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Fabio Biondi - The 1690 "Tuscan" Stradivari

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The 1690 "Tuscan" Stradivari

Paola Poncet, Giangiacomo Pinardi, Antonio Fantinuoli, Fabio Biondi

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In the course of his illustrious career, Fabio Biondi has nurtured a remarkable empathy with Italian music from across many centuries, but strikingly so with the early Baroque violin sonata repertory, the development of which was dramatically propelled into the future by Arcangelo Corelli with his Op 5 collection. It is this empathy possessed by Biondi which has inspired the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome (from its bowed instrument collection) to make him a loan of the precious 1690 “Tuscan” violin made by Antonio Stradivari, for this Glossa recording. Another skill possessed by Biondi is his deft assemblage of programmes, whether for concert or for recordings, and this new release of early eighteenthcentury violin works touches on the impact that Corelli’s music had on music-making in Dresden, Venice, Padua, London and Amsterdam, to name just a few of the destinations affected as the fame of “Arcangelo Bolognese” fanned out from Rome across Europe. With a continuo team from his Europa Galante ensemble (Antonio Fantinuoli, cello, Giangiacomo Pinardi, theorbo and Paola Poncet, harpsichord), Biondi plays sonatas by Vivaldi, Corelli, Geminiani, Tartini and Locatelli, and a Ciaccona by Veracini. Recorded in Rome, on an instrument which was originally made for the Florentine court of Ferdinando de’ Medici (and which, over time, has survived all manner of vicissitudes on its journey to Rome!), Fabio Biondi expertly captures the flavour of the eighteenth-century violin sonata. © Glossa

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The 1690 "Tuscan" Stradivari

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Violin Sonata in D Minor, Op. 2 No. 12 (Francesco Maria Veracini)

1
IV. Ciaccona. Allegro ma non presto
00:05:38

Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Francesco Maria Veracini, Composer - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

Violin Sonata in D Minor, Op. 4 No 8, H. 92 (Francesco Geminiani)

2
I. Largo
00:01:30

Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Francesco Geminiani, Composer - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

3
II. Allegro
00:04:49

Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Francesco Geminiani, Composer - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

4
III. Andante
00:03:17

Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Francesco Geminiani, Composer - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

5
IV. Allegro
00:04:05

Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Francesco Geminiani, Composer - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

Violin Sonata in A Major, Op. 5 No. 9 (Arcangelo Corelli)

6
I. Preludio. Largo
00:05:11

Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Arcangelo Corelli, Composer - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

7
II. Giga. Allegro
00:03:35

Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Arcangelo Corelli, Composer - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

8
III. Adagio
00:00:30

Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Arcangelo Corelli, Composer - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

9
IV. Tempo di gavotta. Allegro
00:02:42

Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Arcangelo Corelli, Composer - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

Violin Sonata in G Minor, Op. 1 No. 10, B.g10 “Didone abbandonata” (Giuseppe Tartini)

10
I. Affettuoso
00:08:48

Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

11
II. Presto
00:02:30

Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

12
III. Allegro
00:03:20

Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

Violin Sonata in G Minor “Leufsta” (Pietro Antonio Locatelli)

13
I. Adagio
00:00:24

Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Pietro Antonio Locatelli, Composer - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

14
II. Allegro
00:02:15

Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Pietro Antonio Locatelli, Composer - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

15
III. Largo
00:04:09

Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Pietro Antonio Locatelli, Composer - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

16
IV. Allegro
00:01:57

Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Pietro Antonio Locatelli, Composer - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

Violin Sonata in B-Flat Major, RV 34 (Antonio Vivaldi)

17
I. Adagio
00:01:36

Antonio Vivaldi, Composer - Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

18
II. Allegro
00:02:11

Antonio Vivaldi, Composer - Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

19
III. Adagio
00:01:21

Antonio Vivaldi, Composer - Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

20
IV. Allegro
00:02:02

Antonio Vivaldi, Composer - Fabio Biondi, Artist, MainArtist - Antonio Fantinuoli, Artist - Paola Poncet, Artist - Giangiacomo Pinardi, Artist

(C) 2019 Glossa (P) 2019 Glossa

Album Description

In the course of his illustrious career, Fabio Biondi has nurtured a remarkable empathy with Italian music from across many centuries, but strikingly so with the early Baroque violin sonata repertory, the development of which was dramatically propelled into the future by Arcangelo Corelli with his Op 5 collection. It is this empathy possessed by Biondi which has inspired the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome (from its bowed instrument collection) to make him a loan of the precious 1690 “Tuscan” violin made by Antonio Stradivari, for this Glossa recording. Another skill possessed by Biondi is his deft assemblage of programmes, whether for concert or for recordings, and this new release of early eighteenthcentury violin works touches on the impact that Corelli’s music had on music-making in Dresden, Venice, Padua, London and Amsterdam, to name just a few of the destinations affected as the fame of “Arcangelo Bolognese” fanned out from Rome across Europe. With a continuo team from his Europa Galante ensemble (Antonio Fantinuoli, cello, Giangiacomo Pinardi, theorbo and Paola Poncet, harpsichord), Biondi plays sonatas by Vivaldi, Corelli, Geminiani, Tartini and Locatelli, and a Ciaccona by Veracini. Recorded in Rome, on an instrument which was originally made for the Florentine court of Ferdinando de’ Medici (and which, over time, has survived all manner of vicissitudes on its journey to Rome!), Fabio Biondi expertly captures the flavour of the eighteenth-century violin sonata. © Glossa

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