TC.781690-Niccolò Paganini-24 Capricci opus I-Roberto Noferini

“The electricity I feel when I’m dealing with the magic harmony […]”, Paganini wrote on 15 January 1832 in a letter to his friend Luigi Guglielmo Germi. There could be no better definition of Paganini’s musical temperament. This is what Schubert said after hearing Paganini play in a concert: “I have heard the voice of an angel”. And Liszt’s comment was: “How much passion, how much suffering in those four strings […]”. This recording of the Capricci in a new version, that is one that uses an antique instrument, and antique bow and strings, encourages us to imagine what their sound quality was in Paganini’s time. The timbre of an antique instrument, a different bow, and above all the catgut strings, made out of sheep intestines cut into strips and twisted, similar to a vibrating nerve, created a sound that expanded in the wooden concert halls, immense natural soundboxes.
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Cod.: TC.781690
Compositore: Niccolò Paganini (1782-1840)
Composer: Niccolò Paganini (1782-1840)
Titolo: 24 Capricci opus I
Title: 24 Capricci opus I
Esecutori: Roberto Noferini, violino storico
Performers: Roberto Noferini, historical violin
Edizione: Settembre 2014
Edition: September 2014
Testo_Musicologico: Mariarosa Pollastri
Musicological_Text: Mariarosa Pollastri
Note_it: 2cd Box set · World Premiere Recording<br>Edizione completa su violino storico in corde di budello
Note: 2cd Box set · World Premiere Recording<br>Complete Edition on Historical Violin with gut Strings
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