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Chamber Music - Released December 4, 2020 | Pan Classics

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Classical - Released December 4, 2020 | Pan Classics

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Chamber Music - Released November 20, 2020 | Pan Classics

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The Parensi manuscript from the Biblioteca Nazionale Palatina in Parma is an exceptional historical document full of wonderful music. The name Paolo Parensi is mentioned on the title page – it could have been the owner, copyist or player of this collection. The composers of the individual works, on the other hand, are not mentioned and can only partly be determined by comparing them with other sources; often the authorship remains only conjecture or completely in the dark. "The Parensi Manuscript" is thus an approach to the unknown – a snapshot of a hitherto anonymous recorder repertoire from 18th century Italy. With this recording, the young recorder player Tabea Schwartz presents a fantastic debut release. © Pan Classics
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Classical - Released September 18, 2020 | Pan Classics

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Before the history of the string quartet entered its "classical" phase with Luigi Boccherini in Paris and Joseph Haydn in Vienna, it went through a long process of development marked by exciting experiments and compositional freedom. Italian composers in particular have distinguished themselves in this process and so the programme of Musica Fiorita presents special works by Italian composers from a period of about 100 years. Beginning with two works by Giovanni Maria Bononcini (the father of the famous Giovanni Battista), the development from a continuo accompanied to a continuo free quartet is shown. Alessandro Scarlatti is represented with four quartets from his late work, in which the opera composer turns to polyphonic part writing in an unusually complex and harmonically expressive way. Two compositions by the Italian Maddalena Laura Lombardini Sirmen, which represent the early classical phase of the string quartet, conclude the programme. © Pan Classics
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Chamber Music - Released July 24, 2020 | Pan Classics

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Classical - Released July 24, 2020 | Pan Classics

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Chamber Music - Released July 24, 2020 | Pan Classics

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Classical - Released July 24, 2020 | Pan Classics

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Classical - Released July 24, 2020 | Pan Classics

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Chamber Music - Released July 24, 2020 | Pan Classics

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Classical - Released July 24, 2020 | Pan Classics

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Opera - Released July 24, 2020 | Pan Classics

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Classical - Released July 17, 2020 | Pan Classics

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Classical - Released July 17, 2020 | Pan Classics