Clematis – Legrenzi: Sonate & Balletti (2016) [FLAC 24 bit, 48 kHz]

Clematis - Legrenzi: Sonate & Balletti (2016) [FLAC 24 bit, 48 kHz] Download

Artist: Clematis
Album: Legrenzi: Sonate & Balletti
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2016
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 48 kHz
Duration: 01:17:26
Total Tracks: 24
Total Size: 872 MB

Tracklist:

1-01. Clematis – La cetra, Op. 10: Sonata prima a 4 violini (b. c.: positive organ, theorbo, fagotto) (05:27)
1-02. Clematis – La cetra, Op. 10: Sonata terza a 2 violoni (b. c.: harpsichord, harp, guitar, bass viol) (05:33)
1-03. Clematis – Balletti e correnti a 5, Op. 16: Balleto primo (Allemanda) (02:03)
1-04. Clematis – Balletti e correnti a 5, Op. 16: Corrente terza: 2 violins, viola, viola da spalla (b. c.: harpsichord, organ, theorbo, guitar, cello) (01:50)
1-05. Clematis – Sonate da chiesa e da camera a 3, Op. 4: La Pezzoli a 3: 2 violins, viola da spalla (b. c.: great organ) (04:01)
1-06. Clematis – Sonate a 2-3, Op. 2: La Foscari a 2: violin, bassoon (b. c.: great organ) (02:50)
1-07. Clematis – Sonate da chiesa e da camera a 3, Op. 4: La Forni a 3: 2 violins, violone (b. c.: positive organ) (02:56)
1-08. Clematis – Sonate a 2, 3, 5, & 6, Op. 8: La Marinona a 5: 2 violins, viola, bass viol, violone (b. c.: harp, theorbo, harpsichord) (03:10)
1-09. Clematis – Sonate a 2-3, Op. 2: La Frangipana a due violini (b. c.: harpsichord, guitar, harp) (03:51)
1-10. Clematis – Sonate a 2, 3, 5, & 6, Op. 8: La Basadonna a 6: 2 violins, viola, 2 bass viols, violone (b. c.: harpsichord, theorbo) (03:07)
1-11. Clematis – Sonate a 2, 3, 5, & 6, Op. 8: La Cremona a 5: 4 violins, violoncello (b. c.: positive organ, theorbo) (04:03)
1-12. Clematis – Sonate a 2, 3, 5, & 6, Op. 8: L’Obizza a 2: violin, bass viol (b. c.: harpsichord, guitar, violone) (03:57)
1-13. Clematis – La cetra, Op. 10: Sonata seconda a 4: 2 violins, viola, bass viol (b. c.: harp, theorbo, violone) (04:36)
1-14. Clematis – Sonate da chiesa e da camera a 3, Op. 4: Balletto quarto (01:19)
1-15. Clematis – Sonate da chiesa e da camera a 3, Op. 4: Corrente terza (01:29)
1-16. Clematis – Sonate da chiesa e da camera a 3, Op. 4: Sarabanda prima (02:02)
1-17. Clematis – Sonate da chiesa e da camera a 3, Op. 4: Alemanda terza “La Piloni”: 2 violins, b. c. (harpsichord, bass viol, guitar) (01:09)
1-18. Clematis – Sonate a 2-3, Op. 2: La Zabarella a 3: 2 violins, b. c. (harpsichord, bass viol, guitar) (03:09)
1-19. Clematis – Sonate a 2, 3, 5, & 6, Op. 8: La Squarzona a 5: 4 violins, fagotto (b. c.: great organ) (03:18)
1-20. Clematis – Sonate a 2-3, Op. 2: La Cornara a due violini: 2 violins, b. c. (great organ) (02:55)
1-21. Clematis – Balletti e correnti a 5, Op. 16: Balletto secondo (00:57)
1-22. Clematis – Balletti e correnti a 5, Op. 16: Corrente nona (Ciaconna): 2 violins, viola, viola da spalla (b. c.: harpsichord, positive organ, theorbo, guitar, cello) (02:45)
1-23. Clematis – La cetra, Op. 10: Sonata quarta a 2: violin, viola da spalla (b. c.: cello, positive organ, theorbo) (04:51)
1-24. Clematis – La cetra, Op. 10: Sonata sesta a quattro viole da gamba o come piace: violin, viola, 2 viola da gamba (b. c.: theorbo) (05:58)

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After Carlo Farina and the Vitalis, Clematis continues its exploration of the Italian Baroque instrumental repertoire with Giovanni Legrenzi. The Sonatas taken from the collections he published in Venice between 1655 and 1673 feature highly diverse forms ranging from the trio sonata up to larger forms for 4, 5, or 6 parts and even double choir. His final collection of instrumental music, Balletti e Correnti, published in 1691, offers us a very different view of instrumental music in which certain French influences cannot be denied. Here, Clematis gives us the first complete anthology of his instrumental works. The variety of forms and forces ensures this disc with a fine diversity of styles from sonatas still close in spirit to those of Biagio Marini up to those for four violins foreshadowing the generation of Vivaldi. Recorded in two different locations, this anthology lets us discover these compositions in the sonority either of the church with its choir organ or, more intimate, the chamber.

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