Brescianello: Concerti à 3, Vol. 2 Der Musikalische Garten

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Album info

Album-Release:
2019

HRA-Release:
27.06.2019

Label: Coviello Classics

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Chamber Music

Artist: Der Musikalische Garten

Composer: Giuseppe Antonio Brescianello (1690-1758)

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  • Antonio Brescianello (1690 - 1758): Concerto settimo in A Minor:
  • 1Concerto settimo in A Minor: I. Allegro assai03:54
  • 2Concerto settimo in A Minor: II. Adagio02:48
  • 3Concerto settimo in A Minor: III. Presto02:34
  • Concerto ottavo in D Major:
  • 4Concerto ottavo in D Major: I. Allegro01:57
  • 5Concerto ottavo in D Major: II. Adagio02:39
  • 6Concerto ottavo in D Major: III. Allegro02:16
  • Concerto nono in A Minor:
  • 7Concerto nono in A Minor: I. Allegro spiccato02:10
  • 8Concerto nono in A Minor: II. Largo01:41
  • 9Concerto nono in A Minor: III. Minuet02:03
  • Concerto decimo in D Minor:
  • 10Concerto decimo in D Minor: I. Largo02:26
  • 11Concerto decimo in D Minor: II. Presto01:03
  • 12Concerto decimo in D Minor: III. Adagio00:49
  • 13Concerto decimo in D Minor: IV. Allegro01:23
  • Concerto undecimo in E Minor:
  • 14Concerto undecimo in E Minor: I. Adagio02:41
  • 15Concerto undecimo in E Minor: II. Allegro02:00
  • 16Concerto undecimo in E Minor: III. Largo06:01
  • 17Concerto undecimo in E Minor: IV. Presto02:50
  • Concerto duodecimo in A Major:
  • 18Concerto duodecimo in A Major: I. Adagio01:38
  • 19Concerto duodecimo in A Major: II. Allegro02:28
  • 20Concerto duodecimo in A Major: III. Cantabile02:19
  • 21Concerto duodecimo in A Major: IV. Presto02:30
  • Total Runtime50:10

Info for Brescianello: Concerti à 3, Vol. 2



Already two years ago the ensemble Der musikalische Garten brought the mastery of Giuseppe Antonio Brescianello (1690-1758), the former Kapellmeister at the Württemberg court, back to the ears. In his Concerti a tre he artistically and imaginatively demonstrates the possibilities of the friendly competition between the two fundamentally equal violin parts. The works represent a remarkable enrichment of the repertoire in the field of the late baroque trio sonata. In the eagerly awaited second series, the performers delight with beautiful slow movements and irrepressible virtuoso joy of playing.

Germán Echeverri Chamorro, violin
Karoline Echeverri Klemm, violin
Annekatrin Beller, cello
Daniela Niedhammer, harpsichord



Musikalische Garten
When the ensemble Der Musikalische Garten (the musical garden) presented its first joint CD titled à 2 Violin. Verstimbt (which means “for two mistuned violins”) in 2014, Bavarian Radio praised the four musicians Karoline Echeverri Klemm, Germán Echeverri Chamorro, Annekatrin Beller and Daniela Niedhammer for a “natural and fresh approach” bringing an impressive garden of hitherto unknown music into bloom. In à 2 Violin. Verstimbt the ensemble focused entirely on its core repertoire: the brilliant, colourful world of Baroque trio sonatas for scordatura (intentionally mistuned) violins.

By adopting this approach, which is generally avoided for purely practical reasons, the ensemble had already caused a sensation in 2013, winning five international awards in the space of just a few months. They won first prize in the International H.I.F. Biber Competition in St. Florian, Austria, first prize in the 1st International Berlin Bach Competition, the Gebrüder-Graun-Preis in the 6th International Graun Brothers Competition in Bad Liebenwerda, Germany, and the Alte Musik 2013 bursary from Saarland Radio. Furthermore, Der Musikalische Garten was awarded the First EUBO Development Trust Prize in the York Early Music International Young Artists Competition, an accolade bestowed on the most promising ensemble.

All four musicians of the ensemble studied historical perfomance at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis and they keep looking for new musical paths and unknown musical gems, for the hidden trails and extraordinary flowers of the musical garden. Thus their next CD offered a glimpse into the music collection of the merchant Lucas Sarasin from Basel and presents rarely heard chamber music of the beginning of the classical period. The third recording of the group features six Concerti à 3 composed by the violin virtuoso Giuseppe Antonio Brescianello - another previously neglected musical treasure. The ensemble was invited to give concerts at prestigious festivals throughout Germany, such as the Musikfestspiele Potsdam Sanssouci, the Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and at the Händel-Haus Halle.

Booklet for Brescianello: Concerti à 3, Vol. 2

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