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ITALIAN CONCERTOS (Concerto Koln)


Capriccio C5132

   Fanfare, September 2012

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Jerry Dubins
Fanfare, September 2012

Capriccio is here making this collection of Italian Baroque concertos, recorded between 1988 and 1992, available in a budget twofer set that you can’t afford to pass up…

The set brings together six of Vivaldi’s well-known and oft-recorded concertos, intermixing them with concertos by three of his close contemporaries.

…Pergolesi did write a number of serious operas, as well as sacred works and instrumental compositions, among which the Violin Concerto in B♭-Major performed here by violinist Andrea Keller is a fine example of the composer’s vocal style applied to purely instrumental music.

Leo’s reputation rests today almost solely on half a dozen cello concertos, of which the one in D Minor is ably performed here by cellist Werner Matzke.

Sensible size—17 players—sane tempos, and sure technique distinguish these performances by Concerto Köln under its leader for this collection, Werner Ehrhardt. © 2012 Fanfare Read complete review






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