Serie prima: Musica per tastiera, Volume 1: Opera 1, Opera 2, Passatempo al cembalo
It is interesting that throughout this entire period, Rolla was listed after Vincenzo Lavigna, maestro al cembalo
, in the printed programs.
For each production I used one from each culture, and made such combinations as an Otuzumi (Noh drum) and a trumpet in Othello, a cembalo
and a Koto (Japanese string instrument) in Romeo and Juliet, a pipe-organ and wadaikos (Japanese drums) in Macbeth.
is an alternative name for which keyboard instrument?
Applauded for its revival of Gerald Arpino's "Confetti" during the 2011-12 Season, ARB will present "Viva Vivaldi," set to Antonio Vivaldi's Concerto in D for Violin, Strings and Cembalo
0121 780 3333; SUNDAY Weik Bosgraaf, recorders, Izhar Eliasm baroque guitar, Allesandro Pianu, cembalo
- renaissance music: Birmingham Town Hall, 11am.
For the first time with Don Giovanni at the Met, Luisi conducts the performance from a cembalo
in the orchestra pit.
The earliest work from the catalogue is the opus 1 Sonate a violino e violoncello e cembalo
of the Venetian Giuseppe Trevisani, published in 1706; the last score included, an occasional work by Charles-Louis-Joseph Andre, was published in 1794.
He had already conceived the idea of writing a series of violin sonatas in Mannheim and even acknowledged the impulse for them--the Divertimenti da camera a Cembalo
e Violino by the Dresden capellmeister Josef Schuster, which he had sent to his sister Nannerl in October 1777 with the postscript, ".
The relevant works in the show include a small gilded and painted terracotta model of a cembalo
made in 1673 by Ludovico Gimiguani.
In ciascuna stavano quattro donne che remavano e una sedeva a poppa suonando il cembalo
The notes are largely the same, but Wollny has also most usefully given main variants on small ossia staves, something he had already done in his performing version for Barenreiter in 2004 (Sechs Sonaten fur Violine und obligates Cembalo
, BWV 1014-1019).