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Early Italian Chamber Music

Dan Laurin, Masaaki Suzuki

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1
Sonata Prima, for Recorder and Basso Continuo
Dario Castello; Dan Laurin; Masaaki Suzuki
5:16
2
Sonata Seconda, for Recorder and Basso Continuo
Giovanni Battista Fontana; Dan Laurin; Masaaki Suzuki
6:40
3
Sinfonia Prima: Arezzo, for Recorder and Harpsichord
Bartolomeo Montalbano; Dan Laurin; Masaaki Suzuki
2:26
4
Sonata Seconda, for Recorder and Basso Continuo
Giovanni Paolo Cima; Dan Laurin; Masaaki Suzuki
4:11
5
Sonata Prima, for Recorder and Basso Continuo
Tarquinio Merula; Dan Laurin; Masaaki Suzuki
5:24
6
Ricercata Ottava, for Recorder
Giovanni Bassano; Dan Laurin
2:38
7
Canzone Sesta, for Recorder and Basso Continuo
Angelo Berardi; Dan Laurin; Masaaki Suzuki
8:33
8
Sinfonia Quarta: Geloso, for Recorder and Harpsichord
Bartolomeo Montalbano; Dan Laurin; Masaaki Suzuki
2:36
9
Laudate Pueri, for Recorder and Basso Continuo
Giovanni Luca Conforti; Dan Laurin; Masaaki Suzuki
5:47
10
Sonata Prima, for Recorder and Basso Continuo
Giovanni Paolo Cima; Dan Laurin; Masaaki Suzuki
3:58
11
Canzona Terza, for Organ
Girolamo Alessandro Frescobaldi; Masaaki Suzuki
3:53
2 Canzoni for Recorder and Basso Continuo  
12
I. La Bonuisia
Girolamo Alessandro Frescobaldi; Dan Laurin; Masaaki Suzuki
3:36
13
II. La Bernardina
Girolamo Alessandro Frescobaldi; Dan Laurin; Masaaki Suzuki
3:18
14
Sonata, "La Bernabea", for Recorder and Basso Continuo
Giovanni Antonio Pandolfi Mealli; Dan Laurin; Masaaki Suzuki
7:20
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    65:36
Award-winning Swedish recorder player Dan Laurin teams up with acclaimed Japanese keyboardist Masaaki Suzuki on this 2005 album dedicated to early Italian chamber music, including pieces by Giovanni Battista Fontana, Girolamo Frescobaldi and Giovanni Luca Conforti.

"Arriving in Japan and rehearsing the same day I was quite exhausted when the performance in Kobe the following day was over. Masaaki and I had had very little time to get into the music, but as the recording started I could feel the creative energy pouring out of Masaaki. This album was on my most-wanted list for 10 years, and finally singing the opening theme of the Fontana sonata with my recorder is something I can never forget. Italy rules!"
- Dan Laurin
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BIS Studio Masters

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