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wed 27 apr 2016 11:00 

An educational programme featuring early music. Today: early cello music from Bologna.

In this episode we will learn where the term ‘violoncello’ comes from and we will hear some of the earliest works composed for this string instrument.
Domenico Gabrielli (1659 – 1690)
1.  Ricercare for solo cello no 1
2.  Ricercare for solo cello no 4
3.  Canon for 2 violoncello’s
4.  Cello sonata in A major
–  I Grave
–  II Allegro
–  III Largo
–  IV Presto
Bettina Hoffmann, violoncello. Ensemble Modo Antiquo
(CD: Gabrielli: opera completa per violoncello. Tactus TB 650701, 2001/2013, recording 1999)
Petronio Franceschini (1651 – 1680)
5.  Sonata a 7 for 2 trumpets in D major
Domenico Gabrielli
6.  Trumpet sonata no 4 in D major
San Petronio Cappella Musicale Orchestra conducted by Sergio Vartolo
(CD: Vespri Concertati della Scuola Bolognese. Tactus TC 650001, 2012, recording 1991)
Giovanni Battista degli Antoni (1660 – after 1696)
7.  Ricercata quarta
8.  Ricercata nona   
Alessandro Palmeri, violoncello
(CD: Degli Antoni : Ricercate sopra il Violoncello – opere 1. Tactus TC 630401, 2000/2012)
9.  Suonate op 5 – sonata settima   
Enrico Gatti, violin. Ensemble Aurora
(CD: L’arte del Violino in Italia, c. 1650 – 1700. Glossa GCD 921206, 2011)
Giuseppe Maria Jacchini (1667 – 1727)
10.  Sonata in B-flat major, op 1 no 7
11.  Sonata in C major, op 3 no 10   
12.  Sonata in G major, op 3 no 9
13.  Sonata in a minor, op 1 no 8
Anner Bijlsma, violoncello. Bob van Asperen, organ
(CD: Anner Bylsma collection: cello suites & sonatas. Sony Classical Music 88843010762, 2014)
Additional:
Domenico Gabrielli
14.  Ricercar II in a minor   
Anner Bijlsma, violoncello
(CD: Anner Bylsma collection: cello suites & sonatas. Sony Classical Music 88843010762, 2014)

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