Antonio Vivaldi 5 Violin Concertos

Antonio Vivaldi - Six Violin Concertos Op.12 (1997)  Music

Posted by frangarbla at April 6, 2010
Antonio Vivaldi - Six Violin Concertos Op.12 (1997)

Antonio Vivaldi - Six Violin Concertos Op.12
DbPowerAmp, FLAC (tracks, no log, no cue) + MP3 (320 kbps CBR) | 302.05 Mb (FLAC) + 123.47 Mb (MP3) | 52:33 minutes | Full info & covers.
classical | DECCA Records, published in 1997

This album contains the second group of six concertos published in 1729 in Amsterdam by Le Cane, the series making, with Opus 11, published in the same year, the now usual set of twelve...
Christophe Coin, The Academy of Ancient Music, Christopher Hogwood - Antonio Vivaldi: 6 Cello Concertos (1989)

Antonio Vivaldi: 6 Cello Concertos (1989)
Christophe Coin, cello; The Academy of Ancient Music; Christopher Hogwood, conductor

EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 261 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 133 Mb | Scans ~ 47 Mb
Classical, Baroque | Label: Decca, L'Oiseau-Lyre | # 421 732-2 | 00:57:32

Following his attractive performance of six of Vivaldi's cello sonatas, Christophe Coin has recorded six of the composer's 24 or so concertos for the instrument. Five of these, Michael Talbot tells us in an interesting accompanying note, probably belong to the 1720s while the sixth, the Concerto in G minor (RV416), is evidently a much earlier work. Coin has chosen, if I may use the expression somewhat out of its usual context, six of the best and plays them with virtuosity and an affecting awareness of their lyrical content. That quality, furthermore, is not confined to slow movements but occurs frequently in solo passages of faster ones, too. It would be difficult to single out any one work among the six for particular praise. My own favourite has long been the happily spirited Concerto in G major (RV413) with which Coin ends his programme. Strongly recommended. (Gramophone Magazine)
Raphael Wallfisch, City of London Sinfonia, Nicholas Kraemer - Antonio Vivaldi: Complete Cello Concertos, Vol. 1-4 (1995) 4CD

Antonio Vivaldi - Cello Concerti, Volume 1-4 (1995) 4CDs
Raphael Wallfisch, cello; City of London Sinfonia; Nicholas Kraemer, director & harpsichord

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 1.1 Gb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 570 Mb | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Naxos | # 8.550907-8.550910 | Time: 03:57:58

Naxos intend to record Vivaldi’s entire orchestral corpus, and Raphael Wallfisch’s integral four-disc survey of the 27 cello concertos inaugurates this visionary, though plainly Herculean undertaking. Soloist and orchestra employ modern instruments; director Nicholas Kraemer contends that authentic protocols can be ably met by contemporary ensembles and, in articulation, style and ornamentation, these pristine, engaging readings have little to fear from period practitioners. Wallfisch’s pointed, erudite and spirited playing is supported with enlightened restraint by the CLS, directed from either harpsichord or chamber organ by Kraemer, whose sensitive continuo team merits high praise throughout. Without exception, these Concertos adopt an orthodox fast-slow-fast three-movement format. Wallfisch, dutifully observant in matters of textual fidelity, plays outer movements with verve, energy and lucidity, such that high-register passagework, an omnipresent feature of these works, is enunciated with the pin-sharp focus of Canaletto’s images of 18th-century Venice, which adorn the covers of these issues.
Vivaldi - Late violin concertos: RV 177,222,273,295,375,191 (Giuliano Carmignola, Andrea Marcon) [2001]

Vivaldi - Late violin concertos: RV 177,222,273,295,375,191 (Giuliano Carmignola, Andrea Marcon) [2001]
Classical | EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOGs | Scans | Sony | 1cd, 368.18 MB
Catalog Number: SK 89362

