Theatrum Affectuum: La Meraviglia Parlante

Theatrum Affectuum SKU: 24724432
Theatrum Affectuum: La Meraviglia Parlante

Theatrum Affectuum: La Meraviglia Parlante

Theatrum Affectuum SKU: 24724432

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Description

Title: La Meraviglia Parlante
Artist: Theatrum Affectuum
Label: CD Baby
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 634479766077
Genre: Classical Artists

Theatrum Affectuum, founded in 2003, specialises in music from 17th and 18th century Italy and Germany. Using the combination of recorder, one or two violins, cello and harpsichord, the ensemble has an individual and energetic approach to performing baroque music. Press reviews have described the ensemble's interpretations as both profound and witty. The group has toured regularly in Europe over the last six years, allowing them to develop a distinct way of performing. The members of Theatrum Affectuum are regularly performing with leading European baroque and classical groups, such as Accademia Bizantina, La Venexiana and Nederlandse Bachvereniging. Under the name of Ricreation d'Arcadia several group member won 1st prize and the audience prize in the acclaimed Rovereto early music competition in 2004. The musicians are currently based in Milan, Italy, and Basel, Switzerland. Theatrum Affectuum Andreas Böhlen - recorder Ayako Matsunaga - baroque violin Yukie Yamaguchi - baroque violin Takashi Kaketa - baroque cello Takashi Watanabe - harpsichord.

Tracks:
1.1 Sonata Decima
1.2 Sonata a Dos
1.3 Canzon Prima a 2: Basso E Soprano
1.4 Sonata a Tres
1.5 Cento Partite Sopra Passacagli
1.6 Sonata No. 4 in A minor: I. Spiritoso, Largo
1.7 Sonata No. 4 in A minor: II. Allegro
1.8 Sonata No. 4 in A minor: III. Largo
1.9 Sonata No. 4 in A minor: IV. Allegro Spiccato
1.10 Sonata No. 7 in G Major: I. Andante
1.11 Sonata No. 7 in G Major: II. Alllegro
1.12 Sonata No. 7 in G Major: III. Largo
1.13 Sonata No. 7 in G Major: IV. Rondeau Andante
1.14 Concerto in F Major, RV 100: I. Allegro
1.15 Concerto in F Major, RV 100: II. Largo
1.16 Concerto in F Major, RV 100: III. Allegro

Audio Sample:
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