Respighi - Concerto all’antica, Ancient Airs and Dances
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Cat No: 8573901
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 26th February 2021
WorksAncient Airs and Dances, Suite no.1, P109
Ancient Airs and Dances, Suite no.2, P138
Ancient Airs and Dances, Suite no.3, P172
Concerto all'antica, P75
ArtistsDavide Alogna (violin)
Chamber Orchestra of New York
ConductorSalvatorre Di Vittorio
Conductor Salvatorre Di Vittorio and the Chamber Orchestra of New York have an outstanding history of interpreting Respighi’s music. Their release of Gli uccelli (‘The Birds’), Trittico botticelliano and the Suite in G major on 8573168 ‘are performed in the most refined and transparent versions one can imagine’ according to Pizzicato (★★★★★).
The world premiere recording of Respighi’s Violin Concerto in A major (revised and completed by Di Vittorio) on 8572332 was declared ‘an essential issue’ by Classical Net, and New York’s WQXR Album of the Week: ‘the concerto is somewhat reminiscent of Respighi’s teacher Rimsky-Korsakov, but it also inhabits the lush, romantic sound world of Bruch and Brahms.’
Davide Alogna also performed the world premiere recording of Castelnuovo-Tedesco’s Violin Concerto no.3 for Naxos (8574003). Musica gave it 5 stars, with MusicWeb International commenting: ‘we have here a fine enough performance for the work to be judged on its own merits and, whilst this Third Concerto is not in the league of the Second, it’s a curiosity worth hearing.’
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