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Opis: Bazzini: La Ronde des Lutins

Poor Antonio Joseph Bazzini (1818-1897), a one-work composer if ever there was one, after the examples of Bruch and Holst, destined forever to be remembered as encore fodder for virtuoso violinists as they end their recitals in a blaze of glory with his Scherzo fantastique Op.25, better known as La Ronde des lutins, or Dance of the Goblins. Now, Luca Fanfoni and Maria Semeraro expand our knowledge of Bazzini with a more complete survey of music for his own instrument, for he had a place, post-Paganini, in the 19th-century tradition of performer-composers. Inevitably Italian Opera exercised an influence upon him, evidenced by many fantasias based on operatic themes, often from Verdi, such as the one inspired by La Traviata in which the virtuosity effectively brings out Verdis dramatic intent. Then his mastery of longer and more abstract forms is revealed by his Op.55 Sonata, a poetic masterpiece with a formal, well-defined structure. Later in life Bazzini aside his performing career in favour of composition, including symphonic, choral and chamber music (six quartets and a quintet) and teaching: Puccini and Catalani were among his students. Luca Fanfonis extensive discography includes a Verdi-themed disc of fantasias and variation sets, as well as the ten concertos and sonatas of Antonio Lolli, another figure in the neglected byways of Italian music, this time from the Baroque era. Antonio Bazzinis life spanned the greater part of the 19th century. In his early years he was a celebrated violin virtuoso, comparable with Paganini. His compositions from this time were vehicles to show off his incredible technical skills. His most famous work La Ronde des Lutins (Dance of the Goblins) is still a popular encore for violinists. Bazzinis later work, composed when he retired from the concert platform and became a teacher (among his many pupils count Puccini and Catalani!) and composer, he wrote works in a more classical vein, like the substantial Violin Sonata featuring on this new recording. A delightful CD, played with panache and sensitivity by one of the most notable Italian violinists, Luca Fanfoni.


Szczegóły: Bazzini: La Ronde des Lutins

Nazwa: Bazzini: La Ronde des Lutins
Producent: Brilliant Classics
Kod paskowy: 5028421950303
Języki: włoski, angielski
Format: 12.3x13.9
Oprawa: Pudełko CD
Waga: 0.104 kg
Wykonawca: Luca Fanfoni, Maria Semeraro
Czas trwania: 1:10:27
Typ głównego nośnika: AC


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Bazzini: La Ronde des Lutins

Poor Antonio Joseph Bazzini (1818-1897), a one-work composer if ever there was one, after the examples of Bruch and Holst, destined forever to be remembered as encore fodder for virtuoso violinists as they end their recitals in a blaze of glory with his Scherzo fantastique Op.25, better known as La Ronde des lutins, or Dance of the Goblins. Now, Luca Fanfoni and Maria Semeraro expand our knowledge of Bazzini with a more complete survey of music for his own instrument, for he had a place, post-Paganini, in the 19th-century tradition of performer-composers. Inevitably Italian Opera exercised an influence upon him, evidenced by many fantasias based on operatic themes, often from Verdi, such as the one inspired by La Traviata in which the virtuosity effectively brings out Verdis dramatic intent. Then his mastery of longer and more abstract forms is revealed by his Op.55 Sonata, a poetic masterpiece with a formal, well-defined structure. Later in life Bazzini aside his performing career in favour of composition, including symphonic, choral and chamber music (six quartets and a quintet) and teaching: Puccini and Catalani were among his students. Luca Fanfonis extensive discography includes a Verdi-themed disc of fantasias and variation sets, as well as the ten concertos and sonatas of Antonio Lolli, another figure in the neglected byways of Italian music, this time from the Baroque era. Antonio Bazzinis life spanned the greater part of the 19th century. In his early years he was a celebrated violin virtuoso, comparable with Paganini. His compositions from this time were vehicles to show off his incredible technical skills. His most famous work La Ronde des Lutins (Dance of the Goblins) is still a popular encore for violinists. Bazzinis later work, composed when he retired from the concert platform and became a teacher (among his many pupils count Puccini and Catalani!) and composer, he wrote works in a more classical vein, like the substantial Violin Sonata featuring on this new recording. A delightful CD, played with panache and sensitivity by one of the most notable Italian violinists, Luca Fanfoni.

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Szczegóły: Bazzini: La Ronde des Lutins

Nazwa: Bazzini: La Ronde des Lutins
Producent: Brilliant Classics
Kod paskowy: 5028421950303
Języki: włoski, angielski
Format: 12.3x13.9
Oprawa: Pudełko CD
Waga: 0.104 kg
Wykonawca: Luca Fanfoni, Maria Semeraro
Czas trwania: 1:10:27
Typ głównego nośnika: AC


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