Album · 2017 · 9 Songs. Donizetti: Allegro for Strings in C Major - Rossini: String Sonatas Nos. 1-3. 1999. Rossini: Sonatas for Strings Nos. 4-6. Nocturne: Classical Favourites for Relaxing and Dreaming. 1, 2 and 3. 2016.
Rossini Ensemble, Budapest - Rossini – String Sonatas Nos. 4, 5 And 6. Label: Naxos – . 50622. Recorded at the Festetics Castle in Budapest in October 1991.
Rossini: String Sonatas Nos. 4. 5. & 6. (CD - Naxos Rossini Ensemble, Budapest. blue highlight denotes track pick.
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. Interestingly, although Ricordi received the manuscripts of the complete set of six sonatas, only five of them were published. N. was left out for unknown reasons, and it was Alfredo Casella who rediscovered it, together with the original manuscripts of the other five sonatas, in the Library of Congress in Washington towards the end of 1930s.
Rossini Ensemble, Budapest Ensemble, Andras Kiss Conductor. CD: 1 Tracks: 10 Length: 52:41. Naxos Rel. 1 Dec 2003 Recorded 1991. CD 1. Gioachino Antonio Rossini Composer. String Sonata N. in G Work. Andras Kiss Conductor, Rossini Ensemble, Budapest Ensemble. Ensemble Explorations. Rossini: String Sonatas No., 5, and 6. Andras Kiss. Rossini Ensemble, Budapest.
Sonata a quattro (String Symphony) No. 4 in B flat major.
1, 2 and 3. By Gioachino Rossini, Budapest Rossini Ensemble, Andras Kiss. 1. Sonata for Strings No. 1 in G Major: I. Moderato. 2. 1 in G Major: II.
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Rossini, who composed his sonatas at the age of 12 (!), left out the viola and gave the double bass a more or less conventional bass role – apart from the occasional virtuosic outburst. The sonatas were first published in an arrangement for traditional string quartet and are often heard performed by string orchestras. In Vienna, where he was active as a composer and music publisher, Hoffmeister (1754-1812) chose a different solution than Rossini and gave his double bass player a leading role in the ensemble, letting it replace the first violin.
|Sonata No. 4 In B Flat Major|
|Sonata No. 5 In E Flat Major|
|Sonata No. 6 In D Major|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – HNH International Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – HNH International Ltd.
- Ensemble – Rossini Ensemble, Budapest*
- Leader – András Kiss
NotesRecorded at the Festetics Castle in Budapest in October 1991.
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- Barcode: 4891030506220
- Label Code: LC 9158
- Other (SPARS Code): DDD
- Rights Society: GEMA