Vivaldi, Antonio - Concerti per violino III (Il ballo) - Galfetti, Duilio (violin)

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Vivaldi Edition
The Vivaldi Edition, a recording venture conceived by the Italian musicologist Alberto Basso and the independent label Naïve, is one of the most ambitious recording projects of the twenty-first century. Its principal objective is to record the massive collection of Vivaldi autograph manuscripts preserved today in the Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria in Turin, some 450 works in all. This treasure trove is none other than the private library of scores Vivaldi had at home at the time of his death in Vienna in 1741 and includes his extant operas, hundreds of concertos, sacred compositions and cantatas. After a chaotic itinerary which took them from Venice to Genoa, then to Casale Monferrato in Piedmont, these manuscripts ended up almost by accident at the library in Turin, which, realising their priceless value, managed to acquire them around 1930 thanks to two generous patrons. The collection includes fifteen operas and several hundred concertos, as well as sacred compositions and secular cantatas. Most of this music has not been heard since the eighteenth century. The release of more than one hundred recordings, which began in the year 2000, will continue until 2015. The Vivaldi Edition's goal is to make this extraordinary wealth of music available to the public and at the same time to reveal the full genius of Vivaldi, not only as a composer of instrumental music, for which he was already known, but as the creator of some of the eighteenth century's most important vocal music. Beyond the realm of recording, the Vivaldi Edition is active in promoting affiliated concerts in major festivals and concert series throughout Europe and in developing multimedia projects which bring together musicians, film-makers, authors, visual artists and others.

Duilio Galfetti
The release of Galfetti's recording of Vivaldi's Four Seasons on Claves-TSI/Arte revealed Duilio M. Galfetti as one of the leading Baroque violinists on the international scene. He began studying music at the age of seven, first the mandolin, and later the violin. After obtaining his diploma in violin from the Dreilinden Conservatory of Lucerne in the class of Gunars Larsens (1989) he started a long collaboration with the Milanese Baroque ensemble il Giardino Armonico, which enabled him not only to deepen his knowledge of music played on period instruments and observing historically informed performance practice, but also to appear as a soloist on mandolin, violin and viola at the leading international festivals, including the Festival van Vlaanderen in Bruges, the Internationale Musikfestwochen in Lucerne, the Bach-Tage at the Philharmonie in Berlin, the Styriarte Festival in Graz, Musica e Poesia a San Maurizio in Milan, and the Schleswig- Holstein Musik Festival. During these years he made a number of major recordings for Teldec (Bach's Brandenburg Concertos, Vivaldi's complete mandolin and lute concertos, Musica da Camera a Napoli) which were enthusiastically received by the specialised critics and won numerous awards (Diapason d'Or, 10 de Répertoire, Choc du Monde de la Musique, Gramophone Award). In 1997, Duilio Galfetti became a member of the Swiss-Italian Radio Symphony Orchestra (Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana) and founded the ensemble I Barocchisti with Diego Fasolis. This group works in close collaboration with the Choir of Swiss- Italian Radio, and has already made many recordings acclaimed by press and public alike, among them Bach's St John Passion, orchestral suites, and complete motets, Monteverdi's Vespro della Beata Vergine, Handel's Messiah, Giovanni Paisiello's La Passione di Gesù Cristo, and Vivaldi's Juditha triumphans and recorder concertos (with Maurice Steger). Duilio Galfetti has also recorded for Naxos, Chandos, BBC Music, Auvidis, Ex Libris, Arts, and for the leading European radio stations. He was recently asked by Claudio Abbado to appear as mandolin soloist on tour with the Lucerne Festival Orchestra.
Artikelnummer OP30474
Streckkod 0709861304745
Utgivningsdatum 2009-01-19
Kategori Violin
Skivbolag Naïve
Enhet CD
Antal enheter 1
Artister Galfetti, Duilio (violin)
Kompositörer Vivaldi, Antonio
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