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The solo violin concerto spread rapidly throughout Europe from it's cradle in Venice where Vivaldi established the genre's formal aesthetic. Giuseppe Tartini, however, in nearby Padua, remained fully independent of Vivaldi's model and established a school of pupils who reflected his own virtuosity and lyricism. The works of the three Italian and one German pupils in this programme contain noble and expressive slow movements in concertos that had absorbed the galant style and the influence of the Lombardy symphonists such as Sammartini. Three are heard in world premiere recordings.
The solo violin concerto spread rapidly throughout Europe from it's cradle in Venice where Vivaldi established the genre's formal aesthetic. Giuseppe Tartini, however, in nearby Padua, remained fully independent of Vivaldi's model and established a school of pupils who reflected his own virtuosity and lyricism. The works of the three Italian and one German pupils in this programme contain noble and expressive slow movements in concertos that had absorbed the galant style and the influence of the Lombardy symphonists such as Sammartini. Three are heard in world premiere recordings.
8007144080419
Morigi / Naumann / Podlesek - Pupils Of Tartini, Vol. 3 - Violin Concertos

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Format: CD
Label: DYNAMIC
Rel. Date: 07/19/2024
UPC: 8007144080419

Pupils Of Tartini, Vol. 3 - Violin Concertos
Artist: Morigi / Naumann / Podlesek
Format: CD
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The solo violin concerto spread rapidly throughout Europe from it's cradle in Venice where Vivaldi established the genre's formal aesthetic. Giuseppe Tartini, however, in nearby Padua, remained fully independent of Vivaldi's model and established a school of pupils who reflected his own virtuosity and lyricism. The works of the three Italian and one German pupils in this programme contain noble and expressive slow movements in concertos that had absorbed the galant style and the influence of the Lombardy symphonists such as Sammartini. Three are heard in world premiere recordings.
        
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