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Vivaldi, Cello Sonata in E minor, op.14, Nș5, RV40

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Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
Cello Sonata in E minor, op.14, Nș5, RV40: Largo/Allegro/Largo/Allegro.
-Ensemble Explorations-
Roel Dieltiens-Cello & direction.
Bart Naessens-Organ & harpsichord.
Jurgen De Bruyn-Theorbe and baroque guitar.
Amat Santacana-Cello continuo.
Love Persson-Contrabass.



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Scientists say that time-travel is impossible, but I have been travelling backwards from Shostakovich for a few weeks now and have visited some interesting and delightful places. Thank you.

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Scientists say that time-travel is impossible, but I have been travelling backwards from Shostakovich for a few weeks now and have visited some interesting and delightful places. Thank you.
How elegantly put, IsaacDavid. I would have loved to have lived in Venice at the time of the Vivaldi 'cello sonata Sonatina posted just above. Well, I would have loved it but for the typhus, diptheria, cholera and general all round pestilence, but good music makes up for many ills...
Thank you too, Sonatina [Don't ask again if she's short and easy like a ... well, a sonatina. You'll cheese her off. Ed.] for posting this very intelligent performance : not too much vibrato (Philidor will be happy), and lovely phrasing.
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I would have loved to have lived in Venice at the time of the Vivaldi 'cello sonata Sonatina posted just above. Well, I would have loved it but for the typhus, diptheria, cholera and general all round pestilence, but good music makes up for many ills...
Not just in the time of Vivaldi, but also the time of Mahler and Thomas Mann.
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Not just in the time of Vivaldi, but also the time of Mahler and Thomas Mann.
... and Bruckner. [You just had to slip that in, didn't you? Ed.]
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Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
Cello Sonata in E minor, op.14, Nș5, RV40: Largo/Allegro/Largo/Allegro.
-Ensemble Explorations-
Roel Dieltiens-Cello & direction.
Bart Naessens-Organ & harpsichord.
Jurgen De Bruyn-Theorbe and baroque guitar.
Amat Santacana-Cello continuo.
Love Persson-Contrabass.



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Thank you Sonatina. I really enjoyed listening.
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