Giuseppe Sammartini And Giovanni Sammartini - Music For Flute, Violin, Oboe And Recorders FLAC album
Sonata for flute/violin/oboe & continuo in G major, Op.
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Sonata for flute/violin/oboe & continuo in G major, Op. 13/2. 7. (Allegro) - Trio - (Allegro). Sonata for flute/violin/oboe & continuo in G major, Op. 13/3.
Miscellaneous information. Brother of Giovanni Battista Sammartini; works often misattributed between the two. Died between November 17 and 23 of 1750. Flute Concerto in B-flat major, IGS 3 (Sammartini, Giuseppe). Flute Sonata in A minor, O. N. (Sammartini, Giuseppe). Flute Sonata in A minor (Sammartini, Giuseppe). Flute Sonata in C major (Sammartini, Giuseppe). Flute Sonata in D major (Sammartini, Giuseppe). Flute Sonata in G major (Sammartini, Giuseppe). K. Keyboard Concerto in A major (Sammartini, Giuseppe).
Giuseppe Baldassare Sammartini (January 6, 1695 - November 1750) was an Italian composer and an oboist. A native of Milan, he moved to London together with his brother Giovanni Battista Sammartini. He had started playing the oboe in Milan and in London took up the post of oboist in the Opera orchestra in 1727. He later left the Opera and was patronised by Frederick, Prince of Wales and his wife. He served them as Musical Director of the Chamber Concerts and was a member of their household.
Giuseppe Baldassare Sammartini: Sonata for flute/violin/oboe and continuo in G-, O. 3, N. - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (classicalarchives. Giuseppe Sammartini: Sonate Maurice Steger. Harmonia Mundi Rel. November 6, 2007.
Album · 2012 · 20 Songs. Flute Sonata in G Major, Op. 13, No. 1: II. Allegro assai. Anciuti & Claudio Rufa. 3. 1: III. Adagio.
Giuseppe Francesco Gaspare Melchiorre Baldassare Sammartini (also Gioseffo, S Martini, St Martini, San Martini, San Martino, Martini, Martino; 6 January 1695 – between 17 to 23 November 1750) was an Italian composer and oboist during the late Baroque and early Classical era. Although he was from Milan, most of his professional life was spent in London and with Frederick, the Prince of Wales.
Sammartini: 6 Sonatas Nocturnal op. 7 (for flute, violin and harpsichord). Beheading of John the Baptist (1698-1775) Sonatas op night. 7 Nr. 1-6 (for flute, flute and harpsichord). Ferrarini, Claudio (flute) Mussumeli, Bettina (flute) Tasini, Francisco (Harpsichord).
|Six Solos For Flute, Violin Or Oboe, Opus 13|
|Sonata No. 1 In G Major For Flute And Basso Continuo|
|Sonata No. 2 In G Major For Violin And Basso Continuo|
|1.7||(Allegro) - Trio - (Allegro)||1:19|
|Sonata No. 3 In G Major For Violin And Basso Continuo|
|Sonata No. 4 In G Major For Oboe And Basso Continuo|
|Sonata No. 5 In G Minor For Oboe And Basso Continuo|
|1.17||Minuetto 1 And 2||1:46|
|Sonata No. 6 In G Major For Flute And Basso Continuo|
|12 Sonatas For Two German Flutes, Or Violins With Basso Continuo|
|Sonata No. 1 In F Major|
|Sonata No. 2 In F Major|
|Sonata No. 3 In G Major|
|Sonata No. 4 In F Major|
|Sonata No. 5 In F Major|
|Sonata No. 6 In D Minor|
|Sonata No. 7 In F Major|
|Sonata No. 8 In F Major|
|Sonata No. 9 In G Major|
|Sonata No. 10 In F Major|
|Sonata No.11 In F Major|
|Sonata No. 12 In B Flat Major|
|Notturnos In Four Parts, Flute, Two Violins And Bass (Ms. Zürich)|
|Notturno No. I In G Major|
|Notturno No. IV In D Major|
|Notturno No. VI In A Major|
|Notturno No. V In C Major|
|Notturno No. III In G Major|
|Notturno No. II In D Major|
|Notturno No. VII In A Major|
- Bassoon – Alberto Santi (tracks: 1.1 to 1.20), Paolo Tognon (tracks: 2.1 to 2.40)
- Cello – Gaetano Nasilo* (tracks: 1.1 to 1.20), Raffaele Sorrentino (tracks: 3.1 to 3.17)
- Composed By – Giovanni Sammartini (tracks: 3.1 to 3.17), Giuseppe Sammartini (tracks: 1.1 to 1.20, 2.1 to 2.40)
- Conductor, Harpsichord – Ottaviano Tenerani (tracks: 3.1 to 3.17)
- Ensemble – Ensemble Il Rossignolo (tracks: 3.1 to 3.17), Ensemble J. M. Anciuti (tracks: 1.1 to 1.20), I Fiori Musicali (tracks: 2.1 to 2.40)
- Flute – Claudio Rufa (tracks: 1.1 to 1.20), Marica Testi (tracks: 3.1 to 3.17)
- Harpsichord – Giovanni Losco (tracks: 1.1 to 1.20), Roberto Loreggian (tracks: 2.1 to 2.40)
- Lute [Calichon] – Pietro Prosser (tracks: 2.1 to 2.40)
- Oboe – Paolo Pollastri (tracks: 1.1 to 1.20)
- Recorder – Marco Rosa Salva (tracks: 2.1 to 2.40), Maria Giovanni Fiorentino* (tracks: 2.1 to 2.40)
- Violin – Maria Paola Cavallini (tracks: 3.1 to 3.17), Raffaele Tisco* (tracks: 3.1 to 3.17), Stefano Montanari (tracks: 1.1 to 1.20)
CD1: 1997, Montevarchi, Arezzo, Italy
CD2: 1999, Chiesa di Santa Maria dei Servi, Padua, Italy
CD3: 2001, Pieve di Santa Maria a Petroio Sovigliana, Vinci, Florence, Italy
Licensed from Tactus, Italy