Tartini - The Devil’s Sonata
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Label: Harmonia Mundi
Cat No: HMM937213
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 14th June 2019
WorksL'arte del Arco: Theme and variations (14)
Pastorale for violin in scordatura
Sonatas (30) for solo violin
ArtistsAndrew Manze (violin)
Four of his most dazzling works, including a set of variations drawn from L'arte del arco, make up this CD, all played without basso continuo, just as Tartini intended.
Andrew Manze plays a violin by Joseph Gagliano, Naples, 1783; bow by Gerhard Landwehr, Heemstede, 1987.
Subtitled ‘Camerata Obscura’, this is harmonia mundi’s first collection aimed at exploring the connection between photography and music. In collaboration with the National School of Photography in Arles, a foursome of young artists was invited to take a fresh look at several key works of the Baroque repertoire which are being reissued for this occasion.
“We have learnt to take virtuosity for granted with Manze.” – Gramophone
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