Vivaldi - La Stravaganza – Podger & Arte Dei Suonatori (2LP, Digital Recording)
Vivaldi - La Stravaganza – Podger & Arte Dei Suonatori (2LP, Digital Recording)
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Vivaldi - La Stravaganza – Podger & Arte Dei Suonatori (2LP, Digital Recording)
Vivaldi - La Stravaganza – Podger & Arte Dei Suonatori (2LP, Digital Recording)

Vivaldi - La Stravaganza – Podger & Arte Dei Suonatori (2LP, Digital Recording)

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Antonio Vivaldi - 12 violin concertos :

  • Concerto In B Flat, Opus 4 No. 1
  • Concerto In E Minor, Opus 4 No. 2
  • Concerto In G Major, Opus 4 No. 3
  • Concerto In A Minor, Opus 4 No. 4
  • Concerto In A Major, Opus 4 No. 5
  • Concerto In G Minor, Opus 4 No. 6
  • Concerto In C Major, Opus 4 No. 7
  • Concerto In D Minor, Opus 4 No. 8
  • Concerto In F Major, Opus 4 No. 9
  • Concerto In C Minor, Opus 4 No. 10
  • Concerto In D Major, Opus 4 No. 11
  • Concerto In G Major, Opus 4 No. 12

Rachel Podger (Violin)

Arte Dei Suonatori

 

2 LP, Gatefold jacket

Mastered from the original DSD Channel Music masters

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : Pallas GmbH in Germany

First time on vinyl

Label : Analog Phonic

Original Label : Channel Classics

Recorded in Church of the High Catholic Siminary in Gościkowo-Paradyż, Poland on Sep 2002

Engineered by C. Jared Sacks

Produced by Jonathan Freeman-Attwood

Supervised by Sir Jared Sacks of Channel Classics

Direct Metal Mastered by Hans-Jorg Mauksch at Pauler Acoustics without any digital remastering or editing

Originally released in 2003

Reissued in Sep. 2018

 

Tracks:

Side A :

  1. Concerto In B Flat, Opus 4 No. 1 – Allegro
  2. Concerto In B Flat, Opus 4 No. 1 – Largo E Cantabile
  3. Concerto In B Flat, Opus 4 No. 1 – Allegro
  4. Concerto In E Minor, Opus 4 No. 2 - Allegro
  5. Concerto In E Minor, Opus 4 No. 2 – Largo
  6. Concerto In E Minor, Opus 4 No. 2 - Allegro
  7. Concerto In G Major, Opus 4 No. 3 – Allegro
  8. Concerto In G Major, Opus 4 No. 3 – Largo
  9. Concerto In G Major, Opus 4 No. 3 - Allegro Assai

 

Side B :

  1. Concerto In A Minor, Opus 4 No. 4 – Allegro
  2. Concerto In A Minor, Opus 4 No. 4  - Grave E Sempre Piano
  3. Concerto In A Minor, Opus 4 No. 4  - Allegro
  4. Concerto In A Major, Opus 4 No. 5 – Allegro
  5. Concerto In A Major, Opus 4 No. 5 – Largo
  6. Concerto In A Major, Opus 4 No. 5 - Allegro
  7. Concerto In G Minor, Opus 4 No. 6 – Allegro
  8. Concerto In G Minor, Opus 4 No. 6 – Largo
  9. Concerto In G Minor, Opus 4 No. 6 - Allegro

 

Side C :

  1. Concerto In C Major, Opus 4 No. 7 – Largo
  2. Concerto In C Major, Opus 4 No. 7 – Allegro
  3. Concerto In C Major, Opus 4 No. 7 – Largo
  4. Concerto In C Major, Opus 4 No. 7 -  Allegro
  5. Concerto In D Minor, Opus 4 No. 8 – Allegro
  6. Concerto In D Minor, Opus 4 No. 8 - Adagio-Presto-Adagio
  7. Concerto In D Minor, Opus 4 No. 8 - Allegro
  8. Concerto In F Major, Opus 4 No. 9 – Allegro
  9. Concerto In F Major, Opus 4 No. 9 – Largo
  10. Concerto In F Major, Opus 4 No. 9 - Allegro

 

Side D :

  1. Concerto In C Minor, Opus 4 No. 10 – Spirituoso
  2. Concerto In C Minor, Opus 4 No. 10 – Adagio
  3. Concerto In C Minor, Opus 4 No. 10 - Allegro
  4. Concerto In D Major, Opus 4 No. 11 – Allegro
  5. Concerto In D Major, Opus 4 No. 11 – Largo
  6. Concerto In D Major, Opus 4 No. 11 - Allegro Assai
  7. Concerto In G Major, Opus 4 No. 12 - Spirituoso E Non Presto
  8. Concerto In G Major, Opus 4 No. 12 – Largo
  9. Concerto In G Major, Opus 4 No. 12 - Allegro

 

Reviews :

« The performances by Rachel Podger are crackling with vitality and executed with consistent brilliance as well as a kind of relish in virtuos-ity that catches the showy spirit, the self-conscious extravagance, of this particular set of works. There are plenty of movements here where her sheer digital dexterity is astonishing... but perhaps even more I enjoyed the exquisitely fine detail of some of the slow move-ments, for example No.8 in D minor... that one has a performance to leave you breathless. Another thing Podger is specially good at is the shaping of those numerous passages of Vivaldian sequences, which can be drearily predictable, but aren’t so here because she knows just how to control the rhythmic tension and time the climax and resolution with logic and force. I would certainly recommend this set as a fine example of a modern view of Baroque performance. » - Gramophone

 

Ratings :

AllMusic : 4 / 5

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