COV 91705

Brescianello worked as Kapellmeister at the Württemberg court in Stuttgart. His concerti a tre are actually triosonates for two violins and basso continuo. With this charming chamber music Brescianello finds his own style, which is characterized by sonorous slow phrases and joy in virtuosity. The highly praised ensemble Der musikalische Garten recorded the first six of the 12 concerti a tre.

Giuseppe Antonio Brescianello (1690-1758)
Concerto Primo, in B flat major
1. I Adagio 2:47
2. II Allegro 2:55
3. III Adagio 3:17
4. IV Allegro 4:37
Concerto Secondo, in G major
5. I Largo 1:52
6. II Allegro 3:22
7. III Adagio 1:55
8. IV Allegro 2:12
Concerto Terzo, in G minor
9. I Largo – Allegro. Presto – Adagio – Allegro – Adagio 3:23
10. II Allegro 3:03
11. III Adagio 2:54
12. IV Presto 2:21
Concerto Quarto, in E flat major
13. I Grave – Presto – Adagio – Presto – Adagio 1:53
14. II Fuga 3:09
15. III Adagio 2:24
16. IV Presto 2:35
Concerto Quinto, in A major
17. I Adagio 3:08
18. II Allegro 1:55
19. III Adagio Cantabile 3:36
20. IV Allegro 2:01
Concerto Sesto, in B minor
21. I Largo 3:25
22. II Allegro 2:58
23. III Adagio 2:44
24. IV Presto 3:03
Total time: 1:07:27
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