This premiere recording of six Vivaldi concertos is full of surprises. The works are entirely unknown because, unlike his other compositions, they were written not for publication but for substantial private commissions from wealthy patrons. Dating from his most mature years, they exhibit a style very different from his earlier concertos, which often sound almost mass-produced. Though they are still cast in the customary three movements and are full of the usual sequences, they are more unpredictable, dramatic, and daring; adventurous in form, harmony, and texture; with sudden contrasts of mood, character, and expression. The slow movements are meltingly beautiful, but no two concertos are alike, either in detail or overall effect. Some movements hardly seem to hang together; they appear to consist of collages of motives, punctuated by bursts of virtuosity… –Edith Eisler
Telemann - 5 Violin Concertos - Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields & Iona Brown

Telemann - 5 Violin Concertos - Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields & Iona Brown
Stereo | EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks), LOG & MP3 at 320 kbps CBR. | 250 MB (APE) + 118 Mb (MP3) | Booklet | RAR 3% Rec.
PHILLIPS 411-125-2 | 1983
Classical - Baroque

In his autobiography of 1718 Telemann had this admission to make about his work during the period 1708-1712, when he was Konzertmeister and Hofkapellmeister at Eisenach: "Variety always gives pleasure, and it is in this spirit that I have worked on my concertos. Of these I must confess that none came right from the heart, although I have produced a fair number of them …" During these years he must have become acquainted with the new type of concerto introduced by Antonio Vivaldi which, with its alternation of ritornelli and soli, captivated the German composers.
Telemann must have been excited and stimulated by it but, unlike his younger colleagues, he remained all his life true to the influence of Corelli, Torelli, and Albinoni.

Lee Jong Eun - Mozart: The 5 Violin Concertos (2016)  Music

Posted by tomashass at Aug. 26, 2016
Lee Jong Eun - Mozart: The 5 Violin Concertos (2016)

Lee Jong Eun - Mozart: The 5 Violin Concertos (2016)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 01:57:27 | 270 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Sony Classical

Violinist Lee Jong Eun bar is a prize in the famous competition of Korea, including Korea Times Competition, Competition daffodils, Chosun Ilbo Competition in California. After graduating from the Juilliard School, a master's degree from the Siebel Lee Wood Hannover University of Music and the Academy of Finland, the Artist Diploma from Yale School of Music, and received a doctorate from Stony Brook School of Music. Laureate of the International Pablo de Sarasate Competition, New Juilliard Ensemble's Concerto Competition, Lincoln Center's Chamber Music Society's Young Artist Competition, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra's Young Artist Competition and overseas famous competitions in the Award-winning bar, and Arts Center, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, in addition had a debut from a variety of countries including Austria, the Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Slovakia.
Mozart - The 5 Violin Concertos - Kremer, Kashkashian - Harnoncourt

Mozart - The 5 Violin Concertos - Kremer, Kashkashian - Harnoncourt
EAC+LOG+CUE | 2 CD's | 690 MB
148 min. | full booklet @ 600 dpi | 1988 | DG

Georg Philipp Telemann - 5 Violin Concertos  Music

Posted by Bibixy at June 13, 2007
Georg Philipp Telemann - 5 Violin Concertos

Georg Philipp Telemann - 5 Violin Concertos
16 tracks | MP3 192 Kbps | RAR 81Mb

Antonio Vivaldi - Six Cellos Concertos  Music

Posted by seventoes at Feb. 10, 2007
Antonio Vivaldi - Six Cellos Concertos

Antonio Vivaldi - 6 Cellos Concertos
APE+CUE+Cover | 1989 | 1CD - 57'32" | RAR (6 parts) 280MB

Ofra Harnoy, Toronto Chamber Orchestra - Vivaldi: Complete Cello Concertos (2005) (Repost)

Ofra Harnoy, Toronto Chamber Orchestra - Vivaldi: Complete Cello Concertos (2005)
EAC | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 04:08:45 | 1,19 Gb
Genre: Classical | Label: RCA Red Seal | Catalog: 67886

Vivaldi is greatly over-rated - a dull fellow who would compose the same form over many times. Such is the opinion of one of the great composers on the music of another great composer. Given the evidence of the present newly re-released complete Vivaldi cello concertos incredulity can be the only response to this assessment. But then Stravinsky was a man who voiced strong, often acerbic and sometimes outrageous opinions on virtually anything suggested to him. He had probably heard few, if any, of these cello concertos and irrespective would it have made any difference?