Respighi: Complete Works for Violin and Piano vol. 2: Nine Arrangements of Italian Baroque Violin Sonatas nos.1–6


Respighi was both a teenage prodigy, revealing flair in every sphere, and – with Malipiero, Casella and others – influential in the rediscovery of early Italian music that had languished neglected for years, such as Frescobaldi and Vivaldi.Vivaldi features here, though not as the most memorable item. Ilona Then-Bergh and ...

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