VIVALDI: New Discoveries II

1 CD - NAÏVE OP30534
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Ann Hallenberg, Alexis Kossenko, Modo Antiquo, Federico Maria Sardelli
original title: Vivaldi / New Discoveries II
collection: Naïve classique

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  • World premiere recordings of Vivaldi scores recently discovered in Europe

    Concerto in re minore ‘Il Gran Mogol’ RV 431a per flauto traversiere, archi e basso continuo [Edinburgh]
    Aria ‘Son nel Mar d’aspri tormenti’, L’inganno trionfante in amore RV 721, II, 10 [Berlin]
    Aria ‘S’odo quel rio che mormora’, L’inganno trionfante in amore RV 721, II, 2 [Enghien]
    Concerto in la maggiore RV 817 per violino principale, archi e basso continuo [Dresden]
    Aria ‘Palpita il core, e freme’, L’inganno trionfante in amore RV 721, I, 8 [Berlin]
    Aria ‘Langue il fior su l’arsa sponda’, L’inganno trionfante in amore RV 721, II, 13 [Enghien]
    Sonata in re maggiore RV 816 per violino e basso continuo [London]
    Aria ‘Vaghe luci belle’ L’ipermestra RV 722, I, 1
    Sonata in do maggiore RV 815 per violino e basso continuo [London]

    This is the 45th title in the Vivaldi Edition, 3 years after the first recording dedicated to Vivaldi scores discovered in Europe between 2000 and 2007, now in its 12th year. This second volume features the most recent discoveries in world premiere recordings and will further contribute to complete one of the most fascinating jigsaw puzzles in musical history
    Federico Maria Sardelli is a member of the musicological committee of the Istituto Italiano Antonio Vivaldi at the Fondazione Cini in Venice, for which he has published numerous scholarly essays. In July 2007 Peter Ryom chose him to continue his monumental work of cataloguing the music of Antonio Vivaldi; since then, Sardelli
    has been the editor of the Vivaldi Werkverzeichnis (RV).
    Since 2008 the harvest has been abundant enough to nourish this second volume of Vivaldian revelations, including a violin concerto, a flute concerto and 4 opera arias from 'L'inganno trionfante in amore', one of the most important lost opera scores of Vivaldi.
    Alongside Sardelli and his orchestra Modo Antiquo, the recording features such illustrious names as mezzo-soprano Ann Hallenberg, violinist Anton Steck and flautist Alexis Kossenko.

    ALSO AVAILABLE:
    OP30480 Vivaldi New Discoveries I / Romina Basso,
    Modo Antiquo / Federico Maria Sardelli
  • Ann Hallenberg
    Alexis Kossenko
    Modo Antiquo
    Federico Maria Sardelli


    Ann Hallenberg [mezzo-soprano]
    Anton Steck [violin]
    Alexis Kossenko [flute]
    Modo Antiquo / Federico Maria Sardelli
  • 1 CD - 0h 58mn 19s
    upc/ean. 709861305346
    ref. OP30534
    release date. 2012-06-04
 

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