J.S. Bach: Sonatas & Partitas for Solo Violin Paolo Ghidoni
- 8IV. Double. Presto03:49
- 9V. Sarabanda03:58
- 10VI. Double02:12
- 11VII. Tempo di Bourree03:38
- 12VIII. Double03:53
- Violin Sonata No. 2 in A Minor, BWV 1003
- 13I. Grave03:48
- 14II. Fuga07:48
- 15III. Andante05:47
- 16IV. Allegro06:00
- Violin Partita No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004
- 17I. Allemande03:54
- 18II. Courante02:35
- 19III. Sarabande04:14
- 20IV. Gigue04:04
- 21V. Ciaccona14:01
- Violin Sonata No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1005
- 22I. Adagio04:18
- 23II. Fugue10:03
- 24III. Largo02:45
- 25IV. Allegro assai05:02
- Violin Partita No. 3 in E Major, BWV 1006
- 26I. Preludio03:42
- 27II. Loure04:14
- 28III. Gavotte en rondeau03:04
- 29IV. Menuett I-II04:12
- 30V. Bourree01:25
- 31VI. Gigue01:48
Info for J.S. Bach: Sonatas & Partitas for Solo Violin
The timeless masterpieces that flowed from the pen of J.S.Bach during his brief employment as Coethen court musician to Prince Leopold (1717-23) are equally staggering in their brilliance: the Six Suites for Unaccompanied Cello, the Brandeburg Concerts and the Six Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin.
Offering his telling interpretations of BWV 1001-06 is Paolo Ghidoni (b. 1964), well known as a violin soloist and chamber music performer, especially for his ability to communicate with audiences.
Mr. Ghidoni is responsible for the chamber music department at the Conservatory of Mantua.
Paolo Ghidoni, violin
was born in Mantova, Italy in 1964 and graduated at the young age of 17 under the guidance of Ferruccio Sangiorgi. Following this instruction, he attended chamber music courses at the Scuola di Musica di Fiesole with the Trio di Trieste and at the Accademia Chigiana di Siena where, for three years (1983-85) he worked towards the completion of the distinguished violin diploma from the class of Maestro Franco Gulli. In addition to his studies with M. Gulli, Paolo Ghidoni has also studied with Ivri Gitlis at the Accademie de Sion, Franco Claudio Ferrari in Mantova and with Salvatore Accardo in Cremona.
As a soloist and chamber musician, Mr. Ghidoni has performed more than 1500 concerts. He is a founding member of the prestigious Trio Matisse (1983), which won the "Vittorio Gui" prize in Florence when Ghidoni was only 19 years old. He has widely performed in Europe, the United States, Australia, Israel, China and South America.
Paolo Ghidoni has collaborated with various musicians such as: Mario Brunello, Enrico Dindo, il Trio d'Archi della Scala with Franco Petracchi, Giuliano Carmignola and Danilo Rossi. In addition, he has collaborated with hornists: Ifor James, Hermann Baumann and Jonathan Williams and also frequently with various pianists, one of which being Bruno Canino.
Mr. Ghidoni plays a wonderful Luigi Lanaro (1991).
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