Elcurarojo - Alberto Domínguez Gálvez | Famous Concerts for Small Recorders

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Famous Concerts for Small Recorders

by Elcurarojo - Alberto Domínguez Gálvez

FAMOUS CONCERTS FOR SMALL RECORDERS This is the title which gives name to the first work with which Elcurarojo presents its repertoire, a repertoire based on concerts as soloist for small sizes of recorder like the soprano, soprano in D and sopranino.
Genre: Classical: Baroque
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1. William Babell. Concerto Nº 2 in D Major for Small Flute, Op. 3: Adagio-Allegro-Adagio
6:01 $0.99
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2. William Babell. Concerto Nº 2 in D Major for Small Flute, Op. 3: Allegro
2:10 $0.99
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3. Antonio Vivaldi. Concerto Per Flautino Rv 443 in C Major: Allegro
3:48 $0.99
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4. Antonio Vivaldi. Concerto Per Flautino Rv 443 in C Major: Largo
4:16 $0.99
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5. Antonio Vivaldi. Concerto Per Flautino Rv 443 in C Major: Allegro Molto
2:55 $0.99
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FAMOUS CONCERTS FOR SMALL RECORDERS

This is the title which gives name to the first work with which Elcurarojo presents its repertoire, a repertoire based on concerts as soloist for small sizes of recorder like the soprano, soprano in D and sopranino.
The use of these small recorders with such a distinctive high pitch sonority in a chamber orchestra ensemble, together with instruments with powerful low register notes such as the Theorbo or the Baroque double bass, make this show very special and particular for the listener.

The concerts introduce varied typologies and groupings. When it comes to the works of english composers William Babell and Robert Woodcock, whose concerts are written for 4 violins, basso continuo and a Sixth flute as soloist, they are not very usual for chamber concert groupings of the XVIII Century. During the different movements the violins acquire more relevance intereacting with each other and with the soloist flute.

Nonetheless the concert for soprano recorder by Giuseppe Sammartini and the concert for sopranino by Antonio Vivaldi introduce the more usual grouping instead of violins and viola and the typical Italian configuration of three movements “Allegro-Largo-Allegro” in which the tutties of the orchestra gradually intermingle with great recorder virtuoso passages.

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