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Carlo Guandalino & Laura Farabollini - Zipoli: Complete Keyboard Music (2016)

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Carlo Guandalino & Laura Farabollini - Zipoli: Complete Keyboard Music (2016)
Artist: Carlo Guandalino & Laura Farabollini
Title Of Album: Zipoli: Complete Keyboard Music
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Brilliant Classics
Country: Italy
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (*image + .cue, log, scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 02:28:30
Full Size: 856 MB


Domenico Zipoli (1688-1726)

CD 1
[1] Toccata in D minor
[2] Versi in D minor
[3] Canzona in D minor
[4] Versi in C major
[5] Canzona in C major
[6] Versi in F major
[7] Canzona in F major
[8] Versi in E minor
[9] Canzona in E minor
[10] Versi in G minor
[11] Canzona in G minor
[12] All'Elevazione [I] in F major
[13] Al Post Comunio in F major
[14] All'Elevazione [II] in C major
[15] All'Offertorio in C major
[16] Pastorale in C major
[17]-[20] Transcription of Corelli's Sonata Op.5 No.7

CD 2
[1]-[4] Suite in B minor
[5]-[8] Suite in G minor
[9]-[13] Suite in C major
[14] Partite in C major
[15]-[18] Suite in D minor
[19] Partite in A minor


Carlo Guandalino organ (CD1)
Laura Farabollini harpsichord (CD2)

If the keyboard music of Domenico Zipoli (1688-1726) is now played or remembered, it is through the gentle swing of his C major Pastorale with its chirpy central section, popular as communion music with organists. Few of them will know that the Pastorale forms part of a larger collection of Sonata dintavolatura, which were published as Book 1, with a second book which worked in the same genre but for harpsichord. Both books have been recorded before, but they have never been available as a single set. The individual works in the harpsichord collection are structured as four- and five-movement dance suites, containing ornate preludes, reflective sarabandes and lively gavottes and gigues, with two more stately partitas, in C major and A minor. They are played here on a copy of an instrument by Taskin in the late 18th century, built by the Piedmontese instrument-maker Giuseppe Corazza. The organ used for the first book of sonatas is a two-manual instrument for the Church of SS. Peter and Paul, Castelnuovo Scrivia in the province of Alessandria. Both sets of sonatas were written by Zipoli in his early 20s, while he was organist of the Jesuit church in Rome, and they were published in 1716, the same year that he joined the Jesuit order. Domenico Zipoli (1688-1726) led an turbulent and adventurous life. A student of Alessandro Scarlatti and Pasquini he held important posts as organist and composer in Florence and Rome. However he went to Spain to join the Jesuit Society from where he was sent to South America, where he settled in Cordoba (Argentina) as missionary and composer. Zipoli wrote in the Italian keyboard style as a worthy successor of Frescobaldi, Scarlatti and Pasquini. He wrote for both organ and harpsichord, and both instruments are included in this new recording of his complete output for the keyboard. Played by Carlo Guandalino on a historical 1612 organ of Castelnuovo Scrivia, and by Laura Farabollini on a copy of a 17th century French Taskin harpsichord.

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