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?"For this recording we have created an imaginary 'battle of the bows' between Vivaldi, Veracini, Tartini and Locatelli, the 'four musketeers' of the violin in Venice during the first half of the 18th century", said Chouchane Siranossian and Andrea Marcon. "Corelli died in 1713 and passed the torch on to his heirs... Venice then became the setting for merciless rivalries. The violin became an instrument of confrontation, an ideal weapon for demonstrating virtuosity and technical prowess. The player's ultimate goal was to astonish the listener and to demonstrate his own bravura, to the point that certain narcissistic tendencies of the player were often exaggerated." Chouchane Siranossian, whose virtuosity was described as "diabolical" by the Sunday Times and who "hit the nail on the head" according to Classica on her Tartini recording (Alpha596, Choc), is the ideal interpreter of these high-risk concertos, with the fresh and knowledgeable support of Andrea Marcon and his Venetian ensemble.
?"For this recording we have created an imaginary 'battle of the bows' between Vivaldi, Veracini, Tartini and Locatelli, the 'four musketeers' of the violin in Venice during the first half of the 18th century", said Chouchane Siranossian and Andrea Marcon. "Corelli died in 1713 and passed the torch on to his heirs... Venice then became the setting for merciless rivalries. The violin became an instrument of confrontation, an ideal weapon for demonstrating virtuosity and technical prowess. The player's ultimate goal was to astonish the listener and to demonstrate his own bravura, to the point that certain narcissistic tendencies of the player were often exaggerated." Chouchane Siranossian, whose virtuosity was described as "diabolical" by the Sunday Times and who "hit the nail on the head" according to Classica on her Tartini recording (Alpha596, Choc), is the ideal interpreter of these high-risk concertos, with the fresh and knowledgeable support of Andrea Marcon and his Venetian ensemble.
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Format: CD
Label: ALPHA
Rel. Date: 05/26/2023
UPC: 3760014199356

Duello Darchi A Venezia
Artist: Siranossian / Venice Baroque Orchestra
Format: CD
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?"For this recording we have created an imaginary 'battle of the bows' between Vivaldi, Veracini, Tartini and Locatelli, the 'four musketeers' of the violin in Venice during the first half of the 18th century", said Chouchane Siranossian and Andrea Marcon. "Corelli died in 1713 and passed the torch on to his heirs... Venice then became the setting for merciless rivalries. The violin became an instrument of confrontation, an ideal weapon for demonstrating virtuosity and technical prowess. The player's ultimate goal was to astonish the listener and to demonstrate his own bravura, to the point that certain narcissistic tendencies of the player were often exaggerated." Chouchane Siranossian, whose virtuosity was described as "diabolical" by the Sunday Times and who "hit the nail on the head" according to Classica on her Tartini recording (Alpha596, Choc), is the ideal interpreter of these high-risk concertos, with the fresh and knowledgeable support of Andrea Marcon and his Venetian ensemble.
        
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