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Antonio Vivaldi - Concerti e Sinfonia per Archi (2006)

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01 - Sinfonia in C major, RV111a - 1. Allegro
02 - Sinfonia in C major, RV111a - 2. Andante
03 - Sinfonia in C major, RV111a - 3. Presto.
04 - Concerto in G minor, RV157 - 1. Allegro
05 - Concerto in G minor, RV157 - 2. Largo
06 - Concerto in G minor, RV157 - 3. Allegro
07 - Concerto in D minor, RV127 - 1. Allegro
08 - Concerto in D minor, RV127 - 2. Largo
09 - Concerto in D minor, RV127 - 3. Allegro
10 - Sinfonia in B minor, RV168 - 1. Allegro
11 - Sinfonia in B minor, RV168 - 2. Andante
12 - Sinfonia in B minor, RV168 - 3. Allegro
13 - Concerto in C major, RV114 - 1. Allegro
14 - Concerto in C major, RV114 - 2. Adagio
15 - Concerto in C major, RV114 - 3. Ciaccona
16 - Concerto in G minor, RV152 - 1. Allegro molto
17 - Concerto in G minor, RV152 - 2. Andante molto
18 - Concerto in G minor, RV152 - 3. Allegro molto
19 - Concerto in D major, RV121 - 1. Allegro molto
20 - Concerto in D major, RV121 - 2. Adagio
21 - Concerto in D major, RV121 - 3. (Allegro)
22 - Concerto in B flat major 'Conca', RV163 - 1. (Allegro) - Allegro molto
23 - Concerto in B flat major 'Conca', RV163 - 2. Andante
24 - Concerto in B flat major 'Conca', RV163 - 3. Allegro
25 - Concerto in C minor, RV119 - 1. Allegro
26 - Concerto in C minor, RV119 - 2. Largo
27 - Concerto in C minor, RV119 - 3. Allegro.
28 - Concerto in G minor, RV156 - 1. Allegro
29 - Concerto in G minor, RV156 - 2. Adagio
30 - Concerto in G minor, RV156 - 3. Allegro
31 - Concerto in B flat major, RV167 - 1. Allegro
32 - Concerto in B flat major, RV167 - 2. Andante
33 - Concerto in B flat major, RV167 - 3. Allegro
34 - Sinfonia in G major, RV146 - 1. Allegro.
35 - Sinfonia in G major, RV146 - 2. Andante
36 - Sinfonia in G major, RV146 - 3. Presto

Venice Baroque Orchestra
Andrea Marcon – conductor

 

Someone ought to get some t-shirts made that say "Vivaldi rocks!" At least that partly accounts for his popularity in the twenty first century; among the old masters, Antonio Vivaldi's sense of rhythmic dynamics and the gale-like force of many of his string concertos are close enough to the ever-enervating pulse of pop music that he has found an unlikely audience among younger listeners. Andrea Marcon and the Venice Baroque Orchestra's disc Vivaldi: Concerti & Sinfonie per Archi delivers these very kinds of goods, and will prove pleasing to Vivaldi fanciers of the younger set. However, for listeners whose tastes are a bit longer in the tooth, Vivaldi: Concerti & Sinfonie per Archi also provides a very useful tool in distinguishing what is different between Vivaldi works titled by him "Sinfonias" and those designated as "Concerto."

Some older listeners are just waking up to the notion of variety in Vivaldi's music, living for too long under the mistaken apprehension that "Vivaldi wrote the same concerto 600 times." Certain cheaper record companies further complicate matters by issuing Vivaldi's sinfonias as "concertos," and there is a particularly persistent older recording of Vivaldi's Sinfonia in G minor, RV 142, that repeatedly shows up as a concerto, driving some to distraction. To an academic, these distinctions are simply understood; a sinfonia is not a symphony, but an opera overture, and these tend to be shorter and somewhat pithier than Vivaldi's concertos, which also tend to feature solo instrumentalists or groups of them. However, there is an entire rank of some 38 concertos in which no solo instrument is specified, and the whole ensemble is seen as the "soloist"; in these cases, even some experts would be hard pressed to tell the difference between such pieces and Vivaldi's sinfonias.

With Vivaldi: Concerti & Sinfonie per Archi the distinction is clear, and it is one of flavor as much as of form. One can almost hear the curtain rise in the sinfonias, whereas the concerti shows the musicians busily engaged in putting over exceedingly difficult ensemble jams -- it is as if whole band is functioning as a singer in one of Vivaldi's operas. For getting a grip on these issues, Vivaldi: Concerti & Sinfonie per Archi is terrific, and it is a heck of a good performance and recording as well. This one gets an easy "thumbs up." --- Uncle Dave Lewis, Rovi

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