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A famous opera composer during his time, Tomaso Albinoni (1671-1751) was a trailblazer in his era as he was one of the few composers who were self-sustaining, rather than being under the service of a patron or the Church. Today, Albinoni is most recognized for his instrumental compositions, sonatas, and concertos. This new release features his Sonatas, and is the beginning of a series on Brilliant Classics of the composer's complete instrumental music. Performing these works is L'Arte dell'Arco, an ensemble well-known for their interpretations of historical pieces.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Abbazia di Carceri d'Este, Padua, Italy (2013-05-27_2013-05-29&2013-).
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Works DetailsAlbinoni, Tomaso : Suonate à tre (12), for 2 violins, cello & continuo, Op. 1 (T. 1)
- Conductor: Federico Guglielmo
- Ensemble: L'Arte dell'Arco
- Notes: Abbazia di Carceri d'Este, Padua, Italy (2013-05-27_2013-05-29&2013-)
- Running Time: 2 min. 10 sec.
- Period Time: Baroque
- Written: 1694