Notes & Reviews:
Niccolò Jommelli's (1714-74) surviving chamber cantatas for solo voice constitute only a fraction of his output. Virtually all these cantatas are intended for a solo soprano accompanied by an ensemble consisting of violins (primarily playing in unison), viola and basso continuo. Cuban-born soprano Yetzabel Arias Fernández has won prizes in singing competitions in Chimay, Naples and Rome and performed at important Festivals (and venues) in Europe with the most distinguished baroque ensembles and orchestras under Ton Koopman, Jordi Savall and Helmut Rilling, amongst others.
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Gouvy: Symphonies no 3 and 5 / Mercier, et al
Ignaz Joseph Pleyel, Vol. 16: Symphonie Concertante, Ben. 114, 115 & 160 / Camerata Pro Musica Chamber Orch.
Boccherini: Trios nos 1-6, Op. 47 / La Real Camara, Emilio Moreno, Natsumi Wakamatsu, Hidemi Suzuki
Christoph Graupner (1683-1760): Concertos; Musica di Tavola / Accademia Daniel; Shalev Ad-El
Carl Czerny (1791-1857): String Quartets / Sheridan Ensemble
Telemann: Complete Concertos & Trio Sonatas with viola da gamba / Cristiano Contadin, viola da gamba
Giuseppe Sammartini: Concertos for the Organ / La Risonanza; Fabio Bonizzoni
Lusty Broadside Ballads & Playford Dances from 17th Century England / City Waites, Lucie Skeaping
Rossini: Guillaume Tell (William Tell) / Andrew Foster_Williams, Michael Spryes, Judith Howarth, Nahuel Di Pierro, Tara Stafford [4 CDs]