℗ 2015 Genuin
Released May 5, 2015
Duration 54m 48s
Record Label Genuin
Catalogue No. GEN15332
Genre Classical (Chamber Music)
 

La serenissima: Venetian Church Sonatas by Albinoni and Vivaldi

Jaime González, Camerata degli amici

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Sonata a 3 in D Minor, Op. 1, No. 1  
1.1
I. Grave
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Jaime González; Pietro Corna; Camerata degli amici
1:04
1.2
II. Allegro
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Jaime González; Pietro Corna; Camerata degli amici
1:58
1.3
III. Largo (Grave)
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Jaime González; Pietro Corna; Camerata degli amici
1:31
1.4
IV. Allegro
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Jaime González; Pietro Corna; Camerata degli amici
1:37
Sonata a 3 in F Major, Op. 1, No. 2  
1.5
I. Grave
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Pietro Corna; Jaime González; Camerata degli amici
1:03
1.6
II. Allegro
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Pietro Corna; Jaime González; Camerata degli amici
1:51
1.7
III. Largo (Grave)
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Pietro Corna; Jaime González; Camerata degli amici
1:38
1.8
IV. Vivace
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Pietro Corna; Jaime González; Camerata degli amici
2:43
Sonata a 3 in A Major, Op. 1, No. 3  
1.9
I. Grave
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Jaime González; Pietro Corna; Camerata degli amici
1:08
1.10
II. Allegro
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Jaime González; Pietro Corna; Camerata degli amici
1:46
1.11
III. Grave
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Jaime González; Pietro Corna; Camerata degli amici
1:46
1.12
IV. Allegro
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Jaime González; Pietro Corna; Camerata degli amici
1:48
Sonata a 3 in G Minor, Op. 1, No. 4  
1.13
I. Grave
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Pietro Corna; Jaime González; Camerata degli amici
1:31
1.14
II. Allegro
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Pietro Corna; Jaime González; Camerata degli amici
1:34
1.15
III. Adagio - Grave
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Pietro Corna; Jaime González; Camerata degli amici
1:24
1.16
IV. Allegro - Presto
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Pietro Corna; Jaime González; Camerata degli amici
1:21
Sonata a 3 in C Major, Op. 1, No. 5  
1.17
I. Grave
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Jaime González; Pietro Corna; Camerata degli amici
1:09
1.18
II. Allegro
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Jaime González; Pietro Corna; Camerata degli amici
1:22
1.19
III. Grave
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Jaime González; Pietro Corna; Camerata degli amici
1:17
1.20
IV. Allegro
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Jaime González; Pietro Corna; Camerata degli amici
1:25
Sonata a 3 in A Minor, Op. 1, No. 6  
1.21
I. Grave
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Pietro Corna; Jaime González; Camerata degli amici
1:27
1.22
II. Allegro
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Pietro Corna; Jaime González; Camerata degli amici
2:14
1.23
III. Grave
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Pietro Corna; Jaime González; Camerata degli amici
0:33
1.24
IV. Allegro
Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni; Pietro Corna; Jaime González; Camerata degli amici
1:57
Trio Sonata in in G Minor (Lund) for 2 Oboes and Basso Continuo, RV 81  
1.25
I. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Jaime González; Pietro Corna; Camerata degli amici
1:44
1.26
II. Largo
Antonio Vivaldi; Jaime González; Pietro Corna; Camerata degli amici
3:43
1.27
III. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Jaime González; Pietro Corna; Camerata degli amici
1:20
Oboe Sonata in C Minor for Oboe and Basso Continuo, RV 53  
1.28
I. Adagio
Antonio Vivaldi; Jaime González; Camerata degli amici
2:06
1.29
II. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Jaime González; Camerata degli amici
2:03
1.30
III. Andante
Antonio Vivaldi; Jaime González; Camerata degli amici
4:22
1.31
IV. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Jaime González; Camerata degli amici
2:23
Digital Booklet
This album features music from the golden age of a great city: the Camerata degli amici under the direction of oboist Jaime González present these cheerful, playful and profound trio sonatas by Albinoni and Vivaldi. In the 17th and 18th centuries, Venice's legendary status was owed partly to the development of the trio sonata; thse pieces are evocative of the city's palazzi, bridges and churches. González and his companions, all distinguished soloists, prove here just how much they can excel as a chamber music ensemble.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Genuin Studio Masters

Recorded at Ensemblehaus Freiburg, Germany, June 23–27, 2014 Recording Producer / Tonmeister: Michael Silberhorn Editing: Michael Silberhorn, Martin Rust Text: Dr. Henning Bey English Translation: Matthew Harris, Ibiza Japanese Translation: Kohsuke Urushibata Spanish Translation: Jaime González Photography: Klaus Steffes-Holländer (González), Wouter Jansen (Teichmanis), Bettina Boysen (Boysen), Lidia Corna (Corna), Hannes Kramer (Kopf), Marco Borggreve (Johann) Cover: Basilica Cattedrale Patriarcale di San Marco, Venice Booklet Editing: Katrin Haase, Leipzig Graphic Design: Sabine Kahlke-Rosenthal, Leipzig Graphic Concept: Thorsten Stapel, Münster
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-3.40
-7.23 to -0.37
-22.05
-28.50 to -19.59
-18.16
-24.00 to -15.90
11
10 to 12
1
I. Grave
-2.32-19.91-16.111
2
II. Allegro
-1.25-19.59-15.911
3
III. Largo (Grave)
-5.69-21.87-18.310
4
IV. Allegro
-1.72-21.47-17.112
5
I. Grave
-4.11-20.21-16.510
6
II. Allegro
-2.37-21.46-17.311
7
III. Largo (Grave)
-6.55-24.56-20.310
8
IV. Vivace
-2.09-20.65-16.612
9
I. Grave
-3.79-22.19-18.212
10
II. Allegro
-2.38-20.83-16.711
11
III. Grave
-4.40-23.54-19.811
12
IV. Allegro
-1.07-22.56-18.112
13
I. Grave
-4.99-21.80-18.711
14
II. Allegro
-3.21-21.72-17.711
15
III. Adagio - Grave
-7.23-23.37-20.510
16
IV. Allegro - Presto
-3.93-21.76-17.611
17
I. Grave
-2.59-21.39-17.411
18
II. Allegro
-0.37-20.31-16.312
19
III. Grave
-1.92-22.46-18.510
20
IV. Allegro
-3.07-22.40-18.212
21
I. Grave
-3.51-21.16-17.611
22
II. Allegro
-1.84-20.98-17.312
23
III. Grave
-3.58-20.26-16.910
24
IV. Allegro
-2.92-22.20-18.012
25
I. Allegro
-2.23-21.38-17.512
26
II. Largo
-3.83-23.38-20.011
27
III. Allegro
-2.40-21.81-17.112
28
I. Adagio
-3.63-22.68-19.211
29
II. Allegro
-3.89-23.03-19.212
30
III. Andante
-6.42-28.50-24.011
31
IV. Allegro
-6.24-24.26-20.412

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