À Portuguesa - Andreas Staier

À Portuguesa - Andreas Staier

HMM 902337 (harmonia mundi, CD)

NEW RELEASE

Playing time: 64'55"
Tracks: 21
Booklet pages: 28
© 2018 harmonia mundi musique sas
Reviewer: Gerald Fenech
Review of À Portuguesa - Andreas Staier published on 21 January 2019


Listen: José António Carlos de Seixas: Allegro assai (Concerto a 4 con vv e cimbalo obligato, in G minor) (track 6, 0:00-1:00)

Orquestra Barroca Casa da Música
Huw Daniel, violin 1
César Nogueira, violin 1
Miriam Macaia, violin 1
Cecília Falcão, violin 1
Reyes Gallardo, violin 2
Bárbara Barros, violin 2
Prisca Stalmarski, violin 2
Ariana Dantas, violin 2
Trevor McTait, viola
Raquel Massadas, viola
Filipe Quaresma, cello
Vanessa Pires, cello
José Fidalgo, double bass
Fernando Miguel Jalôto, continuo harpsichord
Andreas Staier, harpsichord, direction

Iberian Concertos and Sonatas

William Corbett:

Concerto 'Alla Portuguesa' in B flat, Op VIII No 7
1 Allegro
2 Largo e pia[no]
3 Allegro

José António Carlos de Seixas:

Concerto a 4 con vv e cimbalo obligato, in G minor
4 Allegro
5 Adagio
6 Allegro assai

Domenico Scarlatti:

7 Sonata for harpsichord in G minor, K 8 - Allegro

8 Sonata for harpsichord in G, K 13 - Presto

9 Sonata for harpsichord in B minor, K 173 - Allegro

José António Carlos de Seixas:

Concerto a 4 con vv e cimbalo obligato, in A
10 Allegro
11 Adagio
12 Giga. Allegro

Charles Avison:

Concerto Grosso No 5 in D minor
13 Largo
14 Allegro
15 Andante moderato
16 Allegro

Luigi Boccherini:

Quintettino 'Musica notturna delle strade di Madrid', Op 30 No 6 in D minor
17 Ave Maria. Imitando il tocca dell'Ave Maria della Parrochia
18 Minuetto
19 Rosario. Largo assai
20 Los manolos. Passa Calle. Allegro
21 Ritirata con variazione. Tempo di Marcia

Recorded February 2018 at Casa da Música, Porto, Portugal

 

 

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