Notes & Reviews:
The Sonatas of Ferdinando Turrini (1745 - 1829) are a precious testimony to the beginning of the sonata form in Italy. They are original, rich in interesting features, and attracted the attention of distinguished figures of the musical and cultural world, ranging from W. Beckford to A.B. Michelangeli. In the first half of the 20th century, several sonatas were published with the editing of eminent pianists such as S. Cesi, A. Longo, E. Marciano, and M. Vitali. This recording presents the first performance of two unpublished collections, Raccolta Mangili (1795) and Sei Sonate da Cembalo Coll'accompagnamento d'un Violino ed una Fuga in fine a Cembalo solo (1784).
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