Salvatore Accardo – Vesuvio 1727

Salvatore Accardo

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The collection “The Arches of the Palazzo Comunale ” of Cremona has been enriched by a third violin made by Antonio Stradivari ,one of the most valuable pieces of violin making World : ” The Vesuvius in 1727 “. Purchased by a British governor which also took him to India , the Vesuvius came into possession of the violinist Jan Hambourg , who kept it until his death (1947 ) giving rise to a popular trio with his brothers Mark ( pianist ) and Boris ( cellist ) . The heirs sold it to the Spanish violinist Antonio Brosa , teacher Lauricella , then passed to the student around 1968. Born in London to a family of Sicilian origin , Master Remo Lauricella was usually return every year in Italy and was a regular stop in Cremona , where he found himself the ” Charles IX ” by Andrea Amati , the instrument that had got to play during his career for twelve years , from 1935 to 1947. In late summer 1978,the Master Lauricella stayed in CremonaOn his return to London in October of the same year, he wrote a letter to then Mayor Emilio Zanoni with which ensured to have confirmed his will tohis will to donate at death, the city of Cremona the Stradivari ” Vesuvius in 1727 ” .

Tracklist

1.
CONCERTO IN LA MAGGIORE D69 - Allegro
05:53
2.
CONCERTO IN LA MAGGIORE D69 - Adagio
04:36
3.
CONCERTO IN LA MAGGIORE D69 - Presto
05:06
4.
CONCERTO IN LA MAGGIORE D69 - Largo andante
05:55
5.
CONCERTO IN RE MAGGIORE ?LABIRINTO ARMONICO? Op. 3 n. 12 - Allegro - Capriccio
06:54
6.
CONCERTO IN RE MAGGIORE ?LABIRINTO ARMONICO? Op. 3 n. 12 - Largo - Presto - Adagio
03:43
7.
CONCERTO IN RE MAGGIORE ?LABIRINTO ARMONICO? Op. 3 n. 12 - Allegro - Capriccio
12:41
8.
LE GRAN TANGO
12:21
9.
LA CAMPANELLA
09:09
10.
CANTABILE
05:02
11.
OBLIVION
05:03

Total time: 01:16:23

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Label

SKU

SACD040

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Digital Converters

DCS A/D D/A

Microphones

Neumann U47, U48, M49

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Original Recording Format

Producer

Giulio Cesare Ricci

Recording Engineer

Giulio Cesare Ricci

Recording location

Teatro Ponchiellic Cremona

Recording Software

Pyramix, Merging Technologies

Recording Type & Bit Rate

DSD 64

Release Date December 16, 2014

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