TC.790001 – AA.VV. – Eco del Vesuvio – Neapolitan songs from 1799 to 1887 – Stefano Albarello: canto – chitarra

The tradition of transcribing operas for chamber ensembles arose during the second half of the eighteenth century, when the Austria emperor Joseph founded the first Harmonie, a group of high-quality wind players employed by the Orchestra of the Court Theatre.
Since at that time very few original compositions existed for such a group, the members of the Harmonie themselves made arrangements of some of the most fashionable operas, symphonies and ballets.
This tradition continued in nineteenth-century salons, with arrangements of opera excerpts composed even by famous virtuosos on the piano (F.
Liszt), violin (N.
Paganini), flute (G.
Briccialdi), and by less well-known oboe virtuosos.
This recording presents fantasias based on the operas of G.
Donizetti composed by the oboists H.
Brod and A.
Pasculli, as well as the clarinettist L.
Bassi.
Donizetti, unlike other contemporary opera composers, dedicated a great deal of his attention to instrumental music, especially during his early years, and this was certainly due to the cultural training he received during his studies at the Music School in his home town of Bergamo.

Cod.: TC.790001
Total Lenght: 00:51:39
Edition: September 2004
Historic period: romantic
Composer: Ferdinando Carulli, Nicola Piccinni, Mauro Giuliani, Napoleon Coste, Teodoro Cottrau, Raffaele Sacco, Salvatore Di Giacomo, Mario Costa, Anonimi
Composer: AA.VV.
Performers: Stefano Albarello: canto - chitarra Moitessier –Mirecourt (F) 1820 (track 1-3-5-6-9-11-12-14); chitarra terzina, Anonimo - Italia 1850 circa (track 2-4-7-10); chitarra Pasquale Vinaccia – Napoli (I) 1889 (Track 8-13-15).
Ensemble: Stefano Albarello
Director: Stefano Albarello
Durata Totale: (Italiano) 00:51:39
Edizione: Settembre 2004
Periodo Storico: (Italiano) romantico
Compositore: Ferdinando Carulli, Nicola Piccinni, Mauro Giuliani, Napoleon Coste, Teodoro Cottrau, Raffaele Sacco, Salvatore Di Giacomo, Mario Costa, Anonimi
Esecutori: Stefano Albarello: canto - chitarra Moitessier –Mirecourt (F) 1820 (track 1-3-5-6-9-11-12-14); chitarra terzina, Anonimo - Italia 1850 circa (track 2-4-7-10); chitarra Pasquale Vinaccia – Napoli (I) 1889 (Track 8-13-15).
Direttore: (Italiano) Stefano Albarello
Organico: (Italiano) Stefano Albarello
Title: Neapolitan songs from 1799 to 1887
Titolo: Neapolitan songs from 1799 to 1887
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