• Raclerie Universelle

    17th-century French guitar

    Israel Golani


    RACLERIE UNIVERSELLE The music on this CD represents this zenith in writing for the guitar. The pieces in A minor come from Corbetta’s first French publication titled La Guitarre Royalle. In this outstanding collection Corbetta designates strummed chords to be the rhythmic engine throughout each piece. At the same time the notes of an elaborate melody are realized by plucking or by being placed at the top of a strummed chord. Occasionally inner voices are also introduced, functioning as counter-melodies. Both chords and melodies are extensively embellished. Furthermore, Corbetta nonchal...+ info

  • Gaetano Brunetti

    Divertimenti para Trío de Cuerda. Serie IV

    Carmen Veneris


    You can buy it in ITUNES Gaetano Brunetti (Fano, ca. 1744 – Colmenar de Oreja, 16 December 1798) was one of a number of Italian musicians who moved to Spain in the 18th century in order to make their living there, musicians such as Farinelli, Corselli or Scarlatti. In fact, during the 1760s the number of Italian musicians living in Madrid included Luigi Boccherini, Domenico (Domingo) Porreti, and most of the violinists in the Royal Chapel, among whom we find instrumentalists such as Francesco Landini, Felipe Sabatini, Antonio Marquesini or Brunetti.   We can’t really be s...+ info

  • Nino Rota. Aram Khachaturian

    Conciertos para Piano y Orquesta

    Ana Claudia Girotto, piano

    Conductor: Elena Herrera


    Nino Rota was born in Milan in 1911 within a musical family. He was a child prodigy and excelled in the composition of the orchestra since he was twelve years old when released on his own driving his oratorio 'The childhood of John the Baptist. Received an excellent academic training in Rome, USA and Milan, where he studied literature. He was director of the Conservatory of Bari from 1950 until his death in 1979. Author of ballets, operas, concertos for horn, bass cello, piano, bassoon, and symphonies, heavily emphasizing his brilliant work in film, suffice it to say who is the author of the...+ info


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NEW: ‘A che Bellezza!’

September 30th, 2014

The soprano Mariví Blasco, accompanied by theorbo Juan Carlos Rivera, we are immersed in the Italian Seicento music with Arias and Cantatas of Claudio Monteverdi, Stefano Landi, Benedetto Ferrari, Barbara Strozzi, Domenico Mazzocchi and Giulio Caccini. An remarkable performance of exceptional music.

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NEW: ‘A che Bellezza!’


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