Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini curates a unique collection of historical instruments in the Museo San Colombano in Bologna, which he regularly presents to the public in recordings. The theme of this production is the Dutch and Italian music of the time of the great painter Jan Vermeer (1632-1675). The recording, which was first made as an exclusive album for a Vermeer exhibition in 2014 in the Palazzo Fava in Bologna, brought together outstanding musician friends, including the baroque violinist Jaap Schroder, who died in 2020. This is possibly the last recording of this important pioneer of historical performance practice.
Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini curates a unique collection of historical instruments in the Museo San Colombano in Bologna, which he regularly presents to the public in recordings. The theme of this production is the Dutch and Italian music of the time of the great painter Jan Vermeer (1632-1675). The recording, which was first made as an exclusive album for a Vermeer exhibition in 2014 in the Palazzo Fava in Bologna, brought together outstanding musician friends, including the baroque violinist Jaap Schroder, who died in 2020. This is possibly the last recording of this important pioneer of historical performance practice.
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Format: CD
Label: PASS
Rel. Date: 02/05/2021
UPC: 5425004140036

Vermeer a Bologna
Artist: Vermeer A Bologna / Various
Format: CD
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Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini curates a unique collection of historical instruments in the Museo San Colombano in Bologna, which he regularly presents to the public in recordings. The theme of this production is the Dutch and Italian music of the time of the great painter Jan Vermeer (1632-1675). The recording, which was first made as an exclusive album for a Vermeer exhibition in 2014 in the Palazzo Fava in Bologna, brought together outstanding musician friends, including the baroque violinist Jaap Schroder, who died in 2020. This is possibly the last recording of this important pioneer of historical performance practice.

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