Geminiani - Concerti grossi, op.2
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Cat No: GCDC80027
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 21st August 2020
England welcomed the “Corellian” style with such enthusiasm as to attract onto its banks a rich line-up of instrumentalists, singers, impresarios who with varying degrees of success contributed to the spread of the new Italian style based on the Sonata and the Concerto grosso canonized in Corelli’s opp. 5 and 6.
Francesco Geminiani arrived in London in 1714. As a direct disciple of Corelli, it was easy for him to become part of the musical life there in London, soon gaining great fame as a violinist. The six Concerti Grossi op.2 had the benefit of being performed publicly in concerts organized by Geminiani himself in the Hickford Room.
German classical magazine Toccata wrote about this recording: “It seems as if these works were only waiting for Auser Musici.”
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