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Castello: Sonate concertate in stil moderno, Vol. 1

Richard Egarr

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Sonate concertate in stil moderno, Vol. 1  
1.1
Sonata No. 1
Dario Castello; Pavlo Beznosiuk; Bojan Čičić; Richard Egarr
5:01
1.2
Sonata No. 2
Dario Castello; Pavlo Beznosiuk; Bojan Čičić; Richard Egarr
5:38
1.3
Sonata No. 3
Dario Castello; Pavlo Beznosiuk; Josué Meléndez; Richard Egarr
4:47
1.4
Sonata No. 4
Dario Castello; Pavlo Beznosiuk; Joseph Crouch; Richard Egarr
4:18
1.5
Sonata No. 5
Dario Castello; Bojan Čičić; Susan Addison; Richard Egarr
5:22
1.6
Sonata No. 6
Dario Castello; Josué Meléndez; Joseph Crouch; Richard Egarr
4:51
1.7
Sonata No. 7
Dario Castello; Pavlo Beznosiuk; Benny Aghassi; Richard Egarr
5:19
1.8
Sonata No. 8
Dario Castello; Bojan Čičić; Benny Aghassi; Richard Egarr
5:20
1.9
Sonata No. 9
Dario Castello; Josué Meléndez; Pavlo Beznosiuk; Benny Aghassi; Richard Egarr
6:40
1.10
Sonata No. 10
Dario Castello; Pavlo Beznosiuk; Bojan Čičić; Benny Aghassi; Richard Egarr
4:43
1.11
Sonata No. 11
Dario Castello; Pavlo Beznosiuk; Bojan Čičić; Benny Aghassi; Richard Egarr
7:27
1.12
Sonata No. 12
Dario Castello; Pavlo Beznosiuk; Bojan Čičić; Susan Addison; Richard Egarr
7:44
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The Academy of Ancient Music explores a revolutionary period of Italian music through the work of Venetian man of mystery Dario Castello. Active at the same time as Monteverdi, Castello wrote innovative and groundbreaking sonatas that had a profound effect on generations of Italian composers. Very little is known about him today, but in the 17th century he was actually more widely published than Shakespeare. AAM music director Richard Egarr is a lifelong advocate of Castello and on this recording directs the composer’s first book of sonatas from the harpsichord and organ in performing editions prepared by Egarr from the original scores. Taking the form of a small chamber group, the AAM finds itself at its most adventurous and expressive on these 12 fiercely virtuosic sonatas for violin, cornetto and dulcian, full of imagination and colour.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Academy of Ancient Music Studio Masters

Recorded in St George’s Church, Cambridge, January 25 - 28, 2016 Producer and engineer: Philip Hobbs Editor: Julia Thomas Design and artwork: Gareth Wild (www.apropos-site.com)

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