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Composer: Falconieri, Andrea (1585-1656)

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Year of birth1585
Year of death1656
NationalityItaly
PeriodEarly
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GöttingenGiovanni Antonini und Ottavio Dantone

Bach, Handel, Falconieri, Castello, van Eyck, Corelli, Mancini
Giovanni Antonini; Ottavio Dantone

BristolAn Italian in London

An Italian in London
Merula, Purcell, Cavalli, Boyce, Falconieri
Figo Baroque Ensemble

InnsbruckNordkette und Vesuv

Nordkette und Vesuv
Falconieri, Mealli
Ensemble Kavka
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Maurice Steger thrills with his virtuosic wizardry

Maurice Steger © Marco Borggreve
Maurice Steger brought this essential but under-represented instrument from Renaissance and Baroque chamber and ensumble music to a mainstream concert hall. 
*****
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Daniel Hope and the ZKO shake up the Baroque

Daniel Hope © Harald Hoffmann | DG
Featuring “greats” of the Italian and German Baroque, The Zurich Chamber Orchestra (ZKO) recently played a concert in the perfect venue.
***11
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Duetti d'amore - Sabadus and Baráth explore baroque rarities in Budapest

Emőke Barath © DR
Every early music festival these days needs one or more star countertenors in their programme. At this year’s Müpa Budapest’s Régizene Fesztival, Valer Barna-Sabadus was featured together with homegrown soprano Emöke Bárath.
*****
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Early music meets jazz: A Baroque jam session with Rolf Lislevand at the Rheingau Music Festival

Rolf Lislevand  ©  Francesca Pfeffer
Founded in 2005, Concerto Stella Matutina hail from the musically rich Vorarlberg region of Austria (home of the Schubertiade). For this evening’s concert, they were represented by two violins, a viola, cello and double bass apiece, a concert organ and percussion, plus their magnificent Baroque brass section – three players with a variety of horns, trumpets, trombones and cornetts.
****1
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