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GEN 12248
EAN: 4260036252484
22.6.2012
18.90 €

Antonio Vivaldi (1678–1741)  
Sonata in F major
for Violin and Basso Continuo RV 2
Antonio Vivaldi  
Sonata in C major
for Violin and Basso Continuo RV 29
Antonio Vivaldi  
Sonata in A major
for Violin and Basso Continuo RV 25
Antonio Vivaldi  
Sonata in G major / G minor
for Violin and Basso Continuo RV 6
Antonio Vivaldi  
Sonata in C minor
for Violin and Basso Continuo RV 19
   

Antonio Vivaldi


The Pisendel Sonatas


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Do vibrations continue to tremble over the course of centuries? The Dresden violin virtuoso Johann Georg Pisendel studied in Italy, shortly after 1700, with one of the greatest violinists of his time – with none other than the red-haired priest, Antonio Vivaldi himself. This explains the fact that there is a rich music collection of this period in Saxony, a truly gourmet feast for a violinist like Annette Unger. Together with her Dresden professor colleagues Michael Pfaender and Ludger Rémy on her fourth GENUIN CD, she makes these baroque treasures resonate, swing, and sing: an entire flower bouquet of Vivaldi violin sonatas – as if Pisendel himself remembered the country where lemons flourish…

RAI Radio 3
On October 15th at 9:30 a.m. the CD will be presented on the Italian broadcast service RAI Radio 3.

Early Music Review
"The technical demands are considerable, but Annette Unger is easily their master."
Review on the Early Music Review, 10/12

Gramophone
“she quickly settles down to a manner that is agile and easy-flowing, while not lacking in boldly projected articulation and detail. ... in general these pieces are convincingly brought to life.”
Review on the magazine Gramophone, December 2012

Fanfare and Arkiv Music
"Urgently recommended."
Review on the magazine Fanfare and on Arkiv Music