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Tartini : Sonate Op. I

Evgeny Sviridov, Davit Melkonyan, Stanislav Gres

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The Russian violinist Evgeny Sviridov, winner of the MA Festival Bruges Competition in 2017, has chosen to devote his first recording to the sonatas of Giuseppe Tartini. As heir to the Baroque tradition of the early eighteenth century, Tartini developed technical concepts much bolder than those of his predecessors, thus preparing the violin for the language of the Classical period. His treatise served as a model for Leopold Mozart and his reputation was still very much alive in the Romantic era, which continued to propagate the famous anecdote of his dream during which the Devil suggested to him how to perform reputedly impossible trills... © Ricercar

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Tartini : Sonate Op. I

Evgeny Sviridov

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Sonata XV in Sol Maggiore, B.G3 “del Tasso” (Giuseppe Tartini)

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I. Aria del Tasso 00:00:54

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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II. Allegro 00:02:24

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Davit Melkonyan, Cello - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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III. Allegro 00:02:37

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Davit Melkonyan, Cello - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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Sonata X in Sol Minore, B.g10 detta "Didona abandonata" (Giuseppe Tartini)

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I. Affettuoso 00:07:58

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Davit Melkonyan, Cello - Stanislav Gres, Harpsichord - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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II. Presto 00:02:22

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Davit Melkonyan, Cello - Stanislav Gres, Harpsichord - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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III Allegro 00:02:09

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Davit Melkonyan, Cello - Stanislav Gres, Harpsichord - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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Sonata XII in Fa Maggiore, B.F4 (Giuseppe Tartini)

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I. Adagio 00:04:11

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Stanislav Gres, Harpsichord - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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II. Allegro 00:05:02

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Stanislav Gres, Harpsichord - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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III. Allegro (Thema con variazioni) 00:07:43

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Stanislav Gres, Harpsichord - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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Sonata V in Mi Minore, B.e6 (Giuseppe Tartini)

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Largo 00:04:21

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Davit Melkonyan, Cello - Stanislav Gres, Harpsichord - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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Allegro-Adagio 00:03:36

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Davit Melkonyan, Cello - Stanislav Gres, Harpsichord - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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Allegro assai 00:02:56

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Davit Melkonyan, Cello - Stanislav Gres, Harpsichord - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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Sonata XVII in Re Maggiore, B.D2 “del Tasso” (Giuseppe Tartini)

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I. Andante cantabile “di se senti” 00:03:49

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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II. Allegro assai 00:02:00

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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III. Aria del Tasso 00:01:05

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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IV. Furlana 00:01:49

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Davit Melkonyan, Cello - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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Pastorale in A Major, B.A16 (Giuseppe Tartini)

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Grave 00:03:51

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Davit Melkonyan, Cello - Stanislav Gres, Harpsichord - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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Allegro 00:03:18

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Davit Melkonyan, Cello - Stanislav Gres, Harpsichord - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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Largo-Presto-Largo-Presto-Andante 00:03:26

Evgeny Sviridov, Violin - Davit Melkonyan, Cello - Stanislav Gres, Harpsichord - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

© 2018 Ricercar / Outhere - ℗ 2018 Ricercar / Outhere

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The Russian violinist Evgeny Sviridov, winner of the MA Festival Bruges Competition in 2017, has chosen to devote his first recording to the sonatas of Giuseppe Tartini. As heir to the Baroque tradition of the early eighteenth century, Tartini developed technical concepts much bolder than those of his predecessors, thus preparing the violin for the language of the Classical period. His treatise served as a model for Leopold Mozart and his reputation was still very much alive in the Romantic era, which continued to propagate the famous anecdote of his dream during which the Devil suggested to him how to perform reputedly impossible trills... © Ricercar

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