SAMMARTINI Recorder Concerto & Sonatas. Collegium Pro Musica / Stefano Bagliano. Brilliant Classics

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Sammartini Recorder Concerto And Sonatas Musica Stefano Bagliano Brilliant Classics

SAMMARTINI

Recorder Concerto & Sonatas

Collegium Pro Musica / Stefano Bagliano

Concerto in F for recorder and strings

1 I. Allegro 4’00

2 II. Siciliano 5’09

3 III. Allegro 4’00

Sonata in F No.11 for recorder and basso continuo (Ms. of Parma)

4 I. Andante 3’23

5 II. Allegro 2’36

6 III. Adagio 2’01

7 IV. Andante – Allegro 5’04

Sonata in B flat No.21 for recorder and b.c. (Ms. Sibley)

8 I. Allegro 3’34

9 II. Adagio 2’06

10 III. Allegro 2’05

Giovanni Battista Sammartini (1700–1775)

Sonata in D minor for harpsichord

(Ms.I-Bc Mart. 2.4.18)

11 I. Andantino 4’35

Giuseppe Sammartini

Sonata in F

No.23 for recorder and b.c. (Ms. Sibley)

12 I. Andante 3’34

13 II. Allegro 2’50

14 III. Adagio 1’50

15 IV. Andante 2’24

Giuseppe Sammartini

Sonata in A minor for cello and b.c.

16 I. Andante 5’35

17 II. Allegro 2’38

18 III. Menuetto 3’02

Giuseppe Sammartini

Trio Sonata in G Op.1

No.4 for two recorders and b.c.

19 I. Spiritoso 4’57

20 II. Andante 3’20

21 III. Allegro 2’42

Collegium Pro Musica

Stefano Bagliano recorder, conductor

Manuel Staropoli recorder · Federico Guglielmo, Valerio

Giannarelli violin

Marco Diatto, viola, Alberto Pisani, cello, Diego

Cantalupi, theorbo, Andrea Coen, harpsichord.

Ever since the pioneering time of Frans Brüggen and Michaela Petri, Sammartini is a household name in Baroque circles, and his recorder concertos share the same fame as Vivaldi and Telemann.

Collegium Pro Musica performed with famous singers Emma Kirkby and Roberta Invernizzi.

Stefano Bagliano performed with conductors such as Alan Curtis, Rudolf Barshai,Anton Nanut, Giuseppe Garbarino, S. Balestracci and Vladislav Bulakhov.

Giovanni (1701-1775) and Guiseppe (1693-1750) Sammartini were brothers from Milan who both became major players in the world of 18th century music. Giovanni lived and worked all his life in Milan, become chapel master to a number of churches. He was active in all genres including opera and symphonies, and he produced a large body of sonatas and trios. His most famous pupil was Gluck. Giovanni was a leading composer in the development of the classical style.

Guiseppe was a virtuoso oboist as well as a composer. In contrast to his brother travelled extensively, settling in London in the 1720s, joining the opera orchestra. He eventually became Director of the Chamber Musicians to Frederick, Prince of Wales. His output included the music to Congreve’s masque The Judgement of Paris, oratorios and a large quantity of sonatas and trio, and concerti grossi for flute or oboe. Although more a ‘man of the world’ than his brother, Guiseppe was the more conservative composer and his music is late baroque in style, with the influence of Geminiani, Handel and Corelli

apparent. This CD brings together sonatas by both brothers, plus a concerto by Guiseppe for recorder and strings. The Sammartini’s were at the cutting edge of 18th century music during the transition from the baroque to the classical age.

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