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Fabio Andreotti. Giacomo Puccini. E lucevan le stelle (Tosca)
Fabio Andreotti. Giacomo Puccini. E lucevan le stelle (Tosca) Giacomo Puccini. Aria di Cavaradossi "E lucevan le stelle" from opera "Tosca". Fabio Andreotti. Moscow camera orchestra "Musica Viva". Direttore - Valentin Uriupin
Fabio Zanon - Estudio Brillante (Tarrega)
Fabio Zanon - Estudio Brillante (Tarrega) Classical guitarist Fabio Zanon plays Tarrega's Estudio Brillante De Alard (No. 20).
Fábio Zanon plays Domenico Scarlatti
Fábio Zanon plays Domenico Scarlatti Sonata Scarlatti - K 391.
A.Vivaldi-Sinfonia "Improvisata" in DoM RV802-Biondi-Europa Galant
A.Vivaldi-Sinfonia "Improvisata" in DoM RV802-Biondi-Europa Galant Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741) Sinfonia "Improvisata" in DoM RV802 Europa Galante/Fabio Biondi: "Improvisata" (Virgin 63430) Just when you thought you'd heard every note of composer Antonio Vivaldi's vast output, Baroque specialist Fabio Biondi reveals something new from the "Red Priest." Biondi's latest recording is a purely instrumental disc exploring the descriptive sinfonia. Biondi founded the period instrument ensemble Europa Galante in 1990. Their latest recording takes its title, "Improvisata," from a short sinfonia by Vivaldi. From there Biondi builds an entire program around descriptive works from lesser-known composers like Carlo Monza and Giuseppe Demachi. Vivaldi's "Sinfonia Improvisata" is a compact, three-minute fragment that was just discovered in 1999. This condensed concert piece actually sounds very much like a Vivaldi chamber concerto. The entire ensemble gets the opportunity to take center stage. It seems only fitting that the high-caliber performers of Europa Galante would be the first to record this piece. Composers have always tried to write music that in some way paints a musical picture. Some program music is poetic and suggestive, but not specific. Descriptive music actually tries to recreate sounds that form a particular visual image for the listener. Composers often add titles to their pieces to enhance these pictures in our minds. Four of the five pieces on this new release have descriptive titles, including "The Storm at Sea," or "La Tempesta di ...
La Donna e Mobile (Ocarina)
La Donna e Mobile (Ocarina) A famous aria from Rigoletto, an opera by Giuseppe Verdi. I actually recorded this a week ago (on the same night I recorded my Heidenröslein video), but my internet wasn't working, so I was unable to upload it until now. I've got one other video recorded as well, which I'll probably upload tomorrow. Performed on a Fabio Menaglio Sol 2 (soprano G). Recorded on a Flip UltraHD camcorder and a Zoom H2 audio recorder. Reverb was added.
E.Bernagozzi - Fantasia concertante, dal "Flauto magico" di WAMoza
E.Bernagozzi - Fantasia concertante, dal "Flauto magico" di WAMoza Emiliano Bernagozzi Fantasia concertante - dal "Flauto magico" di WAMozart The Soloists of the Gruppo Ocarinistico Budriese: Fabio Galliani, Emiliano Bernagozzi - ocarine Roberto Bonato - piano For more information, please visit www.gobitalia.it and www.cd4sale.it An informal concert by Gruppo Ocarinistico Budriese, during the sixth Ocarina Festival. Recorded by Krešimir Cindrić, in Budrio, on May 1, 2011.
Francisco Tarrega Danza mora
Francisco Tarrega Danza mora Fabio Montomoli live 2006
Handel - Recorder sonata in A minor (live)
Handel - Recorder sonata in A minor (live) Ensemble Estro Cromatico, Milano Marco Scorticati flauto dolce Davide Pozzi clavicembalo Georg Friedrich Händel Sonata a Flauto e Cembalo in La min. (Live concert) Festival internazionale di Musica antica Settimane Barocche di Brescia 10 ottobre 2008, Nave (BS), Italy MARCO SCORTICATI Born in Milan in 1980, he begun studying recorder at a very early age. He took lessons from Giovanni Antonini (from 1990 to '97), Pedro Memelsdorff (with whom he graduated in '99 at the Civica Scuola di Musica Antica in Milan), Walter van Hauwe (from 1999 to 2001 at the "Sweelinck" Conservatorium in Amsterdam) and Kees Boeke (at the Musikhochschule of Zurich, where he graduated in 2003). He also attended the "C. Pollini" Conservatory in Padua obtaining his degree in 1999 and studied composition with Fabio Vacchi at the "G. Verdi" Conservatory in Milan. He studied baroque transverse flute with Marco Brolli in Milan. As a recorder and transverse flute player he regularly performs with his ensemble Estro Cromatico, collaborating with well-known singers such as sopranos Nuria Rial, María Espada, Mária Zádori and counter-tenor Roberto Balconi. He also collaborates ao with Accademia Bizantina (Ottavio Dantone), Europa Galante (Fabio Biondi), Il Giardino Armonico (Giovanni Antonini) and Venice Baroque Orchestra (Andrea Marcon). He has also performed with the Milan Teatro alla Scala Orchestra directed by Ottavio Dantone, Giovanni Antonini and Rinaldo Alessandrini. He appears on CD and DVD recordings ...
Boccherini - Symphony No. 6 "La casa del diavolo" - Mov. 1/3
Boccherini - Symphony No. 6 "La casa del diavolo" - Mov. 1/3 LUIGI BOCCHERINI (1743 - 1805) Sinfonia No. 6 'la casa dle diavolo' for orchestra in D minor 1. Andante sostenuto - Allegro assai Performed by Europa Galante Directed by Fabio Biondi
Boccherini - Symphony No. 6 "La casa del diavolo" - Mov. 3/3
Boccherini - Symphony No. 6 "La casa del diavolo" - Mov. 3/3 LUIGI BOCCHERINI (1743 - 1805) Sinfonia No. 6 'la casa dle diavolo' for orchestra in D minor 3. Andante sostenuto - Allegro con molto Performed by Europa Galante Directed by Fabio Biondi
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