• 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

  • The Garden With Countless Windows

    Voice and Recorders in a Different Light


      Voice and recorders in a different light   The garden with countless windows was, I say, endless… (Nikos Egonopoulos, Rodia=SO2H4)   Change, an unavoidable factor in our lives and those of our predecessors, is a recurrent theme in music and poetry throughout the centuries, and also the thread behind the story told in this record. In Nikos Egonopoulos’s poem Rodia=SO2H4 the poet dreams of a ‘garden with countless windows’: an impossible, ever-changing landscape in which seemingly incompatible stories can connect and interact to form a fascinatin...+ info

  • Salvatore Lanzetti

    'Sonates a Violoncello solo e basso continuo'

    Emmanuel Balssa, violoncello

    Salvatore Lanzetti is one of several violinist/composers who lived in Italy during the late Baroque period. In this era I consider a violinist as a performer on any of the instruments from the violin family, including the violincello. Some if these performers have particularly interesting personalities, both as players and as composers. Although Lanzetti was remained unknown until the beginning of the 1980’s, in his lifetime he was regarded as a brilliant ‘cellist. Yet his virtuosity on the instrument never equalled his fame, which was eclipsed by the popularity of another great 1...+ info

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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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