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1700

Concerto Italiano - Rinaldo Alessandrini

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A player of the harpsichord, organ and pianoforte; a choirmaster and conductor; Rinaldo Alessandrini is a teacher too, who loves to use his records and concerts to draw his audience into thrilling themes. This Roman is well-placed to know just how much history – and musical history is no exception here – is made up of strata which build up over each other, creating a jumble which can be anarchic, but which always drives invention.
After an album that retells the story of 150 Years of Italian Music (Naïve 1994), and then another dedicated to the beginnings of Italian baroque in 1600 (Naïve 2012), we were treated to an enchanting black pearl, as incongruous as it was strange: Monteverdi - Night. Stories of lovers and Warriors (Naïve 2017) offers a collection of works that celebrate the night. Here is a recording dedicated to the flourishing of instrumental music in the later baroque period around 1700.
The new composers who appear in this new work, Locatelli, Mascitti, Vivaldi, Caldara, Durante, Galuppi, Pugnani, were all very famous in their own times, and all went off to bring the good news about this new musical style to the four corners of Europe; they built up a kind of international musical language which would entrance the courts, and music-lovers in their first public concerts. The record bears that joyful playing style characteristic of Rinaldo Alessandrini and his Concerto Italiano, and a virtuosity which is as much a pleasure to behold as the rococo architecture and painting of that flamboyant epoch. © François Hudry/Qobuz

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Rinaldo Alessandrini

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Concerto No. 2 in E Minor, Op. 7 (Michele Mascitti)

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I. Allegro moderato 00:02:18

Concerto Italiano - Rinaldo Alessandrini, Conducto - Michele Mascitti, Composer

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II. Allegro 00:01:57

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III. Larghetto 00:02:46

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IV. Allegro moderato 00:02:20

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Sinfonia No. 3 in F Minor "La morte di Abel" (Antonio Caldara)

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I. Larghetto 00:01:22

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II. Andante 00:02:22

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Concerto for Strings in D Major, RV 124 (Antonio Vivaldi)

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I. Allegro 00:02:10

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II. Grave 00:02:02

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III. Allegro 00:01:56

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Concerto a quattro in G Minor (Francesco Durante)

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I. Affettuoso - Presto 00:06:04

Concerto Italiano - Rinaldo Alessandrini, Conductor - Francesco Durante, Composer

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II. Largo affettuoso 00:03:45

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III. Allegro 00:02:32

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Concerto grosso No. 3 in E Minor, Op. 3 (Francesco Geminiani)

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Sonata a quattro : I. Adagio e Staccato - Allegro 00:02:46

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III. Adagio 00:01:40

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IV. Allegro 00:03:34

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Sinfonia funebre "composta per le essequie della sua donna che si celebrarono in Roma" in F Minor, DunL 2.2 "Lamento" (Pietro Antonio Locatelli)

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I. Lamento. Largo 00:01:33

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II. Alla breve ma moderato 00:01:50

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III. Grave 00:02:21

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IV. Non presto 00:02:01

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V. La consolazione. Andante 00:02:38

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Concerto a quattro No. 1 in G Minor (Baldassare Galuppi)

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I. Grave e Adagio 00:02:55

Concerto Italiano - Rinaldo Alessandrini, Conductor - Baldassare Galuppi, Composer

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II. Spiritoso 00:02:37

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III. Allegro 00:03:54

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Sinfonia per archi in B-Flat Major (Gaetano Pugnani)

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Adagio 00:05:25

Concerto Italiano - Rinaldo Alessandrini, Conductor - Gaetano Pugnani, Composer

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Album Description

A player of the harpsichord, organ and pianoforte; a choirmaster and conductor; Rinaldo Alessandrini is a teacher too, who loves to use his records and concerts to draw his audience into thrilling themes. This Roman is well-placed to know just how much history – and musical history is no exception here – is made up of strata which build up over each other, creating a jumble which can be anarchic, but which always drives invention.
After an album that retells the story of 150 Years of Italian Music (Naïve 1994), and then another dedicated to the beginnings of Italian baroque in 1600 (Naïve 2012), we were treated to an enchanting black pearl, as incongruous as it was strange: Monteverdi - Night. Stories of lovers and Warriors (Naïve 2017) offers a collection of works that celebrate the night. Here is a recording dedicated to the flourishing of instrumental music in the later baroque period around 1700.
The new composers who appear in this new work, Locatelli, Mascitti, Vivaldi, Caldara, Durante, Galuppi, Pugnani, were all very famous in their own times, and all went off to bring the good news about this new musical style to the four corners of Europe; they built up a kind of international musical language which would entrance the courts, and music-lovers in their first public concerts. The record bears that joyful playing style characteristic of Rinaldo Alessandrini and his Concerto Italiano, and a virtuosity which is as much a pleasure to behold as the rococo architecture and painting of that flamboyant epoch. © François Hudry/Qobuz

Details of original recording : Recorded October 2017, at the Auditorium del Pontificio Istituto di Musica Sacra, Roma (Italy)

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