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Brescianello – Concerti et Sinphonie op.1 (2000)

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Brescianello – Concerti et Sinphonie op.1 (2000)

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CD 1

Concerto I in F major
Sinphonia I in D major
Concerto II in A minor
Sinphonia II in G major play
Concerto III in B flat major
Sinphonia III in C major

CD2

Concerto IV in E minor
Sinphonia IV in B flat major
Concerto V in C minor
Sinphonia V in F major play
Concerto VI in A major
Sinphonia VI in E flat major

Banchetto Musicale:

Maria Paola Cavallini first violin
Laura Mirri, Yayoi Masuda
Silvia Colli, Paola Nervi, violin
Maurizio Barzone, viola
Andrea Fossà, cello
Francisco José Montero, violone
Carlo Andrea Giorgetti, chitarrone
Daniele Boccaccio, harpsichord (CD1)
Andrea Perugi, harpsichord (CD2)

 

Giuseppe Antonio Brescianello was born around 1690 in Firenze, (Florence), and died in 1758 in Stuttgart. Virtually nothing is known of Giuseppe until 1715 when he went to Munich as a viola player in the service of court chapel. A short time afterwards, he went to Stuttgart where he remained for the rest of his career.

He invigorated musical life in Stuttgart. His contemporaries praised his chamber works. The music of Brescianello shows great sense of melody, profound harmonic imagination combined with strong rhythmic element so typical to Italian school of the time. However Brescianello was able to adopt features of French and German music as well.

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