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Jörg-Andreas Bötticher|Ignazio Albertini: Sonates pour violon et basse continue

Ignazio Albertini: Sonates pour violon et basse continue

Hélène Schmitt

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Helene Schmitt is hot stuff. In this disc of violin sonatas by the nearly unknown Ignazio Albertini, the contemporary of Biber and Schmelzer comes passionately alive under her supple bow and sensitive fingers. In Schmitt's performances, the wildly virtuosic and extravagantly emotional music of Albertini sounds like it could only have been composed by a man stabbed to death in obscure circumstances. There's poise and grace in Schmitt's performances, as well elevated lyricism. But most of all there's passion: a passionate intensity of line, a passionate concentration of tone, a passionate brilliance of color, a passionate love of this fiercely expressive and violently beautiful music. Schmitt's trio of continuo players are sympathetic players and each gets his/her own sweet solo Prelude or Toccatina interspersed with Schmitt's Sonatas. Alpha's sound is tactile in its realism and its tiny but stunning reproduction of Guido Cagnacci's The Death of Cleopatra is a visual treat.
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1
Sonate pour violon, orgue et théorbe No. 1 in D Minor
Hélène Schmitt
00:08:06

Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Jörg-Andreas Bötticher, Performer - Karl-Ernst Schröder, Performer - David Sinclair, Performer - Ignazio Albertini, Composer

2002 Alpha 2002 Alpha

2
Sonate pour violon et clavecin No. 2 in F Major
Hélène Schmitt
00:05:50

Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Jörg-Andreas Bötticher, Performer - Karl-Ernst Schröder, Performer - David Sinclair, Performer - Ignazio Albertini, Composer

2002 Alpha 2002 Alpha

3
Sonate pour violon, orgue et théorbe No. 3 in B Minor
Hélène Schmitt
00:05:56

Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Jörg-Andreas Bötticher, Performer - Karl-Ernst Schröder, Performer - David Sinclair, Performer - Ignazio Albertini, Composer

2002 Alpha 2002 Alpha

4
Prélude pour théorbe I
Hélène Schmitt
00:03:56

Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Jörg-Andreas Bötticher, Performer - Karl-Ernst Schröder, Performer - David Sinclair, Performer - Angelo Michele Bartolotti, Composer

2002 Alpha 2002 Alpha

5
Sonate pour violon, clavecin et théorbe No. 4 in C Minor
Hélène Schmitt
00:06:35

Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Jörg-Andreas Bötticher, Performer - Karl-Ernst Schröder, Performer - David Sinclair, Performer - Ignazio Albertini, Composer

2002 Alpha 2002 Alpha

6
Sonate pour violon, clavecin et violone No. 5 in A Major
Hélène Schmitt
00:06:51

Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Jörg-Andreas Bötticher, Performer - Karl-Ernst Schröder, Performer - David Sinclair, Performer - Ignazio Albertini, Composer

2002 Alpha 2002 Alpha

7
Sonate pour violon, orgue et théorbe No. 7 in A Minor
Hélène Schmitt
00:06:52

Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Jörg-Andreas Bötticher, Performer - Karl-Ernst Schröder, Performer - David Sinclair, Performer - Ignazio Albertini, Composer

2002 Alpha 2002 Alpha

8
Toccatina pour clavecin
Hélène Schmitt
00:04:28

Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Jörg-Andreas Bötticher, Performer - Karl-Ernst Schröder, Performer - David Sinclair, Performer - Ferdinand Tobias Richter, Composer

2002 Alpha 2002 Alpha

9
Sonate pour violon, clavecin et théorbe No. 8 in D Minor
Hélène Schmitt
00:07:04

Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Jörg-Andreas Bötticher, Performer - Karl-Ernst Schröder, Performer - David Sinclair, Performer - Ignazio Albertini, Composer

2002 Alpha 2002 Alpha

10
Prélude pour théorbe II
Hélène Schmitt
00:00:54

Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Jörg-Andreas Bötticher, Performer - Karl-Ernst Schröder, Performer - David Sinclair, Performer - Angelo Michele Bartolotti, Composer

2002 Alpha 2002 Alpha

11
Sonate pour violon, violone, théorbe et orgue No. 10 in E Minor
Hélène Schmitt
00:08:16

Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Jörg-Andreas Bötticher, Performer - Karl-Ernst Schröder, Performer - David Sinclair, Performer - Ignazio Albertini, Composer

2002 Alpha 2002 Alpha

12
Toccata pour clavecin No. 5
Hélène Schmitt
00:02:49

Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Jörg-Andreas Bötticher, Performer - Karl-Ernst Schröder, Performer - David Sinclair, Performer - Johann Kaspar Kerll, Composer

2002 Alpha 2002 Alpha

13
Sonate pour violon et clavecin No. 11 in G Minor
Hélène Schmitt
00:05:20

Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Jörg-Andreas Bötticher, Performer - Karl-Ernst Schröder, Performer - David Sinclair, Performer - Ignazio Albertini, Composer

2002 Alpha 2002 Alpha

14
Sonate pour violon, violone, et orgue No. 12 in A Minor
Hélène Schmitt
00:04:46

Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Jörg-Andreas Bötticher, Performer - Karl-Ernst Schröder, Performer - David Sinclair, Performer - Ignazio Albertini, Composer

2002 Alpha 2002 Alpha

Album Description

Helene Schmitt is hot stuff. In this disc of violin sonatas by the nearly unknown Ignazio Albertini, the contemporary of Biber and Schmelzer comes passionately alive under her supple bow and sensitive fingers. In Schmitt's performances, the wildly virtuosic and extravagantly emotional music of Albertini sounds like it could only have been composed by a man stabbed to death in obscure circumstances. There's poise and grace in Schmitt's performances, as well elevated lyricism. But most of all there's passion: a passionate intensity of line, a passionate concentration of tone, a passionate brilliance of color, a passionate love of this fiercely expressive and violently beautiful music. Schmitt's trio of continuo players are sympathetic players and each gets his/her own sweet solo Prelude or Toccatina interspersed with Schmitt's Sonatas. Alpha's sound is tactile in its realism and its tiny but stunning reproduction of Guido Cagnacci's The Death of Cleopatra is a visual treat.
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