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An Italian Sojourn

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An Italian Sojourn

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    • Sonata ottava in D minor (4:38)

    • DARIO CASTELLO (FL. 1621–1636)

      Sonata ottava in D minor (4:38)

    • Sinfonia in D minor (7:27)

    • ALESSANDRO STRADELLA (1644–1682)

      Sinfonia in D minor (7:27)

    • Sonata a due in D minor (3:55)

    • BIAGIO MARINI (1678–1741)

      Sonata a due in D minor (3:55)

    • Andante (5:33)

    • PIETRO ANTONIO LOCATELLI (1695–1764)

      Sonata da camera, Op. 6, No. 2 in F Major (16:31)

      Andante (5:33)

    • Allegro (4:44)

    • Allegro (4:44)

    • Aria (6:09)

    • Aria (6:09)

    • Adagio (2:15)

    • ARCANGELO CORELLI (1653–1713)

      Sonata in C Major, Op. 5, No. 3 (10:02)

      Adagio (2:15)

    • Allegro (1:42)

    • Allegro (1:42)

    • Adagio (2:50)

    • Adagio (2:50)

    • Allegro (0:53)

    • Allegro (0:53)

    • Allegro (2:14)

    • Allegro (2:14)

    • Grave (3:19)

    • GIUSEPPE TARTINI (1692–1770)

      Sonata Pastorale in A Major (9:09)

      Grave (3:19)

    • Allegro (2:37)

    • Allegro (2:37)

    • Largo (3:13)

    • Largo (3:13)

    • Larghetto (1:23)

    • GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL (1685–1756)

      Sonata in G minor, HWV 364a (5:31)

      Larghetto (1:23)

    • Allegro (1:32)

    • Allegro (1:32)

    • Adagio (0:44)

    • Adagio (0:44)

    • Allegro (1:48)

    • Allegro (1:48)

    • Passagallo (Largo) (3:22)

    • FRANCESCO VERACINI (1690–1750)

      Sonata in D minor, Op. 2, No. 12 (13:02)

      Passagallo (Largo) (3:22)

    • Capriccio Cromatico (Allegro, ma non presto) (2:51)

    • Capriccio Cromatico (Allegro, ma non presto) (2:51)

    • Adagio - Ciaccona (Allegro, ma non Presto) (6:43)

    • Adagio - Ciaccona (Allegro, ma non Presto) (6:43)

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Trio Settecento brings fresh insights to music from the Age of Enlightenment through its passionate, authoritative, and distinctive interpretations.

The period instrument ensemble's new CD, An Italian Sojourn, traces the remarkable musical innovations of composers in Venice, Rome, and beyond during the Baroque era through works by eight different composers including Marini, Corelli, Veracini, Tartini, and Locatelli.

In the hands of Trio Settecento (The 1700s Trio), these masterpieces exude the dramatic intensity of the Italian school.

Reviewing the trio's 2006 New York debut, The New York Times declared, Pine "played remarkably. . . . Mr. Rozendaal and Mr. Schrader contributed a rich, modestly varied texture."

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Album Details

Total Time: 70:51

Producer: James Ginsburg
Engineer: Bill Maylone
Graphic Design: Melanie Germond
Cover Painting: The Walk, c.1791 (oil on canvas) by Giandomenico (Giovanni Domenico) Tiepolo (1727-1804). Ca’o Rezzonico, Museo del Settecento, Venice, Alinari. © The Bridgeman Art Library International
Recorded: December 18, 19 , 21 & 22, 2006 in Nichols Concert Hall at the Music Institute of Chicago in Evanston, IL

Instrument Credits:
Violin: Nicola Gagliano, 1770, in original, unaltered condition
Violin Strings: Damian Dlugolecki
Violin Bows: Harry Grabenstein, replica of early 17th Century model (Castello, Stradella, Marini) / Louis Begin, replica of 18th Century model (Locatelli, Corelli, Tartini, Handel, Veracini)
Cello: Unknown Tyrolean maker, 18th century
Cello Bows: Louis Begin (Castello, Marini, Stradella) / Julian Clarke (Corelli, Handel, Locatelli, Tartini, Veracini)
Harpsichord: Willard Martin, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1997. Single-manual instrument after a concept by Marin Mersenne (1617), strung throughout in brass wire with a range of GG-d3 
Tuning: Unequal temperament by David Schrader, based on Werckmeister III

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