Contents: Sonata XIII in Fa minore -- Sonata XIV in Sol minore -- Sonata XV in Fa maggiore -- Sonata XVI in Mi maggiore -- Sonata XVII in S bemol maggiore -- Sonata XVIII in Re minore -- Sonata XIX in La maggiore -- Sonata XX in Si bemol maggiore -- Sonata XXI in Sol minore -- Sonata XXII in Do…
In one movement. With editor's notes. This music comes from a cantata composed in Venice, 1775. The sinfonia is scored for 2 flutes, 2 oboes, bassoon, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, strings, continuo and timpani. This edition is based on a manuscript held in the Biblioteca Nazionale, Venice.
A complete thematic catalog of the instrumental works of the 18th century Italian composer Galuppi. With an introduction, bibliography and indices.
A set of six trio sonatas by Galuppi. Performed by Academia Vivaldiana di Venezia.
Four discs of sonatas from various periods of Galuppi's fine career.
Chezzi performs the first published work by the 18th century composer Galuppi.
Two discs of organ music by the 18th century composer Galuppi.
Marcon performs music by Rossi, Storace, Pasquini, Scarlatti, Pescetti, Galuppi, Paganelli, Valeri, and Bergamo.
Edited by Federica Iannella and Giuliana Maccaroni. This volume contains thirty-one keyboard sonatas by Galuppi. With an introduction and critical notes in Italian. The sonatas in this volume were not published in Galuppi's lifetime, and survive in various manuscripts.
Edited by Gabriella Ravazzi. With English and German text. Contains arias by Cimarosa, Donizetti, Galuppi, Mascagni, Menotti, Mozart. With preface.
The ensemble Musica Alta Ripa performs concertos and chamber music by Vivaldi, Galuppi, Boccherini, Mancini, Locatelli, and Sammartini.
Edited by Wolfram Hader. This is the first publication of Galuppi's one-movement motet, composed in 1746 in Dresden. With a foreword in German.
This opera by Galuppi was composed to a libretto by Carlo Goldoni, in 1749. This edition of the comic opera includes two introductory essays in Italian, and a printing of the libretto.
A collection of six sonatas by Galuppi. With Abramo Raule, violin; Alessandro Peiretti, cello; and Rita Peiretti, harpsichord. World premiere recordings.
The sonatas in this volume have been selected from various printed editions published during Galuppi's lifetime. With a preface in German, English and French.
For young singers. Edited by Gabriella Ravazzi, with English and German text. Contains arias from operas by Cimarosa, Galuppi, Mozart, Paisiello, Ponchielli.
For young singers. Edited by Gabriella Ravazzi, with English and German text. Contains arias from operas by Bellini, Donizetti, Galuppi, Paisiello and Petrella.
Contains arias by: Donizetti, Galuppi, Mascagni, Mozart, Paisiello, Rossini. For the first years of study. Edited by Gabriella Ravazzi. With preface.
Edited by Gabriella Ravazzi. Includes arias by Cimarosa, Paisiello, Galuppi, Puccini, and Rota. With a preface. A gradual collection for the first years of canto studies.
Harmonia Sacra performs Russian Orthodox choral works from Catherine the Great to Nicholas II. Includes music by Bortnyansky, Sarti, Galuppi, Glinka, Lvov, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, and others.
Composers include Scarlatti, Beethoven, Galuppi, C.P.E. Bach, and others. Performers include Christine Schornsheim, Walter Heinz Bernstein, Winfried Schrammek, Roland Götz, and Armin Thalheim.