Il Giardino Armonico

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Founded in 1985 and conducted by co-founder and director Giovanni Antonini, the Il Giardino Armonico ensemble quickly established itself among the leading performers of early music on period instruments. Focusing on an instrumental repertoire from the 17th and early 18th centuries, this program puts the accent on instrumental music as an autonomous language capable of moving and stirring the affections irrespective of any vocal counterpart, and on the Concert as key to defining Baroque musical language.


Programme

Il Giardino Armonico
Giovanni Antonini Musical Director / Flutes
Stefano Barneschi Violin
Marco Bianchi Violin
Paolo Beschi Cello
Riccardo Doni Harpsichord

Tarquinio Merula
Canzon “la Pedrina” (Venice, 1637)

Dario Castello
Sonata undecima a tre (Book II, Venice, 1629)

Francesco Rognoni
Diminuzioni su “Pulchra es amica mea” di Palestrina, for flute and strings (Milan, 1620)

Tarquinio Merula
Canzon “la Strada” (Venice, 1637)

Dario Castello
Sonata duodecima, for two violins, cello and continuo (Venice, 1637)

Jacob van Eyck
Van Goosen, for solo flute (Amsterdam, 1649)

Andrea Falconieri
Folías echa para mi Señora Doña Tarolilla de Carallenos (Naples, 1650)

Gioan Pietro Del Buono
Sonatas VII and IX, on Ave Maris Stella (Palermo, 1641)

Alessandro Scarlatti
Sonata in A minor, for flute, two violins and continuo (Naples, 1725)

— Intermission 20 min —

Antonio Vivaldi
Concert in A minor, RV 108, for flute, two violins and continuo (1720-1724)

Giovanni Legrenzi
Sonata op.10 n.º 1, for two violions, cello and continuo (La Cetra, Veneza 1673)

Antonio Vivaldi
Concert in D major, RV 90, Il Gardellino, for flautino, two violins and continuo (1720-1729)


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