℗ 2016 Glossa
Released June 24, 2016
Duration 57m 06s
Genre Classical (Chamber)
 

Francisco José de Castro: Trio Sonatas, Op. 1

La Real Cámara

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Trio Sonata, Op. 1 No. 6  
1.1
I. Preludio. Adagio
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:50
1.2
I. Allemanda. Presto
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:37
1.3
III.Adagio
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
0:38
1.4
IV. Tempo di Borrea. Presto
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
0:57
Trio Sonata, Op. 1 No. 9  
1.5
I. Preludio
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:36
1.6
II. Alemanda
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
2:21
1.7
III. Giga
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:26
1.8
IV. Minuet
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:05
Trio Sonata, Op. 1 No. 3  
1.9
I. Preludio. Adagio
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:16
1.10
II. Allemanda. Presto
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:55
1.11
III. Presto di Sarabanda. Allegro
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:18
1.12
IV. Tempo di Gavotta. Presto
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:50
Trio Sonata, Op. 1 No. 7  
1.13
I. Preludio
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:40
1.14
II. Allemande
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:26
1.15
III. Tempo di Sarabanda
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:24
Trio Sonata, Op. 1 No. 10  
1.16
I. Preludio. Adagio - Presto - Adagio - Presto - Adagio - Presto - Adagio - Presto - Adagio
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
2:06
1.17
II. Allemanda. Allegro
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
2:07
1.18
III. Presto
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
0:55
Trio Sonata, Op. 1 No. 2  
1.19
I. Allemanda. Allegro
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:40
1.20
II. Adagio
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:45
1.21
III. Allemanda. Allegro
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:19
1.22
IV. Tempo di Sarabanda. Allegro
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:13
Trio Sonata, Op. 1 No. 8  
1.23
I. Preludio. Grave
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:26
1.24
II. Corrente. Allegro
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:27
1.25
III. Grave
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
0:34
1.26
IV. Presto
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:27
Trio Sonata, Op. 1 No. 5  
1.27
I. Preludio. Adagio
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
2:10
1.28
II. Allemanda. Largo
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
2:08
1.29
III. Giga. Allegro
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:29
Trio Sonata, Op. 1 No. 1  
1.30
I. Preludio. Adagio
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
2:10
1.31
II. Allemanda. Allegro
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:55
1.32
III. Corrente. Allegro
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:29
1.33
IV. Giga. Allegro
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:12
1.34
V. Minuet all'unisono. Allegro
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
0:54
Trio Sonata, Op. 1 No. 4  
1.35
I. Preludio. Adagio - Presto - Adagio - Presto - Adagio
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
2:09
1.36
II. Allemanda. Allegro
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:15
1.37
III. Minuet all'unisono. Allegro
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
1:14
1.38
IV. Tempo di Gavotta. Presto
Francisco José de Castro; La Real Cámara
0:43
Digital Booklet
La Real Cámara dedicates this album to overlooked 17th century violinist and composer Francisco José de Castro, who travelled from his birthplace of Seville to the northern Italian city of Brescia where he wrote some beautiful chamber music. Castro’s Trattenimenti armonici, a set of 10 trio sonatas da camera, was published in 1695, by which time he had earned a deserved reputation for his musicality, especially as a follower of the innovative style of Corelli. The works featured here are the only known Spanish examples from the 17th century. The sonatas, consisting of preludes followed by dance movements including those in the French manner, show the young composer embracing the stylus phantasticus and the new violin virtuosity.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Glossa Studio Masters

Recorded in Oviedo (Auditorio y Palacio de Congresos Príncipe Felipe), Spain, February 2015 Engineered and produced by José Luis Crespo Executive producer: Carlos Céster Booklet texts by Marco Bizzarini and Emilio Moreno
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-5.25
-11.02 to -1.99
-24.48
-30.75 to -22.12
-21.49
-27.30 to -19.00
12
9 to 14
1
I. Preludio. Adagio
-8.69-27.57-24.811
2
I. Allemanda. Presto
-3.09-22.70-19.712
3
III.Adagio
-6.40-27.19-23.79
4
IV. Tempo di Borrea. Presto
-3.01-22.24-19.213
5
I. Preludio
-7.52-25.96-22.811
6
II. Alemanda
-3.01-23.49-20.913
7
III. Giga
-4.24-22.27-19.512
8
IV. Minuet
-4.66-23.40-20.312
9
I. Preludio. Adagio
-8.44-26.49-23.211
10
II. Allemanda. Presto
-5.84-24.25-21.413
11
III. Presto di Sarabanda. Allegro
-5.01-24.38-21.412
12
IV. Tempo di Gavotta. Presto
-4.21-24.27-21.113
13
I. Preludio
-5.80-25.18-22.211
14
II. Allemande
-3.03-22.82-20.113
15
III. Tempo di Sarabanda
-1.99-23.72-20.412
16
I. Preludio. Adagio - Presto - Adagio - Presto - Adagio - Presto - Adagio - Presto - Adagio
-4.06-24.06-20.812
17
II. Allemanda. Allegro
-5.53-22.52-19.711
18
III. Presto
-4.24-23.02-20.013
19
I. Allemanda. Allegro
-5.02-23.95-21.013
20
II. Adagio
-4.48-25.64-22.613
21
III. Allemanda. Allegro
-4.91-23.09-20.512
22
IV. Tempo di Sarabanda. Allegro
-2.29-22.12-19.011
23
I. Preludio. Grave
-8.38-27.01-24.111
24
II. Corrente. Allegro
-5.90-23.76-20.812
25
III. Grave
-11.02-30.75-27.39
26
IV. Presto
-5.38-23.74-20.813
27
I. Preludio. Adagio
-10.00-27.67-24.812
28
II. Allemanda. Largo
-5.29-25.10-22.413
29
III. Giga. Allegro
-6.11-23.15-20.412
30
I. Preludio. Adagio
-4.94-26.04-22.811
31
II. Allemanda. Allegro
-2.32-24.16-21.213
32
III. Corrente. Allegro
-3.18-25.40-22.414
33
IV. Giga. Allegro
-5.21-23.15-20.412
34
V. Minuet all'unisono. Allegro
-6.77-23.59-20.811
35
I. Preludio. Adagio - Presto - Adagio - Presto - Adagio
-5.90-26.06-22.812
36
II. Allemanda. Allegro
-5.99-24.12-21.311
37
III. Minuet all'unisono. Allegro
-2.45-22.54-19.812
38
IV. Tempo di Gavotta. Presto
-5.20-23.72-20.210

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