Recherche avancée
Accueil  Catalogue  Petits prix  BRIL95451
Domenico Bartolucci : Musique de chambre. L. Venturi, G. Scarponi, Cicillini, I. Scarponi, M. Venturi.
Format : 1 CD
Durée totale : 01:03:44

Enregistrement : 01/09/2016
Lieu : Rome
Pays : Italie
Prise de son : Stereo

Label : Brilliant Classics
Référence : BRIL95451
EAN : 5028421954516
Code Prix : DM008A

Année d'édition : 2017
Date de sortie : 01/11/2017

Genre : Classique
Domenico Bartolucci (1917-2013)
Trio pour violon, violoncelle et piano en la majeur
Prélude, Intermezzo et Fugue en la mineur, pour violon et violoncelle
Prélude, Intermezzo et Fugue en do mineur, pour violon, alto et violoncelle
Sonate pour violon et piano en sol majeur

Giacomo Scarponi, violon
Luca Venturi, violon
Ivo Scarponi, violoncelle
Angelo Cicillini, alto
Marco Venturi, piano

Domenico Bartolucci was in some ways a 20th-century descendant of the liturgical musicians who composed for the church – and especially the Catholic church in Italy – during the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. Born in 1917, he was appointed Master of Music at the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican, but he also taught at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome. Most of his considerable output was, naturally, sacred in form and purpose: not only motets and mass settings but symphonic oratorios and even a sacred opera based on the life of the painter Brunelleschi. He was appointed a cardinal in 2010 and died in 2013. Very little of his music has been recorded. Here, however, is a new studio recording of his chamber music, made in the Pontifical Institute for Sacred Music in Rome. The genre of Prelude, Intermezzo and Fugue implies a keyboard work of the type written by Bach or Franck; here, however, are two examples scored for violin/cello duet and for string trio, both demonstrating Bartolucci’s considerable mastery of counterpoint. They are joined by a Piano Trio with a lovely second-movement Canzone, and a Violin Sonata of engaging richness: there are moments of great passion in the first movement, of elegiac delicacy in the slow movement, grotesque elements in the third movement, and a luminous fluidity reminiscent of Mozart in the finale. The language itself is comparatively conservative – as one would expect from his training and position, Bartolucci was no Modernist – but also melodically appealing, and always sympathetically written for his forces. The instrumentalists recorded here have been performing Bartolucci’s music for over two decades: they are uniquely authoritative interpreters of an idiom that prizes beauty above all things.

.  Ecrire une critique
Les clients qui ont acheté ce produit ont aussi acheté
Joseph Mayseder : Musique de chambre, vol. 1. Quatuor Lissy.
Joseph Mayseder : Musique de chambre, vol. 1. Quatuor Lissy.

Commander ce produit

6,00 €
Prix catalogue : 8,58 €
Expédié sous 24h !
Produit éligible à la livraison gratuite
Livraison gratuite !
En savoir plus

ClicMag du mois
ClicMag n°53 - 10/2017
ClicMag n°53 - 10/2017
Infos label
Tous les disques du label
Le site Internet du label
Faire connaître

Envoyer cet article à un ami.