Notes & Reviews:
For many people, the poetic playing of violinist Enrico Gatti, which has been enjoyed in concerts and on recordings for more than three decades, is unparalleled when addressing the subtlest of Italian music from the 17th - 18th c. On Perle del Piemonte, a recording dating from 1992, Mr. Gatti alights upon some of the loveliest of 18th c. pieces for his instrument composed for the Court of Savoy in Turin, including works by Somis, Giardini and Pugnani, unveiling a fascinating and seldom-visited world.
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