Description: Corelli Arcangelo - Concerto Grosso n° 8 op. 6 in sol min fatto per la notte di Natale I°parte da "Il Natale nel Barocco Italiano" - Ensemble Le Musiche da Camera LIVE del 4 gennaio 2009 alla Basilica di S.Bartolomeo di Benevento - nell'ambito di Natale Arcobaleno rassgna del Comune di Benevento www.lemusichedacamera.it - video AMP Studio
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Arcangelo Corelli, Concerto Grosso op. VI, n.4 (parte 1) the second part is here: www.youtube.com
Bohdan Warchal - Violin Quido Hölbling - Violin Juraj Alexander - Cello Alexander Cattarino - Harpsichord Slovak Chamber Orchestra Conductor: Bohdan Warchal Recording date: 1975
Excerpts from Arcangelo Corelli's Christmas Concerto for two violins, cello, strings and basso continuo in G Minor "Fatto per la notte di Natale," Op. 6 No. 8. Performed on original instruments by San Francisco Early Music Ensemble Voices of Music. Featuring Katherine Kyme & Carla Moore, solo baroque violins; Tanya Tomkins, continuo cello; Cynthia Freivogel & Lisa Grodin, baroque violins, David Daniel Bowes, baroque viola; Elisabeth Reed, baroque cello; Farley Pearce, violone; Katherine Heater & Hanneke van Proosdij, baroque chamber organ & harpsichord; David Tayler, theorbo. Directed by Hanneke van Proosdij & David Tayler Soundtrack available at tinyurl.com This performance on original instruments is based on Corelli's engraving of Opus 6 with ornamentation in the style of the time. Visit us on the web for more at www.voicesofmusic.org or on Facebook http
ARCANGELO CORELLI (1653-1713) Concerto grosso for two violins, cello, strings and bassso continuo in D major Op. 6 No. 1 3. Largo 4. Allegro 5. Allegro Performed by Musica Amphion Conducted by Pieter-Jan Belder
Arcangelo Corelli, Concerto Grosso op. VI, n. 4 (parte 2): Adagio - Vivace - Allegro
Arcangelo Corelli (1653~1713) - Concerti Grossi, Op.6 - Concerto Grosso No.1 in Re maggiore (per due Violini e Violoncello, Archi e Basso Continuo) I. Largo - Allegro - Largo - Allegro II. Largo III. Allegro IV. Allegro Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra Nicholas McGegan (conductor) Arcangelo Corelli was at work preparing his Opus Six in 1711 and wrote a dedication for the collection in 1712. However, the twelve "Concert Grossi with a Concertino of two Violins and Violoncello obbligati and two other Violins, Viola and Bass for the Concerto grosso that can be doubled at will" did not appear until 1714, the year after the composer's death, issued by the printer Etienne Roger of Amsterdam. As the title specifies, these works juxtapose the sound of a trio-sonata group (two violins, cello, and continuo) with a string ensemble, also provided with a continuo instrument - a Roman practice that goes back to Alessandro Stradella around 1675. (In the original performances of the concertos, the solo violins were played by Corelli and Matteo Fornari, the solo cello by Giovanni Lorenzo Lulier). The first part of the collection (Concerti I-VIII) consists of concertos corresponding to the church sonata type established in Corelli's previously published Trio sonatas and Sonatas for solo violin: an alternating succession of slow and fast movements, plus an ad libitum Pastorale at the end of Concerto VIII, the celebrated concerto for Christmas Eve (which may have been composed as early as 1690 ...
The Center Grove High School Symphonic Orchestra performing for the 2011 GALA, December 8th, 2011. Dan Whisler, conductor. Soloists: Dorothy Marléna Slover (1st Violin), Hunter Haskell (2nd Violin), Peter Kim (Cello). I. Vivace-Grave 0:00 II. Allegro 1:13 III. Adagio 3:15 IV. Vivace 6:25 V. Allegro 7:23 VI. Largo, "Pastorale ad libitum" 9:15
Concerto Grosso, Opus 6 No. 8 by Arcangelo Corelli performed by Seraphina I.Vivace - Grave; II. Allegro; III. Adagio - Allegro - Adagio; IV. Vivace; V. Allegro Caeli Smith and Sabrina Tabby, violins; Madeline Smith, viola, Genevieve Tabby, cello Ethical Society Building, Philadelphia April 22, 2007
Composed by Arcangelo Corelli
Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713), one of the most influential musicians and composers of the Baroque era. His published achieved so much popularity that was unmatched until Haydn. Although not the first person to establish or coin the term "concerto grosso," he was hands down the most important in establishing it as a popular music form. The 8th concerto of his op.6 bears the title "Christmas Concerto, " which has been a popular piece even outside of the Baroque repertoire. Concerto Grosso Op.8 No.1 in G Minor Part 1 Vivace - Grave - Allegro - Adagio - Allegro - Adagio - Vivace The Brandenburg Consort / Roy Goodman
The adagio from the Christmas Concerto for two violins, cello, strings and basso continuo in G Minor "Fatto per la notte di Natale," Op. 6 No. 8. by Arcangelo Corelli. Performed on original instruments by the San Francisco Early Music Ensemble Voices of Music. Featuring Katherine Kyme, Lisa Grodin, Cynthia Miller Freivogel and Carla Moore, baroque violins (left to right); Ondine Young, baroque viola; William Skeen and Shirley Hunt, baroque cellos; Josh Lee, violone; Dominic Schaner and David Tayler, archlute; Hanneke van Proosdij, harpsichord. Soundtrack available at tinyurl.com Voices of Music performs in and records our concerts in St. Mark's Lutheran, SF. Visit us on the web at www.voicesofmusic.org
Arcangelo Corelli - Christmas Concerto Grosso, Op. 6 No. 8 in G Minor, Fatto per la notte di Natale - III. Adagio, 1714. Although one cannot be sure, Arcangelo Corelli's famous Christmas Concerto -- the Concerto grosso in G minor, Op. 6, No. 8 ("Fatto per la notte di Natale," as the inscription actually reads) -- may well have been composed a full quarter century before it first appeared in print, posthumously, in 1714; there is a record of Corelli having, in 1690, performed a Christmas Concerto for the enjoyment of his then-new patron, Cardinal Pietro Ottoboni. The Christmas Concerto is easily Corelli's best-known piece of music, though isolated movements from the sonatas have, through other composers' adaptations, achieved vast individual fame. It is at heart an example of the sonata da chiesa, expanded from the usual four movements to five and incorporating into the last movement a rolling, 12/8 meter Pastorale ad libitum. Like the rest of the Op. 6 concerti, it is scored for a concertante group consisting of two violins and a cello and a larger tutti ensemble. The normal slow-fast-slow-fast organization of the sonata da chiesa underlies everything that happens in the Christmas Concerto; but Corelli at several key points makes a concerted effort to turn that textbook organization on its head. Six measures of fiery Vivace preface the opening Grave movement, and the third movement (Adagio) has a central Allegro episode in which the first solo violin and first tutti ...
Corelli Arcangelo - Concerto Grosso n° 8 op. 6 in sol min fatto per la notte di Natale I°parte da "Il Natale nel Barocco Italiano" - Ensemble Le Musiche da Camera LIVE del 4 gennaio 2009 alla Basilica di S.Bartolomeo di Benevento - nell'ambito di Natale Arcobaleno rassgna del Comune di Benevento www.lemusichedacamera.it - video AMP Studio
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