- Performer:Luigi Boccherini, Amandine Beyer, Marco Ceccato, Manuel Granatiero, Francesco Romano, Accademia Ottoboni
- Title:Quintetti, Divertimenti E Concerti
- Release date:2014
- Size FLAC version1631 mb
- Size MP3 version2010 mb
- Record from:CD, Album
|9||Concerto Per Violoncello E Orchestra D'archi In Sol Maggiore G 480||(16:06)|
|11||Quintetto N.7 In Mi Minore G 451 Per Chitarra E Quartetto D'archi||(20:33)|
|12||Allegretto Comodo Assai||7:35|
|13||Divertamento N.3 Op.16 In La Maggiore G 463 Per Flauto E Archi||(15:29)|
|15||Quintetto N.6 Op.55 In Re Minore G 436 Per Flauto E Quartetto D'archi||(11:37)|
- Cello – Marco Ceccato
- Composed By – Luigi Boccherini
- Flute – Manuel Granatiero
- Guitar – Francesco Romano
- Performer – Accademia Ottoboni
- Violin – Amandine Beyer
Total time: 63:47.
Made in EU.
- Matrix / Runout (Runout): AMADEUS N. 03 0010000214ED
- Mould SID Code: IFPI WL 29
- Other (SPARS Code): DDD
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Paragon S.r.l.
- Copyright (c) – Paragon S.r.l.
LUIGI BOCCHERINI CELLO CONCERTO - QUINTETS , - SEXTET Marco Ceccato. The two quintets and the divertimento feature the combination of the string quartet of which Boccherini was, in a way, the co-founder with Haydn sometimes with the Ceccato vc, cello, album by. Manuel Granatiero fl, 1976 IT flute, album by. Francesco Romano fl, g, IT guitar, album by. Accademia Ottoboni performer, album by. Luigi Boccherini. Quintetto N. 7 In Mi Minore G 451 Per Chitarra E Quartetto D'archi. Luigi Boccherini, Amandine Beyer, Marco Ceccato, Manuel Granatiero, Francesco Romano, Accademia Ottoboni. Allegro Moderato. Church of S. Francesco, Cori, Italy. Submit Corrections. Marco Ceccato, Accademia Ottoboni, Manuel Granatiero, Francesco Romano. Boccherini: Cello Concerto G480 Quintets G451, G436 Sextet G463. Marco Ceccato, Manuel Granatiero, Accademia Ottoboni, Francesco Romano. Print and download in PDF or MIDI String Quintet in E major. I remember this piece from Rome this summer. We we're travelling in a tour bus around the city and the bus was playing some weird music through the cheap headphones they gave us. At the end, they played this. Even though the instruments we're awful, I could still imagine the beautiful strings playing it :D Enjoy : . Francesco Romano, Amandine Beyer, Ayako Matzunaga, Teresa Ceccato & Rebecca Ferrari. Cello Concerto in G Major, G. Accademia Ottoboni & Marco Ceccato. Manuel Granatiero, Amandine Beyer, Ayako Matzunaga, Teressa Ceccato & Rebecca Ferri. Francesca Boncompagni, Accademia Ottoboni, Marco Ceccato 54:16 Alpha Classics 406 5455 iovanni Lorenzo Lulier flourished in the burgeoning music scene of late 17th-century Rome, moved in the privilFrancesca Boncompagni, Accademia Ottoboni, Marco Ceccato 54:16 Alpha Classics 406 5455 iovanni Lorenzo Lulier flourished in the burgeoning music scene of late 17th-century Rome, moved in the privil Francesca Boncompagni, Accademia Ottoboni, Marco Ceccato 54:16 Alpha Classics 406 5455 iovanni Lorenzo Lulier flourished in the burgeoning music scene of late 17th-century Rome, moved in the privil Accademia Ottoboni. 25 October 2018 . Adagio by Marco Ceccato, Accademia Ottoboni. Listen Now . Allegro by Marco Ceccato, Accademia Ottoboni. Quintet for Flute and Strings in D Minor, G. Allegretto comodo assai by Manuel Granatiero, Amandine Beyer, Ayako Matzunaga, Teressa Ceccato, Rebecca Ferri. Adagio Luigi Boccherini Marco Ceccato Accademia Ottoboni. Allegro Luigi Boccherini Marco Ceccato Accademia Ottoboni. Flute Quintet No. 18 in D Minor, No. This recording from cellist Marco Ceccato and the Accademia Ottoboni is devoted to two important aspects of composer Luigi Bocherinis work: chamber music and the cello, of which he was a great virtuoso. The cello is spotlighted on the Concerto in G Major, a summary of Ceccato's skill and lyricism. The two quintets and the divertimento feature a combination of string quartet, which Boccherini, in a way, co-founded with Haydn. Ridolfo Luigi Boccherini ˌbɒkəˈriːni, also US: ˌboʊk-, Italian: listen February 19, 1743 May 28, 1805 was an Italian composer and cellist of the Classical era whose music retained a courtly and galante style even while he matured somewhat apart from the major European musical centers. He is best known for a minuet from his String Quintet in E, Op. 11, No. 5 G 275, and the Cello Concerto in B flat major G 482. The latter work was long known in the heavily. Imprint from colophon. Papal permission dated 1540, the year of the 1st ed. Palatino's dedication dated 1545 A4v, and a number of the pages bear dates of 1540 or 1545. The present ed. is a re-issue of that of 1548 letterpress pages have been reset see Bonacini. Signatures: A-H H8 blank. Getty copy lacks final blank. Woodcut port. of author on t. The pages displaying the chancery hand and the various alphabets are printed from woodcut blocks. Sonetto figurato sonnet in rebus, F6v-F8r. Full-page cut of writing implements, G8v. Palatino's moth & flame emblem, H