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NI 6134

Violino O Cornetto

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2011


Artists:

Theresa Caudle

violin

Canzona



Venue:

East Woodhay Church, Hampshire

24-26 Nov 2008

Producer:

Adrian Hunter



Engineer:

Adrian Hunter



Record Label
Nimbus

Genre:

Chamber




Total Time - 73:33
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Seventeenth-century Italian solo sonatas
   
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GIOVANNI PAOLO CIMA

1 

Sonata per violino o cornetto e basso

4:50
2 

Sonata per violino e basso

4:24
   
 

GIROLAMO FRESCOBALDI

3 

Canzona terza detta La Lucchesina

3:26
4 

Canzona seconda detta la Bernadina

3:16
   
 

GIOVANNI BATTISTA FONTANA

5 

Sonata Prima

3:58
   
 

DARIO CASTELLO

6 

Sonata seconda a soprano solo

5:25
   
 

BIAGIO MARINI

7 

Sonata per sonar con due corde

8:28
8 

Sonata a basso e violino o cornetto

5:44
   
 

MARCO UCCELLINI

9 

Sonata Quinta

6:00
   
 

MAURIZIO CAZZATI

10 

Sonata Prima 'La Pellicana'

4:31
   
 

ALESSANDRO STRADELLA

11 

Sinfonia in F

5:48
12 

Sinfonia in D Minor

7:13
   
 

ARCANGELO CORELLI

 

Sonata V in G minor

 
13 I Adagio 2:37
14 II Vivace 2:23
15 III Adagio 2:00
16 IV Vivace 1:42
17 V Allegro 1:48
   


This recording explores the rise and development of the solo sonata in Italy, the land of its origin. In the early part of the seventeenth century the violin and cornett were considered virtually interchangeable and were equally prized for both their expressive and virtuosic capabilities. Early sonatas were composed with either instrument in mind and many were published with the written instruction “violino o cornetto”. As the century progressed the violin gradually gained supremacy over the cornett and composers, often violinists themselves, wrote in an increasingly idiomatic style for the violin. Uniquely in modern times, Theresa Caudle plays both instruments and with the varied continuo team of her ensemble Canzona produces an abundance of instrumental colours and array of styles in this musical journey through the seventeenth century

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