28 Songs, 1 Hour

EDITORS’ NOTES

Giorgio Antoniotto, two years younger than Vivaldi and the author of a famous musical treatise, L’arte armonica, injured his hand, probably in a duel, and had to give up the violin for the cello. These seven sonatas prove that he became as nifty on his new instrument as on the violin, and were a significant addition to the cello's developing repertoire. Claire Lamquet rises to the challenge of this inventive music with great flair, and her sympathetic interplay with her musical partners is obvious.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Giorgio Antoniotto, two years younger than Vivaldi and the author of a famous musical treatise, L’arte armonica, injured his hand, probably in a duel, and had to give up the violin for the cello. These seven sonatas prove that he became as nifty on his new instrument as on the violin, and were a significant addition to the cello's developing repertoire. Claire Lamquet rises to the challenge of this inventive music with great flair, and her sympathetic interplay with her musical partners is obvious.

TITLE TIME
2:56
2:19
1:10
1:13
2:30
1:51
1:42
2:36
1:59
1:48
2:10
1:38
3:52
1:34
1:41
1:41
3:14
1:48
1:27
2:11
3:06
2:03
2:40
1:47
3:45
2:11
1:57
1:36

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