Concerto da Camera

Arthur Lourié (1892-1966) - Concerto da Camera etc. (Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie - Gidon Kremer)

Arthur Lourié (1892-1966) - Concerto da Camera etc. (Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie - Gidon Kremer)
Classical | EAC: FLAC+Cue+Log | 1 Cd, Cover+Booklet | 317 Mb
Label: DG - Date: 1993

Arthur-Vincent Lourié, born Naum Izrailevich Luria (Russian: Наум Израилевич Лурья), later changed his name to Artur Sergeyevich Luriye (Russian: Артур Сергеевич Лурье, 14 May 1892 in Propoysk - 12 October 1966 in Princeton, New Jersey) was a significant Russian composer. Lourié played an important role in the earliest stages of the organization of Soviet music after the 1917 Revolution but later went into exile. His music reflects his close connections with contemporary writers and artists, and also his close relationship with Igor Stravinsky.
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Venturini · Concerti Da camera  Music

Posted by enjopin at Dec. 12, 2009
Venturini · Concerti Da camera

Venturini · Concerti Da Camera · La Cetra · David Plantier
Classical | EAC | FLAC, CUE, No LOG 361 MB | MP3 HQ, Tracks 118 MB
1 CD | Covers | rs.com | 2007

Vivaldi: Concerti da camera  Music

Posted by trackball at Feb. 25, 2009
Vivaldi: Concerti da camera

Vivaldi - Concerti da Camera
Classical | FLAC, Separate | 1 CD, Covers | 323 MB | TT: 1 hr. 15 min.
CD date: 29 Nov 2004 | Naive

L'Astrée - Vivaldi: Concerti da camera (2004)  Music

Posted by tirexiss at Dec. 29, 2017
L'Astrée - Vivaldi: Concerti da camera (2004)

L'Astrée - Vivaldi: Concerti da camera (2004)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 01:15:18 | 360 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Naive | Catalog: OP30394

Never judge a CD by its cover; nothing about this album's tacky artwork nor the scanty information on its back will prepare the listener for the truly delectable contents inside. The refined period performances of Vivaldi's chamber concertos by the fabulous L'Astrée ensemble make this album a delightful experience, and despite Opus 111's questionable packaging, the label deserves high marks for providing exquisite sound quality and for devoting serious attention to a worthy project.
Rene Jacobs - Handel : Rinaldo; Flavio; Giulio Cesare; Duetti e cantata da camera (2008)

René Jacobs - Handel : Rinaldo; Flavio; Giulio Cesare; Duetti e cantata da camera (2008)
Baroque | 9 CD | EAC | APE+CUE, LOG | Covers | TT 10h 35’ | 2,59 GB
Freiburger Barockorchester, Ensemble 415, Concerto Köln, Concerto Vocale, René Jacobs
Recirding: 1978, 1990, 1991, 2003 | Released: 2008 | Label: Harmonia Mundi

The real prize in this jam packed nine-CD set is of course the incandescent recording of Giulio Cesare with some of the most phenomenal singing on record by Larmore, Schlick, and Fink. When this came out it created quite a stir, given it is about as complete as it ever has been, and filled with Jacob’s searching and trend-setting conducting. While it won’t displace favorites of yesteryear, those recordings are of a different era and style altogether, and here the opera comes together in a manner fully redolent of what Handel must have envisioned.
Vanni Moretto, Orchestra da Camera Milano Classica - Jommelli: L'Uccellatrice (2003)

Vanni Moretto, Orchestra da Camera Milano Classica - Jommelli: L'Uccellatrice (2003)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 216 Mb | Total time: 55:20 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Dynamic | # CDS 436 | Recorded: 2003

This delightful intermezzo per musica in two acts - recounting the old story of a naïve young nobleman and of a sly girl who, after a series of squabbles and pranks, following the best of traditions, declare eternal love to each other and decide to get married - has pleased audiences ever since its first performance at the San Samuele theatre in Venice in 1750, and is here recorded for the first time. At that time the intermezzo was already a well-defined and self-standing music form, detached from opera seria, with which, originally, it had been combined. It was also, however, in a declining phase and nearing its disappearance. And yet L'uccellatrice by Niccolò Jommelli enjoyed many performances (Leipzig, 1751; Bologna, Ravenna and Vicenza, 1753; Parma, 1756; Florence, 1760; Pescia, 1772) and was even translated into French, with the score adapted and enlarged.
Giuseppe Veneziano & Adriano Bassi - Orefice: Arie da camera (2016)

Giuseppe Veneziano & Adriano Bassi - Orefice: Arie da camera (2016)
Classical, Vocal | WEB FLAC (tracks) & d. booklet | 232 MB
Label: Tactus | Tracks: 22 | Time: 55:33 min

Giacomo Orefice was a leading figure in the Italian music scene of the early twentieth century: literary, humanist and great teacher (among his composition students at the Milan Conservatory were Nino Rota and Victor De Sabata), treated almost all forms of music, also being a great popularizer of musical culture. He died at 57 of a violent septicemia in the prime of his creative activity.
Cristina Barbieri & Luca Saltini - Gazzotti: Arie da camera (2016)

Cristina Barbieri & Luca Saltini - Gazzotti: Arie da camera (2016)
Classical, Vocal | WEB FLAC (tracks) & d. booklet | 239 MB
Label: Tactus | Tracks: 23 | Time: 62:26 min

An absolute re-discovery! Soprano Cristina Barbieri (winner of the Luciano Pavarotti prize in Philadelphia) and pianist Luca Saltini (first prize at the “Czerny” prize in Turin and “Viotti” of Vercelli) are dedicating this CD to the lyrics of the composer Luigi Gazzotti from Modena.
Daniele Boccaccio, Ensemble Seicento Italiano,  Lavinia Bertotti - Domenico Scarlatti: Cantate da Camera (2008)

Daniele Boccaccio, Ensemble Seicento Italiano, Lavinia Bertotti - Domenico Scarlatti: Cantate da Camera (2008)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 637 Mb | Total time: 68:56+62:40 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Brilliant Classics | # 93361 | Recorded: 2000

During his lifetime, from his Neapolitan years to his Spanish sojourn, Domenico Scarlatti cultivated the “cantata” genre, composing at least about sixty works – those of uncertain attribution and his Serenades excluded. Other cantatas are likely to emerge once the uncatalogued funds are systematically scanned. Since in those years the cantata was a genre on the wane, this high number is revealing of Scarlatti’s uninterrupted link with the baroque tradition, an age in which the cantata had reached its climax as an extremely refined genre, the place for daring experimentation, and exquisite writing, the appropriate gym for high craftsmanship, as expected by the elitist audience for which it was intended. The manuscripts date from 1699 to 1724.
Da Camera - Telemann: Complete Trio Sonatas with Recorder & Viol (2017)

Da Camera - Telemann: Complete Trio Sonatas with Recorder & Viol (2017)
Classical | WEB FLAC (tracks) & d. booklet | 408 MB
Label: Chandos | Tracks: 32 | Time: 77:00 min

The specialist early-music ensemble Da Camera marks the 250th anniversary of Telemanns death with this unique recording of original trio sonatas involving recorder and viol. These are among the greatest pieces Telemann ever composed. As he wrote in 1740: how could I possibly remember everything I composed for strings and winds? I particularly devoted myself to the composing of trios People even flattered me as having done my best work here. The musicians of Da Camera heartily agree. The ingenuity and variety of music, structures, and instrumental ensemble, combined with fascinating notes by the recorder player Emma Murphy, make this album a must-have for everyone, from Telemanns many enthusiasts to those curious about early music.