Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Fiorillo - Six quatours pour Flute, Violon, Viola & Violoncello - Ensemble A I'antica






Fiorillo - Six quatours pour Flute, Violon, Viola & Violoncello -
Ensemble A I'antica

Chamber | single, flac, cue | no log, cover | 1 CD, 357 MB
June 12, 2007 | Tactus | RapidShare



Born in Germany, Federigo Fiorillo (1755-ca. 1823) was descended from a family of Neapolitan musicians: an ancestor, Carlo, had published a book of madrigals in the 16th century, and his father, Ignazio, had made a name for himself in Europe as a composer of operas and maestro di cappella. An excellent violinist and violist, Fiorillo was also a soloist on the mandolin as well as a pedagogue. His Etude pour le violon formant 36 caprices are still well known among violin students today, while harpists practice his seventy-two exercises for harp. In the late 1790s, Fiorillo printed his own six quartets for flute, violin, viola, and cello, possibly modelled on those of Francoise Philidor.

CD Content

Quartets (6) for flute, violin, viola & cello: Quartetto VI in mi minore
Quartets (6) for flute, violin, viola & cello: Quartetto IV in fa maggiore
Quartets (6) for flute, violin, viola & cello: Quartetto V in re maggiore
Quartets (6) for flute, violin, viola & cello: Quartetto I in do maggiore
Quartets (6) for flute, violin, viola & cello: Quartetto III in sol maggiore
Quartets (6) for flute, violin, viola & cello: Quartetto II in la maggiore

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