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Josetxu Obregon & La Ritirata - The Cello in Spain. Boccherini & Other 18th c. Virtuosi (2015)

15-09-2015, 15:42
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Josetxu Obregon & La Ritirata - The Cello in Spain. Boccherini & Other 18th c. Virtuosi (2015)

Artist: Josetxu Obregon & La Ritirata
Title Of Album: The Cello in Spain. Boccherini & Other 18th c. Virtuosi
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Glossa Music
Genre: Classical
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 57:03 min
Total Size: 131 / 282 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


Luigi BOCCHERINI (1743-1805)

Cello Sonata in C major (G.6)

01 Allegro
02 Largo assai
03 Allegro moderato

Giuseppe Antonio Paganelli (1710-c.1763)

Sonata in A minor

04 Largo
05 Allegro
06 Adagio
07 Gigue

Jean-Pierre DUPORT (1741-1818)

Cello Sonata no. 1 in D major,
dedicated to the Duque de Alba

08 Allegro
09 Adagio
10 Allegro

(second half of the 18th century)

11 Adagio in E minor

Domingo Porretti (1709-1783)

Cello Concerto in G major with obbligati violins and double bass

12 Largo
13 Allegro
14 Largo
15 Allegro

Francesco Paolo Supriano (1678-1753)

16 Toccata prima in G major for cello solo

Pablo VIDAL (d.1807)

17 Duetto-Andante

José ZAYAS (d.1804)

18 Última lección in B flat major


19 Fandango from Guitar Quintet in D major (G.448)

Daniel Oyarzabal, harpsichord & organ
Diana Vinagre, cello
Enrike Solinís, Baroque guitar & archlute
Daniel Zapico, theorbo
Sara Águeda, harp
Lina Tur Bonet & Miren Zeberio, violins
Daniel Lorenzo, viola
Michel Frechina, double bass
David Chupete, castanets

Cellist Josetxu Obregón and La Ritirata bring us up close to this noble instruments role during the 18th c. with The Cello in Spain, their new Glossa CD. The selections made by the cellist, many recorded here for the first time, would have undoubtedly been heard in Spain during the infancy of the instrument and later, played by traveling virtuosi such as Luigi Boccherini or Domingo Porretti. Obregóns vivid advocacy also reaches through to the first native Spanish cello school with music from Pablo Vidal and José Zayas. This new disc may pave the way for a broader exploration of the cello in Spain.

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mondzeichen   User offline   18 September 2015 17:55

Once again thousand thanks for sharing, @sddd :-)

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tiger   User offline   23 September 2015 18:01

Thanks a lot.

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platico   User offline   24 February 2016 21:36

Gracias por compartir...

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