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Boccherini: Cello Concerto, G. 480 - Quintets G451, G436 - Sextet G463

Marco Ceccato, Manuel Granatiero, Francesco Romano, Accademia Ottoboni

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Guitar Quintet No. 7 in E Minor, G. 451  
1
I. Allegro moderato
Luigi Boccherini; Accademia Ottoboni
6:55
2
II. Adagio
Luigi Boccherini; Accademia Ottoboni
4:04
3
III. Minuetto
Luigi Boccherini; Accademia Ottoboni
4:10
4
IV. Allegretto
Luigi Boccherini; Accademia Ottoboni
5:25
Sextet in A Major, Op.16 No. 3, G. 463  
5
I. Allegro moderato
Luigi Boccherini; Accademia Ottoboni
5:01
6
II. Allegro assai
Luigi Boccherini; Accademia Ottoboni
5:26
7
III. Amoroso
Luigi Boccherini; Accademia Ottoboni
5:02
Cello Concerto in G Major, G. 480  
8
I. Allegro
Luigi Boccherini; Marco Ceccato; Accademia Ottoboni
7:04
9
II. Adagio
Luigi Boccherini; Marco Ceccato; Accademia Ottoboni
4:28
10
III. Allegro
Luigi Boccherini; Marco Ceccato; Accademia Ottoboni
4:35
Flute Quintet No. 18 in D Minor, Op.55 No. 6, G. 436  
11
I. Allegretto comodo assai
Luigi Boccherini; Accademia Ottoboni
7:37
12
II. Minuetto - Trio - Da capo il minuetto
Luigi Boccherini; Accademia Ottoboni
4:03
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    63:50
This recording from cellist Marco Ceccato and the Accademia Ottoboni is devoted to two important aspects of composer Luigi Bocherini’s work: chamber music and the cello, of which he was a great virtuoso. The cello is spotlighted on the Concerto in G Major, a summary of Ceccato's skill and lyricism. The two quintets and the divertimento feature a combination of string quartet, which Boccherini, in a way, co-founded with Haydn. These are sometimes teamed with the guitar, sometimes with the flute; always with a delightful use of the sonic capabilities of those instruments.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Zig-Zag Territoires Studio Masters

Recorded at Church of S. Francesco, Cori (Italy) 04010, 10-15 September 2013
Recording Producer, Balance Engineer & Editing: Giuseppe Famularo

Director of Productions & Artistic Director of Zig-Zag Territoires: Franck Jaffrès
Production & Editorial Coordinator: Virgile Hermelin

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