Archive of Italian Evolution #0133
It had to start somewhere, even when it comes to new styles of writing for the keyboard. On our next Pipedreams broadcast, we’ll trace the art of the organ from the sixteenth to the twentieth century, from Antegnati to Ravanello, with recordings on some of the earliest playable pipe organs, solos, duets, saucy sonatas, romantic tone poems, and dramatic concertos. Influenced by the world at large, by court, church, theatre, and concert hall, these pieces by Gabrieli and Galuppi, Bergamo and Bossi, and Casella document a remarkable and colorful artistic progression an Italian Evolution, this week on Pipedreams.
FERDINANDO PELLEGRINI: Organ Concerto in G, Opus 8, number 4, 1st movement –Rudolf Ewerhart (Parish Church, Altenberg, Germany) FSM CD-92201
BALDASSARE GALUPPI: Sonata in d; Largo in F. LUCCHESI: Sonata Number 2 in F –Roberto Micconi (1790 Callido/San Zaccaria Church, Venice, Italy); (1856 Bazzani/St. Maria del Rosario, Venice, Italy) Motette CD MOT 10561
MARCO ENRICO BOSSI: Chant du soir, Opus 92, number 1; Scherzo in g, Opus 49, number 2.