Tartini, Giuseppe – Vivaldi, Antoni: Baroque Inspirations

Sonate für Violine und Basso continuo g-moll op. 1 Nr. 4 “Teufelstrillersonate”
Prelude für Violine solo c-moll
Konzert für Violine und Orchester B-Dur
1. Allegro
2. Adagio
3. Rondo
Konzert für Violine und Orchester C-Dur im Stil von Antonio Vivaldi
1. Allegro
2. Andante doloroso
3. Allegro assai
Ciacona g-moll

Udagawa, Hideko – Scottish Chamber / Kraemer, Nicholas

Format: 1 CD
Release date: 1/3/2015
Barcode: 0710357629921 Catégories : ,


   in Early Music Today (Mar, 2016)
Few Baroque sonatas have suffered from romanticized interpretation as much as Tartini’s ‘Il trillo del Diavolo’ or ‘Devil’s Trill’. The reasons are not hard to find. Foremost is Tartini’s colourful account of a dream in which the devil appeared at the foot of his bed playing the composer’s own violin. Then there is the absence of an autograph manuscript, thereby inviting varying degrees of editorial licence. Thirdly, while Fritz Kreisler undoubtedly popularized the Sonata his edition is far from any 18th-century code of practice, even including a contextually anachronistic cadenza.

Hideko Udagawa, a pupil of Nathan Milstein, has wisely opted for the earliest printed version of the Sonata since no autograph …
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