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Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
Flute Concertante Sonatas

This recording is intended as a sort of projection of the “vocal” resources of wind instruments. That is to say, these sonatas evoke remarkable resources of expressive communication, and the wind instruments employed here attempt to draw inspiration from the model of the human voice, with all of its vast possibilities. Already the most famous of sixteenth-century treatises, by Ganassi, encouraged the performer to follow this precept: “you must know how all instruments in regard to and in comparison with the human voice are unworthy, and thus we must force ourselves to imitate them. ”

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Cod.: TC.672219
Composer: Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
Performers: COLLEGIUM PRO MUSICA su strumenti d'epoca - Stefano Bagliano: flauto dritto - Paolo Tognon: fagotto - Ruggero Vartolo: oboe - Alberto Pisani: violoncello - Pier Mario Grosso: cembalo - Giangiacomo Pinardi: tiorba
Edition: Jan 2002