Venezia 1700

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Thibault Noally (violon), Les Accents
original title: Venezia 1700 / Thibault Noally, Les Accents
collection: APARTE

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  • Thibault Noally and Les Accents present a celebration of the Venetian Sonata. The term sonata was first coined at the end of the 16th century by Giovanni Croce and Andrea Gabrieli but it was Tartini, born and active in the Venetian Republic, who created some 200 sonatas for violin, the largest body of work in the form, followed by Vivaldi with 80. If Vivaldi borrowed from all an sundry [Caldara, Corelli, Matteis, Bonporti, Albinoni] then others were quick to borrow from him too and the Venetian sonata spread through competing musicians to Germany, via Pisendel and the Dresden court; France with Leclair and Guignone; and Russia with the Venetians Madonis and Dall'Oglio.
    Thibault Noally is a recognised name on the international baroque stage. He best-known as the solo violin of Les Musiciens du Louvre-Grenoble with Marc Minkowski, with the Concerto Köln, Pulcinella or the Ensemble Matheus.

    1-2 TORELLI: Sonata in E minor for violin and continuo GieT 60*
    3-6 BONPORTI: Invenzione in C minor for violin and continuo op. 10 n°6 (1712)
    7 CALDARA: Ciaccona in B-flat major for 2 violins and continuo Op. 2 No. 12 [1699]
    8-11 DALL’ABACO: Sonata in G minor for violin and continuo Op. 4 No. 12*
    12-15 VIVALDI: Sonata in B-flat major for violin and continuo RV759
    16-19 CALDARA: Sonata in C minor for 2 violins and continuo Op2 No.7 [1699]
    20-23 ALBINONI: Sonata in G minor for violin and continuo Op.4 No.5 [1708]
    24 VIVALDI: Sonata in D minor for 2 violins and continuo Op. 1 No. 12 [1705]
    *world premiere recording

    Aparté AP068 À Violino Solo: Biber, Westhoff, Bach, Baltzar, Vilsmayr, Telemann/Thibault Noally, violin
    “Thibault plays with Zen-like calmness, and ends phrases and sections exquisitely...In his stylish performance of the Bach he plays thoughtfully, choosing sensible rather than showy tempi and always shaping his phrases with delicate rubato...We look forward to more from this promising violinist.” Gramophone Magazine, March 2014

  • Thibault Noally (violon)
    Les Accents

    Thibault Noally (violon)
    Les Accents
  • 1 CD - 1h 9mn 0s
    upc/ean. 3149028078121
    ref. AP128
    release date. 2016-11-18