Pietro Locatelli, Jed Wentz, Musica ad Rhenum – Locatelli: Flute Sonatas – Complete – Music. Locatelli: 12 Flute Sonatas, Op By Pietro Locatelli, Anthony Pleeth, Stephen Preston, Christopher Hogwood. • 12 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Sonata No.1 . Locatelli: Flute Sonatas, Op. 2. Tactus: TC Buy CD or download online. Il Ruggiero.
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Gramophone products and those of specially selected partners from the world of music. Some of these remind us of the north German empfindsamer Stil of C. Locatelli obtained a privilege which protected Opp. His nachlass includes all important writers from Dante on. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Pietro Antonio Locatelli. When Locatelli went to Amsterdam inhe discovered the centre of European music publishing.
One notice describes Locatelli’s visit to Munich. Locatelli’s last known stop was in Kassel, where he received the very high payment of 80 reichsthaler after his visit to Charles I, Landgrave of Hesse-Kasselon 7 December Among the large quantity of printed and unbound sheet music there are the collected works of Corelli.
It is believed that his performances made him famous, but almost no source attests to his attaining high virtuosity. Locatelli began studying in Rome in autumnprobably under Antonio Montanari or Giuseppe Valentini and perhaps for a short time under Arcangelo Corelliwho died in January Whether you want to see what we think of today’s latest releases or discover what our critics thought of your favourite recordings from the past, you will find it all in our full-searchable Reviews Database.
All these things, as well as his instruments and much more, were auctioned in August Locatelli flute sonatas View record and artist details Record and Artist Details.
The enduring merit of Locatelli’s Op. Locatelli’s virtuosity is reflected in the Capricci through the use of high registers, double stoppingchords and arpeggios with wide fingering and overextension of the left hand, harmonicstrills in two-part passages Trillo del Diavolodouble trills, varied bow types and variable bowings.
Retrieved from ” https: An exception was Op. Problems playing this file? Most of his concert compositions, including the violin concertos and the capricciwere probably written in this period.
Baroque enthusiasts will be familiar with the flute playing of Wilbert Hazelzet whose eloquence makes out a strong case for a comparatively unexplored area in early eighteenth-century flute repertoire. In summary, an attractive if slightly specialized issue which is well worth exploring.
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The last of these is an locateli set of variations recalling similar ones by his contemporaries—the London-based Barsanti and the Swedish Johann Helmich Roman. Locatelli’s activity at the court of the regent of Mantua, the landgrave Philipp von Hessen-Darmstadt, is attested by a document in which the landgrave refers to him as “our virtuoso”. But these sonatas are well worth becoming acquainted with.
Ceciliaand thus under the protection of the noble prelate and future Cardinal Camillo Cybo. His fine set of 12 sonatas for flute and basso continuo were published as his Op. This eloquent piece is for me the crowning glory of the set, also perhaps on account of listening to my amateur flautist father practising it night after night when I was a nipper.
Sonata in D, 1st movement.
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One of these is a Minuet Sonata No. It includes ornithologicaltheologicalchurch historicalpoliticalgeographicalart historical and mathematical works, and literature on music theory dating back to the 16th century.
Locatelli died on 30 March  in his house on the Prinsengracht. The attractive Sonata No.
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On 26 Junethe “foreign virtuoso Locatelli” was paid twelve double golden guilder by the elector’s director of music. Since then the set has been as much out of the catalogue as in so, for that reason, for the absence of any rival version and for its excellence this reissue is thrice welcome. The maestro di cappellaFrancesco Ballarottimay have taught him composition. From to Locatelli travelled through Italy and Germany.
The musical idiom is predominantly that of the late baroque though there are plenty of ‘galant’ gestures, too. The aristocratic listeners may have preferred Johann Gottlieb Graun ‘s violin playing to Locatelli’s. He gives affectionate accounts of the four sonatas included in his recital and is alertly supported by an excellent continuo team, Ton Koopman and Richte van der Meer.
Little is known about Locatelli’s childhood.