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Elizabeth Wallfisch / Nicholas Kraemer / Raglan Baroque Players - Tartini: Violin Concertos (2003)

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Elizabeth Wallfisch / Nicholas Kraemer / Raglan Baroque Players - Tartini: Violin Concertos (2003)
Artist: Elizabeth Wallfisch / Nicholas Kraemer / Raglan Baroque Players
Title Of Album: Tartini: Violin Concertos
Year Of Release: 2003
Label: Hyperion
Country: UK
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (*image + .cue, log, booklet)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 70:09 min
Full Size: 347 MB







Tracklist:

01. Work(s): Violin Concerto in B flat major, Op. 1/12: Allegro
02. Work(s): Violin Concerto in B flat major, Op. 1/12: Adagio
03. Violin Concerto in B flat major, D. III (Op. 1): Allegro
04. Violin Concerto in G minor, D. 85 (Op. 1/1): Allegro
05. Violin Concerto in G minor, D. 85 (Op. 1/1): Fuga a la breve
06. Violin Concerto in G minor, D. 85 (Op. 1/1): Cantabile
07. Violin Concerto in G minor, D. 85 (Op. 1/1): Allegro assai
08. Violin Concerto in C major (UC Berkeley Ms.): Allegro assai
09. Violin Concerto in C major (UC Berkeley Ms.): Siciliano: [Larghetto]
10. Violin Concerto in C major (UC Berkeley Ms.): Allegro assai
11. Violin Concerto in F major, D. 58 (Op. 1/5): Allegro
12. Violin Concerto in F major, D. 58 (Op. 1/5): Adagio
13. Violin Concerto in F major, D. 58 (Op. 1/5): Allegro
14. Violin Concerto in D major, D. 15 (Op. 1/4): Allegro
15. Violin Concerto in D major, D. 15 (Op. 1/4): Cantabile
16. Violin Concerto in D major, D. 15 (Op. 1/4): [Allegro]

The violin concertos of Giuseppe Tartini's Op. 1 were composed and issued in the late 1720s and early 1730s , in what might now be called the publication event stretched over several years. They contain elements of the clearly structured Baroque style Tartini inherited from Vivaldi and Corelli, of the more flamboyant virtuoso style familiar from the composer's Devil's Trill, and, often in the finales, of the lighter style of the mid-century. In this selection of five concertos, originally issued in 2003, Australian historical-instrument veteran Elizabeth Wallfisch and Britain's Raglan Baroque Players emphasize the first and to an extent the third of these. Wallfisch's readings are measured, on the slow side, and technically very strong. Where Tartini offers an entire movement that breaks the Vivaldian pattern, such as the fugue inserted into the Violin Concerto in G minor (track 5) or the bewitching movement simply labeled "Cantabile" in the same concerto, her readings are persuasive. The big Allegro movements are somewhat less so. Tartini's prodigious powers as a violinist and performer were documented early in his life, and these performances don't quite have the flavor of music that began to draw violinists from all over Europe to study with Tartini in Padua. Still, Wallfisch carefully renders the rhythmic breaking-up of the homogeneous Baroque line that Tartini attempted in these concertos, and the crisp strings of the Raglan group sound attractive in the hands of leader Nicholas Kraemer and Hyperion's top-notch engineers. Anyone with a collection of High Baroque instrumental music will enjoy this album and the spirit of freshness in the music it contains. -- James Manheim



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