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Specchio veneziano or the Venetian mirror - this programme compares and contrasts two composers from the city of the Doges: on the one hand the celebrated Vivaldi, on the other a virtual unknown, Giovanni Battista Reali, who was born there in 1681, three years after Vivaldi, and died in 1751, ten years after his illustrious colleague. A violinist himself, he composed trio sonatas, including a very spectacular Folia, which Théotime Langlois de Swarte, Sophie de Bardonnèche, Hanna Salzenstein and Justin Taylor juxtapose with Vivaldi's Folia, alongside other highly virtuosic pieces, many of them complete rediscoveries, since half of this program has never been recorded before.
Specchio veneziano or the Venetian mirror - this programme compares and contrasts two composers from the city of the Doges: on the one hand the celebrated Vivaldi, on the other a virtual unknown, Giovanni Battista Reali, who was born there in 1681, three years after Vivaldi, and died in 1751, ten years after his illustrious colleague. A violinist himself, he composed trio sonatas, including a very spectacular Folia, which Théotime Langlois de Swarte, Sophie de Bardonnèche, Hanna Salzenstein and Justin Taylor juxtapose with Vivaldi's Folia, alongside other highly virtuosic pieces, many of them complete rediscoveries, since half of this program has never been recorded before.
3760014197710

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Format: CD
Label: ALPHA
Rel. Date: 11/12/2021
UPC: 3760014197710

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Specchio veneziano or the Venetian mirror - this programme compares and contrasts two composers from the city of the Doges: on the one hand the celebrated Vivaldi, on the other a virtual unknown, Giovanni Battista Reali, who was born there in 1681, three years after Vivaldi, and died in 1751, ten years after his illustrious colleague. A violinist himself, he composed trio sonatas, including a very spectacular Folia, which Théotime Langlois de Swarte, Sophie de Bardonnèche, Hanna Salzenstein and Justin Taylor juxtapose with Vivaldi's Folia, alongside other highly virtuosic pieces, many of them complete rediscoveries, since half of this program has never been recorded before.
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