Notes & Reviews:
John Jenkins was a virtuoso of the lute and the viola da gamba, a prolific composer with over 800 works, almost completely instrumental and preserved in manuscript. The context of circulation of his music was that of private societies, thus copies made by hand and preserved in family archives.
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Michele Mascitti: Concerti Grossi, Op. 7; Sonate IV-V, Op. 3
Jean Barrière (1707-1747), Vol. 2: Sonatas for cello & basso continuo / Bruno Cocset, cello; Les Basses Réunies
Federigo Fiorillo (1755-1823): Violin Concerto; Sinfonia Concertante / Accademia D'Archi Arrigoni, Domenico Mason, violin
Haydn & Mozart: Oboe Quartets / Gernot Schmalfuss, oboe; Consortium Classicum
Love is Strange: Works for Lute Consort by John Johnson, Holborne, Parsons, John Bull, Dowland, Morley, Gibbons, Coperario / Le Poeme Harmonique, Dumestre
Vivaldi: 12 Concertos, Op. 7 for solo violin or oboe / Federico Guglielmo, violin; Pier Luigi Fabretti, oboe. L'Arte dell'Arco
Robert di Visée (1655-1733): La Musique de la Chambre du Roy, Vol. 3 / Manuel Staropoli, Lorenzo Cavasanti, recorders; Massimo Marchese, theorbo; Cristiano Contadin, viola da gamba; Manuel Tomadin, harpsichord
Johann Baptist Vanhal (1739-1813): Keyboard Capricchios, Opp. 31 & 36 / Michael Tsalka, piano
Schenck: Tyd en Konst-Oeffeningen, Op. 2