Notes & Reviews:
Italian born composer Tommaso Giordani (1730-1806) built his career in London, where he wrote a great deal of music including operas and chamber pieces. These six sonatas are his Opus 4. They are scored for violin and keyboard, and are each 2-movement works in the Galante style, similar to that of Johann Christian Bach. Violinist Lina Uinskyte and keyboardist Marco Ruggeri rise to the challenge of these highly virtuosic pieces.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Parish Church of Bancole di Porto Mantovano (Mantova), (08/25/2014-08/26/2014).
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Works DetailsGiordani, Tommaso : Sonatas (6) for keyboard with violin accompaniment, Op. 4
- Performers: Lina Uinskyte (Violin); Marco Ruggeri (Harpsichord)
- Notes: Parish Church of Bancole di Porto Mantovano (Mantova), Italy (08/25/2014-08/26/2014)
- Running Time: 48 min. 51 sec.
- Period Time: Classical