Schmitt: Albertini - Sonates pour violon & basse continue (FLAC)
Schmitt: Albertini - Sonates pour violon & basse continue (FLAC)

Composer: Ignazio Albertini
Performer: Hélène Schmitt, Jörg-Andreas Bötticher, Karl-Ernst Schröder, David Sinclair
Audio CD
SPARS Code: DDD
Number of Discs: 1
Format: FLAC (tracks+cue)
Label: Alpha Productions
Size: 429 MB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: no

01. Sonata pour violon, orgue et théorbe No. 1 en Ré Mineur
02. Sonata pour violon et clavecin No. 2 en Fa Majeur
03. Sonata pour violon, orgue et théorbe No. 3 en Si Mineur
04. Prélude pour théorbe
05. Sonata pour violon, clavecin et théorbe No. 4 en Do Mineur
06. Sonata pour violon, clavecin et violone No. 5 en La Majeur
07. Sonata pour violon, orgue et théorbe No. 7 en La Mineur
08. Toccatina pour clavecin
09. Sonata pour violon, clavecin et théorbe No. 8 en Ré Mineur
10. Prélude pour théorbe
11. Sonata pour violon, violone, théorbe et orgue No. 10 en Mi Mineur
12. Toccata pour clavecin No. 5
13. Sonata pour violon et clavecin No. 11 en Sol Mineur
14. Sonata pour violon, violone, et orgue No. 12 en La Mineur

Ignazio Albertini = Hélène Schmitt = Delightful Baroque

Ignazio Albertini was a very talented violinist from Northern Italy who played for the most part in Austria;
Much of his history is a true mystery; like where he studied violin, who was his teacher; why he was fleeing from Italy, and even the reason for his sudden death; what we know is that Schmelzer regarded Signore Albertini highly enough that found him a position in the coveted Austrian world, back in the early Baroque; and we also have his Sonatas for Violin and Basso Continuo masterfully interpreted here by Hélène Schmitt.
This Sonatas were written of the highest caliber in the Stylus Fantásticus, and with plenty of beautiful ritornelli.
I cannot recommend this masterpiece enough; especially if you like Baroque Music, Baroque Violin, Hélène Schmitt and “Obscure” but fascinating Baroque Composers.

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