2020 offers a good opportunity to take a closer look at Giuseppe Tartini, 250 years after his death. A first-rate virtuoso, he was the violin teacher who most influenced 18th-century style: his pupils, who came to study with him from all over the world, went on to fill the best orchestras in Europe. By crafting melodically and harmonically original language on the violin, he best imitated the human voice by taking inspiration from poetry and it's meter and using it as a model for his melodic phrases. Tartini, Corelli's true descendent, went through various compositional phases by striving to find an absolute and natural style of music, close to the people's soul. There remain abundant traces of his career in a large collection of letters, second only to Mozart's correspondence. The general public is perhaps still unaware of the beauty which remains secret: hundreds of his compositions which are yet to be brought to light. This re-release publication accompanies the beginning of an Opera Omnia edition published by Barenreiter beginning in 2020: it is hoped that it may outline the illuminating profile of a great musician of the eighteenth century.
2020 offers a good opportunity to take a closer look at Giuseppe Tartini, 250 years after his death. A first-rate virtuoso, he was the violin teacher who most influenced 18th-century style: his pupils, who came to study with him from all over the world, went on to fill the best orchestras in Europe. By crafting melodically and harmonically original language on the violin, he best imitated the human voice by taking inspiration from poetry and it's meter and using it as a model for his melodic phrases. Tartini, Corelli's true descendent, went through various compositional phases by striving to find an absolute and natural style of music, close to the people's soul. There remain abundant traces of his career in a large collection of letters, second only to Mozart's correspondence. The general public is perhaps still unaware of the beauty which remains secret: hundreds of his compositions which are yet to be brought to light. This re-release publication accompanies the beginning of an Opera Omnia edition published by Barenreiter beginning in 2020: it is hoped that it may outline the illuminating profile of a great musician of the eighteenth century.
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Format: CD
Label: ARC
Rel. Date: 01/08/2021
UPC: 3760195739082

Suonate a Violino E Violoncell
Artist: Tartini / Gatti / Morini
Format: CD
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2020 offers a good opportunity to take a closer look at Giuseppe Tartini, 250 years after his death. A first-rate virtuoso, he was the violin teacher who most influenced 18th-century style: his pupils, who came to study with him from all over the world, went on to fill the best orchestras in Europe. By crafting melodically and harmonically original language on the violin, he best imitated the human voice by taking inspiration from poetry and it's meter and using it as a model for his melodic phrases. Tartini, Corelli's true descendent, went through various compositional phases by striving to find an absolute and natural style of music, close to the people's soul. There remain abundant traces of his career in a large collection of letters, second only to Mozart's correspondence. The general public is perhaps still unaware of the beauty which remains secret: hundreds of his compositions which are yet to be brought to light. This re-release publication accompanies the beginning of an Opera Omnia edition published by Barenreiter beginning in 2020: it is hoped that it may outline the illuminating profile of a great musician of the eighteenth century.