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Vivaldi, Bononcini, Manfredini, Legrenzi, Carcasio - La Follia, Gilbert Petit, Marc Ullrich - Cinq Doubles Concertos Pour Trompettes album

Vivaldi, Bononcini, Manfredini, Legrenzi, Carcasio - La Follia, Gilbert Petit, Marc Ullrich - Cinq Doubles Concertos Pour Trompettes album
Performer: Vivaldi
Title: Cinq Doubles Concertos Pour Trompettes
Country: Italy
Genre: Classical
Style:Baroque
Released: 1976
MP3 album szie: 1228 mb
FLAC album size: 1112 mb

Concerto En Ut Majeur - C Major. Composed By – Antonio Vivaldi.

Vivaldi, Bononcini, Manfredini, Legrenzi, Carcasio - La Follia, Gilbert Petit, Marc Ullrich ‎– Cinq Doubles Concertos Pour Trompettes. Concerto Pour 2 Trompettes Et Orchestre A Cordes.

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Antonio Vivaldi Concerto En Ut Majeur - C Major
Composed By – Antonio Vivaldi
A1 Allegro 2:48
A2 Largo, Allegro Moderato 4:30
Giovanni Maria Bononcini Sinfonia Decima A 7 (Opus III)
Composed By – Giovanni Maria Bononcini
A3 Adagio, Allegro 3:00
A4 Grave, Vivace 3:30
A5 Adagio, Largo, Allegro 3:02
Francesco Manfredini Concerto Pour 2 Trompettes Et Orchestre A Cordes
Composed By – Francesco Manfredini
B1 Allegro 2:42
B2 Largo 2:07
B3 Allegro 2:13
B4 Giovanni Legrenzi Sonata "La Buscha" (Opus VIII)
Composed By – Giovanni Legrenzi
3:50
B5 Giuseppe Carcasio Sonata D'Organo Con Trombe Ed Oboè
Composed By – Giuseppe Carcasio
6:40

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – C.I.D.I.S. Louviers
  • Printed By – Est-Typo-Offset, Vincennes
  • Distributed By – CBS Disques
  • Copyright (c) – Arion
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Arion

Credits

  • Contrabass [Contrebasse] – Alfred Steinauer
  • Engineer [Prise De Son] – Claude Morel
  • Ensemble [Ensemble Instrumental] – La Follia
  • Harpsichord [Clavecin] – Agnès Candau
  • Layout [Maquette] – Jacques Butterfass
  • Liner Notes – Joël-Marie Fauquet
  • Liner Notes [English Translation] – Charles Whitfield
  • Percussion – Roland Fournier
  • Photography By [Photo Recto, Carpaccio, "Lion De Saint-Marc", Venise] – Giraudon*
  • Supervised By [Collection Dirigée Par] – Ariane Ségal
  • Technician [Collaboration Technique] – Monique Vaysse
  • Trumpet [Trompette] – Gilbert Petit, Marc Ullrich
  • Violin – Alain Desnos, Annick David, Daniel Kaiser , Danielle Petit, Jean-Jacques David, Yan Kupsky
  • Violin [Alto] – Jean-Paul Blondeau, Max Lesueur
  • Violin, Soloist [Violon Solo] – Miguel De La Fuente
  • Violoncello [Violoncelle] – Béatrix Vincent, Raluca Popovici

Notes

Gatefold sleeve with an 8-page stapled booklet inside.

Distribution exclusive CBS Disques.

Imp. Est-Typo-Offest - Vincennes.

Ⓒ Ⓟ Arion 1976.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): ARI 38352 A1 CIDIS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): ARI 38352 B CIDIS
  • Price Code (Printed on back cover): K
  • Rights Society (Public Domain): D. P.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ARN 421 Antonio Vivaldi, Giovanni Bononcini, Francesco Manfredini, Giovanni Legrenzi, Giuseppe Carcasio, Gilbert Petit, Marc Ullrich Antonio Vivaldi, Giovanni Bononcini, Francesco Manfredini, Giovanni Legrenzi, Giuseppe Carcasio, Gilbert Petit, Marc Ullrich - Cinque Concerti Per Oboe ‎(LP) Arion ARN 421 Italy 1977