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VIVALDI, A.: Cello Sonatas Nos. 1-6 (with versions by L. Dallapiccola) (Rummel, Korber, Tibbles)

VIVALDI, A.: Cello Sonatas Nos. 1-6 (with versions by L. Dallapiccola) (Rummel, Korber, Tibbles)

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release date: March 2012


Artists:

Till Alexander Korber

Soloist

James Tibbles

Soloist

Martin Rummel

Soloist

Record Label
Musicaphon

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 135:25
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VIVALDI, A.: Cello Sonatas Nos. 1-6 (with versions by L. Dallapiccola) (Rummel, Korber, Tibbles)

     
     
 

LUIGI DALLAPICCOLA



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Cello Sonata in B flat major, Op. 14, No. 1, RV 47 (arr. L. Dallapiccola for cello and piano)

 
1 I. Largamente, ma Andante 3:28
 Till Alexander Korber Soloist
     
2 II. Allegro 2:59
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
3 III. Largo ben declamato 3:00
 Till Alexander Korber Soloist
     
4 IV. Allegro 2:08
 Till Alexander Korber Soloist
     
 

Cello Sonata in F major, Op. 14, No. 2, RV 41 (arr. L. Dallapiccola for cello and piano)

 
5 I. Andante, senza trascinare 3:10
 Till Alexander Korber Soloist
     
 

ANTONIO VIVALDI

6 II. Allegro misurato 2:35
 Till Alexander Korber Soloist
     
 

LUIGI DALLAPICCOLA

7 III. Largo molto espressivo 3:17
 Till Alexander Korber Soloist
     
8 IV. Allegro 2:28
 Till Alexander Korber Soloist
     
 

Cello Sonata in A minor, Op. 14, No. 3, RV 43 (arr. L. Dallapiccola for cello and piano)

 
9 I. Maestoso, con grandezza 3:21
 Till Alexander Korber Soloist
     
 

ANTONIO VIVALDI

10 II. Allegro sostenuto 3:15
 Till Alexander Korber Soloist
     
 

LUIGI DALLAPICCOLA

11 III. Largo 4:06
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
12 IV. Allegro non troppo 3:05
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
 

Cello Sonata in B flat major, Op. 14, No. 4, RV 45 (arr. L. Dallapiccola for cello and piano)

 
13 I. Andante sostenuto 3:41
 Till Alexander Korber Soloist
     
14 II. Allegro 2:47
 Till Alexander Korber Soloist
     
15 III. Largo 3:00
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
16 IV. Moderato e grazioso 2:38
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
 

Cello Sonata in E minor, Op. 14, No. 5, RV 40 (arr. L. Dallapiccola for cello and piano)

 
17 I. Largo 2:13
 Till Alexander Korber Soloist
     
18 II. Allegro con spirito 2:47
 Till Alexander Korber Soloist
     
 

ANTONIO VIVALDI

19 III. Largo tranquillo alla Siciliana 2:52
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
 

LUIGI DALLAPICCOLA

20 IV. Allegro 1:58
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
 

ANTONIO VIVALDI

 

Cello Sonata in B flat major, Op. 14, No. 6, RV 46 (arr. L. Dallapiccola for cello and piano)

 
21 I. Allegro sostenuto 2:01
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
 

LUIGI DALLAPICCOLA

22 II. Allegro non troppo 2:30
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
23 III. Largo doloroso 2:14
 Till Alexander Korber Soloist
     
24 IV. Allegro spirituoso 2:19
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
     


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ANTONIO VIVALDI

 

Cello Sonata in B flat major, Op. 14, No. 1, RV 47

 
1 I. Preludio: Largo 3:29
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
2 II. Allemanda: Allegro 2:57
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
3 III. Largo 2:55
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
4 IV. Corrente: Allegro 2:06
 James Tibbles Soloist
     
 

Cello Sonata in F major, Op. 14, No. 2, RV 41

 
5 I. Largo 3:11
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
6 II. Allegro 2:34
 James Tibbles Soloist
     
7 III. Largo 3:09
 James Tibbles Soloist
     
8 IV. Allegro 2:27
 James Tibbles Soloist
     
 

Cello Sonata in A minor, Op. 14, No. 3, RV 43

 
9 I. Largo 3:28
 James Tibbles Soloist
     
10 II. Allegro 3:19
 James Tibbles Soloist
     
11 III. Largo 3:44
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
12 IV. Allegro 3:04
 James Tibbles Soloist
     
 

Cello Sonata in B flat major, Op. 14, No. 4, RV 45

 
13 I. Largo 3:32
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
14 II. Allegro 2:49
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
15 III. Largo 2:57
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
16 IV. Allegro 2:42
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
 

Cello Sonata in E minor, Op. 14, No. 5, RV 40

 
17 I. Largo 2:55
 James Tibbles Soloist
     
18 II. Allegro 2:53
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
19 III. Largo 2:27
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
20 IV. Allegro 1:48
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
 

Cello Sonata in B flat major, Op. 14, No. 6, RV 46

 
21 I. Largo 2:20
 James Tibbles Soloist
     
22 II. Allegro 2:29
 James Tibbles Soloist
     
23 III. Largo 2:12
 Martin Rummel Soloist
     
24 IV. Allegro 2:06
 James Tibbles Soloist


Six sonatas in comparison: firstly the original, additionally the revision by one of the most profiled composers of the 20th century. At the beginning of the 20th century,  it was very popular amongst composers in Italy to engage in the music of the Baroque, trying to continue the great tradition of Italian instrumental music that had been interrupted by the prominent position of the opera during the 19th century. 
 
Luigi Dallapiccola also contributed to the rediscovery of Italian Baroque music, but his 1955 edition of the Six Sonatas for cello solo and Basso by Vivaldi has a special position within this interest in historic music. At first glance, Dallapiccola only seems to be the editor of the Sonatas by Vivaldi: on top of page 1, it only says “revision and realization of the Figured Bass by Luigi Dallapiccola”.
 
What exactly is the revision? As mentioned by the editor in the preface, he only corrects assumed writing errors in the cello and bass parts, the latter now being in the left hand of the piano part.
 
Opposed to this, the “realization of the Figured Bass” is highly intriguing. The modest word “realization” at first leads to the assumption that the editor followed the usual path of translating the figures into chords so that the contemporary player, who is usually not trained to improvise to the figures anymore, plays the right harmonies with his right hand. But Dallapiccola went much further than this by writing an individual part for the right hand that makes the piano emerge from the role as an accompanying instrument and lifts it to being the cellist’s equal partner. This added third voice makes the two original voices appear in a completely new context.
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