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Alessandro Marcello's (1669-1747) Oboe Concerto in c, one of the best loved and most performed works in the instrument's repertoire, is heard here in its D minor transcription by J.S. Bach. Also featured are Marcello's six "La Cetra" concertos, works that could be regarded as a last outpost of late-Baroque style. Acclaimed early music specialists Insieme Strumentale di Roma boast an extensive and enthusiastically received discography, receiving praise for 'stylish and sweetly modulated performances' and 'warmth, spirit and sensitivity' (Gramophone).
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Luzzasco Luzzaschi (c.1545-1607): Complete Keyboard Music / Matteo Messori, harpsichord, organ & spinet
Georg Dietrich Leyding (1664-1710), Andreas Kneller (1649-1724), Christian Geist (1650-1711): Complete Organ Music / Manuel Tomadin, organ
Ignazio Cirri (c.1712-1787): 12 Sonatas for Organ, Op. 1 / Massimo Gabba, organ
Michelangelo Rossi (1602-1656): Toccatas and Correntes for Organ and Harpsichord / Riccardo Castagnetti, organ & harpsichord
Giovanni Benedetto Platti (1697-1763): Cello Concertos / Stefano Veggetti, cello
Hotteterre (1674-1763): Complete Trio Sonatas; D'Anglebert (1629-1691): Harpsichord Transcriptions from Lully / Les Eléments; Basilio Timpanaro, harpsichord
Francesco Veracini: Violin Sonatas / Valerio Losito, baroque violin; Federico Del Sordo, harpsichord
The Renaissance Keyboard - Andrea Antico & Marco Antonio Cavazzoni: complete keyboard music / Fabio Antonio Falcone
Platti: Chamber Music / Ensemble Cordia