Saturday, November 14, 2009

L'Arte del Violino - Gatti, Ensemble Aurora 2CD








L'Arte del Violino - Gatti, Ensemble Aurora
Baroque | Eac, single flac, | no log, covers | 2 CD, 739 MB
1994 & 1999 | Symphonia | RapidShare



Throughout his artistic career the Umbrian violinist Enrico Gatti, a pupil of Chiara Banchini and Sigiswald Kuijken, has performed all over Europe, Canada, the United States, South America, Japan and Australia.
He has worked with La Petite Bande, Ensemble 415, Concerto Palatino, Hespèrion XX and La Real Cámara, among other groups, as first violinist with Les Arts Florissants, Les Talens Lyriques, Taverner Players and The King’s Consort, as well as with conductors such as Gustav Leonhardt and Ton Koopman.
Despite an impressive track record of Italian violin music, one that covers major figures like Corelli, Veracini and Tartini (with discs released on a variety of labels and frequently the recipients of important awards), Enrico Gatti has only recently turned to the question of recording Vivaldi, selecting the Sonatas of both the op. 1 and 2 collections with which to break a 20 year recording “silence” on the subject of the Red Priest. Gatti is the director of the Ensemble Aurora, which he founded in Italy in 1986, and has recorded the Vivaldi Trio Sonatas (playing on a 1652 Nicola Amati instrument) with this group for Glossa as well as Alessandro Stradella’s oratorio La Susanna.
An important element in Enrico Gatti’s working life lies in the field of education and lecturing and he teaches the Baroque violin at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague and in Novara. His teaching skills have been solicited by institutions including the conservatories of Paris, Lyon, Madrid, Amsterdam and Utrecht, the Hochschule für Musik in Trossingen, the University of British Columbia, the Universidad de Salamanca and the Accademia Musicale Chigiana of Siena. He has also taught at courses in Urbino, Erice, Venice, Lanciano, Barbaste, Spa and Béjar.


Ensemble Aurora

Master violinist Enrico Gatti is dedicated to the study of the Baroque repertoire, and founded the Ensemble Aurora in 1986. A graduate of the Geneva Conservatory and the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, he has been professor of Baroque violin at the conservatories of Toulouse, Geneva, Basel, The Hague, Siena, and Fiesole. He gives master classes throughout Europe and the U.S., and Plays with many ensembles. Since 1997 he has been Artistic Director of the Urbino Early Music Course, and the Modena Festival Grandezze & Meraviglie della Musica Estense. Gatti plays a 1789 Laurentius Storini violin from Cremona.

Cellist Gaetano Nasillo teaches Baroque cello at the Palermo Conservatory and the Scuola di Musica di Fiesole. He records and plays with other European ensembles including COncerto Vocale, Ensemble 415, Le Concert des Nation, and Ars Antique Austria, among others. Nasillo plays a 1710 Barak Norman cello from London.

Violinist Olivia Centurioni has also played with many of the same ensembles, and since October 2000 has been assistant professor to Enrico Gatti at the Civica Scuola de Musica in Milan. Centurioni plays a 1764 Egidius Klotz violin.

Harpsichordist Guido Morini has recorded the complete works of Michelangelo Rossi and is a member of Hesperion XXI; he has performed in Italy's most prestigious halls, including La Scala in Milan, and l'Opera di Roma.



CD Content

CD 1

Merula: Sonata seconda a 2
Matteis: Passaggio a solo - Fuga a due corde - Ground
Agostino Guerrieri (fl.c.1650): Sonata à 2 detta "La Lucina"
Carlo Mannelli (1640-1697): Sinfonia a violino solo
Giovanni A. Pandolfi Mealli (d.c.1700): Sonata quarta "La Castella"
Uccellini: Sonata II detta "La Luciminia contenta"
Giovanni Buonaventura Viviani (1638-c.1692): Sonata prima
Angelo Berardi (c.1636-1694): Capriccio per camera
Merula: Sonata prima a 2
Uccellini: Sinfonia seconda a violino solo
Pietro Degli Antoni (1648-1720): Sonata settima
Guerrieri: Sonata malinconica à soloViviani: Sinfonia cantabile

CD2

01 Marco Uccellini - Aria XI Sopra Il 'Caporal Simon'
02 Marco Uccellini - Sonata XXVI A 3 Sopra 'La Prosperina'
03 Giuseppi Torelli - 'Perfidia' A Due Violini
04 Giuseppe Jacchini - Sonata VII A 3
05 Giovanni Maria Bononcini - Corrent 'La Pegolotta'
06 Giovanni Maria Bononcini - Allemanda 'La Guelfa'
07 Giovanni Maria Bononcini - Corrente 'L'Incognita'
08 Vitali, Giovanni Battista - Sonata 'La Guidoni'
09 Marco Uccellini - Aria Xiii Sopra 'Questa Bella Sirena'
10 Giuseppe Colombi - Scordatura A Violino Solo
11 Vitali, Giovanni Battista - Sonata Da Chiesa N. 12 Op. II
12 Giuseppe Colombi - Variazioni A 2 Sull 'Aria Di Bergamasca'
13 Gabrielli, Domenico - Ricercare Per Violoncello Solo
14 Cazzati, Maurizio - Sonata A 2 'la Gaetana'
15 Giovanni Maria Bononcini - Sonata Da Chiesa N. 10 Op. VI
16 Marco Uccellini - Sonata XXVIi A 3
17 Marco Uccellini - Aria XV Sopra 'La Scalota Dagli Agghi'





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