 04:17
8 II. Andante assai 02:30
9 III. Allegro assai 03:50
 Federico Guglielmo Soloist
     
 

Violin Concerto in D Major, D. 36

 
10 I. Allegro 04:02
11 II. Larghetto 02:49
12 III. Allegro 04:12
 Giovanni Guglielmo Soloist
     
 

Violin Concerto in C Major, D. 11

 
13 I. Allegro 03:40
14 II. Andante 01:24
15 III. Allegro 03:43
 Carlo Lazari Soloist
     
 

Violin Concerto in E Major, D. 51

 
16 I. Allegro 05:55
17 II. Grave, "Tortorella bacie" 02:11
18 III. Allegro assai 04:33
 Carlo Lazari Soloist
     
     


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Violin Concerto in D Major, D. 32

 
1 I. Allegro 06:06
2 II. Grave 02:22
3 III. Allegro 05:43
 Federico Guglielmo Soloist
     
 

Violin Concerto in A Major, D. 98

 
4 I. Allegro 03:40
5 II. Grave, "Stagion bella" 01:59
6 III. Allegro assai 03:12
 Giovanni Guglielmo Soloist
     
 

Violin Concerto in D Major, D. 37

 
7 I. Allegro 03:42
8 II. Andante non largo 01:39
9 III. Allegro non presto 04:26
 Carlo Lazari Soloist
     
 

Violin Concerto in G Major, D. 80

 
10 I. Allegro ma non presto 06:15
11 II. Andante 02:07
12 III. Allegro assai 03:33
13 II. Grave (alternative slow movement) 03:46
 Giovanni Guglielmo Soloist
     
 

Violin Concerto in C Major, D. 6

 
14 I. Allegro 05:07
15 II. Largo andante 02:23
16 III. Presto 04:25
 Carlo Lazari Soloist
     
 Giovanni Guglielmo Conductor


Life gave the ”Master of the Nations” Giuseppe Tartini a great musical talent and a complex destiny.

While the episodes of his life are known to his admirers, only a few of his works are well-known.

Yet after his death, right from the beginning, from Padua, where his works are still kept in the Archive of the Cappella Antoniana of St. Anthony’s Basilica, his music was amply disseminated. As the musicologist Pierluigi Petrobelli justly pointed out,

Tartini earned the affection of his pupils, first among them Giulio Meneghini. At his death, they wanted to export the greatness of their master to their own places of birth; thus the origin of the copies of Tartini’s sonatas and concertos, those copies that today we can find in Italian libraries and musical archives (in Padua, Venezia, Ancona), as well as European (especially in Paris) and American ones (the Berkeley collection). History often completes what man begins: the commitment of Dynamic and of the ensemble L’Arte dell’Arco has brought back to life a generous portion of Tartini’s brilliant work, the violin concertos, making it available to the public at large. This can be seen as a repeat of the same gesture of respect of Tartini’s pupils: the desire to spread the Maestro’s genius. As the two-hundredand-fiftieth anniversary of Tartini’s death approaches, this is one of the best tributes that we can offer him today. ( Fr. Alberto Fanton) 

This double album, the seventeenth and last issue of the series, features, like volume sixteen, eleven concertos, all dating from the second period of Tartini’s activity, the most fertile and rich of masterful works. Several of these concertos (namely D 114, 121, 36, 11, 32, 98, 37, 80 and 6) have come down to us through manuscript copies kept in the Blancheton Fund of the Paris Bibliothèque du Conservatoire, now Bibliothèque Nationale, which may not allow us to establish precise dates of composition but at least narrows them down to a circumscribed period, for this Fund was created in 1741 and holds mostly works written around the middle of the 1730s. It stands to reason, therefore, that Tartini likely composed the present concertos around the age of forty, at the apex of his creative activity, and indeed all these works reveal consistent stylistic features.

 

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