THE GOLDEN AGE OF THE CELLO IN BRITAIN 1760-1810

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THE GOLDEN AGE OF THE CELLO IN BRITAIN 1760-1810

Sonatas & Duos for two cellos

 

Emanuel Siprutini (Approx. 1730 – 1790)

Sonata No. 2 in F Major, No. 3 in A Major, from Op. VII

Stephen Paxton (1734 – 1787)

Sonata No. 4 in C Major, No. 5 in A Major, Op. I

Walter Clagget (1741 – 1798)

Solo No. 6 in D Major, London 1760

Giacobbe Basevi, Cervetto (1682– 1783)

Divertimento No. 1 in G minor, No. 6 in D Major, Op. IV

James Cervetto Jr. (1748 – 1837)

Sonata No. 2 in G Major, No. 4 in D minor, No. 5 in D Major, Op. I

Johann G. C. Schetky (1737 – 1824)

Sonata No. 1 in D Major, Op. IV

Joseph Reinagle  (1762 – 1825)

Sonata No. 1 in G Major, No. 2 in C Major, London 1805

Hugh Reinagle (1758 or 59 – 1785)

Solo No. 2 in D Major, Op. posth. II

Giovanni Battista Cirri (1724 – 1808)

Sonata No. 5 in G minor, Op. XV
Duetto No. 3 in G Major, Op. VIII

James Hook (1746 – 1827)

Duetto No. 2 in D Major, Op. 58

Carlo F. Chiabrano (1723? – 1785?)

Sonata No. 2 in A minor, London 1785

Jean-Marie Raoul (1766 – 1850)

Sonata No. 2 in D Major, London 1805

Robert Lindley (1776 – 1855)

Solo No. 3 in G Major, No. 4 in D Major, Op. 9
Solo in C Major, Op. 13

3 CD

CLAUDIO RONCO – EMANUELA VOZZA

on period instruments

 

Giunto a Londra grazie ai grandi virtuosi italiani, attorno alla metà del Settecento si apre per il violoncello una stagione di straordinario splendore, grazie alla fioritura di un nuovo mercato musicale alimentato non più solo dalla nobiltà ma anche dalla borghesia emergente. In breve il violoncello diviene patrimonio locale e appaiono sulle scene i primi virtuosi nazionali, come i celebri John CrosdiIl e Robert Lindley. In questa nuova pubblicazione, Claudio Ronco ed Emanuela Vozza offrono un ampio spaccato della produzione violoncellistica europea dedicata al pubblico britannico, con opere cameristiche fino ad oggi rimaste in gran parte silenziose sugli scaffali delle biblioteche.

Arrived in London thanks to great Italian virtuosos, around the mid-eighteenth century begins a season of extraordinary splendor for the cello, thanks to the enthusiasm of the nobility and the musical market fueled by the emerging bourgeois class. In a short time, the first national cellists will also appear on the scene, such as the celebrated John Crosdill and Robert Lindley. This new publication by Claudio Ronco and Emanuela Vozza returns a broad cross-section of the European cello production dedicated to the British public, with chamber works until now largely waiting on the libraries’ shelves, silently.

 

 

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