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Work: Concerto grosso in D major, Op.6 no.1

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ComposerCorelli, Arcangelo (1653-1713)
PeriodBaroque
Work typeOrchestral
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BudapestConcertino: Stanley, Corelli, Vivaldi, Mozart, Britten

Stanley, Corelli, Vivaldi, Mozart, Britten
Budapest Festival Orchestra; János Pilz; György Kertész; Zoltán Szõke

NagykanizsaConcertino: Stanley, Corelli, Vivaldi, Mozart, Britten

Stanley, Corelli, Vivaldi, Mozart, Britten
Budapest Festival Orchestra; János Pilz; György Kertész; Zoltán Szõke

BékéscsabaConcertino: Stanley, Corelli, Vivaldi, Mozart, Britten

Stanley, Corelli, Vivaldi, Mozart, Britten
Budapest Festival Orchestra; János Pilz; György Kertész; Zoltán Szõke
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Immortal thoughts: Mortal Voices

Tim Mead © Benjamin Ealovega
A mixed programme of Corelli, Handel and Pergolesi brings beauty and spiritual intensity, as well as some empowered erotic playfulness, to an evening with the Academy of Ancient Music. 
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Springtime in Italy in Macclesfield

© Craig Ogden
Craig Ogden in Castelnuovo-Tedesco's Guitar Concerto no. 1 is the highlight of the Northern Chamber Orchestra's varied concert of (mostly) Italian music in Macclesfield.
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The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment: a sense of novel wonder

Can you imagine being a concertgoer in the early years of the 18th century, when Corelli, Vivaldi, Bach and Handel were all writing new music and performers were being pushed to find new ways of playing?
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Proms Saturday Matinee 1: The Academy of Ancient Music and Sophie Bevan in Rome, 1707

Most striking about the Academy of Ancient Music’s playing is its neatness: every phrase is so precisely shaped, so clean. Presumably this is down to impeccable preparation as well as an intrinsic feeling in the group for how Baroque music should sound. But their playing also sounds fresh, new, surprising.
****1
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McCreesh à La Chaise-Dieu : une Italie sauce à la menthe

Paul McCreesh au Festival de La Chaise-Dieu © Bertrand Pichene
Sous la direction peu convaincante de Paul McCreesh, le Gabrieli Consort a livré un programme italien inégal, malgré l'incarnation brûlante de la mezzo-soprano Ann Hallenberg.
***11
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