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Antonio Vivaldi - Concerti per due violini - Giuliano Carmignola, Amandine Beyer, Gli Incogniti (2016) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/88,2kHz


17-12-2017, 13:20. Author: hdsound
Antonio Vivaldi - Concerti per due violini - Giuliano Carmignola, Amandine Beyer, Gli Incogniti (2016) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/88,2kHz

Сomposer: Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
Artist: Giuliano Carmignola, Amandine Beyer, Gli Incogniti
Title: Vivaldi: Concerti per due violini
Genre: Classical
Label: © 2016 harmonia mundi usa
Release Date: 2016
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 88.2kHz/24bit
Source: eClassical.com
Duration: 01:09:59
Recorded: 2-6 février 2016 , Pontifico Istituto de Musica Sacra, Sala, Roma

Vivaldi’s double concertos resemble jousts: ‘the standards are raised, the bystanders comment, analyse, compare, speculate, the betting counter is open’, writes Olivier Fourés. But, he continues, the joust is not for real. It is ‘the stage of a theatre where two solitudes, within a group, meet up, then both size each other up and comfort each other’. There is bound to be comparison between the two protagonists, but in the end the triumph will be collective. And the least one can say is that Amandine Beyer and her illustrious guest Giuliano Carmignola have breathed new life into this dazzling form of musical theatre!

Playing and recording Vivaldi’s concertos for two violins, I came to realise how much deeper my love for this repertory and this composer becomes with each new experience.
Beyond the notes and the formal stereotype, Vivaldi seems to me to be a composer endowed with humanity and a profound sense of the harmony of beings with nature. Whether he is composing for orchestra, for voice, for different solo instruments or, as here, for two violins, he always takes care to bring out the beauty of colours (of both timbres and harmonies), the wealth of combinations, and the versatility of the instruments which he puts through infinite transformations.
Here, in the interplay between the two violins and their partners in the orchestra, we witness all kinds of metamorphoses, and it’s a pleasure that I find hard to explain in words. The pleasure of dialoguing with Giuliano Carmignola, the enchanter who can give each note a diamantine reflection and each rhythm an infinite, joyous suppleness; the pleasure of turning into a bird into a bird that plays with others in its flock or sings in echo, of melting into a river like a drop of water tossed by the raging current, of feeling like a blade of grass in the breeze, like a splinter of glass illuminating a fleeting moment, a stone tumbling down a steep slope after its predecessor or a particle of the cascade that shoots forth like the ‘wasserfall’ in Rimbaud’s poem.1 Vivaldi has a gift for letting flowers say their name. And for letting us hear them. (Amandine Beyer)


Tracklist:
Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
Concerto per due Violini in Do Maggiore, RV 507
01 | I. Allegro 5’16
02 | II. Largo 3’01
03 | III. Allegro 4’18
Concerto per due Violini in Sib Maggiore, RV 529
04 | I. Allegro 3’57
05 | II. [Adagio] 3’33
06 | III. Allegro 3’20
Concerto per due Violini in Do Minore, RV 510
07 | I. Allegro 3’05
08 | II. Largo 1’45
09 | III. Allegro 2’22
Concerto per due Violini in Do Maggiore, RV 505
10 | I. Allegro 3’45
11 | II. Andante 2’38
12 | III. Allegro non molto e cantabile 3’44
Concerto a 4 in Re Minore, RV 127
13 | I. Allegro 1’30
14 | II. Largo 2’03
15 | III. Allegro 1’34
Concerto per due Violini in Sib Maggiore, RV 527
16 | I. [Allegro] 3’51
17 | II. Largo 2’41
18 | III. Allegro molto 2’46
Concerto per due Violini in Re Maggiore, RV 513
19 | I. Allegro molto 5’38
20 | II. Andante 3’43
21 | III. Allegro 5’22


Personnel:
Giuliano Carmignola, violin
Amandine Beyer, violin
Gli Incogniti
Alba Roca, Flavio Losco, Domitille Gilon, Yoko Kawakubo, Olivier Fourés*, violins
Marta Páramo, viola
Marco Ceccato, violoncello
Baldomero Barciela, violone
Francesco Romano, theorbo & guitar
Anna Fontana, harpsichord & organ


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