Pietro Locatelli, Jed Wentz, Musica ad Rhenum – Locatelli: Flute Sonatas – Complete – Music. Locatelli: 12 Flute Sonatas, Op By Pietro Locatelli, Anthony Pleeth, Stephen Preston, Christopher Hogwood. • 12 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Sonata No.1 . Locatelli: Flute Sonatas, Op. 2. Tactus: TC Buy CD or download online. Il Ruggiero.

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How often and in what capacity Locatelli performed at that court is not known. On 26 Junethe “foreign virtuoso Locatelli” was paid twelve double golden guilder by the elector’s director of music. Archived from the original on 20 December Locatelli’s flute sonatas, like those for violin, make considerable demands on the technique of the soloist.

Preston, himself plays an early eighteenth-century instrument, drawing from it a warm and pleasingly rounded tone. In aristocratic circles he was a recognized, admired and supported virtuoso and composer.

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They were published later in Amsterdam. Retrieved from ” https: Gramophone’s expert reviews easier than ever before. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Pietro Antonio Locatelli. One of these is a Minuet Lpcatelli No. An Englishman who heard him in wrote “he is so afraid of People Learning from him, that He won’t admit a Professed Musician into his Concert”.


It was his only collection specifically for flute though a further set of six sonatas for two violins or two flutes Locwtelli.

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As we might expect, the bulk of Locatelli’s music consists of sonatas and concertos for his own instrument, the violin. Whether you want to see what we think of today’s latest releases or discover what our critics thought of your favourite recordings from the past, you sonataw find it all in our full-searchable Reviews Database.

Gramophone products and those of specially selected partners from the world of music. Twelve flute sonatas by a composer noted more for his virtuosic displays on the violin—Locatelli’s own instrument—than for musical substance might, on the face of it seem too much of not such a good thing.

Skip to main content. He did not compose so much as previously, but gave violin lessons to amateurs and edited his opp. The enduring merit of Locatelli’s Op. Locatelli, a younger Italian contemporary of Vivaldi, settled in Amsterdam during the fltue s. In his early youth he was the third violinist and held the title of virtuoso in the cappella musicale musical establishment of the church of Santa Maria Maggiore in Bergamo.

Among the large quantity of printed and unbound sheet music there are the collected works of Corelli. All these things, as well as his instruments and much more, were auctioned in August The Flute Sonatas, Op.


Locatelli obtained a privilege which protected Opp. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.

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Perhaps the flute is balanced just a shade too closely but it is a small matter and one of personal preference. Sonata in D, 1st movement. Gramophone products and those of specially selected partners from the world of music. An exception was Op. A lpcatelli with over a thousand documents shows Locatelli’s interest in literature and science. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The aristocratic listeners may have preferred Johann Gottlieb Graun ‘s violin playing to Locatelli’s.

He gives affectionate accounts of the four sonatas included in his soantas and is alertly supported by an excellent continuo team, Ton Koopman locatepli Richte van der Meer. This page was last edited on 24 Novemberat The maestro di cappellaFrancesco Ballarottimay have taught him composition.

Problems playing this file? Like Vivaldi he was a renowned violin virtuoso—one of his contemporaries claimed that the expressiveness of his playing would make a canary fall from its perch in ecstasies of pleasure—though as a composer he lacked Vivaldi’s innovative flair.