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TO 0208

Giuseppe Tartini - 30 Sonate Piccole, Volume Two

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2014

Originally recorded in 2011

Artists:

Peter Sheppard Skaerved

violin

Venue:

St John the Baptist, Aldbury

5 January 2011

Producer:

Peter Sheppard Skaerved



Engineer:

Jonathan Haskell



Record Label
Toccata

Genre:

Violin




Total Time - 70:08
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GIUSEPPE TARTINI

 

Sonata No.7 in A minor

 
1 I Adagio 2:11
2 II Allegro 2:40
3 III Tema con variazione 11:43
4 IV [Allegro assai] 1:36
   
 

Sonata No.8 in G minor

 
5 I Andante 1:50
6 II Allegro 1:45
7 III Affettuoso 2:34
8 IV Allegro assai 2:12
   
 

Sonata No.9 in A major

 
9 I Largo andante 2:54
10 II Allegro 3:18
11 III Allegro 1:38
12 IV Allegro assai 1:30
13 V Menuet 1:40
   
 

Sonata No.10 in B flat major

 
14 I Largo 3:01
15 II Allegro 2:30
16 III Subito affettuoso 1:42
17 IV Menuet 1:43
   
 

Sonata No.11 in E major

 
18 I Andante cantabile 2:41
19 II Allegro 2:44
20 III [Siciliana] 1:39
21 IV Menuet 2:16
22 V Allegro assai 0:57
   
 

Sonata No.12 in G major

 
23 I Tasso 1:07
24 II Grave 'Il tormento di quest' anima' 3:17
25 III Canzone Veneziana 1:57
26 IV 'Quanto mai felici siete' 1:34
27 V Tema con Variazione 5:29
  TT 70:08      
   
 Peter Sheppard Skaerved violin
   


In the last years of his life, the great composer, violinist and swordsman Giuseppe Tartini (1692–1770) laboured at a cycle of sonatas for solo violin. The resulting manuscript offers the most important composition for solo violin after Bach and, at six hours in duration, the largest integrated work for the instrument. This first complete recording is based on a fresh study of the source and includes a number of works in Tartini’s shorthand, overlooked in earlier editions.

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