Monday, July 29, 2013

Salieri ~Two Concertos and a Sinfonia

I Solisti Veneti & Claudio Scimone, Director
Paul Badura-Skoda, pianoforte
Clementine Hoogendoorn, flute
Pietro Borgonovo, oboe

"The third work on this record is something of a mystery. It is a sinfonia of the type used to introduce Italian operas, each of its three movements .... in binary form. The Verona manuscript in which it is to be found attributes it to Francesco Salieri, the pupil of Tartini who provided the earliest musical education of his younger brother Antonio, and none of whose works is known. Its style seems somewhat old-fashioned for the Viennese Salieri of the 1770's, and it does not figure in any catalogue of his works." --Charles Johnston
Recorded June & July, 1985, in the Villa Contarini, Piazzola sul Brenta, Italy.


Concerto for Fortepiano and Orchestram, B-flat major

Antonio Salieri
1. Allegro moderato
2. Adagio
3. Tempo di Minuetto

Concerto for Flute, Oboe, and Orchestra, C major

Antonio Salieri
4. Allegro spirituoso
5. Largo
6. Allegretto

Sinfonia "La Tempesta di Mare", B-flat major

Francesco Salieri
7. Allegro
8. Andante
9. Allegro assai

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