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FIORENZA, N.: Concertos / Sonatas (Demicheli)

FIORENZA, N.: Concertos / Sonatas (Demicheli)

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2013

Originally recorded in 2013


Stefano Demicheli


Dolce and Tempesta


Nicholas Anthony Robinson


Marco Testori


Dolce and Tempesta


Record Label
Fuga Libera


Orchestral & Concertos


Total Time - 66:45
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FIORENZA, N.: Concertos / Sonatas (Demicheli)

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Chamber Concerto in F minor

1 I. Largo - Presto 2:19
2 II. Allegro ma non presto 4:39
3 III. Largo 4:15
4 IV. Allegro 2:10
 Dolce and Tempesta Ensemble

Concerto for 2 Violins, Cello Obbligato and Continuo in D major

5 I. Largo 3:44
6 II. Allegro 2:41
7 III. Largo 2:11
8 IV. Allegro 2:43
 Marco Testori Soloist

Concerto for 3 Violins and Basso Continuo in A minor

9 I. Andante lento 2:38
10 II. Allegro 2:25
11 III. Largo 1:56
12 IV. Allegro 1:25
 Dolce and Tempesta Ensemble

Violin Sonata in G major

13 I. Largo 5:38
14 II. Allegro 2:10
15 III. Largo 3:01
16 IV. Fuga 3:35
 Nicholas Anthony Robinson Soloist

Chamber Concerto in D major

17 I. Largo 3:25
18 II. Allegro 1:42
19 III. Andante largo 2:18
20 IV. Allegro ma non presto 2:20
 Marco Testori Soloist

Sinfonia for Flute, 2 Violins and Basso Continuo in A minor

21 I. Grave 3:04
22 II. Allegro 2:14
23 III. Grave 3:02
24 IV. Allegro 1:10
 Dolce and Tempesta Ensemble
 Stefano Demicheli Conductor

After having enchanted us with Porpora’s Notturni (CD Fuga Libera FG 0526), the Dolce & Tempesta Ensemble now reveals new hidden treasures of the Neapolitan School. A rival of Domenico de Matteis, the irascible violinist Nicola Fiorenza (ca. 1700 - 1764) used to strike his pupils with his sword at the conservatory Santa Maria di Loreto in Naples while writing delightful works, full of inventiveness, charm and fancy. His concerti grossi are played with the brilliance and tastefulness which characterise the extraordinary Italian virtuoso ensemble founded by harpsichordist Stefano Demicheli. A programme never before recorded and the discovery of a forgotten and most endearing character!
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