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Amandine Beyer, Giuliano Carmignola & Gli Incogniti - Vivaldi: Concerti per due violini (2016)

Amandine Beyer, Giuliano Carmignola & Gli Incogniti - Vivaldi: Concerti per due violini (2016)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:09:57 | 163 MB
Label: Harmonia Mundi

Vivaldi s double concertos resemble jousts: there is bound to be comparison between the two protagonists, but in the end the triumph will be collective. And the least one can say is that Amandine Beyer and her illustrious guest Giuliano Carmignola, in his harmonia mundi debut, have breathed new life into this dazzling form of musical theatre. 'Who better to disclose the poetic utterances of these pieces with their highly developed esprit de fantaisie than Giuliano Carmignola? I cannot think of any other violinist at the moment who feels this music with such depth and delicacy of expression and who can sustain the melodic line in a manner which mirrors the sustained style of an operatic aria.' BBC Music Magazine, January 2010

Giuliano Carmignola: The Complete Sony Recordings (2015)  

Posted by peotuvave at Oct. 21, 2015
Giuliano Carmignola: The Complete Sony Recordings (2015)

Giuliano Carmignola: The Complete Sony Recordings (2015)
EAC Rip | Flac (Tracks + cue + log) | 2.27 GB | 7 CDs | Covers
Genre: Classical | Label: Sony | Catalog Number: 88875051512

In tandem with the “Vivaldian ardour” (International Record Review) of conductor-harpsichordist Andrea Marcon and his Venice Baroque Orchestra, violinist Giuliano Carmignola – “a wonderfully accomplished player” (Gramophone) – has raised the bar on recordings of the Venetian Baroque master. This 7-CD set contains many of Vivaldi’s most engaging concertos, enlivened with playing “full of character, energy and sensibility” (BBC Music Magazine) – including “a performance of the Four Seasons as fine as any” (ClassicsToday). It also features Carmignola and Marcon presenting the complete Bach Violin and Harpsichord Sonatas

Carmignola, Concerto Koln - Bach: Violin Concertos (2014)  

Posted by peotuvave at Jan. 21, 2015
Carmignola, Concerto Koln - Bach: Violin Concertos (2014)

Carmignola, Concerto Koln - Bach: Violin Concertos (2014)
EAC Rip | Flac (Image + cue + log) | 1 CD | Full Scans | 441 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Archiv Produktion | Catalog Number: 002167502

Carmignola’s fiery and successful “Vivaldi con moto” is followed by a more subtle and traditional Bach Concerto recording, a Co-Production between Deutsche Grammophon and Deutschlandfunk. Carmignola and Concerto Koln bring new and outstanding colors into this often recorded repertoire, and their temperamental performance introduces a sparkling and thrilling interpretation of Bach’s concertos. Carmignola is a unique artist and one of today’s most charismatic and captivating violinists, prompting The Strad to say “Timing is everything, and Carmignola has the timing of Sinatra. Rubato, portamento, pauses, tight-rope showmanship.” For the Double Concerto, Carmignola is joined by Mayumi Hirasaki on the first violin.
G. Carmignola and A. Beyer, Gli Incogniti - Vivaldi: Concerti Per Due Violini (2016)

G. Carmignola and A. Beyer, Gli Incogniti - Vivaldi: Concerti Per Due Violini (2016)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +cue, log, scans, digital booklet - 394 MB | 01:09:57
Classical | Label: harmonia mundi | Release Year: 2016

Vivaldi’s double concertos resemble jousts: there is bound to be comparison between the two protagonists, but in the end the triumph will be collective. And the least one can say is that Amandine Beyer and her illustrious guest Giuliano Carmignola, in his hm debut, have breathed new life into this dazzling form of musical theatre.
Pergolesi - Stabat Mater; Violin Concerto B-dur; Salve Regina c-moll (Claudio Abbado, Mingardo, Harnisch,  Kleiter, Carmignola

Pergolesi – Stabat Mater; Violin Concerto B-dur; Salve Regina c-moll (Claudio Abbado, Sara Mingardo, Rachel Harnisch, Julia Kleiter, Giuliano Carmignola) [2009]
Classical | EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | Archiv Produktion | Covers
Catalog Number: 477 8077 | 65:12 | 1cd, 299.18 MB

