17th Century Italian Sinfonias and Sonatas for Cello and Continuo

17th Century Italian Sinfonias and Sonatas for Cello and Continuo

performed by Vito Paternoster, fl. 1995 (Magnatune, 2011), 44 mins

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Field of Interest
Classical Music
Description
Vito Paternoster, a pioneer of Baroque music in Italy, picks five of the most beautiful Italian Baroque sonatas for cello. B Marcello, FP Scipriani (in world premiere recording), GB Pergolesi, F Geminiani and F Martino, ( edited by Ricordi inc.) performed with virtuosity and lyricism, bring us back to the sounds, voices and colors of Venice, Naples and Florence of XVIII Century.
Content Type
Music recording
Duration
44 mins
Format
Audio
Label
Magnatune
Performer
Vito Paternoster, fl. 1995
Date Recorded
2011
Release Date
2011-05-07
Subject
Classical Music, Music & Performing Arts, Classical

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