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Doppio espressivo

Camerata RCO, Rick Stotijn

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The concerto, with its soloist thrilling and moving an audience with the support of an orchestra, has been one of the most popular musical forms for over 300 years. Now imagine a concerto for two instruments: twice the virtuosity and twice the expression!

While Antonio Vivaldi was one of the first composers to investigate the possibilities of this format in his more than 500 concertos, he didn’t compose a single one for double bass. This recording rectifies Vivaldi’s omission and offers arrangements of two of his double concertos as well as one of his best-loved arias, "Vedrò con mio diletto" from the opera Il Giustino. A little more than a century later, Giovanni Bottesini, the Paganini of the double bass, captivated first Europe and then the rest of the world, displaying a dazzling virtuosity in his numerous compositions that highlight the unique qualities of the instrument.

For his second recording for BIS, Rick Stotijn, a tireless advocate of his instrument and its endless possibilities, has joined forces with his friends Johannes Rostamo, Olivier Thiery and Bram van Sambeek. Supported by Camerata RCO, a string ensemble from the Amsterdam Concertgebouworkest, they perform concertante works from these two Italian composers: Doppio espressivo! © BIS Records

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Concerto for 2 Cellos in G Minor, RV 531 (Arr. M. Prooijen for Cello, Double Bass & Chamber Ensemble) (Antonio Vivaldi)

1
I. Allegro
Rick Stotijn
00:03:33

Antonio Vivaldi, Composer - Rick Stotijn, Artist, MainArtist - Marijn van Prooijen, Arranger - Johannes Rostamo, Artist, MainArtist - Camerata RCO, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2022 BIS (P) 2022 BIS

2
II. Largo
Rick Stotijn
00:03:23

Antonio Vivaldi, Composer - Rick Stotijn, Artist, MainArtist - Marijn van Prooijen, Arranger - Johannes Rostamo, Artist, MainArtist - Camerata RCO, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2022 BIS (P) 2022 BIS

3
III. Allegro
Rick Stotijn
00:03:15

Antonio Vivaldi, Composer - Rick Stotijn, Artist, MainArtist - Marijn van Prooijen, Arranger - Johannes Rostamo, Artist, MainArtist - Camerata RCO, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2022 BIS (P) 2022 BIS

Fantasia on Rossini's Canzonette (Giovanni Bottesini)

4
II. La serenata (Arr. B. Furtok for Double Bass & Chamber Ensemble)
Rick Stotijn
00:03:45

Giovanni Bottesini, Composer - Rick Stotijn, Artist, MainArtist - Camerata RCO, Ensemble, MainArtist - Boguslaw Furtok, Arranger

(C) 2022 BIS (P) 2022 BIS

Passione amorosa (Arr. B. Furtok for 2 Double Basses & Chamber Ensemble) (Giovanni Bottesini)

5
I. Allegro
Rick Stotijn
00:04:32

Giovanni Bottesini, Composer - Rick Stotijn, Artist, MainArtist - Camerata RCO, Ensemble, MainArtist - Olivier Thiery, Artist, MainArtist - Boguslaw Furtok, Arranger

(C) 2022 BIS (P) 2022 BIS

6
II. Andante
Rick Stotijn
00:04:46

Giovanni Bottesini, Composer - Rick Stotijn, Artist, MainArtist - Camerata RCO, Ensemble, MainArtist - Olivier Thiery, Artist, MainArtist - Boguslaw Furtok, Arranger

(C) 2022 BIS (P) 2022 BIS

7
III. Allegro
Rick Stotijn
00:02:08

Giovanni Bottesini, Composer - Rick Stotijn, Artist, MainArtist - Camerata RCO, Ensemble, MainArtist - Olivier Thiery, Artist, MainArtist - Boguslaw Furtok, Arranger

(C) 2022 BIS (P) 2022 BIS

Giustino, RV 717 (Antonio Vivaldi)

8
Vedrò con mio diletto (Arr. M. Prooijen for Double Bass & Chamber Ensemble)
Rick Stotijn
00:05:14

Antonio Vivaldi, Composer - Rick Stotijn, Artist, MainArtist - Marijn van Prooijen, Arranger - Camerata RCO, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2022 BIS (P) 2022 BIS

Élégie par Ernst (Arr. G. Bottesini & M. Prooijen for Chamber Ensemble) (Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst)

9
Élégie par Ernst (Arr. G. Bottesini & M. Prooijen for Chamber Ensemble)
Camerata RCO
00:06:23

Giovanni Bottesini, Arranger - Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst, Composer - Marijn van Prooijen, Arranger - Camerata RCO, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2022 BIS (P) 2022 BIS

Concerto for Cello & Bassoon in E Minor, RV 409 (Arr. M. Prooijen for Double Bass, Bassoon & Chamber Ensemble) (Antonio Vivaldi)

10
I. Adagio
Rick Stotijn
00:03:49

Antonio Vivaldi, Composer - Rick Stotijn, Artist, MainArtist - Marijn van Prooijen, Arranger - Bram van Sambeek, Artist, MainArtist - Camerata RCO, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2022 BIS (P) 2022 BIS

11
II. Allegro
Rick Stotijn
00:01:48

Antonio Vivaldi, Composer - Rick Stotijn, Artist, MainArtist - Marijn van Prooijen, Arranger - Bram van Sambeek, Artist, MainArtist - Camerata RCO, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2022 BIS (P) 2022 BIS

12
III. Allegro
Rick Stotijn
00:02:44

Antonio Vivaldi, Composer - Rick Stotijn, Artist, MainArtist - Marijn van Prooijen, Arranger - Bram van Sambeek, Artist, MainArtist - Camerata RCO, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2022 BIS (P) 2022 BIS

Duetto for Clarinet & Double Bass (Arr. M. Prooijen for Double Bass, Bassoon & Chamber Ensemble) (Giovanni Bottesini)

13
I. Allegro
Rick Stotijn
00:05:21

Giovanni Bottesini, Composer - Rick Stotijn, Artist, MainArtist - Marijn van Prooijen, Arranger - Bram van Sambeek, Artist, MainArtist - Camerata RCO, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2022 BIS (P) 2022 BIS

14
II. Allegro
Rick Stotijn
00:04:26

Giovanni Bottesini, Composer - Rick Stotijn, Artist, MainArtist - Marijn van Prooijen, Arranger - Bram van Sambeek, Artist, MainArtist - Camerata RCO, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2022 BIS (P) 2022 BIS

Album Description

The concerto, with its soloist thrilling and moving an audience with the support of an orchestra, has been one of the most popular musical forms for over 300 years. Now imagine a concerto for two instruments: twice the virtuosity and twice the expression!

While Antonio Vivaldi was one of the first composers to investigate the possibilities of this format in his more than 500 concertos, he didn’t compose a single one for double bass. This recording rectifies Vivaldi’s omission and offers arrangements of two of his double concertos as well as one of his best-loved arias, "Vedrò con mio diletto" from the opera Il Giustino. A little more than a century later, Giovanni Bottesini, the Paganini of the double bass, captivated first Europe and then the rest of the world, displaying a dazzling virtuosity in his numerous compositions that highlight the unique qualities of the instrument.

For his second recording for BIS, Rick Stotijn, a tireless advocate of his instrument and its endless possibilities, has joined forces with his friends Johannes Rostamo, Olivier Thiery and Bram van Sambeek. Supported by Camerata RCO, a string ensemble from the Amsterdam Concertgebouworkest, they perform concertante works from these two Italian composers: Doppio espressivo! © BIS Records

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