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Antonio Vivaldi - Recorder Concertos - Dan Laurin, 1B1, Jan Bjoranger (2015) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/96kHz
Antonio Vivaldi - Recorder Concertos - Dan Laurin, 1B1, Jan Bjoranger (2015) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/96kHz

Сomposer: Antonio Lucio Vivaldi (1678–1741)
Artist: Dan Laurin, 1B1, Jan Bjøranger
Title: Vivaldi: Recorder Concertos
Genre: Classical
Label: © BIS Records
Release Date: 2015
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 96kHz/24bit
Source: eClassical
Duration: 01:10:03
Recorded: June/July 2014 at the Stavanger Concert Hall, Norway

The Swedish recorder virtuoso Dan Laurin has demonstrated his remarkable versatility on some thirty recordings on BIS, ranging from a nine-disc set with 17th-century composer Jacob van Eyck's complete Der Fluyten Lust-hof to the recent Rock that Flute, with music for recorder and strings written in 2013 by the Dutch composer Chiel Meijering. During a recording career that stretches over almost 30 years, Laurin keeps returning to one particular set of works, however: the concertos by Antonio Vivaldi. Three of the works (the Concertos RV 441, 443 and 444) included on his latest release he has recorded more than once before, with ensembles such as the Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble, Bach Collegium Japan and Arte dei Suonatori. For his latest 'take' on these favourites Laurin has joined forces with the young and vibrant Norwegian string ensemble 1B1 (shorthand for Ensemble Bjergsted 1). As he explains in his own liner notes for the present disc, he was inspired by his work on transcribing and performing Vivaldi’s Four Seasons: ‘A close reading of RV441 and RV443–445 reveals great similarities between these works and The Four Seasons: sudden changes of moods, turbulent emotions, burlesque whims mixed with sublime beauty and elegance… My aim here is to explore the recorder concertos with the same freedom and spontaneity that characterize the modern-day approach to the Seasons.’ Laurin’s recording of the Seasons has been called ‘undoubtedly the best transcription to date’ (Diapason) and ‘never hackneyed, but instead invigoratingly fresh and vibrant’ (Clarino), verdicts which can only fuel the expectations concerning this his latest version of the recorder concertos.

Antonio Lucio Vivaldi (1678–1741)
Concerto in G major, RV443
01 I. [Allegro] 03:33
02 II. [Largo] 03:56
03 III. Allegro molto 02:50
Concerto in A minor, RV108, for recorder, 2 violins & b.c.
04 I. Allegro 02:41
05 II. [Adagio] 02:32
06 III. [Allegro] 02:16
Concerto in F major, RV442
07 I. Allegro ma non molto 03:31
08 II. Largo cantabile 03:48
09 III. Allegro 01:41
Concerto in C major, RV444
10 I. Allegro non molto 04:29
11 II. Largo 02:09
12 III. Allegro molto 03:08
Concerto in E minor, RV445
13 I. Allegro 04:27
14 II. Larghetto 02:40
15 III. [Allegro] 03:26
Concerto in D major, RV92, for recorder, violin & b.c.
16 I. Allegro 03:43
17 II. [Adagio] 03:46
18 III. [Allegro] 03:19
Concerto in C minor, RV441
19 I. Allegro non molto 04:49
20 II. Largo 02:27
21 III. [Allegro] 03:23

Jonas Nordberg, theorbo/baroque guitar
Dan Laurin, recorder and musical direction
Anna Paradiso, harpsichord
1B1, ensemble
Jan Bjøranger, leader

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