Concerti per fagotto

Concerti per fagotto


Streaming Music - 2010
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It is an understatement to identify Vivaldi as the most significant composer ever of bassoon concertos. Even within Vivaldi's own oeuvre, the thirty-nine bassoon concertos (two of them incomplete) form an impressive group. The composer had a particular affinity with deeper instruments (the cello as well as the bassoon) which brought out especially vividly the melancholy, reflective side of his temperament. Morever, the bassoon concertos are all mature works with incomparable rhythmic variety, boldness of form and attention to detail. Bassoonist Sergio Azzolini is the real discovery of this recording, in which his playing demonstrates great energy and sensitive musicality. Accompanied by L'Aura Soave Cremona on period instruments for the 39th volume in the sprawling achivement of Naive's acclaimed Vivaldi Edition, this is the bassoon as you have never heard it before!


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