domenica 21 dicembre 2014

Antonio Vivaldi - Oboe Sonatas

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Goodwin and his accompanists treat each of these pieces as an individual, with impressive results. The Vivaldi sonatas include a number of extreme technical challenges, into which Goodwin throws himself with physicality and enthusiasm. The accompanying players (in RV 53 there is a large continuo group consisting of cello, harpsichord, and archlute) create a big sound that stands up to Goodwin's heroics. The disc includes two forgeries long attributed to Vivaldi but actually composed by French musette (bagpipe) player Nicolas Chédeville; they were certainly influenced by Vivaldi, and they shed some light on the still-emerging influence of Vivaldi on the mid-century galant style. Among the highlights of the two Chédeville sonatas are the bizarre, almost ragtime-like syncopations in the Allegro, ma non presto movement of the Sonata for oboe and continuo, RV 59.
James Manheim 


Sonata for oboe & continuo in C minor, RV 53
Trio Sonata for 2 oboes, bassoon, continuo & archlute in G minor (Lund), RV 81
Sonata for oboe, cello, organ & guitar in A major (Il pastor fido), RV 59
Sonata for oboe, violin, organ & chalumeau in C major (Salmoe), RV 779
Sonata for oboe, cello, continuo & archlute in G minor (Il pastor fido), RV 58

Paul Goodwin,
Gail Hennessy,
John Holloway,
Colin Lawson,
Nigel North,
archlute & guitar
Susan Sheppard,
Frances Eustace,
John Toll,
harpsichord & organ

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