℗ 1954 Period Records
Released March 23, 1954
Duration 37m 38s
Record Label Period Records
Catalogue No. 43NB5953PE
Genre Classical
 

18th Century Lute Trios

Trio au luth de Bruxelles

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Trio Sonata in C major, RV 82  
1.1
I. Allegro non troppo
Antonio Vivaldi; Trio au luth de Bruxelles
3:46
1.2
II. Larghetto
Antonio Vivaldi; Trio au luth de Bruxelles
3:55
1.3
III. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Trio au luth de Bruxelles
2:26
Parthie pour Violon, Luth, e Basse  
1.4
I. Allemande (L'Arrivee du Prince Eugene)
Jacques De Saint-Luc; Trio au luth de Bruxelles
2:30
1.5
II. Marche (La feste du nom du Price de Lobkowits)
Jacques De Saint-Luc; Trio au luth de Bruxelles
1:31
1.6
III. Sarabande (La Reyne de Prusse)
Jacques De Saint-Luc; Trio au luth de Bruxelles
2:32
1.7
IV. Bransle (Gillotin Dancant au Bal)
Jacques De Saint-Luc; Trio au luth de Bruxelles
2:20
1.8
V. Gigue (Le Coeq)
Jacques De Saint-Luc; Trio au luth de Bruxelles
1:12
Cassationa per il Liuto Obligato, Violino, e Violoncello  
1.9
I. Presto
Joseph Haydn; Trio au luth de Bruxelles
2:49
1.10
II. Menuet alternativa / Trio / Menuet da capo
Joseph Haydn; Trio au luth de Bruxelles
2:24
1.11
III. Adagio
Joseph Haydn; Trio au luth de Bruxelles
5:14
1.12
IV. Finale presto
Joseph Haydn; Trio au luth de Bruxelles
2:49
Concerto a Liuto Obligato, Violino, et Basso  
1.13
I. Allegro
Ernst Gottlieb Baron; Trio au luth de Bruxelles
1:29
1.14
II. Adagio
Ernst Gottlieb Baron; Trio au luth de Bruxelles
1:46
1.15
III. Vivace
Ernst Gottlieb Baron; Trio au luth de Bruxelles
0:55
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Period Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-15 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-5.02
-6.34 to -2.74
-21.59
-24.17 to -17.62
11
9 to 12
1
I. Allegro non troppo
-3.43-19.3410
2
II. Larghetto
-5.51-21.439
3
III. Allegro
-2.74-17.629
4
I. Allemande (L'Arrivee du Prince Eugene)
-3.69-19.0210
5
II. Marche (La feste du nom du Price de Lobkowits)
-5.67-21.5511
6
III. Sarabande (La Reyne de Prusse)
-5.11-20.7311
7
IV. Bransle (Gillotin Dancant au Bal)
-5.90-21.169
8
V. Gigue (Le Coeq)
-3.90-19.5410
9
I. Presto
-4.37-21.8212
10
II. Menuet alternativa / Trio / Menuet da capo
-5.87-22.7910
11
III. Adagio
-5.52-23.5512
12
IV. Finale presto
-5.85-23.3612
13
I. Allegro
-5.88-24.0512
14
II. Adagio
-6.34-24.1710
15
III. Vivace
-5.48-23.7911

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