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Fernando De Luca
(b.1961, Rome)

SIX VENETIAN SONATAS
composed in Cagliari, Feb 2011

Queste sonate, dette "le Veneziane", il compositore le ha dedicate
a Michela Toso alias Tosilla Musichea Arcade et nobile Veneziana

Anno 2011-10
Issue 2011-10

This is the fourth page that saladelcembalo.org dedicates to the Baroque Revival in contemporary art music. The composer of these sonatas is member of Vox Saeculorum

SONATA I in re maggiore
Il Redentore

Con pompa - Allegro
Adagio
Giga

SONATA II in sol minore
La Punta della Dogana

Larghetto - Allegro
Siciliano
Presto: Il mostro delle acque nere

SONATA III in si b maggiore
Le rive del Brenta

Sinfonia (Allegro)
Arietta: Il Burchiello
Vivace: Il Labirinto

SONATA IV in re minore
La Salute

Fantasia: Andante - Adagio - Vivace - Grave
Capriccio
Adagio - Presto

SONATA V in fa maggiore
La Bragora

Sinfonia (Allegro)
Arietta (Siciliano)
Menuet
Giga

SONATA VI in la minore
I fantasmi veneziani

Grave: "La nebbia" - Allegro: "L'anima errante"
Aria: "La pace"
Chaconne: "Il ponte del diavolo"

At the live-concert in Smarden Church (Kent, August 2011) F. De Luca has performed some of his new Sonatas

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F. De Luca at the Victoria&Albert Museum in London, during his UK tournée on August 2011

Recorded in Rome, March 2011
German harpsichord, a copy from Christian Vater (1738), built by F. P. Ciocca (2007)
Pitch: A=415Hz / Kirnberger III

Enregistrement & montage numérique: Fernando De Luca, Marco De Gregorio

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