Notes & Reviews:
In this collection of recordings, ‘early’ means what it says. This is a journey through the music world of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. It ends with those composers and those pieces of music that, around 1600, were shaping the sound that we call ‘baroque’. Presented chronologically, this extensive collection of works covers sacred and secular music from Italy, France, Germany, Spain, England, Flanders, Portugal and The Netherlands, from a wide range of composers.
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Dieterich Buxtehude: Opera Omnia XVIII - Vocal Works, Vol. 8 / Tom Koopman
Goffredo Petrassi (1904-2003): Piano Concerto; Partita; Toccata; Invenzioni / Pietro Massa, piano
Johann Nepomuk David (1895-1977): Symphonies nos 1 & 6 / Johannes Wildner
Franz Xaver Richter (1709-1789) 'Genesis' - String Quartets Op. 5 / Casal Quartett
Ferdinando Richardson (1558-1618): Complete Harpsichord Works / Glen Wilson, harpsichord
20th century cello sonatas by Goffredo Petrassi; Francesco Cilea; Sandro Fuga / Massimo Macri, cello; Giacomo Fuga, piano
Ernst Toch (1887-1964): Violin Sonata No. 1; Cello Sonata; Divertimento; String Trio; Adagio elegiaco / Spectrum Concerts Berlin
Arcangelo Corelli: Church Sonatas, Opp. 1 & 3 / Pavlo Beznosiuk, Caroline Balding, Richard Tunnicliffe, Roger Hamilton
Mieczyslaw Weinberg (1919-1996): Piano Trio; Violin Sonatina; Double Bass Sonata / Blumina, Blacher, Ofer, Moser, Shehata