Giovanni Battista Pergolesi had a tragically short career, living just 26 years, and producing most of his mature works over a period of about five years. This album includes three of the composer's most representative pieces. The most familiar is the 40-minute Stabat mater for soprano, alto, and orchestra, which was the most frequently published composition of the 18th century. This version, featuring soprano Rachel Harnisch and contralto Sara Mingardo, makes a splendid introduction to the work and should be of interest to anyone who loves this poignant music. …
by Stephen Eddins
Vivaldi - Late Concertos for Violin: RV 386, 235, 296, 258, 389, 251 (Giuliano Carmignola, Andrea Marcon) [2002]

Vivaldi - Late Concertos for Violin: RV 386, 235, 296, 258, 389, 251 (Giuliano Carmignola, Andrea Marcon) [2002]
Classical | EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOGs | Scans | Sony | 1cd, 386.58 MB
Catalog Number: SK 87733

It is important to note that these concertos were composed by Vivaldi (1678-1741) late in his career. Do not try to associate any type of chronology to the RV numbering of Vivaldi's works, as this numbering represents a simple cataloguing. You might be wondering, what makes a "late" Vivaldi concerto different from any other Vivaldi concerto…
Vivaldi - Late violin concertos: RV 177,222,273,295,375,191 (Giuliano Carmignola, Andrea Marcon) [2001]

Vivaldi - Late violin concertos: RV 177,222,273,295,375,191 (Giuliano Carmignola, Andrea Marcon) [2001]
Classical | EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOGs | Scans | Sony | 1cd, 368.18 MB
Catalog Number: SK 89362

This premiere recording of six Vivaldi concertos is full of surprises. The works are entirely unknown because, unlike his other compositions, they were written not for publication but for substantial private commissions from wealthy patrons. Dating from his most mature years, they exhibit a style very different from his earlier concertos, which often sound almost mass-produced. Though they are still cast in the customary three movements and are full of the usual sequences, they are more unpredictable, dramatic, and daring; adventurous in form, harmony, and texture; with sudden contrasts of mood, character, and expression. The slow movements are meltingly beautiful, but no two concertos are alike, either in detail or overall effect. Some movements hardly seem to hang together; they appear to consist of collages of motives, punctuated by bursts of virtuosity… –Edith Eisler
Albinoni - 12 Concertos op. 10 (Toso, Carmignola, I Solisti Veneti) (1981)

Albinoni - 12 Concertos op. 10 (Toso, Carmignola, I Solisti Veneti) (1981)
Classical | 2cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Erato 0630-18943-2 | rel: 1998; rec: 1979 | 620Mb

For sheer affability of sentiment, good humour and harmonic warmth this set of concertos beats almost any other that I know. Perhaps there is nothing memorable here, certainly taken as a whole there are fewer song-like melodies than can be found in Albinoni's Opp. 7 and 9, for instance, but from the occasion when I first heard these concertos, about 12 years ago, they have remained firmly in my affection. Albinoni's Op. 10 Concertos, 12 of them, and all for strings, were discovered comparatively recently in Sweden by a Dutch musicologist, I think.
Bach: Brandenburg Concertos - Orchestra Mozart, Giuliano Carmignola, Claudio Abbado (2008) [Blu-ray]

Bach: Brandenburg Concertos - Orchestra Mozart, Giuliano Carmignola, Claudio Abbado (2008) [Blu-ray]
Full BluRay 1:1 | BDMV | 1080i MPEG-4 AVC @ 18001 kbps; 29,970 fps | Aspect ratio: 1.78:1 | Time: 1' 40" | 22.8 GB
Audio 1: DTS-HD Master Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 2173 kbps / 24-bits (DTS Core: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 16-bit)
Genre: Baroque | Live Concert From Teatro Municipale Romolo Valli in Reggio Emilia, Italy, 21 April 2007
Bach J.S. - Brandenburg Concertos (Claudio Abbado, Giuliano Carmignola) [2008]

Bach J.S. - Brandenburg Concertos (Claudio Abbado, Giuliano Carmignola) [2008]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | Covers | 2cd, 486.35 MB
Classical | Label: Deutsche Grammophon | Catalog Number: 00289 477 8908

“Here Claudio Abbado is gambolling among the Brandenburg Concertos in this straightforward TV-style concert film, recorded in the classic 19th-century opera house at Reggio Emilia during an Italian tour in spring 2007. The orchestra is at first glance a curious gathering, mixing 'Baroque' players such as violinist Giuliano Carmignola and harpsichordist Ottavio Dantone with 'modern' names such as trumpeter Reinhold Friedrich and 'un-Baroque' recorder-player Michala Petri. Furthermore, a look round the instruments reveals mostly modern models, some hybrids…” Gramophone Classical Music Guide, 2010