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Serendipia Ensemble, Rita Rogar and Moises Maroto, together with their ensemble of musicians, Dario Tamayo on the harpsichord, Calia alvarez on the viola da gamba, Jose Arsenio Rueda on the baroque bassoon and Jon Wasserman exchanging his plucked string instruments (theorbo and baroque guitar), have recorded the complete sonatas. Premiering worldwide with the record label IBS Classical. With this large continuo group, Serendipia Ensemble seeks a unique musical approach to the concept of the triosonata. Finding the common ground between the concerto form conceived by Corelli and the sonata form arranged by Schickhardt. We are now able to hear, with layering of different instruments, the triosonatas approach the concerti in sections such as the tutti-soli that we appreciate in the corellianos originals.
Serendipia Ensemble, Rita Rogar and Moises Maroto, together with their ensemble of musicians, Dario Tamayo on the harpsichord, Calia alvarez on the viola da gamba, Jose Arsenio Rueda on the baroque bassoon and Jon Wasserman exchanging his plucked string instruments (theorbo and baroque guitar), have recorded the complete sonatas. Premiering worldwide with the record label IBS Classical. With this large continuo group, Serendipia Ensemble seeks a unique musical approach to the concept of the triosonata. Finding the common ground between the concerto form conceived by Corelli and the sonata form arranged by Schickhardt. We are now able to hear, with layering of different instruments, the triosonatas approach the concerti in sections such as the tutti-soli that we appreciate in the corellianos originals.
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Corelli After Schickhardt - Triosonatas
Artist: Corelli / Maroto / Wasserman / Rogar
Format: CD
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Serendipia Ensemble, Rita Rogar and Moises Maroto, together with their ensemble of musicians, Dario Tamayo on the harpsichord, Calia alvarez on the viola da gamba, Jose Arsenio Rueda on the baroque bassoon and Jon Wasserman exchanging his plucked string instruments (theorbo and baroque guitar), have recorded the complete sonatas. Premiering worldwide with the record label IBS Classical. With this large continuo group, Serendipia Ensemble seeks a unique musical approach to the concept of the triosonata. Finding the common ground between the concerto form conceived by Corelli and the sonata form arranged by Schickhardt. We are now able to hear, with layering of different instruments, the triosonatas approach the concerti in sections such as the tutti-soli that we appreciate in the corellianos originals.
        
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