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Schardt, Behringer - Stamitz: Violin Sonatas, Op. 6 (2014)  

Posted by peotuvave at June 29, 2015
Schardt, Behringer - Stamitz: Violin Sonatas, Op. 6 (2014)

Schardt, Behringer - Stamitz: Violin Sonatas, Op. 6 (2014)
EAC Rip | Flac (Image + cue + log) | 410 MB | MP3 320Kbps CBR | 176 MB | 1 CD | Full Scans
Genre: Classical | Label: Dabringhaus & Grimm | Catalog Number: 9031862

Johann Stamitz’s six Violin Sonatas op. 6 were first published following his death - which is hardly surprising, for who besides the composer himself would then have been able to meet their breakneck violinistic challenges? Stamitz was famous for his absolutely incredible finger dexterity, a reputation that this father of the German violin school continues to enjoy even today. Stephan Schardt not only has taken up this challenge but also delights and surprises the listener with an album brimming with perfect beauty and offering more than mere virtuosic stunts.

Pietro Antonio Locatelli - Violin Sonatas, Op. 6  

Posted by alekhno at Feb. 21, 2008
Pietro Antonio Locatelli - Violin Sonatas, Op. 6

Pietro Antonio Locatelli - Violin Sonatas, Op. 6
Classical | APE & CUE |1 CD | Covers | 326 Mb
Lauri Pulakka,  Mitzi Meyerson - Giovanni Battista Somis: Violin Sonatas, Op. 1 (2014)

Lauri Pulakka, Mitzi Meyerson - Giovanni Battista Somis: Violin Sonatas, Op. 1 (2014)
EAC Rip | Flac (Image + cue + log) | 426 MB | MP3 320Kbps CBR | 185 MB | 1 CD | Full Scans
Genre: Classical | Label: Glossa | Catalog Number: 921807

Mitzi Meyerson likes to come up with surprising musical finds or rediscoveries and her latest, the Opera Prima of Giovanni Battista Somis, is as fascinating as her recordings devoted to Richard Jones and Gottlieb Muffat. Indeed, the harpsichordist chanced upon the score for this set of Baroque violin sonatas – first published in 1717 – when investigating the music of Richard Jones in the British Library, finding thereby another trove of forgotten Baroque gems. Somis worked for the Dukes of Savoy, initially in Turin, in the early 18th century, but studied with Corelli in Rome, later befriended Vivaldi, and himself taught many subsequent prominent violinists, including Jean-Marie Leclair.

Corelli - Violin Sonatas Op.5 (Sonnerie, Nigel North)  

Posted by ArlegZ at March 11, 2011
Corelli - Violin Sonatas Op.5 (Sonnerie, Nigel North)

Corelli - Violin Sonatas Op.5 (Sonnerie, Nigel North)
Classical | EAC | Flac(Image)+Cue, Logs, Scans | 627.1 MB
CD1:61’41; CD2:57’43 | January 6, 2004 | EMI Veritas

Arcangelo Corelli's remarkable reputation, established during his lifetime and maintained ever since, is based almost exclusively on his six published collections of works: the Trio Sonatas, Opp.1-4, the Concerti grossi, Op.6, and the twelve violin sonatas recorded here. Born in 1653 into a family of prosperous landowners, and trained as a violinist in Bologna, by his mid-twenties Corelli was in Rome and there rose rapidly to the peak of his profession. As both performer and composer he was renowned as a perfectionist, a fact reflected in both the size of his output and the polish with which it was prepared for publication.
Antonio Vivaldi - 6 Violin Concerti, Op.6 - I Solisti Italiani - 1996

Antonio Vivaldi - 6 Violin Concerti, Op.6 - I Solisti Italiani - 1996
Classical | Eac. Flac, Image+Cue, Log | Scans | 289 MB
Label: DENON | TT: 48:32

I Solisti Veneti is one of the first rank of small Italian chamber orchestras with modern instruments. Founded in Padua in 1959 by Claudio Scimone, it has made a reputation especially with Italian Baroque music, recording many works by Antonio Vivaldi, Tomaso Albinoni, Francesco Geminiani, Benedetto Marcello and Giuseppe Tartini. Giuliano Carmignola and Piero Toso were two of the soloists in the ensemble. The group has made over 300 recordings, many on the Erato record label. A number of these were first-ever recordings of works of Vivaldi, Albinoni and Rossini.

Jean-Marie Leclair - 12 Violin Sonatas, op.1  Music

Posted by alekhno at May 4, 2010
Jean-Marie Leclair - 12 Violin Sonatas, op.1

Jean-Marie Leclair (1697 - 1764) - 12 Violin Sonatas, op.1
Classical | EAC | FLAC, CUE, No LOG | 3 CD | Complete Artwork | 1,1 Gb | rs.com | 2009
Adrian Butterfield, Alison McGillivray, Laurence Cummings

Francesco Maria Veracini - Violin Sonatas Op. 1 - Enrico Casazza

Francesco Maria Veracini - Violin Sonatas Op. 1
Classical, Baroque | 2 CD | EAC | FLAC, CUE, LOG | Scans | 835 MB | Rapidshare
Recorded: 2002 (Sonatas 1-6) & 2006, Chiesa della SS. Trinita, Padova | Released: 2008 | Label: Brilliant 93809 | TT: 80:13, 70:29
Enrico Casazza - violin | La Magnifica Comunità (Francesco Ferranini - cello [CD 1], Marcello Scandelli - cello [CD 2],
Roberto Loreggian - harpsichord)
Arcangelo Corelli - Violin Sonatas Op.5 - Ottavio Dantone, Stefano Montanari - Accademia Bizantina

Arcangelo Corelli - Violin Sonatas Op.5 - Ottavio Dantone, Stefano Montanari - Accademia Bizantina
EAC RIP | APE + CUE + LOG | NO COVER | 2CD 362Mb+298Mb
Classical | Arts Music 47724-8

Arcangelo Corelli - Violin Sonatas Op.5 - Ottavio Dantone, Stefano Montanari - Accademia Bizantina

Arcangelo Corelli - 12 Violin Sonatas Op. 5  

Posted by Bibixy at July 30, 2007
 Arcangelo Corelli - 12 Violin Sonatas Op. 5

Arcangelo Corelli - 12 Violin Sonatas Op. 5
23 TRACKS | mp3 192 kBPS | 2 RAR files (80Mb+94Mb)

Anton Steck, Christian Rieger - Porpora: Violin Sonatas (2001)  Music

Posted by tirexiss at Dec. 7, 2016
Anton Steck, Christian Rieger - Porpora: Violin Sonatas (2001)

Anton Steck, Christian Rieger - Porpora: Violin Sonatas (2001)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 73:32 | 455 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: MDG | Catalog: 6201034

Nicola Porpora, a contemporary of Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, and Haydn (and a very young Mozart) is best remembered today as a famous singing teacher and opera composer. During his long career (he lived to age 81) he suffered many employment-related difficulties and disappointments that caused him to move frequently. Naples (where he was born), Venice, Dresden, and Vienna (where he taught Haydn) all enjoyed Porpora's reputable presence, and he even spent a period in London at the behest of a group seeking to unseat Handel and his opera company from its preeminent position. In addition to his operas and vocal music, Porpora wrote instrumental works such as the six violin sonatas featured here, which are drawn from a set of 12. Although anyone familiar with Italian Baroque and early Classical-style solo violin music will discover nothing particularly original on this generally fine recording, if you enjoy that genre and period you'll find much here to indulge and satisfy your taste.