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Allegro - Gioacchino Rossini - Camerata Bern - Sonatas For Strings (Cassette, Album)



  1. «Sonata For Strings No. 3 In C Major» by Gioachino Rossini Gioachino Rossini. Information. Performers Camerata Bern (Orchestra / Ensemble) Thomas Füri (Conductor) Composers Gioachino Rossini * 29/2/, Pesaro, Marche, Italy † 13/11/, Paris, Île-de-France, France. Date of recording at about Album. Gioacchino Rossini "Sonaten.
  2. 6 String Sonatas Composer Rossini, Gioacchino: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. IGR 66 Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 6 sonatas: 1. Sonata in G major 2. Sonata in A major 3. Sonata in C major 4. Sonata in B ♭ major 5. Sonata in E ♭ major 6. Sonata in D major Year/Date of Composition Y/D of Comp. ca. First Pub lication. in an.
  3. Jul 26,  · String Sonata #4 in Bb: Gioacchino Rossini: Thomas Furi / Camerata Bern: DG Buy am: Sleepers Awake: Johann Sebastian Bach: Canadian Brass: RCA Buy am: Serenade: Air: Arthur Foote: Gerard Schwarz / Seattle Symphony: Naxos Buy am: Symphony #7 in A: final movement: Ludwig van Beethoven: David.
  4. Rossini’s six string sonatas were written in Ravenna during the summer of The composer was just twelve years old and staying at the home of amateur double bass enthusiast Agostini Triossi – hence the prominent role that instrument assumes. At first these youthful works were scored for two violins, violoncello and double bass only.
  5. Rossini wrote these six sonatas for strings – two violins, cello and double-bass – at the precocious age of twelve. He was scathing about them in later life, even after transcribing them for string quartet – a form in which they have retained popularity and a place in the record catalogue – but they reveal in more than embryonic form his talent for virtuosic writing and his infallible.
  6. Rossini claimed to have composed this and its five companion pieces in , when he was 12, while staying in the country house of a family friend, for performance by Rossini and his benefactor's family. Because of the limitations of the available talent, the original scoring was for two violins, cello, and double bass. In , Rossini spruced up this and four of the other pieces (minus one.
  7. Rossini, Gioacchino Antonio () Works. Rossini: Serenata in E flat major; Rossini: Sonata a quattro No. 1 in G major; Rossini: Sonata a quattro No. 3 in C major; Rossini: Sonata a quattro No. 6 in D major 'La tempesta' Rossini: Variazioni per Clarinetto obbligato con accompagnamento di .
  8. Instrumental compositions by Rossini include his early string sonatas, designed for two violins, cello and double bass and thought to have been written when the composer was The string sonatas show a precocious command of Italian operatic style, here translated into instrumental terms.

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