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Lidarti, Francesco D'Orazio, Auser Musici - Violin Concertos flac album

MP3 1830 mb. | FLAC 1838 mb. | WMA 1259 mb.

Performer: Lidarti
Title: Violin Concertos
Released: 2008
Style: Baroque
Category: Classical
Rating: 4.2 ✦
Other format: RA AC3 DMF MP3 AIFF TTA VQF

Ensemble, Primary Artist. Arranger, Conductor, Primary Artist, Violin.

Still, exposure to unfamiliar music can be enlightening given the right performance. Violinist and conductor Francesco d'Orazio leads Auser Musici in a performance that is far from enlightening. Given the success and quality of many of his other albums, it's a bit surprising to hear such poor playing from d'Orazio on this disc. Intonation is perpetually unacceptable, both in the solo part and from the orchestra, as well. Many of the orchestral tuttis are sloppy and rhythmically lazy.

Lidarti - Violin Concertos. all cadenzas by Francesco D’Orazio. Francesco D’Orazio (violin). Francesco D'Orazi. ispatches his flights of skittering virtuosity wit grace and panache, and colours his tone expressively in the slow movements, using vibrato sparingly and tellingly. Auser Musici is a vocal and instrumental ensemble which, taking its name from an antique river in the plain of Pisa, brings together instrumentalists and singers with an international reputation for historical performance practice. The ensemble’s first release for Hyperion was highly praised and we are delighted to present their second disc. The eighteenth-century Italian composer Christian Joseph Lidarti’s three violin concertos are all recorded here for the first time.

Francesco D'Orazio (violin), Auser Musici. Download all MP3 £. 5. Download all FLAC £. Download all ALAC £. The three violin concerto. ould happily stand comparison with Haydn's works in the genre.

Francesco Barsanti, Auser Musici, Carlo Ipata, Attilio Motzo - Concerti Grossi - Opera III (Concerti VI, IV, VII, I, X) ‎(CD, Album). Lidarti, Francesco D'Orazio, Auser Musici. Lidarti, Francesco D'Orazio, Auser Musici - Violin Concertos ‎(CD, Album). Boccherini, Auser Musici. Boccherini, Auser Musici - Flute Quintets Op 19 ‎(CD, Album).

Lidarti is best known for his rediscovered oratorio Esther composed in Hebrew for the Jewish community in Amsterdam. The text may have been prepared for Lidarti by the Jewish composer Abraham Caceres. Esther (2CD) Friedemann Layer. Musica da camera e concerto per clavicembalo, Auser Musici, Carlo Ipata, director, Tactus Records T. 33701 (2003). Violin Concertos, Auser Musici, Carlo Ipata, director, Hyperion CDA67685 (2008). Ensemble Salamone Rossi.

Album · 2010 · 6 Songs. Marco Angius, Francesco D'Orazio & Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI di Torino. Lidarti: Violin Concertos. Mozart: Sonate per pianoforte e violino K. 296, 301, 303, 306.

Francesco D'Orazio was born in Bari and was taught violin and viola by his father. Later he studied with Denes Zsigmondy at the Salzburg Mozarteum and Yair Kless at the Rubin Academy in Tel Aviv. Francesco D'Orazio was born in Bari and was taught violin and viola by his father. In 2010, the Italian National Music Critics Association awarded Francesco with the Premio Abbiati as Best Soloist of the year. As soloist Mr. D'Orazio has performed in concerts in all Europe, North and South America, Mexico, China and Japan.

Tracklist

Violin Concerto (No 2) In D Minor 14:09
1 Allegro 6:55
2 Adagio 2:33
3 Tempo Di Minuetto 4:32
Violin Concerto (No 3) In A Major 12:26
4 Allegro Moderato 5:15
5 Adagio 2:36
6 Allegro 4:24
Quartetto (Sinfonia) In G Major 14:32
7 Larghetto 5:12
8 Allegro 5:39
9 Tempo Di Menué 3:31
Violin Concerto (No 1) In C Major 20:16
10 Allegro Maestoso 9:56
11 Adagio 3:37
12 Presto 6:38

Credits

  • Bassoon – Claudio Vehr
  • Cadenza [All Cadenzas] – Francesco D'Orazio
  • Cello – Marco Ceccato (tracks: 7 to 9)
  • Composed By – Christian Joseph Lidarti
  • Conductor – Francesco D'Orazio
  • Directed By [Project Director] – Carlo Ipata
  • Double Bass – Alessandro Bevilacqua
  • Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Roberto Meo
  • Ensemble – Auser Musici
  • Executive Producer – Simon Perry
  • Harpsichord – Daniele Boccaccio
  • Horn – Gianfranco Dini, Loreta Ferri
  • Illustration [Front Illustration] – David Allan
  • Liner Notes [Booklet Editor] – Tim Parry
  • Oboe – Martino Noferi, Simone Bensi
  • Producer [Recording Producer], Edited By [Editing] – Sigrid Lee
  • Research [Front Picture Research] – Richard Howard
  • Theorbo – Francesco Romano
  • Viola – Pasquale Lepore (tracks: 7 to 9)
  • Violin – Annamaria Bianconi, Daniela Godio (tracks: 7 to 9), Heilke Wulff, Luisa Di Menna, Maurizio Lillo, Milena Miatovich, Raul Orellana (tracks: 7 to 9)
  • Violin, Soloist – Francesco D'Orazio

Notes

(P) & (C) Hyperion Records Ltd, London, MMVIII.
Made in England.

Recorded in the Oratorio di S. Domenico, Pisa, Italy, in June 2007.

All First Recordings.
Pitch: A = 430Hz.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 34571 17685 7
  • Label Code: LC7533