Neapolitan Cello SonatasROCCO GRECO (c.1650-after1718): Sinfonia terza à due viole in G, GIULIO DE RUVO (fl. 1703-1716): Sonata for Solo Cello in G Minor, FRANCESCO ALBOREA detto FRANCISCHIELLO (1691-1739): Cello Sonatas in G and in D, FRANCESCO SUPRIANI (1691-1739): 2 Toccate for Solo Cello with Variations, GIOVANNI BATTISTA PERGOLESI (1710-1736): Sinfonia à viologello in F, SALVATORE LANZETTI (c.1710-c.1780): 3 Pièces, Sonata in D, Op. 5/3, NICOLA PORPORA (1686-1768): Sonata for Solo Cello, PASQUALE PERICOLI (2nd half of 18th cen.): Sonata Quarta in F Minor.
Catalogue Number: 07R020
Reference: A 385
Description: Works from the period in which Naples gave birth to the modern cello school of composition and performance, from the very obscure Greco’s Sinfonia of 1699 to the equally unknown Pericoli’s sonata from 1769. Also contains the 2005 Zig-Zag Territories release “Concerti Napoletani per Violoncello” with Nasillo and Ensemble 415; Chiara Banchini, with concertos by Nicola Fiorenza, Porpora, Leo and Nicolò Sabatino which we offered ten years ago. 2 CDs for the price of 1. Gaetano Nasillo (cello), Michele Barchi (harpsichord), Sara Bennici (continuo cello).